NORTHERN ARIZONA SUNS
The Northern Arizona Suns completed a stretch in which they played three games in four days by beating the Iowa Energy and picking up their seventh consecutive win on Saturday night in front of 1,343 people at the Prescott Valley Event Center. The win didn’t come easy as the team ended up losing a 20-point advantage in the fourth quarter and had to fight for the 113-107 victory. NAZ Suns conclude a five game home-stand on Wednesday against the Santa Cruz Warriors at the Prescott Valley Event Center. Tip-off is 6:30pm
The Prescott High School Men’s Basketball team fell on the road to the Mingus Marauders on Friday 74-51. The team suffers only its second loss of the season and still have a record of 7-2.
Team is back on the home court Wednesday night against Peoria. Tip-off is 7pm.
Heather Sands picked up 11 points with five steals and five rebounds while Abby Chartier and Molly Courtright each picked up six points but it wasn’t enough as the Prescott Badgers Women’s basketball team lost to Mingus on Friday night 42-33 in Cottonwood. The team looks to rebound from the loss ON THE ROAD tonight against Flagstaff. Tip-off is 5:30pm.
The Prescott Badgers Men’s soccer team lost to Cortez in Phoenix on Thursday night 3-0. Team is back home for a matchup against the Cactus Cobras on Tuesday at 5pm.
The Prescott Badgers Women’s Soccer team picked up their second win in a row by an impressive 11-0 score against Cortez. The team has outscored their opponent 17-1 in the last two wins. Badgers look to keep it rolling against Cactus in Glendale on Tuesday at 6pm.
BRADSHAW MOUNTAIN BEARS
The Bradshaw Mountain Bears Men’s Basketball team lost on the road to Page on Saturday 60-24. The loss drops the team to 0-10 as they look to pick up their first win of season against Lee Williams on the road Monday at 7pm.
The Bradshaw Mountain Bears Women’s Basketball team picked up their second win in a row, beating Cortez at home 66-17. Bears look to keep it rolling against Lee Williams in Kingman tonight with a 5:30pm tipoff.
The Bradshaw Mountain Bears Men’s Soccer team fell to Saguaro on Thursday 4-3. The loss drops the team to 1-2 on the young year. Bears travel to Gilbert for a game against Higley on Tuesday at 6pm
The Bradshaw Mountain Bears Women’s Soccer game against Saguaro ended in a tie on Thursday night in Scottsdale. Bears hit the field for a matchup against Higley on Tuesday in Gilbert.
The Bradshaw Mountain Bears Wrestling team came in second place of a 16 team meet which featured 6 finalists and 9 medal winners. Meanwhile, Jacob Kidd remained undefeated on the season at 25-0.
CHINO VALLEY COUGARS
The Chino Valley Cougars Men’s Basketball team fell to Seligman by a close 44-41 score. The team has lost two straight games and now sit at 2-3 on the year. Cougars look to respond on the road against Camp Verde on Tuesday at 7pm.
The Chino Valley Women’s Basketball team picked up the win against Seligman 31-14 on Saturday. The win marks their third in a row as they look to keep it going on the road against Camp Verde on Tuesday at 5:30pm.
The Arizona Cardinals playoff hopes were all but washed away in the rain as the team fell to the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium 26-23 on Sunday. The Cardinals heads back home for a matchup with Drew Brees and the Saints next Sunday at 2:05 pm in Glendale.
The Phoenix Suns lost a heart-breaking game on Sunday 120-119 in overtime at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix. The loss drops the team to 7-17 overall on the season. Suns back on the court Tuesday against the New York Knicks in Phoenix. Tip-off is 7:00pm.
The Arizona Coyotes snapped a six game losing streak on Saturday beating the Nashville Predators 4-1 in Glendale. The team moves to 9-13-5 on the year, good for 7th in the Pacific Division. Coyotes are back on the ice tonight against the Pittsburgh Penguins at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. Game time is 5pm.
This week the Arizona Diamondbacks announced they signed veteran reliever Fernando Rodney to a one-year deal 2.75-million-dollar deal while incentives could increase that amount to 5 million. The 39-year-old right hander from the Dominican Republic spent last year with the San Diego Padres where he thrived to sparkling 0.31 ERA in 28 games but struggled after being traded to the Miami Marlins as in 39 games with the team, his ERA rose was 5.89 in 39. Rodney has a career 3.69 ERA and has picked up 261 saves in his 14–year MLB career.