Photo: 2 Ella Bleu Edwards and 10 Kari Kasun go up against 18 Brook Hunter of Lee Williams. Volleyball The Badgers improved to (5-3) on the season with a tough hard fought 3-1 win over the Lee Williams Volunteers. The Badger Dome was rocking as the two teams put on show in a nip and
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Photo: 4 Ruben Solano gets tackled by a pair of Cobras Prescott at Washington Despite missing their head the coach, the Prescott Badgers beat the Washington Rams 56-18 in Phoenix last night. Coach Collett suffered a heart attack and will be out, till he and his doctors feel it is the right time for his
Photo:10 Kari Kasun Volleyball The Badgers returned home to the friendly confines of the Badger Dome, and swept the visiting Mohave Thunderbirds 3-0. The Badgers took the first two games rather easily, but in the third, the Thunderbirds came out and built a 16-11 lead. Prescott rallied down the stretch to finish the T-birds off,
Photo: Lauren Farley Badminton The streak continues as the Badgers improved to (4-0) on the young season, with a 9-0 sweep over the Shadow Mountain Matadors, at Prescott High School yesterday afternoon. It was the first region match for the Badgers (1-0), and they passed, completely dominating the visiting Matadors. Shadow Mountain falls to (2-2)
Photo:1 Kelsey Cluff hits the ball past 10 Addison Baron and 12 Anna Daines The first volleyball match of the season between the two local rivals, the Bradshaw Mountain Bears and the Prescott Badgers, went to the Bears 3-0, in a match that took about an hour to decide. The crowd, along with the Bradshaw
Photo: 24 Cody Leopold scored two touchdowns, along with 13 tackles in the win Varsity Football The Badgers opened up the season with a good road win over the Glendale Cardinals. It was a hot evening (around the triple digit) to start the season, but it did not seem to bother “The Mile High Boys”.