Photo: Megan Townsend The Prescott Badgers opened up their 2021 season with a clean sweep of Thunderbird, 9-0 yesterday at Prescott High School. “This was a solid first match of the season, but plenty to improve on as we move forward. We hope to see you at a match to cheer on these young ladies,”
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The twin communities of Eagar and Springerville, with a combined population of about 7,000, lie in Arizona’s Round Valley. The towns are nestled in the picturesque White Mountains, but Eagar has a man-made edifice that catches the eye almost as easily: a geodesic dome over 100 feet tall and 400 feet in diameter, looming on
Photo: 18 Kennedy Carr Varsity Softball Prescott suffered their second consecutive loss Saturday morning, only this time it was a season ending loss with a first round playoff setback to the visiting Poston Butte Broncos 12-2. The Broncos showed up from the San Tan Valley with a purpose and it showed from the very beginning.
Photo: Kent Winslow coaching at third Varsity Baseball In a completely different game from yesterday, pitching was supreme for both squads, but it was Mingus that prevailed in an old-fashioned pitchers duel 1-0. “You don’t see a lot of teams lose and pitch a no-hitter,” said Badger coach Kent Winslow. “We had some opportunities, had
Photo: 20 Luke McCauslin dives for a ball in centerfield Varsity Baseball The Badgers closed out their home part of the schedule with a wild 13-11 extra inning loss to the Mingus Marauders. The game played out to a recent familiar scenario, something that sports betting fans are sure to appreciate, with the Badgers falling behind, taking
Photo: 22 Leigha Walker slides into third ahead of the tag by Marissa Vocca of Mingus RJ Parra smacked a bases clearing triple to conclude a four run seventh inning rally and a thrilling 8-7 win over the #4 Mingus Marauders, on Senior Day at Prescott High School. The win will surely help the Badgers