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: 21 Jack Mason attempts to tackle 28 Amos Slokan as 23 Cian McKelvey comes up to help The Prescott Badgers had to overcome a crazy first half to beat the Camelback Spartans 30-20 on Bill Shepard Field. At one point, the officials laundry was visible so much that it became confusing to almost everyone,
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: 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