Photo: 10 Kari Kasun and 7 Lexi Wasil attempt to block a kill attempt by 12 Anna Daines. An interesting twist to start this year’s Division 4 state playoffs, matching up rivals Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain. The Bears who beat Flagstaff twice in the regular season, winning the Grand Canyon Region undefeated at (12-0), still
Photo: The Prescott High School Badminton team on Senior Night. (Courtesy) Badminton The Badgers completed their perfect regular season with an 8-1 win over the Desert Edge Scorpions. It also makes Prescott back to back Division II Northwest Region champions. The top seeded Badgers will now host #16 Millennium in the first round of the
Photo: Nicole Raiss Badminton Prescott made it 13 straight with a 9-0 sweep on the road over the Peoria Panthers. The Badgers remain on top of the AIA Division II rankings, while the Panthers fall to (2-10). Only #2 Campo Verde at (9-0), and #1 Prescott (13-0) remain perfect on the season in Division II.
Photo: 13 Payton Johnson hits the ball past two Bradshaw Mountain defenders. Volleyball The Bradshaw Mountain Bears beat the Prescott Badgers 3-1, for the season sweep, in an unusual evening in the Badger Dome, at Prescott High School. The Bears took the first two games, but the Badgers were responding in the third, as each
Photo: 24 Cody Leopold carries the ball, led by 34 Ethan Ammerman blocking on 17 Christian Roman of Blue Ridge. Football After four straight weeks of falling behind early and coming back to win, the Prescott Badgers were unable to make it five, suffering a tough 15-13 home loss to the Blue Ridge Yellow Jackets.
Photo: Elle Long in her match yesterday Badminton The Badgers made it a perfect (9-0) on the season with a 9-0 sweep over the visiting Saguaro Sabercats. Prescott remains on top of the latest Division II rankings, followed by #2 Campo Verde (7-0) and #3 Ironwood (8-0), and are the only undefeated teams left in