It’s never easy to lose, but it’s even more difficult to experience a blowout loss on your home field. The Kingman High School football team dealt with that Friday night in an 84-14 setback to No. 8 ranked Wickenburg.
All seasons must come to an end, but that doesn’t take away from the emotions of seniors stepping on their home floor for the final time in front of family and friends.
Lamar Jackson may only be a freshman on the Kingman High School football team, but head coach Cam Wierson already has high praise of the “smooth operator.”
The Lee Williams and Kingman high school swim teams continued their season Tuesday against Cibola High School at Centennial Pool.
This time of the season usually shows how much heart a team has, especially if its state playoffs chances are slim.
All it takes is a quick glance at last week’s final score and the Kingman Academy High School football team knows what it is up against on the road Friday night.
The City of Kingman Adult Volleyball League had played its games at White Cliffs Middle School, but had to relocate to Kingman Middle School after water damage from Hurricane Rosa.
Paige Lucero capped her regular season career Saturday with another great finish.
The Kingman Academy High School volleyball team had yet to lose a match in the 3A West Region entering an anticipated contest with No. 2 Northwest Christian.
Homecoming is supposed to be a time of good cheer and celebration, but that wasn’t the case Friday night for the Kingman Academy High School football team.