Austin Dias had never returned a punt in his life.
Football season is finally here and Kingman High School is the first squad in town to lace up its cleats with a 7 p.m. contest at home today against Joy Christian.
It’s been a jam-packed week of bumping, setting and spiking for volleyball players at area high schools.
Many Kingman residents may not know it, but Cerbat Lanes hosts a youth bowling league and 23 of those bowlers went to the 51st Annual Youth State Tournament in Tucson in late April and early May.
Tennil Reed spent four days pushing herself to the limit during rigorous workouts at the CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin.
Tennil Reed entered the 2017 CrossFit Games determined to win it all.
The Lee Williams High School volleyball team has yet to officially start practice, but it doesn’t have to worry about a lack of players when the Lady Volunteers hold tryouts Monday.
Six. That’s the number of different coaches to lead the Kingman High School football team in the last 13 seasons.
A pair of Lee Williams High School freshmen are looking to make the roster of the U.S. Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program’s 15U Nevada team.
Tennil Reed has spent almost four and a half years training to get to this point.