The Lee Williams High School boys basketball team’s season may have ended in the 4A Conference Play-In Tournament, but it can take some solace in the fact Kade Juelfs was recognized by the region in two of the four top categories.
Not all athletes accomplish the goal of a state championship, but Jimmy Wayman can now say he belongs in the elite group after the Lee Williams High School senior took first place Saturday at the Division III State Championship in Prescott Valley.
Jimmy Wayman gave Lee Williams High School its second state champion in four years as the senior won a title Saturday at 145 pounds.
Not many squads find a way to dig out of a 17-point halftime deficit.
The Lee Williams High School girls soccer team was in a good position Thursday as no one had scored entering the second half of its 4A Conference Play-In match.
Coaches usually have a variety of topics to discuss following a season, but there are no guarantees that those talks will result in positive change.
Lee Williams travels to Desert Edge for play-in game Friday
It was a moment Jace Brooks will likely remember for the rest of his life.
All the Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team needed to do Tuesday was knock off Chino Valley to give itself a chance to make the 3A Conference Play-In Tournament.
Every senior class is special in its own way, but sometimes one group stands out more than others.
If it wasn’t for a canceled match in Yuma, the Lee Williams High School girls soccer team would likely be hosting a 4A Conference Play-In match for the first time in program history.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team gave itself a shot to make the playoffs Monday with a 36-22 win over River Valley in a makeup game orginally scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 4.
The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team continued its hot streak Friday with a 50-30 victory over Mohave to push its winning streak to three games.
It’s not uncommon for the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team to go with a starting lineup featuring Connor Alleman, Wyatt Hall, Ryan Hurley and Mike Mayo.
Sometimes all it takes is a few made baskets and a squad has the confidence to carry it to victory.
The Lee Williams High School wrestling team hit the mats Wednesday for a four-team dual meet, but that wasn’t nearly as important as what happened a few days earlier in River Valley.
The Kingman Academy girls basketball team entered Tuesday in second place in the 3A West Region, but ended the night in fourth following a 51-30 loss to Wickenburg.
A squad can play well early in the game and take a commanding lead, but that doesn’t always guarantee a win.
Nick Feher may not have grown up or spent a lot of his life in Kingman, but it was still home.
It didn’t show on the scoreboard, but the Lee Williams High School girls soccer team held its own Thursday in a 6-0 loss to No. 1 ranked Prescott at LWHS.
Losing streaks are never fun, but sometimes going back to the basics is all it takes to get back on track.
It’s crazy how much can change in a little over a month.
A loss is never an easy pill to swallow, but it’s even more difficult when a squad feels it was on the brink of victory.
A squad faces a number of tests during a season, but one of the toughest is recovering from the first loss of the season.
It was a tough Friday at home for the Kingman High School girls soccer team as it couldn’t find the back of the net in an 11-0 loss to 15th-ranked Yuma Catholic.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team knows its success depends on how well it plays defense.
Not many squads find a way to rally from a 10-point deficit, especially in the second half.
As the old saying goes, ‘defense wins championships,’ but a squad still needs the offense to contribute in order to tally victories.
It’s difficult to go on the road this late in the season, especially in a very competitive 4A Grand Canyon Region.
Any squad would want to be at full strength when the No. 5 ranked team in the 4A Conference comes to town for an important region opener.
No lead is safe in a crosstown rivalry game as a squad can find a second-half surge and inch within striking distance.
The Kingman and Kingman Academy high school boys basketball teams are quite familiar with each other, dating back to their first meeting in 2013.
Christian Marzo isn’t nearly as experienced as his Lee Williams High School wrestling teammates, but that hasn’t stopped him from finding success.
It was the closest game of the season, but the Lee Williams High School girls soccer team knocked off Lake Havasu 3-2 Tuesday.
The Lee Williams High School boys basketball team knows this is the make-or-break point of the season.
Not all squads are made for crunch time. Some stay calm and collected, while others fold under pressure.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association released its first girls and boys soccer rankings Tuesday as the 2019-20 season winds to its conclusion.
It was a tale of two halves Monday as the Lee Williams High School boys soccer team overpowered crosstown rival Kingman High in a 10-3 victory at LWHS.
The season is far from over, but the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team can compete with anyone in the 4A Conference.
There’s no guarantee that a squad’s second unit will score points off the bench.
It’s not often a player single-handedly goes on a 12-0 run and it’s even rarer when the athlete is wearing No. 12 on her uniform.
Not many squads find a way to regain momentum after falling into a 36-0 hole, but don’t tell that to the Lee Williams High School wrestling team.
The Kingman High School boys soccer team proved no deficit is too large as it rallied Tuesday for a 3-2 win at Paradise Honors.
A one-point loss is never an easy pill to swallow, especially when a squad looks to be in control late in the fourth quarter.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association revealed its first girls and boys basketball rankings Tuesday as the second half of the 2019-20 season gets underway.
It’s no secret that the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team is focused on its defense.
Steady progression throughout a game can sometimes be too much for an opponent to overcome.
It’s never easy to lose back-to-back games, especially in tournament play.
From wrestling in Japan to a 3A West Region basketball title to state tournament berths, there was plenty to write about in Kingman.
There are no guarantees as to what the rest of the season holds, but one thing is for sure – the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team will lean on its defense.
The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team tried to stop that from happening Friday, but Flagstaff found its groove and dealt the Lady Vols a 56-33 loss.