There is no question about it, this is the best Lee Williams High School volleyball team in program history.
The Lee Williams High School football team knew Friday night would be one of the toughest tests of the season.
Any squad, no matter the sport, enjoys the opportunity to go on the road and beat an undefeated team.
There is no question about it, the Kingman High School football team has a tough task at hand Friday night.
It was another successful outing for the Lee Williams High School cross country team as the Vols and Lady Vols each finished second Wednesday at Running the River.
It is never easy when a squad is missing two key athletes for an important region contest.
No athlete wants to see his or her season end early, especially when they are a senior.
Sometimes when you are missing athletes, the results are negative.
When a squad is trailing at halftime, there is almost always a motivational speech to fire up the athletes for the second half.
Sometimes it is just not your night no matter how much effort you put forth on the field.
The Lee Williams High School football team has already passed the midpoint of the season and that’s usually when a squad is playing at its best.
It is not too surprising to see athletes upset and hanging their heads following a blowout loss at home.
The No. 29 ranked Tigers have battled low numbers all season and that struck again as they had to cancel Friday's 7 p.m. Homecoming contest.
The true test of any team is how it responds to adversity – the great squads find a way to persevere, while others fold under pressure.
The victory was Kingman’s second in its past four matches and moved Kingman to third in the 3A West Region standings.
It was business as usual Monday night for the Kingman Academy High School volleyball team.
To rephrase a famous Mark Twain quote, “It’s not the size of the tiger in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the tiger.”
The turnover bug struck again Friday night and it proved costly as the Kingman High School football team suffered a 49-14 loss to River Valley at KHS.
A season is usually filled with ups and downs, but the true test of a squad is how it responds after getting knocked down.
It is no secret that the Kingman High School football team is in a state of rebuild under the direction of first-year head coach Russ Stryker.
The Lee Williams High School cross country team only had 11 runners due to illness and fall break, but that didn’t stop the Vols and Lady Vols.
The Colorado River Invitational this past weekend didn’t count toward the regular season, but two familiar volleyball squads met in the championship – Kingman and Kingman Academy.
Devin Booker is entering his fifth season with the Phoenix Suns, but he has yet to make the playoffs.
The Lee Williams High School football team waited five long years for this day to arrive and it finally did Friday night.
If the start of the game was any indication, it appeared the Kingman Academy High School football team would be in a back-and-forth battle with Bourgade Catholic.
It took less than four minutes for the Lee Williams High School football team to score 20 unanswered points on the road last week.
It is never easy for a squad to practice when there are not enough athletes for 11-on-11 drills.
A lot has changed for the Kingman High School football team.
It’s roping time
At a time when the nation is becoming more and more divided, it is important for small towns to find a common bond to rally around and support.
The Lee Williams High School girls golf team couldn’t beat Prescott Tuesday, but Paige Booth finished first with a 6-over 42 at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course.
It is all about improvement in the sport of cross country.
It is no secret that the Kingman High School football team enjoys running the ball.
Charlie Anderson single-handily made sure the Kingman Academy High School football team notched its first win of the season.
It was no secret that both volleyball teams needed to walk away with a win Thursday night.
Kingman’s work in progress continues at 7 p.m. Friday when American Leadership Academy – Ironwood comes to town.
It is not often a squad gets two bye weeks in one season, but sometimes the extra time off can help.
The Kingman Academy High School football team knows there will be a disadvantage in game experience when it takes the field Friday night against Coronado.
A fast start is important in any sport, but it is even more helpful in volleyball because a few points can quickly give a squad all the momentum it needs for victory.
Beauen Bratley made his impact known during the 2019 Northwest Arizona Invitational at Centennial Pool.
Many coaches could nitpick and point out the small mistakes following a tough loss, but that usually won’t help the team get any better.
A season ago the Kingman High School football team traveled to Valley Lutheran and picked up a convincing win to open the season at 3-0.
All three area high schools were ready to run in the first local meet of the season Wednesday at Lee Williams High School.
The football players who take the field each Friday night may focus a majority of their time on the sport they love, but that is not the No. 1 priority.
It is not very often a home opener is also your first region contest.
It may have been close, but the Lee Williams High School football team took care of business Friday night with a 12-0 victory against River Valley at the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse in Bullhead City.
A solid rushing attack is never easy to stop, but that job gets even more difficult when more than one running back finds success.
A dominating performance in the opening set of a match usually forecasts a quick and easy sweep.
It is never easy to watch a lead slip away, but it is even tougher when it is against a rival.
Friday afternoon football?
The Kingman High School boys golf team had four Bulldogs finish in the top 10 individually Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough for first place.