Bradshaw Mountain’s baseball team won’t have any senior superstars to lean on in 2018 like it did with the likes of catcher Gunner Bundrick and pitcher Noah Barros last spring.
A 2017 season marred by injuries long forgotten, Bradshaw Mountain’s softball team on Wednesday begins its 2018 campaign healthy and armed with optimism.
College Women's Basketball
Losing back-to-back Cal-Pac Conference games for the first time all season after a 59-55 setback at Antelope Valley on Thursday night, the No. 24-ranked Embry-Riddle women’s basketball team won’t carry the No. 1 seed into next week’s league tournament.
Prep Girls Basketball: Conference Play-In Round
The Bradshaw Mountain girls’ basketball team trailed Saguaro by 11 points through three quarters of their 4A conference play-in round game before mounting a furious comeback that ultimately fell short at the free-throw line in a 48-43 loss Thursday night.
Prep Wrestling: State Tournament
Bradshaw Mountain wrestlers Parker Hines and Daniel Medevielle struggled against fierce competition in the first round of the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) Division II state tournament on Thursday. And, so, the question inevitably became: Could they find a way to stay alive in the consolations and forge medal runs?
Prep Wrestling: State Preview
Prescott Valley Event Center will be rocking today through Saturday when the arena plays host to the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) annual Division I, II, III and IV state wrestling tournaments.
Junior College Softball
Yavapai College’s softball team won its fifth straight game by shutout, sweeping winless Paradise Valley Community College, 13-0 and 8-0, Tuesday afternoon in Phoenix to improve its record to 10-3 overall and 4-0 in the ACCAC.
Although the Embry-Riddle women’s basketball team won’t host the Cal-Pac Conference Tournament, the Eagles moved closer to possibly clinching the No. 1 seed after upsetting three-time defending league champion UC-Merced, 64-60, for sole possession of first place in the standings.
Prep Girls Basketball
Two-time defending state champion Seton Catholic continued to prove why it deserves 4A’s No. 1 ranking in girls’ basketball Friday night in Chandler, routing No. 15 Bradshaw Mountain, 80-20, as the Bears begin winding down their regular season.
Heading into this week, the Embry-Riddle men’s basketball squad’s season-long five-game losing streak in the Cal-Pac Conference left the Eagles alone in last place in the eight-team league. On Thursday night, reeling ERAU failed to nip its misery in the bud at the Activity Center in Prescott.