In the inaugural Olympic skateboarding competition, Arizona will have two representatives: Jagger Eaton and Alana Smith.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are underway. The opening ceremonies kicked off at 4 a.m. (MST) Friday, signifying the official start of the much delayed, much-anticipated event.
At 44, Abdihakim ‘Abdi’ Abdirahman has defied all odds to become the oldest U.S. runner ever to make an Olympic team. He will compete in the marathon at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo thanks to minor tweaks to his training regimen and a honed awareness of his body’s needs.
Two Arizona Runners Go the Distance, from Altitude Training in Flagstaff to Representing U.S. in Tokyo
During a heatwave in Oregon, two runners who are used to scorching temperatures secured their spots in the Olympics.
Not only did the Yavapai College athletic teams achieve high success on the playing surface in 2020-21, they were also high achievers in the classroom. On Thursday, the NJCAA released the NJCAA All-Academic Teams and the NJCAA Academic Teams of the Year. All of the Roughrider teams were named to the Academic Teams of the Year list in the respective […]
No one would have guessed the Suns had just lost Game 3 of the NBA Finals with the many fans rooting inside and outside Phoenix Suns Arena Sunday. Ernesto Gastelum was loudly chanting, “Suns in five, Suns in five” while enjoying a piggyback ride from a family member outside the main entrance, and then followed with another mantra: “We bend, […]
Chris Paul added to his impressive legacy after Game 1 of the NBA Finals by joining the elite company of Michael Jordan. And the hungry-for-a-championship fan base in Phoenix was thrilled to see it.
Cameron Payne made his NBA Finals debut Tuesday after a long road back to the spotlight, via the Chinese Basketball Association and the NBA G League. The Phoenix Suns’ backup point guard announced his presence in Game 1 with several well-timed shots to extend the Suns’ lead, including a key 31-foot 3-pointer in the fourth quarter. Payne’s success in the […]
In June, The Arizona Republic announced their list of the All-Arizona girls tennis team player of the year finalists naming 12 female tennis players. Among those, was Prescott resident, Ava Andrews. Ava, a junior at Prescott High School, came in as #4 seed in the State Tournament during the 2021 season and also made it to the State quarterfinals. She […]
Attention Bradshaw Mountain High Athletes. Family Medical Clinic is giving free sports physicals! No appointment needed! The physicals are set to take place on Friday, July 16 from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm and Saturday, July 17th from 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Family Medical Clinic is located at 3625 Crossings Drive, Ste. B, Prescott, AZ 86305. For any questions, please call 928-277-0875. Is […]
For his efforts in the 2021 Spring Soccer season, Roughrider forward Tucker Fenton was named to the NJCAA Division I First Team All-American. He becomes the 43rd player in Roughrider soccer history to be named an NJCAA All-American.
Three members of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Ariz.) women’s soccer team earned recognition for their work in the classroom when the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) when the organization released the 2020-21 Academic All-District team.
A pair of student-athletes from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Ariz.) men’s soccer team were honored for their academic achievement by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) when the organization released the 2020-21 Academic All-District team. Simon Jensen and Lucas Garcia were the Eagles named to the honor.
The Cardinals added to depth on the defensive line Monday by bringing back a familiar face in Xavier Williams.
To make room, the Cards cut linebacker Shareef Miller.
Williams signed a one-year deal.
Prescott High School Athletic Department is proud to host their annual Sports Physical Day for any returning or future athletes! The Sports Physicals are scheduled for June 26th from 8:00 am to 11:00 am at Vitality Care Center, 1003 Division St. Suite 8, Prescott (behind the baseball field on Division St.).
2014 WNBA Champion, two-time Defensive Player of the Year, and two-time WNBA scoring leader Brittney Griner was named the Western Conference Player of the Week, as announced by the league office today. It’s the ninth career honor for Griner, the second-most by a Mercury player in franchise history (Diana Taurasi, 20).
The Cardinals have finalized the dates and times for their preseason slate. The first exhibition contest will be against the Cowboys on Friday, Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. at State Farm Stadium.
The Roughrider softball team, aka, Cardiac Kids, used some last-minute heroics in two victories Thursday afternoon to advance to the Final Four of the NJCAA Division I National Softball Tournament. YC beat Wallace State Community College in the first game of the day, 9-7, and shocked Butler Community College in the nightcap, 5-4.
The Roughrider softball team bounced back with a shutout victory Wednesday afternoon over Trinity Valley Community College, TX, 5-0.
The Roughrider softball team fell short in the opening game of the 2021 NJCAA Division I National Tournament. YC fell to Three Rivers Community College, MO, 7-4.
The three-time WNBA champion Phoenix Mercury today announced its final roster for the 2021 WNBA season.
The 2021 Soccer season came to an end on Saturday afternoon in Salt Lake City. The Roughriders fell to Salt Lake Community College, 2-1. Salt Lake advances to the NJCAA National Tournament. The Roughriders fell behind early when the Bruins scored at the 4:47 mark. 15 minutes later Salt Lake scored another goal. The score was 2-0 at halftime. YC […]
The Roughrider baseball won their first game of the NJCAA Division I West District Playoffs Thursday afternoon in high wind conditions. YC beat College of Southern Nevada 16-13 in a game that featured 29 hits including 6 home runs. The Roughriders are now 6-1 in the postseason.
Canyon View Prep, a charter school in Prescott Valley, recently celebrated the win of their golf team. In the recent Charter Division State Tournament, the team took first place in their charter division.
The Phoenix Suns will know soon. With their 123-121 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday afternoon, they finished the 2020-21 regular season with a 51-21 record and will be the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.
The Roughrider baseball team beat Central Arizona College in Casa Grande Saturday afternoon to win the NJCAA Region I Division I Championship and the Roughrider men’s soccer team beat Arizona Western College Saturday night for the NJCAA Region I Division I Title. The Roughrider softball team beat Arizona Western College on Saturday afternoon to advance to the NJCAA Region I Division I Championship game on Saturday….WHAT A GREAT DAY TO BE A ROUGHRIDER!
The Roughrider softball team opened up the NJCAA Region I Division Tournament with a bang Thursday afternoon at Bill Vallely Field over Eastern Arizona College, 17-2 in the run-rule shortened game. YC knocked 4 home runs in the victory.
The #11 ranked Roughrider soccer team plays host to #16 Arizona Western College Friday night at Ken Lindley Field in the NJCAA Region I Championship Match. Both teams shared the Spring Division I ACCAC Title.
In the first game of the NJCAA Region I Division I Championship Series in Casa Grande Thursday afternoon, the Roughrider baseball team upset the #1 seeded and #3 ranked Central Arizona College, 5-4, in 11 innings.
The ACCAC announced the 2021 Spring Men’s Soccer All-Conference and NJCAA All-Region I teams on Tuesday. The Yavapai College soccer team was well represented on both teams:
The #8 Yavapai College Men’s Soccer team blanked the visiting Artichokes from Scottsdale Community College in their final regular-season game 4-0 Saturday evening at Ken Lindley Field.
Playing in the final day of the first round of the NJCAA Region I Playoffs, the Roughrider baseball team needed to win one game on Saturday to advance to the Region Championship Series.
In the first round of the NJCAA Region I Division Playoffs, the #5 seeded Roughrider baseball team upset the #3 seed Arizona Western College Thursday afternoon in Tucson, 5-3. The victory allows the Riders to face the #2 seed Pima Community College in the 3-team double-elimination tournament.
The Roughrider soccer team fell to the Aztecs from Pima Community College Thursday afternoon in Tucson, 1-0. YC is now 7-2-1.