Professional basketball player Jamal Shuler was in Yuma Saturday to teach Woodard Junior High students how to improve their game during the inaugural 2013 WJHS Free Summer Basketball Camp.
Shuler, who lived in Yuma for a short time as a child, has... Full story
It turns out Arizona State isn’t going to have only one Cibola alum on its cross country and track team.
Former Raider distance runner Ryan Norton has given a verbal agreement to run for the Sun Devils next season, joining former teammate Be... Full story
Many times the efforts involved with semi-pro football go unnoticed.
The stands are rarely full and games and practice pass by with little recognition.
That’s what makes it so special for Ken Blankenship.
In January of next year, Blank... Full story
It was a long but successful weekend for the Gila Ridge wrestling team in Las Vegas.
The Hawks had 14 duals in two days — going 12-2 — in the Arbor View Summer Duals at Arbor View High School in Las Vegas. Gila Ridge won 46-27 to the h... Full story
Yuma Catholic golfer Grady Bourguignon shot under par three straight days and was runner-up in the Under Armour Vicky Hurst Championship last week in Scottsdale.
Bourguignon finished 11-under with a 67-69-69—205.
"After the first day, I w... Full story
While digging through some files I found an entertaining fact.
I’ve raced against Jimmie Johnson, the five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion.
OK, not head-to-head, but in the 1995 SCORE International off-road series, my partner Dan Beaver and I... Full story
Adam Ludwin is a state champion and is searching for a national championship.But next month he'll have a shot at an international title.The Cibola graduate and sophomore at Fort Hays State (Kan.) earned a spot on the United States team and will compe... Full story
Technology sure is a beautiful thing. Monday night, I would have normally had to choose between two games that I was emotionally invested in. On ESPN, my favorite Major League Baseball team — the Boston Red Sox, sorry — were playing the T... Full story
After the Yuma Boys Baseball League Diamondbacks pushed across the tying run in the top of the sixth Monday night, Angels shortstop Dominic Avila knew he had to take the game into his own hands, or in this case legs.Avila drew a walk, stole second, t... Full story
I think I discovered how baseball was originally intended to be played — with a limited understanding of the rules, a 10-second attention span and in 100-degree weather.In other words, covering the Cal Ripken 8U State Championship game on Satur... Full story