The Yuma Catholic girls basketball program still can’t get over the round-of-16 hump, even when the regular season suggested this might be the year.
The South Mountain men’s basketball team may have entered Wednesday night’s game at Arizona Western in second-to-last-place in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference standings, but for 38-plus minutes, the Cougars played like a team capable of pulling off an upset.
A year ago in the 3A state tournament quarterfinals, the Yuma Catholic girls soccer team prevailed in a penalty kick shootout to advance to the semifinals.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — With San Pasqual sophomore wrestler Nicholas Steele, it was a matter of how easily, not if, he would win his second Division IV state title on Friday night at Prescott Valley Event Center.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — It took Kofa sophomore Carolina Moreno 48 seconds to make history on Friday night as she became Yuma County’s first-ever Arizona Interscholastic Association girls wrestling state champion.
The San Luis boys soccer players who were on the field — overcome by jubilation and almost certainly a sense of relief — sprinted toward their supporters seated in the stands to celebrate.
The Yuma High wrestling team produced six individual champs and 13 state qualifiers en route to winning the Division III Section III title Saturday at Youngker High School in Buckeye.
In the final seconds of Friday night’s girls basketball game at Yuma Catholic, Valley Christian’s Chloe Fraley stole an inbound pass underneath the basket and was presented with an uncontested layup.
The Cibola boys soccer team is turning the corner at the right time of year by extending its unbeaten streak to six games and finishing undefeated in YUHSD games this season.
Thursday night’s Yuma High at Gila Ridge girls basketball game served as a celebratory sendoff for five seniors likely playing their final home game for the Hawks, and the end of what’s been a trying season for the Criminals.
Arizona Western baseball saw its goal of going to the NJCAA World Series in Grand Junction slip out of its hands in extra innings last season, but now the returning players are hoping to pull the team back into that position by season’s end.
Brian Brenes helped the Kofa (5-8 AIA) boys basketball team earn crosstown bragging rights for the year with back-to-back three-pointers in the closing minutes to lead his team to a 47-42 win over Yuma High (2-11 AIA).
The Cibola girls soccer team struck in the first minute of Wednesday night’s game against Kofa at Irv Pallack Field and that was all the Raiders needed to come away with a 1-0 victory in an important 6A Desert Southwest matchup.
The Arizona Western men’s basketball team had to hold off multiple comeback attempts from Phoenix College Wednesday night at home to escape with an important Arizona Community College Athletic Conference win.