DOUGLAS — On the first day of the early signing period for Division I basketball, two Cochise College basketball players committed to moving up to the next level.
SIERRA VISTA — There’s still time to sign up for the Buena High School boys basketball team second annual boys basketball golf tournament.
In the back corner of the Bisbee High School gymnasium, the cheer team works on its routines, while in the front half of the gym, the girls basketball team practices its plays for the upcoming season.
SCOTTSDALE — Griffin Jax wears two uniforms. One for the Minnesota Twins organization, and another for the U.S. Air Force.
CAVE CREEK — The Bisbee, Buena and Tombstone cross-country teams concluded their seasons Saturday at the Arizona Interscholastic Association Cross Country State Championships at Cave Creek Golf Course.
If Nicholas Gerosa isn’t in school, he can be found in the pool.
The Herald/Review presents this week's Best of Preps Nicolas Gerosa of Buena High School. See how many rapid fire questions he can answer in 30 seconds.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Khalil Tate beat Colorado with his legs last year in a record-setting performance.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona State's Manny Wilkins, N'Keal Harry and Eno Benjamin shredded the No. 1-ranked defense in the Pac-12 and in the process threw the Pac-12 South race into a free-for-all.
SIERRA VISTA — The Buena High School track and field team is one step closer to its fundraising goal.
RIO RICO — Both the Bisbee High School girls and boys cross-country teams qualified for the state championships at the sectional meet in Rio Rico on Wednesday.
TUCSON — Colorado went into its game against Arizona last season game planning to stop quarterback Brandon Dawkins.
RIO RICO — On to the big meet. The Buena High School girls and boys cross-country teams qualified for State on Wednesday at Rio Rico. The state meet will be held Nov. 10.
The Herald/Review presents this week's Best of Preps Mateo Borrego of Buena High School. See how many rapid fire questions he can answer in 30 seconds.
Some run for fun, others to stay in shape.
TOMBSTONE — It wasn’t Tombstone’s night Tuesday as the Lady Yellow Jackets fell to the visiting Round Valley Elk in the 2A play-in tournament.
The Cochise College Apaches kicked off the 2018-19 season this past weekend with two dominating wins, both in Cochise Stronghold.
On Friday the Apaches thumped Hillcrest Prep Post Grad 134-73 before coming back on Saturday to thump Taylor Made Prep Post Grad 141-48.
Cochise led start to finish in both games leading Hillcrest 66-28 at the half and Taylor Made 74-25 at the intermission.
The Apaches had seven players score in double figures Friday night. Sophomore Mahki Morris led all scorers with a game high 26 points. Jamure Gregg recorded a double, double scoring 20 points while pulling down 10 rebounds. Chris Whitaker followed with 20 points. Naje Smith came off the bench to score 14 points, and Milan Szabo, Darnell Robateau and Justus Rainwater each scored 11.
Cochise had the same seven players score again in double figures. Whitaker led the Apaches in scoring this game with 25 points and nine rebounds. Smith again came off the bench and followed with 24 points and 11 rebounds. Morris and Robateau each had 16 points. Gregg scored 15 points and had 11 rebounds, Rainwater 15 points and nine rebounds and Szabo closed out with 13 points.
Cochise is back at home on Tuesday hosting Fastbreak Prep Post Grad in a 7 p.m. game.
On Saturday, Nov. 10, Cochise will host Loyalty College Prep Post Grad in a 4 p.m. game.