ST. DAVID — The St. David boys basketball team advanced to the quarterfinals of the state tournament with a 77-32 first-round win over Joseph City on Friday night.
ST.DAVID — The St. David High School Tigers’ cheerleading team is making a strong comeback through the positive efforts of their coach and their cheerleaders.
ST. DAVID — The St. David girls and boys basketball teams concluded their regular seasons on Tuesday against county foe Willcox High School.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Tigers’ boys and girls basketball teams defeated the Tombstone Yellow Jackets Thursday night in the teams’ only meeting of the season.
Brayden Merrill, a St. David junior, has always enjoyed competing athletically.
BENSON — The Bobcats couldn’t be stopped Wednesday night when they hosted the St. David Tigers. Both the Benson girls and boys basketball teams extended their winning steaks with wins over St. David.
ST. DAVID — The Tigers wrestling team hosted Tombstone High School Wednesday for what turned out to be a tuneup match for both teams.
ST. DAVID — The Tigers basketball teams broke in their new gym floor Friday when they welcomed the Pima Roughriders to town.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Schools’ gymnasium is back in use after water damage required the entire wooden court to be replaced.
SHOW LOW — The St. David Tigers basketball teams traveled north to Show Low to take on the 3A Cougars for their first games of the season on Friday.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Tigers hit the mat for the first time this season on Wednesday afternoon in St. David.
COUNTY — The heads of high school athletes, coaches and fans are spinning after a whirlwind week and offseason for winter sports.
This year’s 2020-21 varsity football season was an award-winning one for St. David junior Talon Haynie.
COUNTY — St. David’s Logan Davis, Jake Goodman and Talon Haynie took three of the four top 1A South all-region honors where the honorees were announced last week.
COUNTY — When the 1A South post season volleyball honors were announced recently, the two-time state champion St. David Tigers had a majority of the accolades.
COUNTY — Benson High’s football team concluded its season with another win to move to 6-0 overall. St. David’s season ended Friday in the first round of the state playoffs.
PHOENIX — There are many roads that lead a team to a state championship. For the St. David Tigers’ volleyball team, that road came with a few obstacles. The Tigers, however, wouldn’t let those difficulties block their path to their dream of back to back state championships.
ST. DAVID — After a perfect regular season, the Tigers were eliminated from the 1A state playoffs Friday night after St. David lost 38-20 to Williams at home to conclude the season.
ST. DAVID — Penalties and mistakes cost the Tigers a spot in the 1A football semifinals as St. David lost to Williams High School 38-20 Friday night.
Sydney Klump, a senior member of the St. David High School volleyball team, believes that participating in athletics must be fun but that having a positive attitude is what always makes the difference.
COUNTY — Volleyball teams across the state are gearing up for the start of the postseason, which begins on Tuesday. Cochise County will be represented by seven teams.
COUNTY — Cochise County cross-country teams competed in the sectional race Wednesday at Rio Rico with the goal of qualifying for state.
COUNTY — Benson and St. David volleyball teams concluded their season Tuesday night on a positive note. However, before their final games of the season, the teams faced off.
COUNTY — Benson, St. David and Willcox were all winners Friday night to stay undefeated on the season. All three teams won against region opponents to help boost their chances for the postseason.
ST.DAVID — The St. David volleyball team’s weekly competitions showed the Tigers continuing their winning ways as they added three more victories to bring their season record to 11-1.
SAN MANUEL — The only two undefeated football teams in the 1A South Conference faced off against each other on Friday. When the game ended, the St. David Tigers were the only undefeated left with a 58-0 victory over the San Manuel Miners.
SAN MANUEL — The only two undefeated football teams in the 1A South Conference faced off against each other on Friday, with the St. David Tigers coming out on top with a big win, 58-0.
MORENCI — The Benson, St. David, Tombstone and Willcox cross country teams traveled to Morenci on Wednesday to compete in their final regular season meet of the year — the Morenci Copper Hill Cross Country Invitational.
ST. DAVID — The St. David volleyball team added two more wins to their season record with victories over the Desert Christian Eagles and the Bisbee Pumas last week.
COUNTY — Benson, Tombstone and St. David cross country teams competed this weekend and represented Cochise County well in their respective races.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Tigers’ varsity football team improved their season record to 4-0 with a home victory over the Cicero Prep Centurions 36-0 on Friday.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Tigers football team improved their season record to 4-0 with a home victory over the Cicero Prep Centurions 36-0 on Friday.
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SAINT DAVID — The St. David Tigers football team may have stayed perfect on the season with their 59-12 win over Duncan Friday night, but their coach says there is still work to be done.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Tigers defeated the Duncan Wildkats 59-12 Friday night after controlling the game on both sides of the field.
The St. David Tigers volleyball team competed in their first home contest of the season on Thursday against the Duncan Wildkats.
Those in the San Pedro Valley fared well Friday night. Benson defended their hope field with a victory over Miami while St. David shutout Valley Union in Elfrida.
ELFRIDA — The St. David Tigers won their second straight game of the season Friday shutting out the Valley Union Blue Devils 45-0 in a 1A South showdown.
ELFRIDA — Robby Gooding’s 82-yard kickoff return to start the game sparked the St. David Tigers to their second straight win in what resulted in a 45-0 shutout over the Valley Union Blue Devils in 1A South showdown Friday night.
ELFRIDA — Playing their fifth straight volleyball match on the road, the defending 1A state champion St. David Tigers overcame a slow start and battled back from an opening game loss to defeat the Valley Union Blue Devils 3-1 in a non-conference match Thursday.
COUNTY — Stadium lights filled the skies in Cochise County and around the state on Friday. Benson and St. David found success on the football field while Valley Union struggled in their Week One matchup against Superior.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Tigers traveled to Chandler to take on Lincoln Prep and brought home the victory 50-14 over the Lightning.
In their first game of the season, the St. David Tigers defeated the Lincoln Prep Lightning 50-14.
ST. DAVID — Talent and cohesiveness are two of the strongest qualities St. David varsity football coach Braden Davis sees in his Tiger athletes.
ST. DAVID — The St. David Tigers volleyball team started their first full week of competition with three non-conference away games, finishing 2-1 for their outings.
COUNTY — Contact football is back in Cochise County.
WILLCOX — The Cowboy and Cowgirl cross-country teams held their annual invitational Wednesday, which welcomed seven other schools to Willcox.
TOMBSTONE — Yellow Jacket volleyball coach Dan Romero knew his team’s season opener against St. David was going to be a test for his young team. At the end of their test, which was a 3-0 loss to the Tigers, Romero was excited about his team and the possibilities they have this season.
BENSON — The Bobcats hosted the second cross-country meet in the county on Friday, with Tombstone, Safford, St. David and Willcox participating.
ST. DAVID — Achieving their number one goal for the season is of top priority to the St. David Tigers’ volleyball team and their coach Tylene Miller.