WILLCOX — The Cowboys will have a delay to their football season after a player tested positive for COVID-19.
WILLCOX — “We’re tired of playing each other, we’re ready to start beating up on other people.”
TOMBSTONE — The Yellow Jackets hosted the first cross country meet of the season last Friday. Five Cochise County schools were represented at the meet.
WILLCOX — A very successful varsity soccer program that is a two-time defending region champion and a finisher at the top of the region five of the past six years is about to go through a big transition.
WILLCOX — Despite their schedule having only 60 percent of the number of races as in previous years and a staggered-timed starting line to help with social distancing, Willcox High School distance runners are optimistic they’ll have a fall season this year.
COUNTY — Questions linger about whether of not high school athletics will be carrying on this fall. The simple answer is yes.
COUNTY — The Arizona Interscholastic Association released their plan and schedule for the fall but not all schools are ready to commit after readjusting their back to school plans.
WILLCOX — One popular sport was staged to help another popular sport in Willcox recently. The Dancing on the Green Golf tournament was held on Aug. 1 at Twin Lakes course and benefited the Encore Elite Dance Troupe.
STATE — The Arizona Interscholastic Association shocked many when they approved a fall sports schedule during a special meeting on Wednesday.
STATE — The Arizona Interscholastic Association approved a fall schedule on Wednesday to resume high school athletics in the fall.
WILLCOX — Luke Kauffman captured the first singles high school tennis trophy in decades for the Willcox Cowboys, but will have to settle for an asterisk next to the title.
An experienced and accomplished high school football coach appears to have fallen into the hands of the Willcox Cowboy program.
Herald/Review Media is proud to present this year's Best of Preps!
The world of high school sports may be on hold, but athletic directors are looking to the future and hiring coaches throughout the area.
WILLCOX — Daniella Pando, a senior softball player, took some time to answer some questions for the Arizona Range News on her softball career.
Willcox High School boys and girls’ basketball received All-Region 2nd team and
Willcox athletes can kiss goodbye an annual home golf tournament, an important home tennis match, and key baseball and softball home field advantages against Thatcher, Pima and Bisbee thanks to the suspension of athletic contests by the Arizona Interscholastic Association.
A sloppy performance ahead of an impending spring break gave the Willcox Cowgirls the impression they need some time off coming up.
WILLCOX — Cold, windy weather did not stop the boys and girls from Benson from performing at their best for the first win of the season.
SAFFORD — There may be something in the water as four different head football coaches have stepped down from area programs.
WILLCOX — “This could be as good as my second year when 70-percent qualified for state,” fifth-year head track Craig Hamilton said. “We have the talent for it and bigger numbers.”
WILLCOX — “I believe that this team has a shot at going to state,” is a statement not uttered very often by a Willcox Cowboy tennis coach, but John Chapman said it here in the preseason and for good reason.
WILLCOX — A mixture of youth and experience could give the Willcox softball varsity reason to rise this Spring.
WILLCOX — Losing a generational talent to graduation, as well as a couple more starters, has left the Willcox golf program to scramble for starters behind returning junior Lyndon Smyers.
WILLCOX — A tradition of going to the postseason — nine of past 10 years — is facing a hiccup unless the 2020 Willcox baseball varsity picks up the pace on their rebuild.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Day two of the state wrestling finals was fulfilled with a few victories for the locals, and a few tears and heartbreaks.
WILLCOX — Fifteen different schools competed in the Division 4 Section 2 Tournament to see who goes home and who goes to state.
PIMA — The No. 10 Lady Roughriders ruffed up the Cowgirls in a one-way game that led to a Roughriders blowout victory.
PIMA — The No. 6 Roughriders wasted no time when it came to blowing past the Cowboys in a one-sided game Wednesday night.
TUCSON — Safford and Willcox competed in the Flowing Wells Invitational, a two-day event that saw 36 teams competing.
MORENCI — The Lady Wildcats squad forced the Cowgirls into uncomfortable possessions, which made for a comfortable night for the ‘Cats.
MORENCI — With technical fouls and multiple lead changes throughout the game, Morenci battled hard and finished strong.
BENSON — After a second day of extraordinary wrestling, several teams improved their day one rankings at the McGlumphy-Comaduran Duals, to make their mark to start the new year.
WILLCOX — The Cowboys are off to a strong start in the 2019-20 wrestling season and get an early look at the 2020 part of their campaign this weekend in Benson.
WILLCOX — Caiden Hall, a senior wrestler at Willcox high school, took some time after practice to answer Range News’ questions about his wrestling career and more.
THATCHER — The defending Eastern Arizona College Boys Holiday Tournament champion Thatcher Eagles came into the tournament as the No. 4 seed, and shocked the No. 1 and No. 2 seed to retain their crown.
THATCHER — A technical foul, a fan ejection and a comeback victory were the main ingredients for an amazing championship game.
WILLCOX — A fast start in an early season tournament has been countered by a slow start where it counts, in conference play last week for the Willcox Cowgirls basketball varsity.
PIMA — Blood, sweat, and tears were all left on the mat as 13 teams and several individuals competed for first place.
WILLCOX — The Cowboys are off to a 4-0 start and looking for more in the early stages of the 2019-20 wrestling season.
WILLCOX — A trio of returning stars could help the Willcox wrestling program climb even higher than last year’s fifth-place finish in the Division IV state tournament by Feb. 14.
A really tough decade of girls varsity basketball for Willcox could at least end as it optimistically started, with a state playoff berth in 2020.
WILLCOX — Willcox lost only one starter from its boys basketball varsity during a tough year last year, but the loss of the talented Tanner Debaun is a void that head coach Corey Downs feels his young group can overcome.
WILLCOX — A local 12-year old may have what it takes to become an auto racing star.
WILLCOX — The No. 8 Willcox soccer varsity hung with eventual state champion Blue Ridge for about 20 minutes of the first-round state tournament match in near-freezing conditions at Pinetop-Lakeside last Wednesday afternoon.
BENSON — A humbling loss to a rival and a narrow miss of the playoff cutoff line put a rank ending to the Willcox Cowboys varsity football season last weekend.
WILLCOX — Dani Pando, a senior volleyball player at Willcox high school, recently took some time to answer Range News’ questions about her volleyball career and more.
WILLCOX — A three-game winning streak that includes Friday’s 26-16 win over Tombstone may not quite be enough to position the Willcox football varsity for a postseason berth as it prepares to finish the regular season at powerful Benson this Friday night.
WILLCOX — The Willcox soccer varsity qualified last week for its 14th playoff berth in the past 15 years but will draw the toughest assignment of the first round when the eighth-ranked Cowboys visit No. 1 Blue Ridge (12-0) in Lakeside on Wednesday.
WILLCOX — The Thatcher Eagles took down the Willcox Cowgirls for the second straight time this season in a game that went back and forth early.