Payson entered Friday night’s football game against visiting Snowflake tied with the Lobos for first place in the Division 4 Section 5 standings.
Expect Longhorns, Lobos to light it up in tonight’s Section 5 showdown
As the great Neil Young wrote, tonight’s the night.
Spanish-speaking senior a goal-scoring machine for Longhorns
Life isn’t easy for Javier Jacobo, until he steps onto the soccer field, that is.
Payson’s No. 2-ranked boys soccer team found itself trailing for the second consecutive game when No. 5 Holbrook slipped a goal into the net in the first five minutes of Tuesday night’s game at Rumsey Park.
Generations separate Austin Haught and Bryndee Hall.
Payson’s volleyball team pushed Flagstaff Coconino to five sets before falling 25-22, 16-25, 25-21, 19-25, 6-15 at home on Monday.
Circle one winner for each of the games listed in the Payson Roundup Pigskin Payoff Entry Form. In the tie-breaker space, write your prediction for the final score of that game. Fill in your name and phone number at the bottom, cut out this page and deposit your entry in the contest box at the Payson Roundup office, 708 N. Beeline Highway, by 5 p.m. Friday.
GLOBE – Payson’s offense has powered the Longhorns to a 5-2 football record this season.
No. 2 Horns host No. 6 Holbrook tonight
Staying focused against every opponent can be difficult for a team enjoying a strong season.
PHS grad starting for Cats
Jason Sweet thought his football playing days ended with Payson High’s 24-21 loss to Show Low in the final game of the 2006 season.
Tim Ernst fired a 71 to win the low gross portion of the Payson Men’s Golf Association Individual Low Net Tournament on Oct. 8 at Payson Golf Course.
Payson’s volleyball team suffered a big blow with an 18-25, 14-25, 17-25 loss at home to Snowflake on Wednesday, Oct. 8. The Longhorns need to win most of their remaining games to qualify for the Division 3 state tournament. They stood at No. 16 in the power rankings that seed the tournament as of Sunday. The top 16 teams qualify.
The Rim Country Middle School cross country teams enjoyed a strong end to the season at the Verde Valley regional championship meet in Chino Valley on Oct. 1.
About 40 people lined up for the start of an Italian Feast catered by Gerardo’s Firewood Café to support the Payson High boys soccer program at the Rim Country Middle School cafeteria on Wednesday night.
GLOBE - Payson’s football team kept rolling with a 48-0 win at Globe on Friday night.