The beast was unleashed as Mason Ridley combined power from the tee and the hands of a surgeon around the greens in leading Payson’s varsity golf team to another victory at Snowflake Golf Course on Tuesday.
Former Payson High standout Nick McMullen has wasted no time making a name for himself on the collegiate baseball stage.
Outdoors Under the Rim
Many outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy fishing in the spring and summer often spend time in the woods hunting in the fall. Big game hunters, besides having some kind of firearm or bow, would consider optics as part of their essential gear in pursuit of an animal.
March 27 is the deadline to register for the Spring Co-Ed Adult Softball League.
The Division 3 softball rankings don’t debut until April 1, but Payson is making a strong case for the No. 1 spot when they finally are released.
Only one Division 3 team finished in front of Payson’s boys track and field team in Saturday’s 21-team Scottsdale Horizon Husky Invitational, which featured some of the largest schools in the state.
“This was a tough game against a rival team that we pretty much had won,” said Payson High baseball coach Brian Young. “It left us with a feeling of giving away a game.”
Rim Country Fishing Report
Good morning Rim Country anglers. Perfect fishing conditions were in place for Roosevelt Lake this past week. The water level rose to 48 percent full and the temperatures were in the low to mid 60s in the backs of coves.
Arissa pitches near perfect game
Cori Barnett felt the pressure as she watched the ball begin to descend.
These Longhorns are developing a flare for the dramatic.
It’s been five years since Payson High’s golf team lost a nine-hole match at home.
If Payson’s boys track and field team is going to challenge for a Division 3 state championship this season as coach Jonathan Ball believes is possible, depth will be a key reason.
Today is the deadline to register for Payson’s Youth and High School Soccer Leagues.
“I had really bad problems with stress and sometimes getting depressed,” 24-year-old Arizona Cardinals player Justin Bethel said after his presentation to Payson High School students on Friday.
The Longhorns revealed a welcome depth of character on Friday with their first win of the season.