Shorthanded Longhorns go 1-2 Payson managed to win one of its three dual wrestling matches at Holbrook on Dec. 7 despite taking just nine wrestlers to the competition.
The Longhorns learned some harsh lessons on Tuesday in the course of a painful drubbing at the hands Phoenix Northwest Christian.
Down 18 points in the first half, the Longhorns needed a spark. They got a fireworks display.
Outdoors Under the Rim
Most of the fall firearm deer seasons have come and gone within the state of Arizona where many young hunters experienced their first big game hunt.
Some students set the bar. They work harder, show more passion and lead by example — in the classroom, on the field and within the community.
Pine-Strawberry School eighth-grader Emma Paine enjoyed a week most teenagers only dream of.
The Rim Country Middle School wrestling team made a strong showing in the White Mountain League Final Tournament.
Rim Country Middle School’s eighth-grade volleyball team closed out a strong season by finishing second in the White Mountain League Tournament. The players pose for a photo with their runner-up plaque.
Stellar defense sparks offense as Payson rolls
Miles Huff found what he was looking for right in his own backyard. The Payson High girls basketball coach watched his Longhorns open the season by struggling to score points in two weeks of road games.
Payson's girls basketball team played its best game of the young season in the home opener against Queen Creek Casteel on Friday night.
Payson’s storybook volleyball season involved excellence on the part of the entire team.
Payson wrestling coach Bryan Burke wants his kids to face the toughest competition possible during the regular season so they’ll be ready for anyone in the section and state tournaments.
Girls fall at Camp Verde Meredith Kiekinveld scored seven points and Sadie Sweeney scored six points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Payson’s girls basketball team in a 40-26 loss at Camp Verde on Tuesday night.
She’s 25 and in just her second season as Payson High’s head volleyball coach. But Desirae Burris was the best coach in the 3A East this season.
Special Olympic athletes participating in Bocce, Unified and Regular Swim teams show off their medals as they wait to march in the October Fall Games Torch Parade at Skyline High School track field in east Mesa on Oct. 16.