England scores 28 as PHS snaps streak
Kain England picked a good night to turn in one of the best games of his career.
Payson’s wrestlers were ready for the section tournament. But the section tournament wasn’t ready for them.
Payson’s girls basketball team has finished fourth in the Division III Section IV standings and qualified for the section tournament semifinals at Show Low.
Sophomores crucial in late-season surge
The girls basketball team entered Thursday’s regular-season finale against Globe playing their best basketball of the season.
Horns suffer another gut-wrenching defeat
Payson is a better boys basketball team than its record indicates.
Boys fight to 3rd place
The Rim Country Middle School Mavericks girls basketball team won both its games to win the seventh grade girls championship in the four-team Kenny Hartnett Memorial Basketball Tournament at Tonto Basin School on Saturday, Feb. 1.
More Than a Game
With Payson kids ready to begin their quest for individual state wrestling glory with the sectional tournament at Winslow High on Saturday, I can’t help but express my disappointment in the absence of a team state tournament in Arizona.
The Eighth Annual Junior Longhorn Wrestling Camp is open for boys in third through eighth grade.
The registration deadline for adult basketball is closing in fast.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association postponed the 16 high school wrestling sectional tournaments scheduled for Saturday because a number of wrestlers have contracted a skin infection, according to a press release from the AIA.
Winslow rallies to beat Horns
It looked like Payson’s boys basketball team might just end its frustration last week.
Daniel Cluff wins freshman title
Payson closed the dual portion of the wrestling season by winning all three of its matches at Chino Valley on Friday to improve to 24-5.
Girls basketball team continues climb up Division III rankings
What a difference a week makes.
Jacob Dixon’s not a benchwarmer, he’s a team starter
Jacob Dixon doesn’t produce eye-popping statistics. In fact, he doesn’t get to play very much. But make no mistake about it — the senior guard is a very valuable part of Payson’s boys varsity basketball team.
The odds the Payson’s girls basketball team will qualify for the Division III state tournament keep improving. PHS entered Thursday’s game against No. 2 Winslow at No. 24 in the state power rankings. Despite a 56-35 loss to the Bulldogs, the Longhorns moved up to No. 23 entering Friday’s game at No. 26 Round Valley.