Outdoors Under the Rim
When the bull elk begin to sound off in the Rim Country, one knows that fall is in the air. Not only is autumn approaching, but the elk herd has begun the mating season as bulls loudly declare an interest in gathering a mate.
Members of the Payson High softball team washed cars as part of an effort to raise money for their trip next March to ESPN’s Wide World of Sports inside the Disney World Complex in Orlando, Fla.
Success of last weekend’s event earns town 2016 girls fastpitch state tourney
Although it caused problems on the final day, a little rain couldn’t wash away all the positive aspects of the Fourth Annual ASA End of Summer Madness Girls Fastpitch Softball Tournament in Payson last weekend.
Like the sky opening up with a torrential rain ending a drought, Payson High’s football team poured down on visiting Coolidge on Friday night.
Honesty, respect for foes hallmarks for volleyball team
Taryn North didn’t think twice about it.
Every team wants to win.
Three teams engaged in a fierce battle for the Two-Man Scramble championship in Payson Men’s Golf Association action at Payson Golf Course on Sept. 2.
The Payson High School Varsity Sports Schedule
Sept. 26 celebrations include free state park admission
Celebrating the 27th Annual Verde River Day at Dead Horse Ranch State Park on Sept. 26 Dead Horse Ranch State Park, the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, and snonprofits and corporations from around the state, will host and celebrate the annual Verde River Day on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Ruben Estrada scored three touchdowns, Wyatt Chapman added two and Payson’s defense dominated as the Longhorns beat visiting Coolidge 42-0 on Friday night to improve to 3-0.
Officials expect a huge economic boost for area business as thousands of people converge on Payson this weekend for the Third Annual Amateur Softball Association of America End of Summer Madness Girls Fast-pitch Softball Tournament.
Longhorns rout St. Johns, host Coolidge tonight undefeated
Wyatt Chapman scored three touchdowns and amassed 271 all-purpose yards as Payson improved to 2-0 with a 46-14 thumping of visiting St. Johns in the Longhorns’ football home opener on Friday, Sept. 4.
Abigail Greenleaf and Kyra Ball make perfect running partners.
It’s way too early to get carried away, but a lot rides on tonight’s Coolidge at Payson football game.
Outdoors Under the Rim
With school underway, there are many clubs and sports programs available to the youth of the community.