The Payson Women’s Golf Association season begins at 9 a.m., Tuesday, March 25 with a Kickoff Breakfast at Mazatzal Hotel & Casino’s Cedar Ridge Restaurant, followed by an informal game of golf.
Sloppy play dooms PHS vs. SL
This is certainly not what any of us had in mind.
Jonathan Ball has a lot of question marks about this year’s Payson High track and field team. He hopes to find answers before the season gets too old.
It’s going to be a competitive year in the Payson Men’s Golf Association if the season-opening four-man scramble on March 12 is any indication.
Two Club Payson volleyball teams are heading to Los Angeles for the Southern California National Qualifier this weekend. This tournament features teams from all across the United States, and will be played on 79 courts in the LA Convention Center.
The Gracie Haught Classic High School Softball Tournament is set for Friday-Saturday at Rumsey Park. Here’s Friday’s schedule.
More Than a Game
The best week of the year is upon us.
Svir wins at NAU, Chapman 3-time champ at PHS
Danya Svir finished tied for eighth in the high jump in last year’s Division III state meet. Payson High track and field coach Jonathan Ball thinks she has a shot at winning the crown this spring.
Lone senior is a team leader
For all her success on the softball field, one thing is missing for Arianna Paulson: a state championship.
Four Horns card best rounds of year
Sometimes, a coach can’t help but wonder whether his team can rise to a challenge.
More Than a Game
I enjoy hiking — a day outdoors with spectacular scenery and a sense of adventure, all the while burning calories. Plus, my dogs love it.
The Payson Women’s Golf Association season begins at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 25 with a Kickoff Breakfast at Mazatzal Casino’s Cedar Ridge Restaurant, followed by an informal game of golf.
Dean Harpe was medalist with a 37 to lead Payson’s golf team to victory in a three-team match at Chaparral Pines on Thursday. The junior was the only golfer to card a state-qualifying round of 41 or lower.
Sister Arianna Paulson named to second team
Her teammates lovingly call her a beast because of her strength.
After going 1-2 in the Fountain Hills Invitational the previous week, Payson’s baseball team opened at home against Cottonwood Mingus on Thursday looking to shake off a pair of one-run losses.