It’s not as much the largest turnout he’s seen in his seven years with Payson High’s boys track and field team, but the talent level that has Jonathan Ball excited as the Longhorns prepare for the upcoming season.
High school coaches across the state face a challenge at least as great as getting students ready to compete. They must also raise money to keep the program afloat.
It’s a drastically different Payson High baseball team that opens the season in the Fountain Hills Invitational on Wednesday.
Payson High’s baseball season doesn’t officially begin until the Longhorns participate in the Fountain Hills Invitational beginning on Wednesday. And PHS doesn’t open the home schedule until entertaining Morenci on March 6.
With four starters back from a top-five state finish in 2014, Payson High golf coach Denny Morse can’t wait to get the season started.
In the end, it all worked out fine.
Vega takes third, Anderson and Keeney fifth
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Dramatic finishes dominated the day as Payson High’s three Division 3 State Wrestling Tournament qualifiers capped strong seasons with thrilling victories at Prescott Valley Event Center on Thursday and Friday.
Wildly successful raffle makes it all possible
A year ago, Payson High assistant boys basketball coach Randy Herrera had an idea to help raise needed funds for the high school boys basketball program, as well as the school’s bass club, which he heads.
Talk to Curtis Johnson for a few minutes and you realize the man knows softball.
More Than a Game
It all started Monday.