Sizzle on the mound burnishes Longhorns’ playoff prospects
At 5-foot-6, Hunter Paul is the shortest player on Payson High’s baseball roster.
Some of the best and most lasting memories in an already memorable season are sure to be in store today at Payson High as the Longhorns’ juggernaut softball team closes its home schedule.
Win a no-hitter, lose a heartbreaker
Brian Young liked what he saw from Jake Beeler on the mound in his two recent starts.
More Than a Game
Jodi Taylor looked to her left and found Curtis Johnson in the third base dugout. She studied his hand carefully as the Payson High varsity softball coach flashed the freshman catcher the signals for the pitch he wanted and the location he wanted it in.
The curtain falls on the home schedule for the greatest show in softball this week
Accident ends dream of repeating as state D3 100-meter champion
Wyatt Chapman had just returned to action in a big way after a hamstring injury. At the Blue Ridge Invitational on April 10, the defending Division 3 state champion in the 100 meters participated in his first meet since suffering the injury on March 14.
The Yellow Jackets didn’t give Arissa Paulson a chance to swing the bat the first time the teams met.
Hunter Paul knew he needed a good performance when Brian Johnson handed him the baseball Monday night.
At her core, Jeannie Herford hasn’t changed.
Payson’s baseball team went 3-2 at the Goodyear Estrella Foothills Wolves Classic held Thursday-Saturday.