Beat Lobos on court after gridiron upset
Denver White hoped the magic Payson performed on the football field translated onto the basketball court.
The Longhorns battled visiting Winslow for three quarters. Unfortunately, the second quarter proved disastrous in a 51-32 loss to the Bulldogs on Jan. 10.
Watch Ryan Ricke swish a jump shot, drive in for a layup, battle for a rebound or dive for a loose ball and you might think he’s a pretty good basketball player.
Stampede past Bulldogs on senior night
Payson High’s wrestling team opened the 2017 portion of its season with a nod to the past on Thursday night.
Payson’s girls basketball team went 1-3 in the Payson Holiday Classic it hosted on Dec. 30-31. The Class 3A Longhorns lost to Show Low 36-34 and beat 4A Buckeye Youngker 36-25 on Dec. 30 and lost to 2A Sanders Valley 45-21 and 2A Phoenix Country Day 34-22 on Dec. 31.
Young three-sport standout named all-state in volleyball
Savanna White lives in the air. Radar might be the best way to track her. An incredible leaping ability helps the 5-foot-10 Payson High sophomore soar into the rarefied air above the top of the net, which stands 7 feet, 4 1/8 inches above the floor.
When the construction business stalled several years ago, Michael Flanary moved to the Valley to find work.
Not much went right for Payson’s girls basketball team for the first three quarters on Tuesday night.
Denver White began the season with his team running a man-to-man defense. Just like he’s always run.
Jake Swartwood choked up at the Payson Football Awards Banquet as he spoke about his conversation with Trey Glasscock, one of the team’s best players.