The No. 20 4A Conference Flagstaff Eagles boys basketball team snapped a two-game losing streak Friday with a 65-61 road victory over the 30th-ranked Mingus Union Marauders.
The No. 11 Coconino Panthers improved their regular-season record to 10-2 and 5-1 in the 4A Grand Canyon Region Friday, defeating the No. 33 Lee Williams Volunteers 41-32 at home.
The 18th-ranked Coconino Panthers girls soccer team held on for a half but could not overcome a late surge by the No. 2 Prescott Badgers, falling 6-0 at home on Thursday evening.
Tony Hernandez and Cooper French both came away from the wrestling mats of the 57th Doc Wright Invitational over the weekend, helping the Division III Coconino Panthers finish seventh as a team.
No. 33 Northland Preparatory Academy boys basketball won its second consecutive game Monday, defeating No. 37 Sedona Red Rock 64-43 on the road.
The city rivalry between Flagstaff and Coconino’s boys and girls basketball teams felt truly real again Tuesday night as fans packed the Coconino High School gym to see the back-to-back games between the Panthers and Eagles.
Flagstaff girls soccer continued its undefeated start to the 2021-22 regular season with an 8-0 win via mercy rule over Deer Valley at home on Friday.
The No. 7 Flagstaff Eagles (7-1, 4-0 Grand Canyon) girls basketball team led from beginning to end Thursday in an 86-27 victory over No. 42 Cortez, notching their seventh consecutive regular-season win.
No. 27 Flagstaff nearly pulled off a comeback win but drew 4-4 after extra time with the 31st-ranked Marcos de Niza Padres boys soccer team Wednesday at Flagstaff High School.
Coconino boys basketball still has not lost in 2022. The Panthers defeated the Mohave Thunderbirds 62-32 at home on Tuesday to push their record to 6-2 (2-1 Grand Canyon).
The No. 38 Basis Flagstaff Yeti girls basketball team fell 51-15 to No. 12 Mayer at home Tuesday, pushing its record 0-7 on the season and 0-6 in the Central Region standings.
Coconino girls soccer pushed its record to .500, halting a two-match losing streak, with a 3-0 home victory over the Greenway Demons at Coconino High School on Tuesday.
The National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS) named Cassie Schrader, coach of the Coconino Panthers girls basketball team, the 2020-21 State Coach of the Year in girls basketball, following her first season leading Coconino's varsity program.
Senior year of high school athletics -- really the last year of high school, period -- is stressful.
Flagstaff High School Girls basketball improved to 5-1 (3-0 Grand Canyon) on the season following Saturday’s 68-41 win over American Leadership Academy - Queen Creek.
Flagstaff boys basketball fell in its first matchup of 2022, as Deer Valley played efficient defense toward the end of the game at Flagstaff High School on Wednesday on its way to a 56-34 victory.
Though missing several starters and contributors, the Flagstaff Eagles girls basketball team remained unbeaten in Grand Canyon Region play with a 56-29 home win over Prescott on Thursday.
The Arizona Daily Sun is reviving an old custom -- the College Corner. We will provide regular updates on local high school athletes who compete at the college level in NCAA, NAIA and JUCO sanctioned sports across the country. In our first installment, we recap fall sports athletes. Next tim…
Flagstaff boys soccer won its first match of the season Wednesday, defeating the Thunderbird Titans 3-2 in extra minutes at home.
The Coconino Panthers boys basketball team (4-2, 0-1 Grand Canyon Region) pushed its regular-season win streak to three games Tuesday night, defeating the Shadow Mountain Matadors 79-49 to remain undefeated at home at 3-0.
The Coconino Panthers boys basketball team started the new year strong Monday, defeating struggling Seton Catholic, 45-22, in Chandler.
The Flagstaff Eagles girls basketball team took first place in the Ninth annual Gator Winter Classic in Henderson, Nevada, Thursday.
Morgan Caslin is staying home, or coming back home, or something in-between.
Running, whether long distance in cross country or short distances in track and field, was once again a bright spot for Flagstaff prep sports
For Flagstaff native Russell Woods, the FlagCoco website and social media platforms combine three things he loves -- history, being a stat geek and his hometown.