Click here to read the results from the Sedona Red Rock Junior High School Scorpion Track Invitational, held on Saturday, April 15.
Sedona Red Rock High School senior Chas Rescigno signed a national letter of intent to play football at Concordia University-Ann Arbor in Michigan on Wednesday, April 19.
Rescigno, who will compete for time as a quarterback, also considered Simpson College but ultimately chose to join the Cardinals for academic reasons.
Sedona Red Rock High School’s baseball team rounded out its home schedule on Thursday, April 13, with a 19-2, five-inning loss to Bagdad High School, the No. 2 team in Conference 1A.
Twelve hits and 11 runs by the visiting Sultans create an insurmountable advantage after the first inning. The Scorpions [3-9, 2-3 Central] scored in the first and the third innings.
More than 20 boys and girls from the Verde Valley, ranging from elementary to high school age, participated in the Mike Bibby Shooting Clinic Series on Friday, April 14, at Sedona Red Rock High School.
Except Bibby, an ex-NBA player, was not there due to a lack of participants. Marlon Minifee, an ex-pro in his own regard, and three other coaches worked with the players on more than just shooting.
The Sedona Red Rock Junior High School track and field team competed in its first meet, the Camp Verde Invitational, on Thursday, April 6. Only 16 athletes are on the team, but many placed high at the 10-team competition.
When a baseball team scores 30 runs across two games, more often than not it will come away the winner from both. Such was not the case for Sedona Red Rock High School’s team, splitting its two games on Friday and Saturday,
April 7 and 8.
On Friday, the Scorpions [3-7, 2-2 Central] picked up a 17-2 region win over visiting Glendale Preparatory Academy but then lost to Conference 1A Joseph City High School 17-13 the following day.
One local youth soccer team has been taking its competition by storm in 2017. That team is the Verde Valley Vipers, an Under-12 boys American Youth Soccer Organization team that currently holds a 13-2 record.
The Vipers won their first three tournaments, a total of 12 games, of the season that began in February. They suffered their first losses at the River Daze tournament in Bullhead City.