Coach Mark Showers could hardly contain his glee as he taped ankles before practice. He knows that his young team will round into form sooner than later, and that the fruits of his labor from working with some of his players this summer will bear fruit.
Verde Valley: Let me start out by saying, is it that time already? I can remember three months ago I started out by saying: Hello. By the time you read this it will be good-bye.
For Camp Verde boys’ basketball coach Dan Wall, he is looking for his team to win the close games this year. Last season they lost seven games by less than 6 points. The Cowboy basketball season started on Oct. 31, with the football players coming out for the team. Coach Wall likes the physicality this team brings to the court.
No matter what life throws at Mario Chagolla Sr., it hasn’t damped his desire to help troubled youth find a way in this world through his Weekend Warrior wrestling program.
In recent years, Camp Verde wrestling has continued to contend for state championships at every division of wrestling.
Optimism high for winning campaign in 2017
The Camp Verde Cowboys are on the football map again. Regardless of the final record, it is the way they finished the season with three wins in their last four games to end the season at 4-6. This record was the most wins they had in since 2011.
As the ball floated the opposite way and the clock ticking to zero, and the horn sounded.
Camp Verde soccer coach David Miller is Mr. Automatic when it comes to qualifying for the state tournament.
Camp Verde Cowboy Coach David Miller’s soccer program has taken on a life as its own.
Sedona-Red Rock Scorpions @ Camp Verde Cowboys, 7 p.m. kickoff, Sam Hammerstom Field
For a team that started the season with only 14 players, Sedona-Red Rock is now up to a 22-man roster and the Scorpions are playing their best football the last two weeks of the season, with wins over Mohave Accelerated 55-0, and Tonopah Valley 7-6.