Click here to read the latest Athlete Q&A, this week with Scorpions midfielder Marissa Pedroza.
Just like the other prep sports teams in Sedona, the Sedona School Mountain Bike Club’s competitive race season came to an end.
The five-race-long season concluded on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 4 and 5, at White Tank Mountain Regional Park. The season means more to the team than just racing for the top spot.
After a second-place finish in the Conference 2A Central Region with an 8-2 record, five Sedona Red Rock High School volleyball players were named to the All-Central Region teams.
Senior libero Liza Westervelt was named Defensive Player of the Year as well as the first team libero.
Sedona Red Rock Junior High School’s volleyball team reached the semifinals of the Arizona Small School State Championship tournament on Friday, Nov. 3, but after consecutive losses finished without placing.
After coming back to beat Rock Point Community School 2-1 [26-28, 25-19, 15-10], the team lost to STAR School in the semifinal 2-0 [18-25, 14-25]. At one point the Scorpions led the first set 18-13, then STAR eighth grader Gracelyn Nez took over.
The season came to an end for a group of Sedona Red Rock High School swimmers during the Arizona Interscholastic Association Division III state meet on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3 and 4, at Phoenix Country Day School’s Dady Aquatic Center.
One of the top results came when the girls 200-yard medley relay broke an 11-year-old school record, taking 10th overall in 2:03.95. Overall, the majority of the group will return next year.
Click here to read the latest Athlete Q&A, this week with Scorpions senior swimmer and soccer player Guilherme Garcia.
At Sedona Red Rock High School there is a group of girls brought together by one common bond. Like a team, a family.
They wear uniforms. They practice. They even risk injury.