After the final day of regular season competition, the entries for the Arizona Interscholastic Association Division III swimming and diving meet are set. We've got a list of which Sedona Red Rock High School swimmers are competing, and in what events, here.
The No. 13-seeded Sedona Red Rock High School volleyball team started off strong against No. 20 Chandler Preparatory Academy, but in the end was swept 3-0 [23-25, 23-25, 14-25] by the Titans on Thursday, Oct. 26.
The Scorpions [14-4, 8-2 Central Region] had prepared for what their opponents brought to the table, but struggled to execute against it during the Conference 2A Play-In match.
Sedona Red Rock High School’s football team trailed 21-14 in the third quarter, but ultimately suffered a 30-14 defeat to Verde Valley rival Camp Verde High School at home on Friday, Oct. 27.
The Scorpions [0-9, 0-5] bid farewell to six seniors during halftime of the season finale, marking the end of a winless season that drastically changed with the injury of senior quarterback Javi Pacheco in the third game.
Click here to read the latest athlete Q&A, this week with Sedona Red Rock High School senior Chenoa Crans.
ub competed in the penultimate race of the Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 21 and 22.
Comprised of sixth- to 12th-grade students from around the Verde Valley, the team traveled to McDowell Mountain Regional Park for the event.
Sedona Red Rock High School’s volleyball team spoiled Central Region foe Northland Preparatory Academy’s homecoming with a five-set win on Oct. 6.
The Scorpions would not allow the Spartans to return the favor in a 3-1 [25-22, 25-14, 16-25, 25-22] win on senior night, during homecoming week, on Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Red Rock [14-3, 8-2] went up 2-0 before the visitors [11-6, 5-5] won the third set marred with errors. The hosts claimed victory in the fourth, never trailing but ceding a tie on six separate occasions.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association Division III swimming and diving state meet is less than two weeks away, and a handful of Sedona Red Rock High School swimmers are in the picture — for now.
Unlike Divisions I and II, which have certain time standards for qualification, in Division III just the top 24 individuals and top 16 relay teams from each event get the nod.