With seven total players, including one who has never played before, Sedona Red Rock High School girls tennis coach Claudette Lalibrete has objectives outside of winning for the 2017 season.

Development for this Scorpions team that has three underclassmen and just one experienced senior is the key for the second-year coach.

While Sedona Red Rock High School boys tennis coach Phil Kovac returns just four players from a year ago, he still has big plans for his team.

Half of the team is new, but Kovac and company still have a team appearance at the 2017 Arizona Interscholastic Association Division III State Championships on their to-do list.

Early foul trouble led to a second-half breakdown that doomed the Sedona Red Rock Junior High School boys basketball team in the championship game of the Arizona Small Schools Basketball Championships.

The Scorpions [21-3] dropped a 35-26 overtime decision against Rock Point Community School on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Clarkdale-Jerome School.

The 12th annual Sedona Marathon Event was more than just a simple story of 3,090 people running between five kilometers and 26.2 miles.

Some dressed up in funny outfits, each of the 10 aid stations had a certain theme and one participant even ran barefoot.

With one hand already on the 2A Central Section title after its win at Northland Preparatory Academy on Jan. 31, the Sedona Red Rock High School boys basketball team had a chance to grasp it on Feb. 3.

The Scorpions [19-9, 5-3 2A Central] hosted the Glendale Preparatory Academy Griffins on senior night with the title on the line, a perfect setup for a memorable night for seniors Randy Rodriguez, Walker Cox, Dawson Stevenson and Chas Rescigno.

The Sedona Red Rock High School boys soccer team’s 2016-17 season has come to an end.

The No. 8 seed Scorpions fell 9-0 to No. 9 seed Yuma Catholic High School in the first round of the Arizona Interscholastic Association State Championship’s Division 3A tournament on Feb. 3 at Red Mountain Park in Mesa.

The night of Feb. 3, was a milestone for the Sedona Red Rock High School girls basketball team’s 2016-17 season.

It hosted senior night, honoring a duo of senior forwards, Sophia Perry and Hannah Ringel, but also officially captured the 2A Central Section’s automatic bid to the 2017 Arizona Interscholastic Association Championships and a first-round bye.

Village of Oak Creek resident Larry Lineberry has given a lot to the tennis community in Sedona and the Northern Arizona area at large.

Now the U.S. Tennis Association Southwest Section community has given him something in return: He was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the USTA Southwest Section at a ceremony held on Saturday, Jan. 28, at Scottsdale Plaza Resort.