The batting cage at the upper field of Posse Grounds Park will be slimming down during its rebuild, which has yet to be scheduled.

The roof of the cages collapsed on Christmas evening due to the weight of the snowfall on Dec. 23 and 24.

The Sedona Red Rock High School basketball teams split their games at Glendale Preparatory Academy on Jan. 17.

The girls [20-0, 5-0] continued their tear through the 2A Central Section with a 57-29 win while the boys [14-7, 3-1] lost 57-55 in overtime. The boys are now tied for first place in the section with Northland Preparatory Academy, who beat Camp Verde High School 53-37, but holds the tiebreaker after its head-to-head win against the Spartans on Jan. 13.

Some the future boys and girls basketball players in Sedona had their free throw shooting skills put to the test on Saturday, Jan. 14.

The Sedona Elks Lodge held its yearly Elks Hoop Shoot in the gymnasium on the campus of Sedona Red Rock High School.

“If you look good, you feel good, if you feel good, you play good, if you play good, they pay good.”

Deion Sanders’ famous words were fitting for the Sedona Red Rock High School girls basketball team — looking good in sleek new jerseys — in its 2A Central Section contest against visiting Northland Preparatory Academy on Friday, Jan. 13. While the team, of course, does not get monetary payment, it did earn a 45-12 victory and maintained its undefeated record.

Sedona Red Rock High School boys basketball coach Kirk Westervelt said that his team has been gaining respect from other coaches and teams. Its 57-45 win over visiting Northland Preparatory Academy on Jan. 13 should add to that.

When it counted, the Scorpions [14-6, 3-0] avenged a loss to the Spartans earlier in the season, 67-59 on Dec. 1 in its first round game of the Red Rock Hoops Classic. With the win, the Scorpions, who have won eight of their last nine, ascended to the top rung in the 2A Central Section.

The Sedona Red Rock Junior High School eighth grade boys basketball team went undefeated in an eighth-grade team tournament held at Cottonwood Middle School on Saturday, Jan. 14.

Five wins out of five and an average of almost 40 points per game were the highlights for the Scorpions [16-2, 10-1].

Sedona Red Rock High School’s boys and girls soccer teams earned road wins on Jan. 10, with the boys trouncing Tonopah Valley High School 7-1 while the girls defeated the NFL YET Academy 5-0 in their second matchup of the season.