Entering the 2017-18 season, there was some uncertainty as to how the Sedona Red Rock High School girls basketball team would be able to play.

In fact, weeks before the season started there almost was not a team at all.

Nonetheless the Scorpions ran their way to a 58-28 season debut win over Chino Valley High School on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

A game-winning shot propelled the Sedona Red Rock High School’s boys basketball team to a 51-50 win that felt more like a narrow escape than a hard-earned win over Chino Valley High School on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

The Scorpions were energetic at both ends of the floor only in the first half, and only survived the Cougars’ frenetic second-half comeback as senior guard Hayden Bruce hit a long two-pointer with 21 seconds remaining to lift the team to victory.

Follow this page throughout the day on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1 and 2, to keep up with all of the scores from the tournament at Sedona Red Rock High School. Updates will be posted as quickly as possible.

After seeing initial changes to the Conference 2A Central Region, in which Sedona Red Rock High School and Camp Verde High School compete, there was a drastic remodeling following the appeals process.

Balancing the equity in travel demands from schools within the metro Phoenix area and the rural schools was the main reason for the makeover.

Two members of the Verde Valley High Performance Swim Team competed at the IM Xtreme Games swim meet at Kino Aquatics Center in Mesa from Friday, Nov. 17 to Sunday, Nov. 19.

There are high school teams that get together for a three-month-or-so season. And then there are programs.

First-year coach Daniel Valenzuela takes over the Sedona Red Rock High School boys soccer team with intentions of creating a program.

Even with first-year head coach Daniel Valenzuela now at the helm of the Sedona Red Rock High School boys soccer team, its culture of learning and progressing remains the same.

Naturally, Valenzuela wants his Scorpions team to win as many games as possible. But what is different is that through what he teaches he wants the players to dig deeper, to play in a more brainy way.