PRESCOTT GUN CLUB

February 8, 2017
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Prescott Gun Club - Inaugural Podcast on QuadPod

In today's first segment of The Prescott Gun Club, we speak with Don Grier, Owner of the Prescott Gun Club, the city's only indoor shooting range. Don is an attorney and firearms expert.  We talk about the gensis of the club, classes, events and the importance of firearms training.

Future episodes of the Prescott Gun Club podcast will include:

  • "So You Decided to Buy a Firearm. What now?"
  • Safety Considerations
  • Classes in firearms safety and training
  • Legal Issues
  • Self Defense and Justification
  • Basic Marksmanship

FINAL SCORE - FEB 7 WEEKLY SPORTS UPDATE

February 6, 2017
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NORTHERN ARIZONA SUNS

Five Northern Arizona Suns players scored double-digit points including two who notched a double-double as the NAZ Suns broke their five-game losing streak on Saturday, beating the Santa Cruz Warriors 108-93 in front of over 2,500 fans at the Prescott Valley Event Center. The Northern Arizona Suns (13-15) will now embark on a long road trip starting with a matchup against the Delaware 87ers (16-14) on Tuesday and won’t return to the Prescott Valley Event Center until Wednesday February 22nd for a matchup against the Windy City Bulls.

 

PRESCOTT BADGERS

The Prescott High School girl’s soccer team picked up a big win on Saturday beating the Sunrise Mountain Mustangs 3-0 to advance to the semi-finals of the 4A State Playoffs. A victory on Wednesday against Thunderbird on Wednesday would send the Badgers to the 4A Championship Game. 

 

The Prescott Badgers boy’s basketball team ended the regular season on a losing note, falling to Coconino 63-59 in the makeup game on Saturday. The team’s regular season record finishes at 12-13 overall with a 4-8 mark in section play. The team will now compete in the Grand Region Tournament with a game against Mohave today at 8:00pm.

 

The girl’s basketball team also didn’t have any luck finishing the regular season on a high note as the Badgers dropped their makeup game against Coconino 48-22 on Saturday. Badgers will now compete in the Grand Region Tournament with a matchup against rival Bradshaw today at 2pm.

 

BRADSHAW MOUNTAIN BEARS

Bradshaw Mountain’s boy’s soccer team fell in the State Tournament Game last week 1-0 against Gila Ridge on a penalty shot, ending their playoff hopes. The team went 8-3-1 on the year while picking up the school’s first Grand Canyon title in the sport going 6-0 in section.

 

The Bears boy’s basketball team ended the season on a low note Friday as the team dropped their last regular season game 53-42 against Seton Catholic. Final regular season mark for the Bears was 5-13 with a 5-7 record in section play. Season is not over yet for the Bears as the team will compete in the Grand Canyon Regional Tournament against Mingus today at Flagstaff High School with a noon tip-off.

 

The Bears women’s basketball team also didn’t have much luck to end the regular season last week as the squad lost to Seton Catholic 66-29 at home. Just like the boys, their season isn’t over yet as the Bears participate in the Grand Canyon Regional Tournament starting today at 2pm against rival Prescott at Flagstaff High School.

 

The regular season ended on a high note for the Bears wrestling team as the squad placed 5th in sectionals which is one of the best finishes in recent history. Bears will now advance four wrestlers to the state tournament this weekend at the Prescott Valley Event Center. The Bears notched three straight section championship final wins as freshman David Medeville and seniors Olijah Sally and Jacob Kidd all picked up victories.

 

CHINO VALLEY COUGARS

The Chino Valley Cougars men’s basketball team picked up the win on Friday against Wickenburg 67-62, which broke the two-game losing streak. Cougars now stand at 8-8 with a 4-4 section record going into their next game against Odyssey Institute at home Tuesday at 7pm.

 

Meanwhile, the Chino Valley Cougars women’s basketball team continue to slid losing their 10th game in a row on Friday, dropping the contest against Wickenburg  52-29 at home. Cougars look to rebound against Odyssey Institute on Tuesday at home. Tip-off is 5:30pm.

 

EMBRY RIDDLE EAGLES

The Embry Riddle Eagles basketball teams swept University of California-Merced on the road Saturday as the men’s basketball team won 50-42 while the women’s team picked up a 104-95 victory. Both teams are back on the home court against Benedictine University at Mesa as the women tipoff at 2pm and the men 4pm.

 

YAVAPAI COLLEGE ROUGHRIDERS

The Yavapai College Baseball team will open up the home portion of their schedule today at noon against Salt Lake Community College after going 2-2 on the opening weekend in Henderson Nevada. Meanwhile, the softball team will have their home opener on Tuesday at noon against Paradise Valley Community College following a 5-2 win against Phoenix College on Saturday.

 

PHOENIX SUNS

Phoenix Suns didn’t have much presence on the defensive portion of the court on Saturday, losing to Milwaukee Bucks 137-112 at home. Now sporting a 16-35 record, the Suns look to their next matchup against the New Orleans Pelicans tonight at 6pm on the road.

 

ARIZONA COYOTES

The Arizona Coyotes were able to pick up a 3-2 win against the San Jose Sharks in a shootout on the road Saturday night. Coyotes improve to 17-28-6 on the year as the team prepares for a matchup against the Montreal Canadians at home Thursday at 7pm.

FLASHBACK - FEB 7 WEEKLY NEWS UPDATE

February 6, 2017
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Robbery at Prescott Valley Safeway

Sgt. Jason Kaufman of the Prescott Valley Police Department announced on Sunday February 5th around 5am, an unknown white male robbed the Safeway Supermarket at 7720 State Highway 69 in Prescott Valley. According to the release, the suspect was described in his mid 30s while approximately six feet tall and weighing 190 pounds. 

 

The man was wearing blue jeans and a gray sweatshirt while walking out of the store with seven hundred dollars of merchandise not purchased, the release stated. The manager of the store confronted the suspect outside where the man threatened the manager with a baton but ran away leaving the stolen goods behind, according to the release.

 

The Prescott Valley Police is currently looking for the suspect and encourages anyone with information to contact the department at (928)-772-9267 or at silent witness by calling 1-800-932-3232.

 

Full Story:http://prescottvalleyenews.com/index.php/news/current-news/item/9707-robbery-at-prescott-valley-safeway-supermarket

 

B17 Inspires Young and Old at Prescott Airport

Patrons got to witness a bit of history over the weekend at the Prescott Airport as the WW2 B-17G Bomber was on display. Most have been scrapped but this one remains in tact and now serves as a museum to the past of aviation technology and the men and women who flew the plane. 

 

Full Story:http://prescottenews.com/index.php/community/aviation-fly-prescott/item/29304-the-b-17g-inspires-young-and-old-at-prescott-airport

 

Prescott Valley Files Lawsuit Seeking Damages for Library Defects

Heidi Dahms Foster from the town of Prescott Valley announced last week the town has field suit in Yavapai County Superior Court seeking damages against the architect and construction contractor for the joint facility which houses the library, public meeting room, NAU among others following the discovery of leaks in the roof which were weathering quickly after taking occupancy. 

 

Following an investigation, it was determined a design flaw and deficient construction lead to the issues, according to the release. The town has been trying to resolve the issues for years but both the architect company and the construction contractor pointed at each as the party at fault after the costs continued to rise, the release stated. 

 

Full Story: http://prescottvalleyenews.com/index.php/news/current-news/item/9672-prescott-valley-files-lawsuit-seeking-damages-for-library-defects

 

Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce Quarterly  Breakfast

At the 2017 Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Breakfast on Tuesday, many business individuals in the community spoke a message of hope for 2017 after a strong 2016. 

 

Full Story: http://prescottvalleyenews.com/index.php/news/current-news/item/9681-prescott-valley-economic-health-discussed-at-chamber-quarterly-breakfast

 

Prescott High School Girls' Soccer Advances to Semi-Finals

The Prescott High School girl’s soccer team picked up a big win on Saturday beating the Sunrise Mountain Mustangs 3-0 to advance to the semi-finals of the 4A State Playoffs. A victory on Wednesday against Thunderbird would send the Badgers to the 4A Championship Game. 

 

Full Story: http://prescottenews.com/index.php/sports/high-school-sports/item/29300-prescott-high-school-girls-soccer-advances-to-semi-finals

 

Northern Arizona Suns Break Losing Streak

Five Northern Arizona Suns players scored double-digit points including two who notched a double-double as the NAZ Suns broke their five-game losing streak on Saturday, beating the Santa Cruz Warriors 108-93 in front of over 2,500 fans at the Prescott Valley Event Center. The Northern Arizona Suns (13-15) will now embark on a long road trip starting with a matchup against the Delaware 87ers (16-14) on Tuesday and won’t return to the Prescott Valley Event Center until Wednesday February 22nd for a matchup against the Windy City Bulls.

Full Story: http://prescottvalleyenews.com/index.php/sports/item/9703-naz-suns-offense-overpowers-warriors-to-break-losing-streak