Sedona Red Rock High School’s track and field team hosted its final meet of the season, the Sedona Invitational, on April 18 before heading to the Valley Christian Invitational on Saturday, April 22.

At Sedona, junior pole vaulter Julia Koss and sophomore pole vaulter Forrest Hartley reached new heights.

Sedona Red Rock High School’s eighth-ranked golf team played a pair of Division III Section V matches last week.

The Scorpions [14-3] started April 17 against Camp Verde High School at Verde Santa Fe Golf Course.

Sedona Red Rock Junior High School’s baseball team picked up wins over two teams to which it had previously lost en route to the Verde Valley Athletic Association championship on Saturday, April 22.

The championship game, played at Sedona Red Rock High School, saw a back-and-forth matchup between the Scorpions and Camp Verde Middle School, who was undefeated on the season.

The second edition of the Verde Valley rivalry game, while still a run-rule loss in the end, saw a much-improved performance from the young, inexperienced Sedona Red Rock High School softball team.

Instead of being down 14-0 after the third inning, the Scorpions [4-11, 3-6] faced just a 5-0 deficit against No. 6-ranked Camp Verde High School en route to the 11-1 loss on Tuesday, April 18.

Sedona Red Rock High School’s young baseball team played tough defense early on but ultimately gave senior-heavy Verde Valley rival Camp Verde High School the momentum, and runs needed to take a 9-0 decision on Tuesday,
April 18.

The Scorpions [3-10, 2-4 Central] came up against strong pitching in Cowboy senior Carson Zale along with a relentless defense that did not commit a single error.

Members of both Sedona Red Rock High School’s tennis teams begin play in the Arizona Interscholastic Association Division III State tournament Friday, April 21, at the Paseo Racquet Center in Glendale.

One singles player and one doubles duo from both the boys and girls team will represent the Scorpions. Every team in the division is guaranteed a singles and doubles entry.

Sedona Red Rock High School senior Chas Rescigno signed a national letter of intent to play football at Concordia University-Ann Arbor in Michigan on Wednesday, April 19.

Rescigno, who will compete for time as a quarterback, also considered Simpson College but ultimately chose to join the Cardinals for academic reasons.

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