This season for the Sedona Little League softball teams should be an exciting one with numerous players willing to learn anything, including new positions, how to hold a bat, and how to pitch with that funky motion that comes with the game of girls softball.

Nearly 30 players signed up to play softball this summer for the Sedona Little League, fielding a coach pitch team and a minors team on the diamond this season.

The Sedona Red Rock High golf team looked better than ever on Monday, April 20, as they traveled to Prescott and played under the hot sun at Antelope Hills Golf Course, defeating two other opponents for a victory.

Sedona put together some of its best golf this season shooting a team stroke score of 338 to defeat Chino Valley High [370] and Maricopa High [414].

The Sedona Red Rock High softball team improved their win streak to four games on Monday, April 20, as they traveled to Chino Valley High and got back on the bus with an 11-7 victory.

“We made a few mistakes but came away with the victory and that’s what matters,” first year Sedona head coach John Brown said.

After a frustrating loss to Estrella Foothills High on April 8 the Sedona Red Rock High softball team returned to the field of play on Monday, April 13, determined to get back on track. They did so, taking both games of a doubleheader with River Valley High.

“River Valley was the only team in our region we had not played; we weren’t really sure what to expect as they have played really well this season,” first year Sedona head coach John Brown said.

The boys tennis team at Sedona Red Rock High continues to dominate the competition with their most recent victim being Phoenix Christian Academy on Tuesday, April 7, as the Scorpions won, 8-1.

“Our boys should dominate the rest of the way; Phoenix Country Day was the only team to give us a loss,” Sedona head coach Larry Lineberry said.

With strength in the lineup from top to bottom, the Scorpions continued their winning ways on Tuesday by easily beating Phoenix Christian.

For only the second time in Sedona Red Rock High history, the Scorpions hosted a track and field meet, and this time, they invited Verde Valley rivals at Camp Verde and Mingus Union High for a little competition in the Sedona Invitational meet March 25.

Hundreds of participants not only from the Verde Valley but from Bourgade Catholic, Scottsdale Christian Academy and Chino Valley High as well, enjoyed the warm weather for an hour or so before cold winds and good ol’ Northern Arizona weather kicked in.

Do you love the smell of gun powder in the morning or the sound of arrows whizzing through the air?

Is your trigger finger itching to catch some shooting excitement? Or maybe you have fantasized about being the fastest shot in the West.

Small in stature, it might seem like the Sedona Red Rock High baseball players don’t have a chance when they walk onto the diamond prior to a game, any game for that matter.

But when sophomore second baseman Tyler Hollmann, the smallest kid on the field, hit a three-run home run just over the left field fence to make it 6-6 in the bottom of the seventh inning while the sun was going down against Estrella Foothills High on Monday, March 16, it was business as usual.