The Phantoms held their own against the Joseph City Wildcats in the first half of the Feb. 1 game, down by just 8 points at intermission, the game still firmly within reach.
The Lady Phantoms coasted for three quarters in the Jan. 25 game against the Williams Lady Vikings, but the game came down to the final moments of the game as junior Cayli Miles sank a clutch three-pointer for the road win, 66-63.
The Lady Phantoms’ younger players saw significant playing time in the team’s runaway win over the Holbrook Lady Roadrunners on the road Jan. 18.
For a team decimated by injuries this season, the Phantoms were firmly within upset territory for the entire game against the top-ranked Mustangs Jan. 11.
When you want something, you set a goal and you go for it.
After a West Coast Jamboree tournament, the Lady Phantoms won two in their return to northern Arizona.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms took two tough losses before the winter break, bringing their record to 4-8 for the first half of the season.
In their fast-paced, high-scoring style, the Lady Phantoms ran over the Joseph City Wildcats, 59-25, at home Dec. 14.
With the regular season now in full swing, the Grand Canyon Phantoms basketball teams are facing rematches with some of their toughest competitors throughout the season.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms and Lady Phantoms had a strong showing at the Route 66 Holiday Classic Nov. 29-Dec. 2 in Ash Fork and Williams.
Seven Grand Canyon Phantoms were named to AIA's all-region soccer and volleyball teams.
The Grand Canyon Middle School girls basketball team defeated Maine Consolidated in a recent game Nov. 17.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms boys and girls basketball teams won their opening games against the Fredonia Lynx Nov. 24.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms soccer team lost a tough game on the road to Ash Fork Oct. 18.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms volleyball team hosted Shonto Prep Oct. 10.
Anyone who has ever wandered even a mile down Bright Angel or South Kaibab trail can attest to the fact that going down is a lot easier than coming back up. Now, imagine you’re blind.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms dropped a game to the Camp Verde Cowboys Sept. 20.
The Grand Canyon Youth Baseball group is looking to finish its first season strong as the kids learn more fundamentals of the game.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms scored an impressive 6-0 victory over Leading Edge Academy at home Sept. 15.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms volleyball team practices in preparation for the upcoming season, which begins Sept. 8.
The Phantoms middle school and high school soccer teams began practice Aug. 6.
The pop of baseballs hitting metal bats of the excited cheers of youngsters returned to the Grand Canyon Aug. 7 as the Rec Center teamed up with Kaibab Learning Center to provide youth baseball nights Tuesdays and Wednesdays through September.
Grand Canyon youth participated in Challenger British Soccer Camp June 4-8 at the school soccer field.
On June 1, the Hualapai Nation Game and Fish Department issued a public notice about camping on Hualapai land along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon.
Twelve-year-old Max Hurndon has just completed his second do-it-yourself paddle of the Grand Canyon, Lee’s Ferry to Pearce Ferry.