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.
Grand Canyon student athletes competed in the state track meet in Mesa May 5.
Northern Arizona University professor Jean Balestrery had waited years to finally make the 20-mile round-trip hike to Havasupai Waterfalls in the Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms have had a busy season as they continue on their quest to qualify for the state track meet in May.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms track and field team competed at the Joseph City high school track meet March 30.
The Phantoms track and field team competed for the first time this season at the NPA Skydome Classic in Flagstaff March 3.
The Lady Phantoms’ season ended Feb. 16 with a 63-45 loss to 4th-ranked Baboquivari in the first round of the state tournament.
The Phantoms split their last two games, losing to rival Mogollon and picking up wins against Mayer.
January has been a month of tough losses and encouraging wins for the Phantoms, and head coach David Perkins said he is proud of the way the team is playing no matter what the scoreboard says.
As the season winds down, the Lady Phantoms are ramping up for another post-season run, going 5-1 over their last six games.
The Lady Phantoms chalked up another runaway win Jan. 6, defeating the Mayer Wildcats 54-31 at home.
The Phantoms lost a competitive game, 48-38, to 1A Central region rival Mogollon Dec. 15 in Heber, Arizona.
The Lady Phantoms’ undefeated streak came to an end Dec. 15 as they lost a close game 60-55 to 1A Central rival Mogollon in Heber, Arizona.
The Lady Phantoms continued their win streak last week, defeating both Holbrook and the Williams Vikings on the road.
After losing a tough game to Flagstaff BASIS in the Route 66 Holiday Classic, the Phantoms bounced back with a 48-45 win over the Yetis Dec. 4 at home.
The Grand Canyon Phantoms basketball teams once again kicked off their seasons this year at the Route 66 Holiday Classic tournament in Williams, Arizona, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2.
Grand Canyon students participated in the school’s annual turkey trot for a chance to win a Thanksgiving bird and pumpkin pie Dec. 16.
Grand Canyon students, along with their coaches and families, participate in the annual Girls on the Run program, culminating in a 5K run Nov. 11 at Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff.