Varsity Volleyball vs Anthem Prep

The North Pointe Lady Falcons battled against the Anthem Prep Eagles in their home opener. Inconsistencies in serve receive and a few difficult rotations for side out led to the Falcons’ loss 0-3. “Even though we lost the match, it doesn’t feel like we were beat. The girls really battled and kept their energy up the whole match. The first one is always a little rocky rediscovering the rotations and getting back in the swing of things. I’m really proud of the way we passed tonight, we just weren’t able to convert good passes to points,” says Coach Wolfer about tonight’s contest.  The Falcons have a busy week with an away game vs. Gilbert Christian and another home game against Flagstaff’s Northland Prep.

Varsity Boys Basketball vs Scottsdale Prep

The Falcons went back on the road tonight and faced a team that went to the Elite 8 in the postseason last year. The Spartans struggled to start but NEVER QUIT ONCE. The Falcons played great trap defense and forced over 15 turnovers tonight. Jay Brodeur led the Falcons tonight, scoring, defensively, and with intensity. Falcon Nation also traveled strong and made their presence felt tonight on the road in Scottsdale. “Scottsdale Prep is a heck of a team. They made the playoffs last year and we fought them hard. We made them work for every shot. Jay led the way making a spot start and brought the intensity. We narrowed a double digit deficit to a point difference, but ultimately they prevailed. Tough but fun game, we look forward to taking on Camp Verde Tuesday. We still LOVE BASKETBALL!!” – Coach Lalonde

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Tempe Prep

The North Pointe Falcons Girls Varsity Soccer team fell to the Knights of Tempe Prep by a final score of 13-0. The defense was under fire from the opening kick. Despite 10 saves from Sophomore goalkeeper Chloe Santini, the Falcons behind early. The offense struggled to find consistency in the midfield, however Sophomore Kim Aguilar managed to secure 12 steals on defense. “This season has been a challenge moving to a new region and being so young. We are yelling at the right time and moving towards our ultimate goals,” Coach Scott said after the game.

JH Soccer at Odyssey Institute

Tonight the Jr High Falcon soccer team played Odyssey Prep with an unfortunate final score of 4-2. Our offense was led by Devin Covarrubias scoring the first goal of the game and Mustafa Al-Taee scoring a late second half second goal. Our defense played very well with our goalie Nasser Sinnokrot saving an attempted 13 goals. Everyone on the team played very hard and with full heart. Coach Frank stated to the team that “although we did not come out victorious we are still going to work hard and look forward to our next match.”

Varsity Boys Basketball at Northland Prep

The Varsity Boys Basketball Falcons traveled up north to take on the Northland Prep Spartans. The Falcons came out of the gate strong, but runs by Northland Prep proved to be too much on this night. Dominick Vallelonga paced the Falcon offense hitting multiple first half 3s. In the end, the Spartans won 58-29.
“A tough night for our guys. We let their runs and bad officiating affect what we do. As much as we hate the loss, there were positives, and now in the words of champion Bill Belichick- We’re on the next opponent.” -Coach Lalonde

Varsity Boys Soccer at ASU Prep

Boys Varsity Soccer team played at ASU Prep tonight. The game was very exciting but we came up short 3-4. We struggled in the first half defensively and were down 2-4 at halftime. The second half was much better and we dominated possession but couldn’t quite come back. Leo Ibanez has 2 assists this game. Alex Ibanez scored a goal off a shot by Joel Pfister that bounced off the post. Center Back Ali Al Shiteawi had a nice goal from outside the box and Jameson Hernandez scored the other goal. The guys played some of our best soccer of the season during the second half. Hopefully we can carry the good play into the next game.