2017-2018 HS Athletic Schedule

2017-2018 Extracurricular Schedules

2017-2018 Winter Season

Robotics
Nov 18 at Campo Verde HS

Varsity and JV Boys Basketball
Nov 22, 24,25 at Paradse Honors Tournament (Varsity Only)
Dec 1 at Veritas Prep
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Dec 4 at Horizon Honors
JV 4:30 pm, Var 7:30 pm
Dec 8 vs American Leadership
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Dec 13 at Anthem Prep
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Dec 15 at Scottsdale Prep
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Dec 18 vs Odyssey
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Dec 20 vs Chandler Prep
JV 4:30 pm, Var 7 pm
Dec 28, 29, 30 at Phoenix Christian Tournament (Varsity Only)
Jan 2 at Fountain Hills
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Jan 5 vs Yuma Catholic
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Jan 6 vs Casteel at Talking Stick Resort Arena
Var 11:15 am
Jan 9 at Casteel
JV 5:30 pm
Jan 12 at Valley Christian
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Jan 16 vs ASU Prep
Var 7 pm
Jan 19 vs Fountain Hills
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Jan 23 at Yuma Catholic
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Jan 26 vs Casteel
JV 4 pm, Var 7 pm
Jan 30 vs Valley Christian
Var 7 pm
Jan 31 at North Phoenix Prep
JV 4 pm, Var 6 pm
Feb 2 as ASU Prep
Var 7 pm

Varsity and JV Girls Basketball
Nov 20, 21, 22 at Deer Valley Tournament (Varsity Only)
Dec 1 at Glendale Prep
JV 2:30 pm
Dec 1 at Veritas Prep
Var 5:30 pm
Dec 4 at Horizon Honors
JV 3 pm, Var 6 pm
Dec 5 vs Glendale Prep
JV 5:30 pm
Dec 5 vs Rancho Solano
Var 7 pm
Dec 8 vs American Leadership
JV 2:30 pm, Var 5:30 pm
Dec 13 at Anthem Prep
Var 5:30 pm
Dec 15 at Scottsdale Prep
Var 5:30 pm
Dec 18 vs Odyssey
Var 5:30 pm
Dec 20 vs Chandler Prep
JV 3 pm, Var 6 pm
Dec 28 at Acadia Tournament (Varsity Only)
Jan 2 at Fountain Hills
Var 5:30 pm
Jan 5 vs Yuma Catholic
JV 2:30 pm, Var 5:30 pm
Jan 6 vs Casteel at Talking Stick Resort Arena
Var 9:30 am
Jan 9 at Casteel
JV 4 pm
Jan 12 at Valley Christian
JV 2:30 pm, Var 5:30 pm
Jan 16 vs ASU Prep
Var 5:30 pm
Jan 19 vs Fountain Hills
Var 5:30 pm
Jan 23 at Yuma Catholic
JV 2:30 pm, Var 5:30 pm
Jan 26 vs Casteel
JV 2:30 pm, Var 5:30 pm
Jan 30 vs Valley Christian
JV 2:30 pm, Var 5:30 pm
Feb 2 at ASU Prep
Var 5:30 pm

Varsity Boys Soccer
Dec 6 at Fountain Hills, 6 pm
Dec 7 vs Odyssey at Apollo HS, 6 pm
Dec 8 and 9 at AZ Lutheran Tournament
Dec 11 at Glendale Prep, 3:30 pm
Dec 12 at AZ College Prep, 6pm
Dec 14 at Valley Christian, 6 pm
Dec 18 vs Casteel at Apollo HS, 6 pm
Dec 20 at ASU Prep, 6 pm
Jan 9 at North Phx Prep, 3:30 pm
Jan 11 vs Veritas Prep at Apollo HS, 6 pm
Jan 12 vs Horizon Honors at Apollo HS, 2 pm
Jan 17 vs Anthem Prep at Anthem Community Park, 3 pm
Jan 25 vs Sedona Red Rock at Moon Valley HS, 6 pm

Varsity Girls Soccer
Nov 27 at Chandler Prep, 6 pm
Dec 6 at Fountain Hills, 4 pm
Dec 7 vs Odyssey at Apollo HS, 4 pm
Dec 11 vs Glendale Prep at Moon Valley HS, 4 pm
Dec 12 at AZ College Prep, 4pm
Dec 14 at Valley Christian, 4 pm
Dec 18 vs Casteel at Apollo HS, 4 pm
Dec 20 at ASU Prep, 4 pm
Jan 11 at Veritas Prep, 3:30 pm
Jan 16 vs Anthem Prep at Moon Valley HS, 4 pm
Jan 22 vs Horizon Honors at Apollo HS, 3:30 pm
Jan 25 vs Sedona Red Rock at Moon Valley HS, 4 pm

Competition Pom
Nov 11 – AIA Qualifiers at Verrado HS, 3:30 pm

Competition Cheer
Nov 11 – AIA Qualifiers at Verrado HS
Cheer – 2:12 pm, Partner Stunt – 2:54 pm

2018 Spring Athletics

Varsity Baseball
To Be Announced

Varsity Softball
To Be Announced

Varsity Track and Field
To Be Announced

Sand Volleyball
To Be Announced

2017 Fall Season

Varsity Football
August 17 – Scrimmage vs Tonopah Valley at Moon Valley, 6 pm
August 25 vs Veritas Prep at Moon Valley HS, 7 pm
Sept 1 vs Scottsdale Prep at Apollo HS, 7 pm
September 8 at Chandler Prep, 7 pm
September 15 vs Chino Valley at Moon Valley HS, 7 pm
September 22 at Odyssey Institute, 7 pm
September 29 vs Fountain Hills at Moon Valley HS, 7 pm
October 6 at Valley Christian, 7 pm
October 13 at Yuma Catholic, 7 pm
October 20 vs Casteel at Apollo HS, 7 pm
October 27 at ASU Prep, 7 pm

Varsity and JV Volleyball
August 29 at Veritas Prep
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
August 30 vs Fountain Hills
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
August 31 vs Joy Christian
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 5 at Scottsdale Prep
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 11 at Casteel
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 12 vs Odyssey
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 14 vs Rancho Solano
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 19 vs American Leadership
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 21 at Odyssey Institute
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 26 at Fountain Hills
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
September 28 at Yuma Catholic
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
October 10 vs ASU Prep
Var 6 pm
October 16 vs Valley Christian
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
October 17 vs Yuma Catholic
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
October 19 vs Casteel
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
October 24 at Valley Christian
JV 5 pm, Var 6 pm
October 26 at ASU Prep
Var 6 pm

Varsity Cross Country
September 2 Chandler Invite at Tumbleweed Park
September 9 Fountain Hills Invite at Fountain Hills Park
September 13 at Moon Valley HS
September 26 Valley Christian Invite at Kiwanis Park
October 10 at Cactus Shadows HS, 4 pm
October 13 Titan Invite at Crossroads Park
October 26 AIA Sectional at Rose Mofford

 

Varsity Football at ASU Prep

The North Pointe Falcon Football team ended their season on a very strong outing defeating the Sun Devils of ASU Prep, 42-0. Senior Daniel Ritchie carried the ball 19 times and amassed 161 yards with two touchdowns. Junior Joe Soriano had 11 carries for 103 yards and one TD. In total, your Falcons rushed for a combined 384 yards with additional carries by David Vargas (2 rushing touchdowns), Travis Evans (1 rushing touchdown), Christian Alley, Brevin Martin, Nijel Rosado and Cylar Alley. Cylar Alley connected with Senior Noah Farnsworth on a 34 yard reception. Defensively, your Falcons recorded their first shutout of the year and had four takeaways, three fumble recoveries and one interception. Junior Michael Zipprich recovered two ASU Prep fumbles, Sophomore Matthew McGovern recovered one fumble and Freshman Jesse Erlandson Gonzales had one interception. Sophomore Connor Christensen and Senior Noah Farnsworth both recorded two defensive sacks. After the game Coach Norris said, “I could not be more proud of these young men and how they ended this season. Going into the year we knew we had a special group of players, that when everything clicks, had the opportunity to do great things. The future here at North Pointe is brighter than its ever been, and as a coaching staff we are forever grateful for the foundation our seniors laid. Thank you Daniel Ritchie, Travis Evans, Noah Farnsworth, Emmanuel Peinado, Christian Alley, Justin Hodges and Zach Wilcox for an amazing season and allowing me to coach you, it has been a pleasure. Falcon Strong.”

Varsity Football vs Casteel

Senior night ended with a 63-0 defeat for our North Pointe Falcon Football team. Senior Daniel Ritchie set a new school record for individual rushing yards in a season with 605 yards with still one more game to go. Running back Joe Soriano-Garfias came out of his shell and rushed for 47 yards on just nine carries. Defensively our Falcons were mostly in position to make plays however, mental errors and correctable mistakes led to too many missed tackles. Juan Medina led our Falcons defensively with six solo tackles and one assisted tackle. After the game Coach Norris said, “I am proud of each and every senior on our squad and their effort tonight. Daniel Ritchie ran the ball hard and his new school record is a testament of not only his hard work, but also our offensive linemen up front that helped pave the way. Losses are not ever what we want as a program, but we will not allow these games to effect our attitude toward building a winning football program here at North Pointe. Falcon Strong!”

Varsity Football at Yuma Catholic

Our North Pointe Falcon Football Team made the long trek to face the Yuma Catholic Shamrocks tonight and suffered a loss of 58-0. Defensively, the Falcons held Yuma Catholic to one score in the 2nd half and was led by Daniel Ritchie’s eight tackles and David Vargas’ six tackles. On offense, the Falcons had a balanced rushing attack with Joe Soriano leading the running back group with 30 rushing yards. Nijel Rosado added 29 yards on the ground and Daniel Ritchie had 22 yards. Quarterback Cylar Alley completed three of his four passes for 41 yards with the longest going to Nijel Rosado for 20 yards. After the game Coach Norris said, “As always, tonight was a learning experience for our young team. I see some fight in our players eyes and that is encouraging as a coach to know your players desire greatness. Even though our win/loss record does not reflect the hard work our young men have put in, I know in my heart that these difficult games will pay off in the future.”

Varsity Football at Valley Christian

Our North Pointe Prep Falcon Football Team took on the Valley Christian Trojans and suffered a defeat of 62-6. Offensively, the Falcons were led by Travis Evans and his 76 rushing yards on 10 carries. Quarterback Cylar Alley connected with Noah Farnsworth on a six yard touchdown pass. On defense, North Pointe’s leading tackler was David Vargas with five tackles followed by Nijel Rosados four tackles. After the game Coach Norris said, “Every Friday night our young men learn valuable lessons; tonight was no different. We went up against an experienced football team with a football Hall of Famer Head Coach and held our own for the most part. If we can continue to chip away and take steps forward, these difficult games we’re currently playing will pay off in the future. I’m excited for the future of this program as we have quality young men that represent North Pointe positively on and off the football field.”

Varsity Football vs Fountain Hills

Homecoming Football Friday Night did not go as expected as our North Pointe Football team lost 50-0 to Fountain Hills HS. The bright spot of tonight was the 2nd half defense as our Falcons held Fountain Hills to one touchdown. Defensively, David Vargas led the team with five tackles and Joseph Faast followed with four tackles of his own. Travis Evans recovered the opening “pooch” kickoff by kicker Ali Al-Shiteawi. After the game Coach Norris said, “As I emphasized last week to our players, we are a young football team that is constantly learning. Tonight’s first half of football was littered with mental errors that we need to correct moving forward. We have a lot of young men that are playing football for the first time in their life, and I am proud of the effort we put forth in the 2nd half. Long term, these difficult games we are playing this season will benefit us in the future as I truly believe this football program is headed in the direction of greatness. Go Falcons!”

Varsity Football at Odyssey

Football Friday Night took place in Buckeye, AZĀ  against Odyssey Institute. Our Falcon Football team came up short with a score of 38-0. Senior Travis Evans recovered a fumble early in the game and also collected three tackles. Juan Medina led the Falcons defense with six tackles and a forced fumble. Daniel Ritchie led the Falcons offense with 36 yards rushing. After the game Coach Norris said, “We are a young football team that needs to learn how to fight through adversity. Each game is a learning tool for our young men and we will take away the positive moments from tonight and build upon them to build a championship program.”