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.

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Phoenix Country Day HS

The Falcons Girls Varsity Soccer Team was defeated by the Eagles of Phoenix Country Day by a final score of 6-0 on Thursday night. The defense played tough against a good scoring team. Sophomore Darla Armer led the team with 11 steals and 2 shots on goal. Sophomore Kim Aguilar and Senior Sara Strey added a combined 13 steals for the game. Freshman goalkeeper Hannah Vogler bounced back tonight, allowing no goals on 4 shots in 15 minutes of play. “We have been coming together slowly this season, but we are just now to the midpoint of our season. With 5 games remaining, we still have time to make this season a successful one,” Coach Scott said after the game.

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Coronado HS

The Falcons Varsity Girls Soccer team was in action Tuesday night against the Dons of Coronado. Despite a strong second half, the Falcons fell by a final of 10-0.  Goalkeepers Sara Strey & Hannah Vogler each recorded 8 saves. Freshman Defenders Emily Castillo and Katelyn Gundacker combined for 8 steals. The offense was led by Freshman Amelia Murray and Senior Kimberly Roche-Montes. “As we approach the heart of our schedule, we need to take every opportunity to get better. We will prepare hard for our next contest on Thursday,” Coach Scott said after the game.

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Trivium Prep

The Lady Falcons Varsity Soccer Team lost a tough contest against the Trivium Prep Knights 7-0. The Falcons fell behind early despite Sophomore Goalkeeper 12 first half saves. In the second half, the falcons played tremendous defense led by Freshman Emily Castillo and Senior Captain Sara Strey who combined for 15 steals. “We’ve shown great improvement early this season. While we’ve had our setbacks, our young team is finding their roles and coming together for the second half,” Coach Scott said after the game.

Varsity Girls Soccer at NFL Yet College Prep

The Varsity Girls Soccer team suffered a tough loss to the Eagles of NFL Yet College Prep by a final score of 10-0. The offense struggled to find consistency and the defense fell behind early. Christina Vu led the team with 8 steals. The goalkeeping tandem of Hannah Vogler and Chloe Santini combined for 5 saves on the night. “Overall we are very early in the season. As we get more games under our belts, I expect our results to get better,” Coach Scott said after the contest.

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Sedona

The Falcons ended their season today, losing their finale to Sedona Red Rock 7-0. The Falcons were led offensively by Darla Armer, Citclaly Ortiz and Kim Aguilar. The defense was tough all night with Freshman Chloe Santini collecting 10 saves. Cynthia Gil, Mary Mena, Desi Mena, and Nydia Villegas all had 2 steals. “I want to thank all of the Seniors who put in 3 years to make this team something special this season. As we look towards the future, next season we will look to build on our successes this season,” Coach Scott said after the game.

Varsity Girls Soccer defeats Horizon Honors

The North Pointe Falcons secured the first shutout victory in team history, defeating Horizon Honors by a score of 6-0. The offense got clicking early with Freshman Darla Armer scoring in the 5th minute. Junior Captain Sara Strey captured a first half hat trick (3 goals) scoring in the 12th, 29th, and 30th minute. Darla Armer added goals in the 72nd and 77th to complete her own hat trick. Sara Strey, Victoria Munoz and Wendy Mendoza also added assists in the victory. The defense was not to be outdone with Senior Captain Cynthia Gil and Sara Strey combining for the shutout in goal. After the game, Coach Scott said, “I couldn’t be happier with the way this team has come together and improved every time out. We have looked really good at times this season and tonight everything fell into place for us to collect this shutout. These ladies work unbelievably hard in practice and the results are starting match the effort we put forth in practice.”