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.
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.”
The North Pointe Falcons were in action again Thursday against Veritas Prep. Despite improvement on both ends of the field, the Falcons lost 6-0. The offense showed flashes led by Darla Armer and Citclaly Ortiz. The defense was led by the goaltending of Cynthia Gil and Chloe Santini. “From yesterday’s game to todays, the difference was night and day. We came out ready to play and executed some parts of our game plan. I feel like we’re heading in the right direction going into our final games,” Coach Scott said after the game.
The North Pointe Falcons lost to Anthem Prep by a final score of 11-0. The Falcons knocked off the rust of more than a month off and held the top team in the state to only 3 second half goals. Sara Strey and Victoria Munoz led the offense. While Cynthia Gil had 12 saves and Kim Aguilar had 6 steals on defense. “Overall, I was pleased with the way we responded today. They played inspired ball for 40 minutes against a high level opponent and held them to 5 shots in the second half. I think we’re figuring out that we can play with anyone, which will help going forward,” Coach Scott said after the game.
The Falcons fell to the Colts of Casteel by a final score of 13-0. The defense was much improved and communicated well throughout the contest. Sophomore Wendy Medoza and Seniors Citclaly Ortiz and Sabrina Bohn played strong on both sides of the ball. Senior Captain Cynthia Gil led the defense with another great night in net. “We’ve have a chance to get a lot of our younger players more time on the field and we’re starting to put all the pieces together. I’m looking forward to seeing the improvement continue in our next contest,” Coach Scott said after the game.
The Falcons fell to the Trojans of Valley Christian by a score of 12-0. The offense struggled to control the ball much of the game. However, Sabrina Bohn played solid on both sides of the ball all game. Defensively Cynthia Gil had another solid night in net with 24 first half saves. “The ladies played well despite being severely shorthanded for tonight’s game. I was proud to see a resilient group play through adversity and never give up on the game,” Coach Scott said after the contest.
The Falcons were in action again on Tuesday night, falling to the Knights 3-1. Freshman Darla Armer kicked off the scoring putting home a Sabrina Bohn pass at the 15 minute mark. The Knights leveled the score at the 20 minute mark and added a goal just before the half. The defense played great in the second half, but allowed a third goal late in the contest as injuries took their toll. “We played a great game tonight against a good team. We had to put a few people in more significant minutes and they all stepped and accepted the challenge. This was a great example of playing with Falcon PRIDE, and hopefully we carry the lessons from this game into our next contest on Thursday,” Coach Scott said after the game.