Jr High Boys and Girls Soccer helped St. Mary’s Food Bank Saturday for their Prep Cares service project. The two teams packed about 1,000 emergency food boxes for families in need across Arizona. The players had fun and worked hard for a 2 hour shift and represented North Pointe with pride.
Jr High Boys Soccer lost 3-0 to Cicero Prep Friday night. The boys played with aggressive offense and strong defense. oalkeeper Brayan Medina had 3 saves and Goalkeeper AJ Flannery had 1 save. “The boys kept a positive attitude and played to the last whistle. It has been a great season.” -Coach Guyette
JH Boys Soccer lost 6-2 to Anthem Prep Tuesday night. The boys tried new rotations and positions, including Anes Dizdar as goalkeeper. Brayan Mendoza and Kevin Valenzuela both scored. “The boys made a big effort and tried some new approaches. Some were more effective than others. We keep learning and putting our best foot forward.” -Coach Guyette
The JH Boys Soccer team won 7-1 against Lincoln Prep on Thursday. The team played their midfield aggressively and their defense conservatively. Bryan Medina had two saves. Caleb Zugaste had 1 goal and one assist. Kevin Valenzuela scored 4 goals. Brayan Mendoza scored 2 goals. Devin Covarrubias and Axel Garcia each scored one goal. “Our boys played hard and showed sportsmanship as they worked their positions down the field. They are learning to support each other on the field and from the sidelines.” -Coach Guyette
JH Boys Soccer lost 0-6 Tuesday against North Phoenix Prep. The boys played a good game, exemplified sportsmanship, and left the field having done their best. Goalkeepers Brayan Mendoza and Bryan Medina both had several saves and defender Ryker Northey made several key stops. “An away game is always hard, but the boys really did a great job. Our communication and passing is improving and we are looking forward to the rest of the season.” -Coach Guyette
JH Boys tied 2-2 against Odyssey Institute on Wednesday. The boys ran their positions and made several great breakaway plays that resulted in goals. Devin Covarrubias and Kevin Valenzuela each scored one goal. “These boys are energetic, passionate, and eager to improve. Each game we do our best and each game we finish strong.”