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.”
The JH Falcon Soccer team collected their first win if the season, defeating Cicero Prep by a fianl of 10-1. The offense was led by Mustafa Al-Taee scoring three goals, and assisting on three additional scores. Devin Covarrubias added a first half hat trick (3 goals) of his own. James Winburn, Axel Garcia, Owen Sanchez and Ahmad Al-Salman all scoring goals as well. Goalkeeper Jesus Verdin recorded a shut out in the first half. After the game coach Frank said, “We hope to keep this momentum moving forward through the rest of the season.”
The Jr High Falcon soccer team came up short in their season opening contest against Paradise Honors by a final score of 8-0. The offense was sparked by Devin Covarrubias and Dani Helmintaler who played well in the opposing half. Defensively goalkeepers Nasser Sinnokrot and Jesus Verdin combined to stop 6 shots on the evening. “At the end of the day, we are still learning to play together as a unit. With more attention to detail and focus in our practices, we expect to have better results as we progress through this season,” Coach Frank said after the game.
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 Girls Soccer lost 4-0 Friday night against Cicero Prep. The girls played a long game against a strong team with energy and determination. Goalkeeper Chloe Morrissey-Bracken made 8 saves. Brianna Armer had one shot on goal. “The girls always leave it all on the field and they encourage each other to do their best. It has been a good season.” -Coach Guyette
JH girls soccer lost 10-0 to Anthem Prep Tuesday night. They played hard with no substitutions and worked their positions well. Goalkeeper Chloe Morrissey-Bracken had 10 saves. “The girls really played a tough game against a talented team. But they have a lot to be proud of and this game brings us closer as a team.” -Coach Guyette
JH girls soccer lost 8-1 to Lincoln Prep. The girls played hard, leaving it all out on the field. Passing and positioning are improving. Brianna Armer scored on a free kick. Goalkeeper Chloe Morrissey-Bracken had 5 key saves. “The girls are greatly improving their passing and working on their communication. They are encouraging each other as they are learning together.” -Coach Guyette