The Lady Falcons A Team competed against North Phoenix Prep. They lost the double header 25-6, 25-8 and 25-9, 25-6. Vanessa Sempoalt contributed to the score with a couple of excellent serves. “The Falcons encouraged one another on the court and worked hard,” said Coach Erickson.
The North Pointe Falcons B Team played at North Phoenix Prep. They lost the double header 25-15, 25-15 and 25-14, 25-17. Lorelei Spalding, Rosario Ramirez, and Alyssa Villalobos all contributed points with their serves. “It is exciting to watch the ladies work together on the court. There were several exciting rallies,” said Coach Erickson.
The Falcons Jr. High B Team played at Cicero Prep. The ladies played some great volleyball with some great rallies back and forth, but ultimately lost the doubleheader 25-20, 25-15 and 25-21, 25-6. Rosario Ramirez and Anissia Montenegro were hot at the serve line with several serves over and two aces. “The girls are playing together as a team, calling the ball. The first game in the second set was a nail-biter with the score going back and forth. We are so proud of the ladies on both teams,” said Coach Erickson.
The Falcons B Team played at Trivium Prep on Saturday. The B Team lost both sets 25-4, 25-14 and 25-5, 25-15. Addison Mitich was hot on the service line worth three aces. There were exciting rallies with Takyra Newman, Patricia Paez and Rosario Ramirez helping out their team. Shout out to Hope Chapman for her help on the sidelines. “The girls have improved so much in communicating and focusing on the ball,” said Coach Erickson.
The Jr. High Volleyball A Team played at Trivium Prep in Goodyear. The Falcons lost both sets 25-6, 25-4 and 25-5, 25-6. Alexander Ulloa had an ace serve. Gabriella Faast and Ariza Gonzalez had some nice digs in the match. Alaina Chorwira had an ace serve. “The ladies played hard against a really good team. We will continue to improve and work hard,” said Coach Erickson.
The Jr. High Lady Falcons A Team took on Glendale Prep on September 18, 2017 in the Nest. The ladies lost the double header 12-25, 16-25 and 7-25, 6-25. Mirtha Peralta contributed seven serves, three aces, to the score. Abby Wales added three points with her serves. “We are still working on communicating on the court. The ladies had some good rallies and digs. It was an exciting game to watch,” said Coach Erickson.