Varsity Volleyball vs Odyssey

The Falcons opened up a three game home stand tonight taking on Odyssey Institute and once again has continued improving on offense. The Falcons dropped the match, 3-0. Tonight’s standouts were Jaci Norton with six kills while Emily Wales added another five kills and five aces. “Our defense played tough, but it is hard to stop ball being hit over the block. We will had some chances and hung tough against a very strong opponent,” said Coach Dan.

JV Volleyball vs Odyssey

North Pointe’s JV team lost to Odyssey Institute 2-0 but made it very exciting. The Falcons weren’t receiving serves well but we made some really good defensive plays. Gen Agsaulio, Gabbie Garcia, Ayannah Glesmann, and Shavonne Street all had a great showing from the service line. Also good attacks came from Emilly Cass and Madi Honesto. “We continue to play better and improve with every match,” coach Keith.

Varsity Volleyball at Casteel

Tonight North Pointe traveled to Queen Creek taking on Casteel losing, 3-0.  It was a strong rebound from the previous game, as the Falcons played strong defense and had long rally after long rally.  Abby Rice and Jaci Norton led the way with four kills a piece, and Jaci Norton also added a pair of aces. “Overall, the score didn’t reflect how well they played together. It was statistically our best game of the season, we just weren’t able to close out points,” said Coach Dan.

JV Volleyball at Casteel

Tonight North Pointe’s JV Volleyball team fell to another very good team at Casteel High School, 2-0. Casteel’s serves caused us the Falcons problems and we just couldn’t stop them. North Pointe showed great serves of our own from Gen Agsaulio, Gabbie Garcia, Shavonne Street, Haley Flannagan, and Madi Honesto. Shavonne Street had an outstanding block against Casteel. “We’ll keep trying and working to get better,” said coach Keith.

Jr. High Football vs Paradise Honors at Trivium Prep

The Falcons suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday, falling to the Panthers by a score of 16-6. The offense was led by Kevin Valenzuela who tossed a 96 yard touchdown pass to Corey Hines. Defensively, linebacker Devin Covarrubias led the charge with an interception that helped spark the team. “Overall, I found some great things to build on, but we also have a lot to work on as we prepare to face Trivium next week,” Coach Scott said after the game.

Varsity Cross Country at Fountain Hills Park

Today the Falcon Cross Country team ran in the Fountain Hills Invitational at Fountain Hills Park. Nearly everyone on the team improved their times from last week. For the boys Israel Hurtado improved his time by over two minutes. Freshman Kevin Medina had a great run with a time of 23:16. For the girls Alena Cass improved by over six minutes and Faith Guy improved by almost four. “We have another meet on Wednesday that we hope to continue seeing better times,” said Coach Harrison.

Varsity Football at Chandler Prep

The Falcons defense put together another dominating performance tonight. Nijel Rosado returned a Chandler Prep fumble that was forced by Michael Zipprich 65 yards for a touchdown. Daniel Ritchie put together 36 carries for 154 yards and 1 TD. The Falcons came up short with a loss of 13-12. After the game Coach Norris said, “players win games and coaches lose them. I will go back to the drawing board so that our young men are better prepared for Chino Valley HS next week.”