The Jr. High boys soccer team lost a physical contest 5-0 at Odyssey on Friday night. Great effort was turned in by Weston Lanier, Samuel Garlick and Captain Adolfo Tzaj. “This was a tough game against a tough opponent. I know how hard these guys work in practice and know victories are on the horizon for this team,” Coach Scott said after the game
The Lady Falcons lost a hard fought game Friday by a score of 5-0. Goalkeeper Darla Armer recorded 10 saves and the lady Falcons didn’t allow a goal in the second half. Kimberly Aguilar, Game Captain Alexis Monts, and Cheyenne Bringham all had great games on the offensive side of the ball. “This was our best performance of the season. As we clean up the little mistakes and continue to improve through practice, we will get better results,” Coach Scott said after the game.
The Falcons came up short against Scottsdale Christian by a score of 5-1. Offensively, the boys were lead by Joel Pfister who recorded his first goal of the year, and Tame Al-Taee who came within inches of scoring twice in the game. Defensively great efforts were turned in by Brayan Mendoza and Daniel Pacheco. “The team went through quite a bit this week and we had to play most of the second half with ten players due to a few of our guys getting hurt during the game. Despite that, the boys showed a lot of heart and never quit fighting,” Coach Scott said after the game.
Today, the Falcons were defeated by North Phoenix Prep by a score of 6-1. The lone goal scorer was Kevin Valenzula. Great defensive efforts were turned in by Damien Missman, Weston Lanier and Sam Garlick. “This team is getting better, but in soccer, teams tend to capitalize on little mistakes. Today we let to many little mistakes turn into goals. We are going to work hard in practice this week to make sure that we don’t have more little mistakes turn into big defeats,” Coach Scott said after the game.