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The Falcon golf team ended the regular season on a strong note, taking first place at an event hosted out of Camelback Golf Club on April 27, besting teams from Horizon Honors and Phoenix Country Day School.

The Falcon baseball team ended the regular season with two solid performances, besting Camp Verde 3-1 on the road April 27 before toppling the same team 10-0 on April 30 in front of the hometown crowd. That puts the Falcons at 10-6 in conference play, 7-3 in the region, good enough for #2 se…

Last week saw the Lady Falcons play just about every type of softball game imaginable, dropping an extremely close showdown against Camp Verde on April 27 before taking some licks from Payson on April 28, only to turn around and earn a big victory against Camp Verde on April 30.

The Fountain Hills High School beach volleyball team managed to keep a perfect regular season record after adding two more wins to the tally last week, going 3-2 against both Northwest Christian and Saguaro to move to a showing of 13-0 and earn the section title.

The Falcon track squad is heading toward the season’s finish line, with athletes hoping to record some state-qualifying times and distances before the regular season draws to a close.

The high school tennis squad has wrapped the regular season, with a pair of Falcons set to play in the state tournament.

With the 2021 golf season drawing to a close, the Falcons have qualified for the state tournament. That event will be hosted out of Tucson on May 10-11.

The high school softball squad lost a pair of games last week, both against the team from Bourgade Catholic.

The Falcons took on North Pointe Prep and Notre Dame Prep last week, adding two more wins to the beach volleyball squad’s season total. That puts the local ladies at 11-0 on the season, with two more matches left in regular play.

It was a 2-1 week for the high school baseball team, which lost a narrow battle against Chino Valley on April 21, sandwiched between decisive victories against Bourgade Catholic on April 20 and April 23.

The Falcon golf squad had a successful tournament last week, taking second place out of 10 teams at the 27-hole White Mountain Invitational. The only team to top the Falcons was Valley Christian.

The Falcon tennis squad played a couple of home matches this past week, including a showdown against Lincoln Prep on April 14 and another against Cicero Prep on April 15.

It was a big week for the high school baseball team, with the Falcons besting Payson on April 12 before dominating Page in both rounds of a doubleheader over the weekend.

The Falcon beach volleyball squad added another two wins to its undefeated season total, besting teams from Sequoia Pathway (5-0) and Gilbert Christian (3-2) to move to 9-0 on the season.

The high school softball squad played three games last week, dropping an April 12 showdown with Payson before falling behind in back-to-back games against the team from Page.

The high school tennis season is up and running, with both the boys and girls squads on the lookout for that first big win of the year.

The Falcon baseball team played two games last week, losing a close battle with Chino Valley on April 6 before dropping a more decisive showdown against the team from Valley Christian. The April 9 game against Chino Valley was cancelled.

According to head coach Nick Goodman, the Fountain Hills High School track and field team is off to a great start for the 2021 season.

The Falcon beach volleyball team kept its undefeated record going strong last week, besting Horizon Honors and AZ College Prep by final scores of 4-1. This moves the team to a 7-0 record on the season with section matches set to begin next week.

The high school softball squad went 1-2 last week, winning a close battle against Valley Christian bookended by losses to Chino Valley.

It was another tough week for the high school softball squad, with the Lady Falcons dropping both games in a double-header against the squad from Northwest Christian on April 1.

The Falcon beach volleyball squad kept its perfect record alive last week, besting the team from Rancho Solano Prep on the road March 29 (5-0) before toppling Seton Catholic Prep (4-1) in front of the hometown crowd on March 31.

The high school softball squad dropped two games last week, including a high-scoring contest against Eastmark on March 25 and a more reserved showdown against Benjamin Franklin the following afternoon.

The Fountain Hills High School beach volleyball team is now 3-0 on the season, this past week besting the team from Flagstaff 4-1 on March 22 before toppling Scottsdale Prep 5-0.

The Falcon baseball squad had a tough week, dropping a game to Gilbert Christian, 7-3, before falling to Scottsdale Christian the following day, 9-6.

The beach volleyball season is underway, with the local ladies kicking things off in a big way. The team traveled to play Veritas Prep on March 17, going on to win by a final score of 5-0.

The Falcon boys basketball team wrapped its season in the state semifinals, dropping a showdown against the Snowflake Lobos by a score of 40-35.

The beach volleyball season officially begins this afternoon, March 17, with a 4 p.m. road game against the squad from Veritas Prep. Play continues next Monday, March 22, with another away match, this time against the team from Flagstaff at 3 p.m.

The boys soccer team went 2-1 through the final stretch of regular season matches, besting Phoenix Christian 8-1 before falling to Basis 2-1 and bouncing back for a 3-2 win over Glendale Prep. The team ended up with a 4-9 season record and 3-5 in region play. Unfortunately, that wasn’t quite…

The Fountain Hills High School girls soccer team ended the regular season on a high note, stretching their win streak to six straight games with a 3-0 victory over Glendale Prep over March 3. This moved the team to a 10-3 overall standing and 6-2 region record, good enough for the number fou…

The Fountain Hills High School wrestling squad recently wrapped its regular season with a pair of dual meets and will be sending its athletes to the state competition.

The high school boys basketball team may have ended the regular season with a rare loss, but head coach Jeffrey Bonner said the team’s outlook is sky high moving into the state tournament.

The high school girls basketball team played three games last week, dropping showdowns against Chino Valley, Camp Verde and Wickenburg.

The Falcon boys soccer team had a split week, besting Phoenix Christian by a sound margin on the road before losing an extremely close battle against the squad from Basis Phoenix at home.

Last week brought two more wins for the boys basketball team with the Falcons handily topping squads from Chino Valley and Wickenburg in front of the hometown crowd.

As head coach Ken Waterbury put it, the girls soccer team had a pair of “dominant wins” last week, besting Rancho Solano Prep on the road Feb. 22 by a score of 9-1 before topping Basis Phoenix at home on Feb. 25 by an even wider margin of 10-1.

Last week saw the Falcon grapplers take part in a trio of duals, with the local boys performing well in each match.

The wrestling season is winding down but, at this point in the run, head coach Luke Salzman said he is happy with the progress his Falcons are showing.

The high school boys soccer team had a split week, besting the squad from Tempe Prep before dropping a match against Scottsdale Christian Academy.

The Fountain Hills High School girls basketball team only played one game last week, falling behind Camp Verde on the home court on Feb. 16. The Page game scheduled for Feb. 19 was cancelled.

It was a split week for the boys basketball team, with the Falcons besting Camp Verde on Feb. 16 by the narrow margin on 62-58 before falling to Page on Feb. 19 by an equally narrow margin of 45-41.

The Fountain Hills High School girls soccer team had a solid week, claiming wins against Tempe Prep and Scottsdale Christian Academy to move to a 4-2 region record, 7-3 overall.

It was a very busy week for the Fountain Hills High School wrestling squad, taking part in three competitions in a matter of just four days.

The Fountain Hills High School boys soccer team only had one match this past week, but the Falcons made it count, earning their first victory of the season.

The Falcon wrestling squad had a light week of competition, but things are about to kick it up a notch as the local grapplers prepare for a week sporting three matches spread across just four days.

The Fountain Hills High School boys basketball team had another big week, earning three more victories against teams from Page, Coronado and Chino Valley.

The boys soccer team is still on the hunt for that first big win of the season after falling behind Scottsdale Prep during its Feb. 2 outing.