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.
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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.
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 high school girls basketball team suffered a narrow defeat last week, falling behind Northwest Christian by a final score of 54-47 during their lone match-up for the week on Tuesday, Jan. 26.
The 2021 wrestling season continues to present unique challenges, but head coach Luke Salzman said his squad is adapting to the changes and working to make the most out of every competition.
It was a rough start to the season for the Fountain Hills High School boys soccer team, but head coach Matt Pugliano is hopeful that the Falcons will be able to bring it all together.
The Fountain Hills High School girls basketball team is in for a tough battle for its 2021 season, but head coach Amanda Baca is feeling optimistic that her team will rise to the challenge.
Fall 2020 was the first sports season that Arizona and Fountain Hills competed in since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it was very different compared to seasons of years past.
While the 2020 season for the Fountain Hills High School cross country team was cut short, the Falcons were still able to put in hard work that head coach Nick Goodman believes will pay off for the young team of Falcons in the future.
The Lady Falcons were ready to say goodbye to their season but, by the strength of their schedule, the Fountain Hills High School volleyball team was able to play in the state tournament.
The Fountain Hills High School football is planning to host a game this Friday, Nov. 20, to make up for the canceled Senior Night. The Falcons will face off against Eastmark at home starting at 7 p.m.
Three years after creating the friendly rivalry game, “Battle of the Beeline,” Fountain Hills High School football head coach Jason Henslin finally had to turn over the victory trophy to Payson.
The Falcons suffered their first loss of the season this past week, but head coach Jason Henslin is focusing on the successes the team had in the game.
It was another tough week for the Lady Falcons, but volleyball head coach Pete McGloin feels that it provided another tough lesson that, if learned, will help the Falcons in the future.
This past week was a tougher one for the Fountain Hills High School volleyball team, but the local ladies and Head Coach Pete McGloin are keeping their heads high and using the week as a learning experience.
The Fountain Hills High School swim program is back and splashing in the pool, ready for its third season of competition. Like other fall sports, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected how the aquatic Falcons 2020 season will be carried out.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have changed some of the usual goals of the Fountain Hill High School girls volleyball team, but their number one rule of having fun and making memories is still intact.
It might be a highly unusual year for high school sports, but the Fountain Hills High School football team has been hard at work for months now and head coach Jason Henslin believes all that effort will make the difference in the next couple of months.
While it is still unclear what the 2020-21 athletics season will look like for the Fountain Hills High School Falcons, it is clear that when Fountain Hills sports do return, they’ll have a commitment to a new set of principles.
With the Fall sports season tentatively scheduled to start in early September the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) has released guidelines for how pregame and sports events themselves should be conducted safely in the age of COVID-19. Following is an outline of those procedures.
After the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancelation of the spring sport season, the question became when will high school athletics return? Members of the Fountain Hills High School football program, however, have not let that dissuade them from preparing for the fall 2020 season, even if the…
It was a phenomenal season for the Fountain Hills High School girls soccer team and, despite not going as far as they had hoped in the postseason due to injuries, the team’s performance has head coach Ken Waterbury excited to see what his squad is capable of come next season.
Kennedy Muhs, a 2019 Fountain Hills High School graduate and a freshman at Colorado Mesa University (CMU) studying exercise science, has qualified to compete at the National College Club Swimming Championships in Greensboro, N.C. from April 10-13.
Due to health concerns from COVID-19 the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA), the organization that handles high school sports, has announced that the spring sports season will be delayed until the end of March.