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…
Below are a few of the stories from the printed edition each week. Keep up with all the news by subscribing to the printed edition, or the online e-edition, of The Fountain Hills Times.
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.
In his second year coaching the Fountain Hills High School boys basketball team, Jeff Bonner said he is happy to see that the program is making leaps and bounds in the right direction.
The Fountain Hills boys volleyball team is entering into its second season as a program this week and, though they still have a long way to go in their development, the team has shown its commitment to getting better.
They might not be as stacked with proven talent as they have been in the past few years but the Fountain Hill High School beach volleyball team is already showing promise on the sand.
The Fountain Hills High School boys basketball post season came to a close this past week but head coach Jeff Bonner couldn’t think of a better game to end the season on.
When the wrestling season started last December at Fountain Hills High School, many of the local grapplers on the team where new to the sport. But now, at the end of the season, the young Falcons are starting to look like veterans on the mat.
The Fountain Hills High School boys soccer team put up a strong battle in its final game of the season, going all the way to penalty kicks in a showdown to get into the playoffs. Unfortunately for the local squad, it was not meant to be.
The Fountain Hills High School wrestling team competed in the state-qualifying sectionals meet last week and while only one Falcon qualified for the big meet, many were only one match away.
The Fountain Hills High School girls soccer team had hopes of finishing the regular season with a seven-game winning streak, but the Lady Falcons came up just short.
The fire that drove the Fountain Hills High School boys basketball team to win its first game of the week in overtime seemed to be lacking in the competition just a couple of nights later.
The Fountain Hills High School boys basketball team had one of its roughest weeks of the season, but head coach Jeff Bonner believes that it will be a learning experience.
After three weeks away from the mats, the Fountain Hills High School wrestling squad returned to action, competing in a dual meet and an invitational this past week.
The Fountain Hills High School boys basketball team suffered a tough loss last week. On Jan. 7, the Falcons traveled to Horizon Honors and lost out to the Eagles by a score of 67-35.