Two Fountain Hills High School swimmers represented the sophomore swim program this past week at the 2019 State Swim Meet.
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The Lady Falcons were hoping to continue the momentum from their previous weeks’ wins to close out the regular season but unfortunately the Falcons dropped their last two matches.
Over spring break, The Fountain Hills Unified School District athletics program received a surprise when the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) notified them that Fountain Hills would be move from the 3A Division to 2A.
The Falcons were able to stay in last Friday night’s football game for the first half but, according to head coach Jason Henslin, some “self-inflicted errors” caused a potential victory to slip through the team’s fingers.
The Falcons played in their third homecoming game in a row this past Friday down in Tucson but, unfortunately, they were unable to pull out the win this time around.
The Fountain Hills High School football team returned to its home field with some style this past Friday where they pulled off an impressive win in front of the homecoming crowd.
The Fountain Hills High School cross country team successfully hosted one of Arizona’s biggest races of the year this past Saturday, Sept. 14, all while setting some new personal records on the home course.
The Fountain Hills High School Cross Country team is back under the guidance of a new coach this season, but this coach isn’t really new to the world of Fountain Hills running.
A new athletic trainer, courtesy of the Fountain Hills Unified School District’s partnership with Spooner Physical Therapy, will be looking after Falcons on and off the field this year.
“Start strong, finish strong, Falcon strong” is still the mantra for the Fountain Hills High School swim team as members prepare to compete in the team’s second official season since being created last year.
Heading into the game last Friday night, Aug. 30, head coach Jason Henslin said the Fountain Hills High School football team was feeling confident about its chances against Odyssey Institute, but it appears that the Falcons still have some start-of-the-season jitters to work out.
The Fountain Hills High School girls volleyball team is returning this season under the guidance of a new coach, but for those who have been following the Lady Falcons for the past decade, Tia Kannapel is hardly a new face.
The Fountain Hills High School football team will return to the field this Friday, Aug. 23, against Northwest Christian with a more experienced and stronger roster than the team has fielded over the past couple of seasons.
The end of summer might be a bittersweet time for students, but there are silver linings to look forward to like the official kick off of the Falcons’ fall sports season on Friday, Aug. 23, the first football game of the year.
The fall sport season is finally returning now that school is back in session, and girls indoor volleyball is offering sponsorship opportunities to businesses and individuals in the community.
The start of the school year is just around the corner, and while some are dreading going back to the books, a group of Fountain Hills High School football players gathered in the halls of FHHS for the time-honored tradition of summer camp.
When head coach Jody Wilson took over the reins of the Fountain Hills High School Golf team this season, he wasn’t sure what to expect. Now with the season completed, Wilson knows that he has something special on his hand.
When looking back on the Fountain Hills High School Boys’ volleyball team’s first season it is important to look past the simplified story that the team’s record shows and instead look at how far the program, still in its infancy, has come in a season.
The small but mighty Fountain Hills High School golf team played in the state tournament on May 7 and 8 down in Tucson and, despite boasting a young team of golfers, the Falcons finished the tournament in the top 10.
Members of the 2019 Fountain Hills High School baseball team found themselves in a lot of tough jams this season. Sometimes the Falcons prevailed in these tight moments and other times they didn’t. But the one thing that was always true was that the team never gave up.
The 2019 Fountain Hills High School tennis team found itself in a unique situation this season. With only eight players on the roster for both the boys and girls, FHHS was unable to compete at meets with a full team. However, instead of using their small numbers as an excuse to fall back on,…
At the beginning of the 2019 season the Fountain Hills High School softball team had one goal for the months ahead: To change the ending. The Lady Falcons did just that, capping off their most successful season in more than a decade with a region title.
While the season might not have ended exactly the way they wanted, the Fountain Hills High School beach volleyball team accomplished a lot to be proud of in its 2019 season.
On Thursday, May 16, local physical therapy clinic Spooner & Shaft will hold an event for Fountain Hills Unified School District athletes who want to complete their AIA-required physical for the next school year while giving back to the FHUSD athletics program. This event is scheduled fr…