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AFHS Cross Country Continues Steady Progress

By: Kallie Swanson OwlFeed Journalist Our Agua Fria owl runners traveled to Fountain Hills for their very first invite of the year. Our boys and girls raced well, but they faced tough competition. The runners times were definitely a huge improvement from the first meet, almost everyone was able to run faster than their previous

Swim and Dive Finishes Last Home Meet with a Win

Adriana Moreno OwlFeed Journalist Agua Fria’s Swim and Dive team has been very busy these past couple weeks. The team had a meet against Buckeye Union High School on Aug. 31, 2017, and another one against Youngker High School on Sept. 9, 2017. The girls’ swim team won both meets against Buckeye Union and Youngker

AF Softball Fall league and open fields underway!

Its that time again!  Please keep checking on updates for softball fall scheduled practices! Girls currently in fall league will be practicing on Mondays and Tuesdays….. All other student athletes interested in softball can join us for open fields on Fridays from 3:30-5p.m. beginning next week.

Boys Golf Team Lays Foundation For Bright Future

By: Kallie Swanson OwlFeed Journalist The Agua Fria boys golf team took to the Palm Valley golf course for their very first match on August 29. The boys competed against the Desert Edge, Dysart, and Buckeye High School boys. The boys competed well, and there were many medalist for this competitive match. The team is

Football Team Back in Action Tonight After Tough Loss to North Canyon

By: Alex Mascia OwlFeed The Agua Fria Owls took the field on Friday, September 8th against North Canyon High School. The Owls took a devastating loss to North Canyon, the score was 21-28. This was a tough loss for the Owls considering that North Canyon came from behind in the final minutes of the game.

W Volleyball Bounces Back From Opening Loss

By: Adriana Moreno OwlFeed Journalist Agua Fria’s varsity women’s volleyball team played its first home game against Centennial High School on Tuesday, August 29, 2017. It was an intense game against a team with “bigger and stronger blockage,” said coach Stephanie Parker. Despite the team giving it their all at the game, they came up