Agua Fria Coed Varsity Volleyball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A
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Mens Volleyball Triple Header

By: Carter Weeg This season the Varsity men’s volleyball team has played their hearts out and fought hard in their section. But recently the varsity team has not been playing as well. The Owls fell to NFL Yet HS in four sets on April 25, bringing their record to 4-12. In the triple header the

Men’s Volleyball Falls to Goldwater

By Carter Weeg Follow me @CW17_Owlfeed On both levels, men’s JV and Varsity volleyball lost to Barry Goldwater on March 28. JV lost 18-25 in the first set and 16-25 in the second set. Varsity lost 22-25 in the first set, 17-25 in the second set and 13-25 in the third and final set. In

Men’s Volleyball Looks to Get Back on Track at Home

By: Alex Vasquez Follow me @Alx_owlfeed The varsity men’s volleyball team traveled across the traffic-ridden 10 freeway to Marcos de Niza High School last week and lost in 4 sets. The boys battled, but came up just short against a strong defensive unit from de Niza. This brings the team’s record to 4-2. They had

Spring Sports are here!

  By Carter Weeg Follow me on twitter @Cw17_Owlfeed Winter sports are nearing the end of their season but spring sports such as baseball, softball, track and field, tennis, and men’s volleyball are starting again. baseball tryouts start on Monday February 6th so make sure guys to be ready to hit, catch, and play ball.

Winter Season is Nearing Mid-Way Point

Owl Nation, Congratulations to all of our Fall sports teams as they completed a very successful season! It is nearly the Mid-Way point of our Winter sports where games, matches and tournaments are taking place. The Winter sports offered include: Basketball, Wrestling and Soccer. The Owls Men’s Basketball Team started successfully with a great showing

Varsity W Volleyball Wins Division at Nike Tournament

The Varsity Owls Volleyball team finished the Nike Tournament of Champions by beating Buena High School for the Championship in the Topaz Division. Friday the Owls were off to a slow start but Saturday they showed up to play and fought their way to the top. Freshman Kasiah Johnson was named Most Outstanding Player for