The Carl Hayden varsity softball team traveled to Maryvale on Tuesday, March 24. They defeated the Panthers 8-2. By Seidi Castaneda
The JV softball team lost their lead in the 5th inning and ended up losing to Central 12-8 on Thursday, March 12. Photos by Jill Jones, edited by Kim Montenegro
The boys basketball team held its annual banquet on Monday, March 9. Some awards given out included: Student Athlete Award (freshmen) – Dominic Lovato Top Rebounder Award (freshmen) – Isaac…
First Half Second Half The boys basketball teams traveled to Cesar Chavez on Wednesday, Feb. 4 to compete against the Champions. Video by Jose Montes and Javon Lamb
First Half Second Half The boys basketball season ended with a home game against Independence on Friday, Feb. 6. The freshmen team lost 51-57, the JV team won 51-38, and…
The last game of the season was Friday, Feb. 6. The senior cheerleader and the senior boys basketball player were honored that night before the varsity game.
The Coconino boys basketball team traveled to Carl Hayden on Thursday, Jan. 29. The Falcon teams were victorious, with the freshmen winning 61-52, the JV team winning 67-44 and the…
First Half Second Half The Carl Hayden Falcons traveled to Alhambra on Friday, Jan. 23, to take on the Bruins in boys basketball. All three teams were victorious. The freshmen…
Athletic Director Victor Mena organized a recognition celebration for Coach Argie Rhymes on Thursday, Jan. 29. The special event took place before the boys basketball game against Coconino. Former Falcon…
This year’s girls basketball season hasn’t been a winning season, but the girls keep going and never stop doing what they love. To Kia Gurrara, the best game they played…
Friday, Nov. 8 – free band concert during advisory on the football field
Monday, Nov. 11 – Veterans Day; no school
Wednesday, Nov. 13 – District Late Start; classes begin at 10:40 am. PLC time for teachers.
Thursday, Nov. 14 – Yearbook Picture Day for freshmen, sophomores and juniors
Friday, Nov. 15 – 2nd Annual Falcon Talent Show, during advisory. Tickets are $2 in advance or $4 at the door.
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