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Lady Falcs Tip Off Season, Fall to Harrisonville 34-49

The Lady Falcons opened their season with a first round loss to Harrisonville, 34-49 in the Summit Christian Tournament.  The Falcs started off the game with cold shooting, falling behind 5-12 in the first quarter.  Their defensive effort in the second quarter helped them get back into the game, trailing 17-18 at half.  Unfortunately, The Lady

Special K’s Punch Tickets to State

The Falcon Cross Country team ran in the District Championships in Smithville, MO on 10/28.  Karli Schnakenberg (JR) finished 14th (22:23) on an extremely cold morning run for the girls team.  This will be her third trip to Jefferson City for the State Championships.  It is impressive work from the junior, as she rehabbed back from

Daniel Orozco Makes the Front Page!

Daniel Orozco (SR, GK) gets his own story in the Examiner.  Check it out! http://www.examiner.net/sports/20171025/saving-grace-van-horns-orozco-learns-from-mistake-becomes-top-goalkeeper

Falcons Truck ‘Tonka 6-0

The Falcon soccer team moved to 25-0 with a 6-0 victory over Winnetonka in the district semifinal.  The Falcons were not sharp, but still dominated play.  The Falcons will play East in a derby match with a ticket to state on the line. The game will be on 10/25, 6:00pm at Staley High School. Stats:

Wounded Falcons Fight Grandview, but Fall 7-34

The Falcons headed into district quarterfinals with a roster of injured players, but still managed to fight Grandview evenly for three quarters, before falling 7-34.  The Falcons’ ground and pound offense generated 157 total yards on the night, all of them rushing.  The Falcon defense remained stout until the fourth quarter, using three interceptions to keep the

Falcons Defeat Grain Valley, Head to Playoffs 24-0

The Falcon soccer team defeated Grain Valley 1-0 on Senior Night.  A raucous Los Halcones Nation filled Van Horn with a standing room only crowd to cheer on the Falcon seniors.  It was a special night as the packed crowd cheered on all eleven senior starters.  The Falcons had the better of the chances on the