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Hornets Topple Trojans, Record Board on Senior Night

In their final appearance at Eastgate lanes for the 2020 season, the Valley Center Hornet bowlers gave their senior bowlers and fans the greatest parting gift of all: Wins, both individual and team, over a league rival. “You could tell in warm ups it was going to be a challenging night,” said coach Phillip Van

Hornets Wrestle Tough at the Newton Tournament of Champions

The 57th Annual Newton Tournament of Champions went under way as the Valley Center Hornet Wrestling Team competed with the best wrestlers in the State. The tournament was compiled of 32 teams which included the top ranked teams from 6a, 5a , 4a and 321a, as well as some tough teams from Texas and Oklahoma. 

KSHSAA 5A STATE DEBATE

The Valley Center Debate program completed its 2019-20 debate season with its 9th consecutive state appearance under Coach Couvelha with the team of Paige Fry (sr) and Reannah Berry (so) competing at the KSHSAA 5A State Debate Tournament in Hutchinson Friday and Saturday, January 17-18th.  Paige and Reannah advanced through six elimination rounds before their run

Doubles Duel for First VC Bowling Invitational Title

If good things come in pairs, the Valley Center High School bowling team was rolling in it Thursday.  In year two, the Hornet coaching staff organized a small invitational with a twist. “Coach Owens and my buddy who coaches the Cheney team wanted to do something that showcased the camaraderie and teamwork of bowling,” said

Students attend the 48th annual Kansas Thespian Festival

Last weekend, 27 Valley Center High School theater students participated in the 48th annual Kansas Thespian Festival. Students took the opportunity to participate in workshops given by industry professionals and attend performances showcasing the best theater programs in the state.  “I feel like the trip is going to benefit my future. I went to workshops

Hornets lose in OT on road at Ark City

ARKANSAS CITY— The Valley Center Hornets had another heartbreaking loss in league play Tuesday night 54-57. Rallying from an 8 point 2nd half deficit the Hornets had the ball for the final shot with the game tied. Eli Isaacs’ driving layup was just long and Braydon Gray’s tip in rolled out and the game went