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Junior Community Service Day 2019

On April 10th VCHS juniors dedicated a day to helping others and giving back to the community through various tasks around town. Below is a link to a short clip that highlights their day of giving.   Below is the link to a dropbox filled with photos from April 10th: A huge thank you to all those who

Varsity Softball Loses the Lead Early in Both Games Against Maize South

Game 1 Valley Center watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 7-1 loss to Maize South on Tuesday. Maize South scored on a single by Ashlie Thissen in the first inning, a double by Leah Self in the second inning, and a home run by Lauren Johnson in the second inning.

Hornets competitive but lose close to Mavericks

MAIZE SOUTH-  The Valley Center Hornets lost two close games on the road tonight at Maize South.   Game 1 Valley Center Hornets Varsity Drops Game To Maize South After Late Score Valley Center Hornets Varsity stayed in it until the end, but Maize South pulled away late in a 6-3 victory on Tuesday. The game

Varsity Tennis results from Topeka Invitational on 4/22/19

Team Scores: Manhattan 46, Garden City 38, Wichita East 35, Valley Center 33, Maize 29, Derby 25, Lawrence Free State 24, Junction City 23, Topeka 23, Topeka B 18, Gardner-Edgerton 9, Topeka West 9 #1 singles: Alejandro Torrelly – lost to Bodie Carter (MZ) 4-8, lost to Huy Nguyen (GC) 7-8(10), defeated Kody Westerhaus (JC)

Valley Center Novice Tennis Invitational on 4/20/19

Team Scores: Valley Center Purple 27, Hesston 26, Newton 24, Maize 20, Conway Springs 16, Valley Center Gold 11, Derby 8. Purple Team: #1 singles: Marshall Fiebich – lost to Zack Latta (HS) 5-6(3), defeated Eric Sprocket (DB) 6-0, lost to Nathan Oswald (CS) 3-6, 4th place #2 singles: Kyler Palmer – defeated Jesse Spencer

Varsity Golf at Auburn Hills

Varsity golf started the week at Auburn Hills in the Maize South Invitational. The 8 team tournament at one of the longest public courses in the Wichita Area. The Hornets brought only four golfers as the two and three spot golfers , Caleb Fisher and Derek Barton were ill and out of town. We brought