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Hornet Girls Lose to Andover Central

The Valley Center girls basketball hosted Andover Central on Homecoming Friday night.  Andover Central came out with hot shooting taking an early 11 point lead in the 1st quarter.  They didn’t slow down in the 2nd period as they made a total of six 3 point shots in the half.  The score at the break

Hornet Bowlers Brave Tough Lanes, Competition at AVCTL

The Valley Center High School bowlers started their trifecta of post-season tournaments with the Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League tournament Thursday at Seneca Bowl.  Entering the meet, the boys were seeded first after a 4-1 league dual season while the girls were seeded fifth.  The all-day tournament featured a morning of junior varsity 10-pin series

Lefto Honored as Nominee for KSHSAA Spirit of Sport Award

Congrats to Senior Jakin Lefto on his nomination for the KSHSAA Spirit of the Sport Award. This award recognizes individuals who exemplify the positive spirit of sport and ideals reflecting the core mission of education based athletics and activities.  Congrats Jakin, we are proud of you! -Coach Smith

Valley Point Golf Course to Offer Summer Green Fee Pass for Students

Valley Point Golf Course is offering a Summer Green Fee Punch Pass for VC students entering grades 6-12. The pass will allow students to play 9-holes per day from June 1st through July 31st. The pass will be available through Valley Point Golf Course beginning May 1st for purchase. The cost of this will be

Valley Center Girls Fall to Andover 32-40

Valley Center Girls only managed 8 points in the 1st half against the Andover Trojans on Tuesday night.  Defensively, the Hornets competed, holding Andover to 17, but the Trojans still took a 9 point lead into the halftime break.  However, after falling behind by as many as 15, the second half saw seniors Alyssa Turner and Aysia

Hornet Bowlers Chug Past Railers

The Valley Center Hornet bowlers played in their final dual as the season junctions towards league and regional tournaments. And if ever there was an appropriate time for the adage “save the best for last,” Tuesday’s dual with Newton was it. On the boys side, the Hornets got off to a slow start with only