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VCHS Soccer Future Hornet Night Thursday 4/26

On Thursday April  26th the Hornet Soccer Program will be hosting their biannual youth night against Goddard. All youth soccer teams participating in AYSO in Valley Center or members of the Valley Center Sting Soccer Club will receive free admittance as a team + 1 coach for the nights games. Notes: Teams are asked to approach the

JV tennis meet results from Hesston and Hutchinson on 4/16/18

Hesston team results: Trinity Academy 36, Valley Center 26, Conway Springs 21, McPherson 19, Smoky Valley 12, Hesston Black 10, Newton 9, Hesston Red 3 #1 singles: Logan Snyder – defeated Josh Leinbach (HessR) 6-4, lost to Dillon Bryant (TA) 1-6, defeated Ethan Jackson (NT) 6-0; 3rd place #2 singles: Jarrett Barton – defeated Jeremiah

Week at a Glance!

Many events this week! Our Band will also be headed to Colorado and Friday is Art Day (Details to be posted soon). Best of luck to all! -Coach Smith  

Madrigals get 1 at Regionals, advance to State

The VCHS Madrigals received 74/80 possible points to achieve a 1 rating at Regionals and will now go on to State. The score was the second highest in the schools history.

Softball vs. Garden City: Hornets Fall Despite Rowley’s Perfect Night

Game 1 – Taylor Rowley drove in four runs, but it wasn’t enough as the VCHS softball team fell to Garden City 12-6 in the first game on Friday. Rowley drove in runs on a home run in the third and a home run in the seventh. In all, the Hornets collected 12 hits and

Gillen Inks with Sterling

Congrats to Patrick Gillen on signing to play football at Sterling! We are excited to see you play at the next level! -Coach Smith

VCHS Soccer Pink Night Spring 2018 Partners with Goddard Eisenhower

Pink Night Spring 2018 The Valley Center Hornets and Goddard Eisenhower Tigers will be teaming up for their 8th Pink night event next Monday  4/16 for their match at Valley Center. If you Purchase 5 pink bracelets for $10, you will be granted admittance into the game. All proceeds will be donated to local charity

Girls Soccer on a Roll!

VALLEY CENTER–Azarael Rodriguez (Journalism Club)– The Lady Hornets are off to a great start in the soccer season. The girls have a record of 6-1 beating, Hutch, Salina Central, Wichita Trinity, Buhler, El Dorado, and Newton while their only loss is against Maize. Head Coach Steen Danielsen had high praises for the girls. “This team