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Valley drops make-up game to East

MCADAMS PARK (WICHITA)– The Valley Center Hornets lost 11-1 to the East High Blue Aces Monday afternoon in a 3pm make-up game.  The Hornets struggled defensively with 4 key errors in the early innings and couldn’t respond against tough pitching from the Aces.  Aaron Deihl had the lone hit for the Hornets. The Hornets are

Graham’s No-Hitter leads Hornets in Split with South

SALINA DEAN EVANS FIELD—The Valley Center Hornets Baseball team played a Saturday makeup doubleheader in Salina vs the South Cougars. After getting run-ruled game 1 the Hornets responded with one of their best games of the year.  Payton Graham threw a complete game no-hitter and the Hornets won 6-1. In game 2 Salina South got

Lady Hornet Wrestling

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5A Tennis Regional results from McPherson on 5/3/19

Team Scores: Salina Central 22, Maize 12, Valley Center 8, McPherson 7, Newton 7, Salina South 1, Great Bend 1, Hays 0 Singles: Alejandro Torrelly – defeated Jackson Schrader (McP) 6-2,6-0; lost to Collin Phelps (SC) 4-6,6-4,11-13; lost to Bode Carter (MZ) 5-7,3-6 Josiah Farney – lost to Jonah Schloneger (NT) 0-6,2-6 Doubles: Donnie Rowson/Bryden

Softball at Salina South

Game 1: Valley Center Falls To Salina South After Fifth Inning Score Friday’s game against Salina South was a heartbreaker for Valley Center, as they lost the lead late in a 5-3 defeat. The game was tied at three with Salina South batting in the bottom of the fifth when Abby Miller singled on a

Hornet Hall of Fame Nominations Needed

We are looking for more nominations! They are due by July 1st. Please fill out the form at this link to nominate someone: 

Varsity Softball vs. Newton 5/2/19

Game 1: Valley Center Nabs Win Over Newton Despite Early 3-Run Inning Valley Center weathered a push by Newton in the first inning, but VC still won 7-5 in the first game on Thursday. The offensive onslaught by Newton was led by Mallory Leirer and Kenna Cusick, all driving in runs in the frame. Newton