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Tis the Season for Bowling, Serving Others

Twas the night before Christmas Break and all through the school, the Hornet Bowlers revisited their winning ways, but not on the lanes. Instead, the Hornets took the night off to enjoy dinner, a Christmas movie, and most importantly, serving others. On Thursday, December 19th, the Hornet Bowlers gathered to write Holiday Greeting Cards to

Valley Center Wrestling Team Defeats #10 ranked Maize South

The Hornets hosts the Maize South Mavericks on Thursday night. Valley Center came up victorious as we defeated the Mavericks 45-29. Our middle weights cleaned up as we won 8 out of the 14 matches and the matches as we won with pin points on 7 matches which puts us way ahead of Maize South

Hornet Girls Fall to Salina Central.

Valley Center girls travel to Salina to take on the Salina Central Mustangs on Tuesday night. The mustangs jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. The hornets battled through the first half but found a little bit of offense behind Freshman Ali Coash.  But Valley Center’s defense struggled to stop the mustang offense.

Christmas Concert Canceled will Video tape instead

Due to weather and school cancelation, tonight’s VCHS Choir and Band Concerts have been canceled. The groups will video tape tuesday with Hornet Studios and send out the taped program to parents/students through Hornet Studios and Infinite Campus Messenger. All choir students are encouraged to wear school colors/gear Tuesday 12/17 for taping. Madrigals, are to wear

Valley Center Wrestlers finish 2nd at Clay Center Tournament

The Valley Center Wrestlers battled in a close team race on Saturday that came down to the final round. The Hornets put 4 wrestlers in the finals and placed 5 others in the top 4. Alyeus Craig won 1st place as he hammered his way through the bracket ending with a 1st period pin over

Hornets take 3rd in Eagle Classic

KINGMAN– The Valley Center Hornets Boys Basketball team beat the host Kingman Eagles 61-48 in the 3rd place game Saturday afternoon in Kingman.   Down early in the game 9-6, the hornets went on a 21-0 run and never looked back.  The Hornets had 3 players in double figures with Eli Isaacs leading the team with