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JV Volleyball @ Eisenhower

The JV girls opened with a strong set against the Tigers but ultimately could not clinch the win in 3. Next up was the Goddard Lions. The Hornets were able to defeat the Lions in 2. Eisenhower- L 25-21 20-25 12-25   Goddard-W 25-13 25-13  

Tough loss at Eisenhower

Hornets came out strong to win the first set against Eisenhower but dropped the final two games. (25-18, 17-25, 20-25) Next up the Hornets took on Goddard. Winning the first set again they took a quick lead but were unable to finish the match with a win. Final scores (25-23, 19-25, 23-25) The Hornets finish

JV Brings Two Top 10 Medals Home

Although a wet and soggy day at Derby Country Club, the JV golf team came home with two Top 10 medals. The five who competed were Abbi Wolf, Brooke Helton, Della O’Donnell, Libby Schurle and Kathryn Carlson. Both Abbi Wolf (3rd) and Brooke Helton (8th) took home medals after shooting 55 and 58. This was

Varsity Golf at Sierra Hills Cancelled Due to Weather/JV Still Set to Play

The Varsity Golf Tournament at Sierra Hills on 9/4 has been cancelled due to weather and extensive amounts of rain in the area. The reschedule date has not been set but will most likely be set later this month. JV Golf at Derby Country Club is still going forward with their tournament although it will

Hornet Students Learning and Serving

You might recognize some new faces at this fall’s senior lunches at the Valley Center Community Building.  The Senior Services department for the City of Valley Center hosts senior lunches every Tuesday and Thursday at noon.  This fall, each of our fall sports/activities will be sending a few students out to help serve the food and interact

Manhattan Invitational Results

Congratulations to today’s medalists: Holly Smith (5th place JV race) and Sarah Schaar (11th place varsity race)! Meet results can be found at: http://www.my-finish.com/form.php?race_name=manhattanhs18

Football Kicks off Tonight!

MAIZE–(Ellie Quintanar, Journalism Club) Get ready to chant and cheer, Hornet fans, because the tonight marks the beginning of the football season! However to the players, the game has been a work-in-progress since school ended. Alex Sanchez, a varsity player, explains how summer conditioning was operated. “We focused mainly on getting faster, stronger and smarter