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Valley Center Hornets Close Out 2018 With Win

The Valley Center Hornets close out the 2018 portion of the season with a 3-0 AVCTL-II record after defeating Andover Central 51-24.  The Hornets were able to control the dual following pins from Ben Carver, Alyeus Craig, Chase Faimon, Quentin Kirk, Jake Sarbaum and Andy Alonzo.  The other Hornets to earn wins were Devin Delforge,

Hornets Survive Tigers

The Valley Center Hornets began AVCTL-II duals this evening with a battle against Goddard-Eisenhower.  The Hornets were able to escape with a 42-31 victory which was decided in the final bout.  Luckily the Hornets were able to rely on the #1 ranked heavyweight in the state, Tony Caldwell to close out the dual with a

Hornets Sending 12 to State

This past weekend Valley Center was a hot bed for the best wrestlers in the state of Kansas.  VCHS gym was filled with 16 5A teams for the West Regionals.  The tournament was headlined by Goddard (#1 in 5A), Valley Center (#2 in 5A), Maize (#3 in 5A) and featured 6 of the top 10

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Hornets Were the Buzz at Newton TOC

The Hornets walked into the Newton TOC as a dark horse contender for the team title.  They walked out as champions.  In a competition field that featured over 100 ranked wrestlers, a finals that had 14 #1 ranked wrestlers, 7 of the top 10 All-Class teams and the #1 ranked 4A and 6A teams just

Hornets Compete Against Best

The Hornets started the year off with a bang.  The weekend was filled with top notch competition, which featured wrestling against 9 ranked teams including the #1 teams from 5A and 4A.  The Hornets have shown they can wrestle with the best the state has to offer. On Thursday they had a showdown against #2

Hornets Impressive at Bishop Carroll

The Valley Center Hornets closed out the first semester on an impressive showing at the Bishop Carroll tournament. In a 17 team tournament with ranked teams from 5A and 6A the Hornets were able to claim 2nd place, losing to Newton by 4.5 points.  Due to various reasons Valley Center did not bring a full