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Janowski Returns to Districts; Lehmann gets a Shot

Feb 27, Last Saturday at Strongsville High School, Valley Forge’s five remaining wrestlers competed at the sectional tournament. Qualifying to the district tournament for the first time was senior Daniel Lehmann at 120. Also, making his second trip in a row will be junior Anthony Janowski at 160. Both wrestlers finished in 4th place. Qualifying

Nic Hakimian Sets School Record – Qualifies for the State Meet

Districts Wrap-Up Senior Nic Hakimian competed in three events this past weekend at the Northeast District Championships (200 free relay, 100 Butterfly and 50 Free). Last year Nic swam the 50 free at Districts and was determined this year to make the State Finals. Nic came into the meet seeded 4th with a time of

Patriots 61 Bucks 55

Feb 19, The Valley Forge Boys Basketball team traveled to Buckeye Friday looking to avenge a last second loss to the Bucks early this season. The Bucks jumped out to a quick lead by hitting three 3 pointers in the first quarter. The Patriots would crawl back with stingy defense and clutch shooting to tie

Lady Patriots 56 Lakewood 52

By Summer Patsko The Valley Forge girls basketball team has a chance to finish fifth in the first GLC tournament after Tuesday’s 56-52 win over Lakewood. The #6 Patriots play #5 Buckeye on Thursday in the fifth-place game. Jada Benjamin scored 11 points, Alysa Coyne, Jurnee Amill and Lameice El-Madhoun all had 10, Emily Beckner

Lady Patriots 45 – Fairview 26

By Summer Patsko After losing a late-season game to Fairview, the Valley Forge girls basketball team bounced back to beat the Warriors 45-26 on Saturday in the GLC tournament. This win means the #6 Patriots still have a chance to finish in fifth place in the tournament. They face #8 Lakewood on Tuesday. The winner

Patriots Fight Back Shock Lakewood in OT

Feb 5, The Valley Forge boys basketball team hosted the Lakewood Rangers on Friday in GLC action. The Patriots opened the game on an 11-0 run with quick baskets by Trell Marks and Tyler Quinones. The boys would lead by 6 at the end of the first. Lakewood would get their three point shooting going