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GLC All League Honors Announced

Monday November 20, 29 Valley Forge athletes earned all Great Lakes Conference honors last Monday night. Congratulations to the following athletes: First Team Honors Chris Hein – Boys Soccer Brandon Davidson – Boys Soccer Michael Pappas – Football Dylan Magda – Football Manch Gamache – Football Kasey Golaboff – Girls Soccer Annamarie Nedeljkovic – Girls

Girls Basketball Preview

     The Lady Patriots under second year coach Britt Korth looks to take a giant step forward this season. The Patriots graduated 9 Seniors last year and all 5 starters! The team is very young with only two seniors on the roster and in the rebuilding phase of the  program. “I am excited about the players

Boys & Girls Swimming Preview

The Valley Forge Swimming and Diving team, looks to change the face of the program this year under the direction of Kyle Hronek. The team this year has goals of placing Top 3 in conference with the man and woman power to do so. The team is continuing to grow to a solid 27 swimmer

Boys Basketball Preview

The Valley Forge Varsity Basketball Team is pounding the hardwood to prepare for the upcoming season and looks forward to competing again in the Great Lakes Conference. Coach Pat Teresi, enters his third year as head coach of the Patriots and is looking to get his alma mater to take a big step forward this

Wrestling Preview

The Valley Forge wrestling team under the guidance of fifth year coach Ryan Morton has been on the rise and expects this to continue throughout the coming season.  Last year they took third place in the conference, which was a great improvement from the year before when they tied for last.  With twelve returning letter winners

October Athletes of the Month

Performer of the Month Emily Zhang                                  Tyler Marzenski Scholar of the Month Natalie Greenwood                       Andrew Straub

Holy Name 49 Valley Forge 33

PARMA, Ohio – Holy Name outlasted Valley Forge in a tough win 49-33 in a Great Lakes Conference shootout. Valley Forge’s Mike Pappas had a great game of 19 carries for 235 yards and three touchdowns but it was not enough. Holy Name quarterback Joe Carter threw for 249 yards with four touchdowns on 15 for 28 passing

Patriots Advance to Second Round with Victory over Rhodes

Wednesday October 18th— The Boy’s soccer team hosted Rhodes High School in the first round of the playoffs at Byers Field. The Patriots were in control of the possession the entire first half and took a halftime lead of 2-0. The first half goal scorers were senior Brandon Davidson, and Junior Shawn Marzenski. The Patriots

GLC XC Championship Results

PATRIOT CROSS COUNTRY 2017 GLC CHAMPIONSHIP MEET SATURDAY 10/14 Team Finish Rocky River 24 points                       Bay 34 points Bay 31 points                                       Rocky River 50 points Normandy 108