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Patriots “Great Effort” pays off in first win over John Marshall

The Valley Forge Patriot football team earned their first win of the season defeating the John Marshall Lawyers 42-0.   The Patriots executed with success on both sides of the football while playing together as a cohesive unit.   On defense, the Patriots earned a shut out by great tackling and 4 turnovers. Nick Kugler,

Volleyball claws their way to victory

8/30/2017 The Bedford Bearcats put up a great fight but in the end the Patriots Volleyball team clawed their way to victory. Lily Nelson, the setter, had 22 assists. Other notable players were Nikki Kacsmarik with 6 kills, Jamie Hager and Erica Horton each with 4 kills. The Patriots didn’t make a lot of kills

Girls Soccer falls to Cleveland Heights in high paced match

On Wednesday August 30, the Valley Forge girls’ soccer team traveled to Cleveland Heights for their second match of the regular season. The lady Patriots entered the game at 1-0. Both high-paced teams battled for midfield advantage all game but Valley Forge fell short as Heights edged them out on a final score of 1-0. Defenders Emma

Boys soccer falls to crosstown rival Padua 4-1

Tuesday, August 29th – The Valley Forge Patriots boys soccer team traveled to Padua Franciscan High School to face their crosstown rival Padua Bruins. Valley Forge entered to game 0-0-2 looking to win their first game of the season. The Patriots went down 3-0 at halftime eventually losing to the Bruins by a 4-1 score.

Volleyball team plays tough and smart – gets first win!

On Saturday, 8/26 the Patriots Volleyball team travelled to Brush High School to play their third match and get their first win of the season.  The Patriots were lead by Lily Nelson, the setter, with 19 assists. Other notable players were Nikki Kacsmarik with 5 kills, Jamie Hager with 6 kills, Kelly Conner with 8

Cross Country teams show great improvement at the GLC Preview Meet

THE PATRIOT CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS ENJOYED THE COOL MORNING WEATHER TO BEGIN THEIR SEASON ALONG THE LAKE ERIE SHORE AT CAHOON PARK. THE MEN SHOWED GREAT IMPROVEMENT FROM LAST YEARS TWO RACES ON THE BAY VILLAGE HOME COURSE. THE TOP MEN PATRIOT FINISHERS WERE : 7th ERNIE KEETON 17th LOGAN SMITH 32nd JUSTIN SWANBERG 34th JACOB

Girls Soccer earns first win of the season

On Tuesday August 22, the Valley Forge girls’ soccer team hosted Laurel High School at James Day Park. The game finished 9-1 in favor of the Lady Patriots. Kasey Golaboff led the offense with three goals and three assists. Kelsey Lee scored three goals and was chosen as the coaches’ “player of the match.” Brittany Smith