Valley Forge Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 0 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Patriots 71 Rangers 63

The boys basketball team defeated the Lakewood Rangers 71-63 Tuesday night. The first half was a back and forth affair with each team taking the lead several times. The Patriots were able to withstand nine first half three pointers by the Rangers with six of their own and take a 36-35 lead at halftime. The

Patriots Outrun Fairview 68-60

Dec 15, The Boys Basketball team traveled to Fairview looking to avenge a 75-69 loss on Dec 4.  The Patriots would start fast opening the game on 6-0 run. The teams would trade baskets throughout the first quarter. Early in the second quarter Fairview scored on 5 consecutive possessions forcing coach Bokoch to call time

Boys Basketball Season Preview

Boys Basketball Season Preview The team is looking to improve on a record that was the best in 8 years. The Patriots have 4 starters returning from a team that finished the regular season going 7-9. Trell Marks returns as the team’s scoring and steals leader. Tyler Quinones led the team in field goal percentage.


Throughout my time at Valley Forge, I learned many things about being a student athlete. The most important thing that I learned is that your academics are the top priority and that the sports can wait. Without getting good grades and being a good student, the sports mean nothing. Another key thing that I learned

Boys Basketball Season Awards

Boys Basketball 2019-2020 The team had only one returning starter from the previous season and the rest of the players had little or no varsity experience. The inexperience and new system showed in the first set of games when the team started off 0-6. The players never quit and finished the last 16 regular season

Patriots 66 Redmen 53

The Valley Forge boys basketball team continued to their upward climb Friday night by upsetting the highly rated Parma Redmen. The Patriots are 7-9 since their 0-6 start. The team trailed 12-10 after one but the second quarter was a different story. The boys came out firing on all cylinders. Chris Sledge and Trell Marks