Valley Forge Girls Varsity Basketball

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Summer Patsko – busy on and off the court

Valley Forge High School basketball player-sportswriter busy on and off the court By John Benson, special to PARMA, Ohio — As much as the player-coach dynamic is well known in sports, one new frontier is that of the player-sportswriter. That’s exactly the role that Valley Forge High School sophomore Summer Patsko finds herself in this

Lady Patriots Improve to 3-1

By Summer Patsko The Valley Forge girls basketball team improved to 3-1 with a 49-47 non-conference win at Cuyahoga Heights. Lameice El-Madhoun scored 24 points, Summer Patsko had 10, Jada Benjamin had 7. The Patriots had an explosive first quarter out scoring Heights 12-2. The Patriots never trailed the entire game, but had trouble pulling

Lady Cagers Improve to 2-0

By Summer Patsko The Valley Forge girls basketball team improved to 2-0 with a 52-41 win at  Cloverleaf on Friday. Lameice El-Madhoun had a game high 25 points – shooting including five 3-pointers, 5 steals and 7 rebounds. The Patriots trailed 11-8 in the first quarter but used a 9-0 run to pull away with

Lady Patriots Win Season Opener

By Summer Patsko The Valley Forge girls basketball team  opened the season Wednesday with a 59-39 win over Fairview. It was Senior Night for the Patriots, and seniors Jada Benjamin and Lameice El Madhoun combined for 47 points. “We definitely came out a little unsteady and nervous at first, but with our senior leadership and

Girls Basketball Season Preview

By Summer Patsko Coach: Brittney Matuschek, 3rd season (3-19, 9-14) RETURNING LETTER WINNERS: Jada Benjamin, sr., 5-9 point guard; Lameice El- Madhoun sr., 5-5 shooting guard, Andrea Guerra sr. 5-9 – forward, Emily Beckner sr. 5-11 – center, Kaylaa Miller sr. 5-8 guard. Jurnee Amill so. 5-9 forward, Kailey Quinones so. 5-10 forward. OTHERS TO

Lady Patriots Hang On – Take Down Columbia 48-44

Feb 3, The Valley Forge girls basketball team traveled to Columbia to take on the Lady Raiders last night. The teams traded baskets early with the Patriots gaining the lead late in the first quarter and leading at half time 29-20. The second half opened with the Patriots pushing the lead to 16 points before

Lady Patriots 54 Greenwave 48.

January 15, The Lady Patriots opened the game on a 10-0 run and held a 12 point lead after the first quarter 18-6. Clutch shooting by Ava Workman and Jada Benjamin kept the Greenwave on edge all night. The game became a back and forth battle most of the second half. When Holy Name went on