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Valley Christian High School Varsity Softball beat ASU Prep 12-1

Tuesday, April 26, 2016 3:45 PM ASU Prep AWAY 1 Valley Christian High School HOME 12 Game Recap Trojans picked up a 12-1 win behind a 15 hit offensive performance. Senior Hailey Heeringa led the charge offensively driving in five behind two home-runs. Sophomore Julianna Gay went 3-3 with 3 runs scored and a RBI.

BREANNA LESLIE ’09 QUALIFIES FOR OLYMPIC TRIALS

A 2009 graduate of Valley Christian, Breanna Leslie qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon in July. She finished fifth in the Heptathlon at the Mt. Sac Relays earlier this month to earn her spot at the trials. Breanna stated, “The VCHS track and field program is what started it all. I am

ETHAN DEWIT ’16 SIGNS WITH SIOUX FALLS

Valley Christian senior student-athlete Ethan DeWit ’16 signed his National Letter of Intent during a ceremony at lunch in the library. Ethan will continue his education and play baseball at the University of Sioux Falls. An All-State and All-Division honoree during his career for the Trojans, Ethan currently leads the team in batting average (.574),

Athletic Physicals for 2016-17

Valley Christian will be hosting athletic physicals for the 2016-17 school year on Thursday, May 12th from 3:00-6:00pm in the Bradley Gym. The cost for the physical is $20. All athletes must have a completed physical for the 2016-17 school year before being allowed to participate in any school athletic activity. Our team doctor Steve

HEERINGA & RUTTER SIGN LETTERS OF INTENT

Two Valley Christian seniors recently signed their National Letters of Intent to continue their studies and compete in intercollegiate athletics next year. Hailey Heeringa ’16 signed with Dordt College over Spring Break to play softball for the Defenders. Caleb Rutter ’16 signed to play basketball at Judson University in a lunchtime ceremony this week. “We

GOLF FINISHES 20th AT CHAMPIONS

Trojan golf traveled to Palm Springs, California for the Champions Invitational last weekend. Valley Christian finished 20th out of 45 schools at the tournament. Adjusting to the conditions, the Trojans scored in the top 10 in the final round of play. The tournament featured 36 holes on the first day and 18 holes on the

MASON GOODELL ’16 SIGNS NLI

Valley Christian senior Mason Goodell ’16 signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his education and play football at William Jewell College in Missouri. Prior to seeing his senior year cut short due to injury, Goodell racked up 21 receptions for 300 yards and three touchdowns in six games. He finished his Valley Christian