Valley Christian Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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Hanging as a Team / Sisters

The one thing you have to love and really appreciate about the Girls Basketball Program, is the fact that the Lady Trojans are able to not only play well together as a team on the court, but be able bond and be sisters off the court. This is the type of culture every sports program

Sisters / Teammates

The girls basketball prorgam does more than just workout, practice, and play.  When the opportunity presents itself, they also bond together as a family. A night out together. THAT’S WHAT ”SISTERS” DO! 1,2,3 TROJANS 4,5,6 FAMILY 7,8,9… TOGETHER!!

Supporting Their Teammate!

32F07517-E347-4A0C-8200-775528492A14 The Girls Basketball program are huge advocates of multi-sport athletes.  They encourage their players to participate in other sports than just basketball. They want to see each player grow and develop in all areas of athletics so that those skill sets not only translate on the basketball court, but are also seen by college

Megan Timmer ’17 named AIA Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Valley Christian senior Megan Timmer ’17 was presented with the AIA’s Scholar-Athlete Girl of the Year award at the Champions Luncheon on Monday, May 15 at University of Phoenix Stadium. Megan competed in both basketball and volleyball at Valley Christian over her four year high school career. She also served as the manager for beach

Trojans Capture ThunderRidge Tournament Title

Girls basketball traveled to Colorado last week to participate in the ThunderRidge Tournament in the Denver area. The Trojans opened the tournament with a game against Castle View, one of the favorites for Colorado’s 5A state championship this year.  After a slow start, the Trojans ran away en route to a 58-35 win. VCHS then

Three Trojans Commit to Colleges

Valley Christian seniors Garrett deFisser, Megan Timmer and Bethany Wolph each signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, November 9 during a ceremony at lunch in the Bradley Gym. Garrett deFisser ’17 committed to play golf and continue his education at William & Mary in Virginia. deFisser has been a leader on three consecutive

Timmer ’17 & Wolph ’17 commit to Embry-Riddle

Seniors Megan Timmer and Bethany Wolph each verbally committed to play basketball at Embry-Riddle University in Prescott for head coach Becky Burke. Timmer led the Trojans with 17.6 points per game as a junior and averaged 7.4 rebounds per game.  The All-Division 1st Team honoree, Timmer enters her senior year with 1,100 career points. Wolph