Varsity Girls Tennis (Away) @ OHSAA Sectionals - 9:00am (Centerville HS)
JH Volleyball (Home) vs. Franklin - 5:30/6:45pm
JV Girls Soccer (Home) vs. Beavercreek - 5:30pm
Varsity Boys Soccer (Home) vs Fairborn - 7:15pm
Boys and Girls Golf (Home) - Spartan Exhibition - 4:00pm (Jamaica Run - Senior Night)
JH Volleyball (Away) @ Waynesville - 5:30/6:45pm
HS Volleyball (Away) @ Waynesville - 5:30/7:00pm
Girls Soccer (Home) vs Milton - 5:30/7:15pm
JH Football (Home) vs Brookville - 5:30/7:00pm
Girls Soccer (Away) @ Brookville - 5:30/7:15pm
JH Volleyball (Home) vs. Madison - 5:30/6:45pm
HS Volleyball (Home) vs. Madison - 5:30/7:00pm
Varsity Boys Soccer (Home) vs Brookville - 6:00pm
Varsity Football (Away) @ Edgewood - 7:00pm
HS/JH Cross Country (Away) @ Eaton Invite - 8:45am
JH Volleyball (TBD) - SWBL Tournament
JV Football (Home) vs Edgewood - 10:00am
*Due to weather and other unforeseen circumstances, the schedule is subject to change
Athlete(s) of the Week
Lilly Black - HS Cheer
Coach Longman’s comments: “Lilly has been a tremendous leader, getting things accomplished without being asked. She has been my right hand in many cheer duties and it is appreciated! Her positive nature and smile on the field is what VV cheer is all about!”
Caleb Musgrove - Varsity Football
Coach King’s comments: “Caleb has greatly improved this season. Caleb has become very consistent offensively for us. He runs great routes, blocks well, and is a playmaker with the ball in his hands. Caleb doesn't say a lot but he has been a leader with great effort this fall!”
Gavin Phillips - JV Football
Coach King’s comments: “Gavin is a sophomore WR/DB. He has battled an ankle injury this year but he continues to work hard each day. We depend on him to provide leadership for the JV team both with his words and actions. He understands the game of football and is always in the right position both offensively and defensively.”
Liam Hearlihy - 7th grade Football
Coach Stubbs’ comments: “Liam is a tough lineman who excels both on the field and in the classroom. Liam is a straight A student who is dedicated to making those around him better. He has a strong work ethic and is always pushing himself and his teammates to improve.”
Cannon Haupt - 8th grade Football
Coach Stubbs’ comments: “Cannon joining us this year has been great for our team. We have asked him to learn different positions on offense and he has stepped up without complaint. He is a hard worker who demonstrates integrity on and off the field. His positive attitude is contagious and makes our team better.”
Morgan Michael - HS Volleyball
Coach Sedensky’s comments: “Morgan has provided a consistent and stable presence in our line-up all season long. Earlier in the season, Morgan had to make an adjustment to becoming a setter in our line-up. While she has adjusted well to that responsibility, there have been no drop-offs in other areas of her game. Morgan has continued to be a key attacker, blocker, defender and server for our team. Morgan's contributions have helped our team achieve a 13-1 record so far this season. Way to go Morgan!”
News and Notes
On Monday, the HS volleyball team lost a closely contested match with Bellbrook, the top team in the Southwestern Division of the SWBL, by scores of 16-25, 22-25, 25-19, 20-25. Kennedy Underwood (19 kills, 23 digs), Rachel Root (18 assists, 9 digs) and Morgan Michael (13 assists, 12 digs) led the way for the Spartans. Also on Monday, the JV girls soccer team defeated Miamisburg 1-0 off of a penalty kick goal from Abigail Heater.
On Tuesday, the Varsity girls tennis team competed in the SWBL Championships. The 2nd doubles team of Karina Cofield and Kylie Hall finished 3rd. Recognized for their accomplishments this season were Lauren Miller (1st Singles) for 1st team and Charlotte Sears and Petra Olson (1st Doubles) as Honorable Mention. Also on Tuesday, the cross country teams competed in the Tecumseh HS Retro Race. For the boys, Aiden Clendenin finished 4th overall out of 178 runners and Brady Garland finished 13th. Congratulations to Kaleb Lynch for running his season best time. On the girls side, the team finished 2nd out of 8 teams. Ellen Khong finished 10th out of 128 runners with her season best time of 21:03. Marin Weibel finished 15th, and Addy Abner finished 16th (her personal best time). Other girls achieved either their personal best or season best times including: Mary Schade (season best), Sierra Adkins (PR), Ella Ragon (season best), Sami Pauling (season best), and Alexis Rennick (PR). Also on Tuesday, the HS volleyball team rebounded by defeating Carlisle in 3 sets 25-13, 25-12, 25-13 to remain unbeaten in divisional play. Leading the way for the Spartans were Madison McCabe (12 digs), Morgan Michael (8 assists, 8 digs), Sophia Queen (4 kills, 2 aces), Rachel Root (13 assists, 8 digs) and Kennedy Underwood (10 kills, 4 aces, 11 digs).
On Thursday, the HS volleyball team earned a hard fought victory against Eaton in our annual Pink Out game (25-20, 25-23, 23-25, 25-23). Eaton’s only two divisional losses this season come from the Spartans. Individual stats for the Spartans include: Baylee Foss (9 digs), Madison McCabe (7 kills, 11 digs), Morgan Michael (10 kills, 20 assists, 12 digs), Sophia Queen (11 kills), Rachel Root, 20 assists, 6 aces), and Kennedy Underwood (17 kills, 11 digs). In girls soccer action, the Spartans knocked off Madison 5-0. Scoring for the Spartans was Shay Battle with 4 goals, Keira Greene with 1 goal and 1 assist, Madison Schmidt with 2 assists, and Ashley Atchison with 1 assists.
On Friday night, the Spartans continued rolling with an impressive 49-6 victory over the Madison Mohawks. Jed Lynch got the scoring started in the 1st quarter with a 24-yard rushing touchdown with 5:43 on the clock. In the 2nd quarter, the Spartans scored 3 additional touchdowns (a 33-yard touchdown pass from Henson to Lynch, a 1-yard TD run from Henson, and a 54-yard TD pass from Henson to Landen Malara) to take a 28-0 lead into halftime. In the 3rd quarter, Henson connected on a 32-yard TD pass to Kash Wollett to get the running clock started. Micah Valenti followed up with a pair of rushing touchdowns to push the score to 49-0.
Junior High Athletes of the Month
Congratulations to Brox Zimmerman (8th Grade Football) and Makenzie Collins (7th Grade Volleyball) for being awarded the First National Bank of Germantown’s Athletes of the Month for August.
Makenzie Collins - 7th Grade Volleyball
Coach Wenz’s comments: “Makenzie was nominated as the team captain and has grown into the role so well. She is a dedicated, hardworking, enthusiastic leader that constantly is thinking about her team and how they can get stronger. Makenzie continues to grow in her knowledge of the sport and works hard to put forth her best effort every game and practice. Due to Mackenzie's motivation and leadership, I have selected her as our athlete of the month!”
Brox Zimmerman - 8th grade Football.
Coach Stubbs’ comments: “Brox has played three great games to open our season. He scored two long touchdowns including an 80 yard run to open the second half against Miamisburg. Brox scored two more times against Carlisle and added an impressive touchdown run against Eaton. Brox is an integral part of our offense and defense. Not only is he a great player, he is an awesome teammate and friend. He is a "lead by example" kind of guy who makes our team better with his positive attitude and non-stop effort.”
Athletes of the Week
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"Clue On Stage!"
Get your tickets for this year's Fall play presented by the Valley View Drama Department. Performances will be Saturday October 21 at 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM and Sunday, October 22 at 2:00 PM.
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Did you know there is no deadline for completing the application for your student(s) to receive free & reduced lunch? Many families who believe they are not eligible actually can receive benefits. Not only will students receive free and reduced meals, the program can also help cover school fees. And it's not just a benefit for district households: our percentage of qualified students directly affects our funding for Title I student services and interventions.
Please consider completing an application by clicking this link https://www.lunchapplication.com/ If you have questions about applying or about the process, see the Free & Reduced Lunch tab on the Food Service page of our website or contact Michelle Gephart (by email at email@example.com or by phone at 937.855.4116x1013)
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Here is the website link for Valley View's 8th Grade World Strides trip to Washington DC