Today in Sports

Today in Sports

Spring Sports 2023-2024

Spring Sports 

BASEBALL (BOYS) – Lead by Head Coach Mr. Hoover, the boys current record is 10-11 • 4-6 in Big North – Independence The boys had a close win against Wayne Hills at the beginning of May but unfortunately, it was followed by many loses.

FLAG FOOTBALL (GIRLS) – The girls current record is  3-0-1 • 2-0-1 in SFC – Patriot. They had big wins against Lakeland and Jefferson. They tied their most recent game against Montville. 

GOLF (BOYS) – The boys are currently 12-7  6-2 in Big North – Independence. They had two recent wins against DePaul but could not overcome Wayne Hills. 

GOLF (GIRLS) – The girls have been struggling to secure wins this season but they were able to secure one against Mary Help of Christians. Their current record is 1-10 • 0-9 in Big North – West

LACROSSE (BOYS) –  The boys had some big wins in the Passaic County Tournament against Pompton Lakes, PCTI, and West Milford

LACROSSE (GIRLS) – The girls has a current record of 2-10  0-4 in NJIGLL – Independence Red. Their most recent win was against Pascack Hills and PCTI. 

SOFTBALL (GIRLS) – The girls’ current record is 11-8 • 6-2 in Big North – Independence. After a big win against West Milford in the Semifinal Round of the Passaic County Tournament, the girls lost against DePaul in the final Round.

TENNIS (BOYS) – The team has a current record of 4-1 • 3-1 in Big North – Independence. Unfortunately, they lost to Wayne Hills recently but they had wins against Passaic Valley and St. Joe’s .

VOLLEYBALL (BOYS) – The team’s record is 2-12 • 2-4 in Big North – Independence
The boys had a close win against Indian Hills followed by a few losses.

TRACK AND FIELD (BOYS)- During the co-ed relays, Valley placed second overall. IN a recent meet, the boys were unable to secure a win against PV, they saw wins by Milan Mistry in the 1600m and 3200m, Matt Califf in the 800m, as well as wins by Jake Ryan and Bobby Liput. For second place they had Justin Mondestin in the 100m, Corey McDougald in the triple jump, Matt Burke in the pole vault, Zach Daudelin in discus, and Brian Blake in javelin.

TRACK AND FIELD (GIRLS)- During the co-ed relays, Valley placed second overall. Also, the girls edged out PV by 4 points to win the meet, making their record 2-1. Winning first place was Ava Maher in the 400m and 110m high hurdle, the 800m and the high jump.  Sarah Paul also won first in the 100m and 400m, Athena Giotis won the triple jump and long jump, and Chloe Krawvitz in the 3200m.  The girls also had a number of second placers, including  Kiera Cicchetti, Meghan Tomback, Diana Sanson, Rylyn Loffredo, Lexi Longa, and Emma McSorley.

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