Congratulations to senior Jaxon White for earning the Most Valuable Field Performer at the MAC Track & Field Championships held Wednesday, April 24th at Mars High School.Jaxon finished first in shot put with a toss of 48'9" and the discus 156'6".
Kaitlyn Lyons Named 2019 Positive Athlete/Western PA - Girls' Basketball
Jordyn Herman to sing National Anthem
WPIAL SILVER MEDALISTS
Lady Warriors Co-Section 2 AAAA Champs
Congratulations to Head Coach Chris Raso and the Central Valley Lady Warriors basketball team who finished out the regular season with an overall record of 20-1 and a share of the AAAA – Section 2 title for the first time in school history.
CV Divers Going to 2019 PIAA Meet
2019 CV Gymnastics Team
2019 CV Seniors Sign Letter of Intent
CV Junior Christiane Frye Scores 1,000th Career Points
Central Valley School District will host its second annual Chorus Fest featuring Middle School and High School Choruses and High School Show Choir.
Valley Central High’s Rebecca Sibley scored four times to lead the visiting Vikings to an 11-10 non-league overtime win over the Kingston girls lacrosse team on Monday at Dietz
When a team is on a losing streak, it seems that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. First-year Kingston High baseball coach Rob Parisian was hoping to stop his club’s
Central Catholic pitcher Randi Roelling and catcher Madison Harrison hug, right, as they celebrate a 6-0 shutout of Oakdale with their teammates after the Valley Oak League game at Central Catholic High School in Modesto,
Jordan Lange has scored 13 goals in 12 games for Metea Valley, which hasn’t lost to an in-state team since 2021.
The Kingston High track and field teams were swept by Monroe-Woodbury on Wednesday. The Kingston boys team lost 102-39. The Tigers girls squad lost 106-35. Jaden Rowe won
John Ryder struck out 11 and aided his cause with three hits and three runs batted in as the Marlboro High baseball team opened its season with a 6-2 victory over Valley Central
Many questions abound for local baseball teams as they begin their march toward reaching the WPIAL playoffs. Here is a look at the teams in The Times’ coverage area.
With three weeks of the season in the books, here is The Republic’s first Super 10 rankings of the season. Because of the ability for pitchers to pitch game after game in the postseason, there’s no more important asset in high school softball than an unhittable ace.
A long-standing tradition returns later this month when four Stanislaus District high school baseball teams take over John Thurman Field for the Modesto Nuts High School Showcase. High school baseball games were last played at the field before the COVID-19 pandemic.