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Valhalla High School Girls Varsity Soccer beat University City – CIF Finals 3-0

Saturday, March 5, 2016 4:30 PM University City – CIF Finals AWAY 0 Valhalla High School HOME 3 Game Recap Valhalla took the early lead with a goal in the 20th minute by Quinn Rafferty. After that the remaining minutes of the 1st half got quite physical. Early in the second half, goalie Katelyn DeWent

Valhalla High School Varsity Softball beat Brawley 1-0

Friday, March 4, 2016 4:00 PM Brawley AWAY 0 Valhalla High School HOME 1 Game Recap The girls win their home opener vs the Wildcats with a single run in the late innings. The girls will play up in Escondido next week at the always challenging Kit Carson Tournament. Box Scores 1 2 3 4

Valhalla High School Boys Varsity Lacrosse falls to Otay Ranch High School 6-11

Friday, March 4, 2016 7:00 PM Otay Ranch High School AWAY 11 Valhalla High School HOME 6 Game Recap The young and inexperienced Norsemen played very well against an athletic Otay Ranch team, leaving the coaching staff very satisfied with their effort. Garrett Cook led the way with four goals and an assist while his

Girls Soccer – CIF Finals

The Girls Soccer team is playing University City on Saturday at Olympian High School at 4:30pm. Come on out and support your Lady Norsemen athletes. A win not only gives the team a CIF Championship, but will also give them a berth in the SoCal State Regional Championships next week. Go Norsemen!

Gatorade Week

Thank you to Gatorade for sponsoring a three day “G Week” event, March 2-4. They have provided Gatorade, Protein Shakes and Bars, Energy Chews, and Energy Bars for all of our Spring Athletes. Students Athletes are encouraged to eat right and stay hydrated every day. This allows for peak performance when you need it the

Valhalla High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Granite Hills High School 13-5

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 3:30 PM Valhalla High School AWAY 13 Granite Hills High School HOME 5 Meet Recap The Norsemen doubles teams of Adam Ellestad-Omar Ortumo, Ramsen Jebo-Sebastian Kalasho, and Bransen Harper-Pierce Mitchell swept their sets leading to the win.