Valhalla Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 0 - 10
  • Conference Record: 0 - 5

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Valhalla High School Varsity Football beat Scripps Ranch High School 33-20

Friday, August 25, 2017 7:00 PM Scripps Ranch High School AWAY 20 Valhalla High School HOME 33 Game Recap The Norsemen got on the board first after a sack by Josh McNish-Heider led to a Safety on the punt attempt. The Norsemen follow that up with long TD pass just before the quarter ended. They

Calling all Football Alumni – Looking for Coaches

The Valhalla Football team is looking for coaches for the upcoming season. We would love to see some of our alumni come back to pay it forward with the future Norsemen. Any experience level can apply. Please contact coach Charles Bussey at 619-593-5409 or email him at Thanks and Go Norsemen!

Video: Fall Play of the Season

Attention all Norsemen!  Valhalla High School needs nominations from YOU for the Fall Play of the Season contest Football, Volleyball, Golf, Tennis, Field Hockey, Water Polo, Cross Country, you name it! We want to see your teams top plays. How to make a nomination:   1.  Upload video clip to Youtube, Vimeo, or HUDL. Title the video with the featured

VNN – Phone App to Follow Your Team

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Valhalla High School Varsity Football falls to Helix – CIF Playoffs 14-0

Friday, November 18, 2016 7:00 PM Valhalla High School AWAY 0 Helix – CIF Playoffs HOME 14 Game Recap The Norsemen came out and fought to the end. The defense made stop after stop against the high flying offense of the Highlanders. The boys just couldn’t find a way to get the ball in the

CIF Open vs Division I – Bubble Teams

A few years ago, the CIF decided to combine the Open Division and Division I into one larger Division I and then choose the 8 Open teams at the end of the season, leaving the remaining teams in Division I. Since this system has been in place, there is an annual conversation among coaches and