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The athletic department is committed to enriching campus life through a program of interscholastic athletics and to promoting the development of qualities in the student-athlete that will serve the participating individual and the community.

Student-athletes not only learn about their sport but also about teamwork, dedication, responsibility and good sportsmanship while placing a high priority on academic excellence.

The athletic programs are based upon open communication and mutual respect among school administration, teachers, coaches, students, parents and officials.

Valley Catholic High School has a no-cut policy in athletics meaning all students can participate on an athletic team. Because of our no-cut policy Valley catholic does not sponsor high school CYO teams except in the sport of boys basketball. Due to number of participants, our boys basketball program offers three high school teams and one CYO team. Playing time and participation on the varsity teams for all of our sports is at the head coach’s discretion.

For more information on Valley Catholic Athletics, please contact Athletic Director Joel Sobotka.

Valley Catholic Athletics News

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Posted Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 
After a superb season of award-winning performances, Valley Catholic's Charisma dance team won the silver medal in the 2017 4A/3A/2A/2A OSAA state competition.
Posted Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 
"We had a tremendous year...and I'm proud because everyone put their heart in it." That's how Valiant Joey Braun described the Valley Catholic varsity boys basketball team after their silver medal performance in the Oregon School Activities Association 4A state championship.
Posted Tuesday, Mar 7, 2017 
Congratulations to the Valley Catholic varsity boys basketball team: silver medalists in the 2017 OSAA 4A state tournament!
Posted Tuesday, Mar 7, 2017 
"A great game by both teams." That's how the KCMB radio announcer described the thrilling match-up between Baker and the Valley Catholic varsity girls basketball team on March 4.
Posted Tuesday, Mar 7, 2017 
After winning their division in their final competition of the regular season, Charisma is now preparing for the state championship, which will be held from March 16-18 at Portland's Memorial Coliseum. Our video takes you behind the scenes.
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