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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.

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Posted Thursday, May 25, 2017 
From baseball and tennis to track and field, Valley Catholic athletes excelled at the 2017 OSAA state championships.
Posted Thursday, May 18, 2017 
Valley Catholic will be well represented at the OSAA state championships in tennis and track and field. Both will take place on Friday and Saturday, May 19 and 20.
Posted Thursday, May 18, 2017 
Our valiant golf teams had a tremendous showing at the 2017 OSAA 4A State Championships. Competing against impressive teams from across the state, the boys team took bronze with their third-place win and the girls team won sixth place.
Posted Wednesday, May 17, 2017 
In a dominating performance, the Valiants got a big road win in their 4A state play-in game on May 18. They defeated Douglas High School by a score of 19-7.
Posted Thursday, May 11, 2017 
The second week of May marks the end of the regular spring season for Valiant athletics. It's a time to thank student athletes – especially seniors – and to prepare for state competition.
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