Valley Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 12 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

Row 1, from left: Aiden Feldman, Carsen Shelton, Jake Caster, Creighton Mitchell, Tyler Spears, Jaeden Thomas, Alex Staub, Jack Yencer, Ethan Saskowski, Will Fisher, Eric Boehnke. Row 2, from left: Skyler Young, Carter Genzen, Nate Willcockson, Javaci Williams, Destin Paye, Casey Stalzer, J’vonne Haynes, Drew Dunnwald, Mason DouBrava, Kolbe Luinstra, Henry Funk, Adrik Feitelson. Row 3, from left: Erica Elston Mgr. Sarah Kennedy Tr. Coaches: Randy Ripperger, Willie Thornton, Brian King, Larry Mason, Cole Scott, Gary Swenson, Adam McElderry, Blake Nedved, Mark Tegels, Ryan Cooley, Christina Abernathy, Erin Baedke. Row 4, from left: Logan Keller, Lennox Krell, Nate Loecher, CJ Stillman, CJ Jackson, Clayton Adamson, Ryan Neu, Urias Gbarjolo, Cael Sampson, Blake Underwood, Jack Johnson, Josh Yencer, Jaylen Cooley, Zane Johnson, Samuel Ridgway. Row 5, from left: Bryan Jurado, Eric Paniagua, Jayden Williams, Mason Ayres, Jake Coleman, Nick Buttolph, Matthew Mahoney, Trajen Thornton, Gabe Kopaska, Drew Peterson, Scott Thomas, Jalen Crowell, Kedar Louis. Row 6, from left: Braeden Katcher, Nasir Washington, Jake Grandquist, Quinn Ennison-Clair, Braeden Edwards, Gok Arou, Colby Christensen, Eli Raridon, Logan Mueller, Drew Larick, Nathan Buzzell, Zach Shaner, Drew Jirak.

 

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Nine Valley Football Players Earn IPSWA All-State Recognition

The Iowa Print Sports Writers Association  announced its all-state football honorees on Tuesday, Nov. 26, where nine Valley High School varsity football players were recognized. Earning Class 4A first-team all state honors were seniors Nick Buttolph, Drew Jirak, Creighton Mitchell, Logan Mueller, Zach Shaner, and Carsen Shelton. Senior Jack Johnson and junior Jayden Williams collected second team all-state

Valley Falls Short, Finishes Season As 4A Runner-Up

In a back-and-forth, hard-fought game until the very end, the Valley High School varsity football team fell in the Class 4A Iowa high school state football championship on Friday, Nov. 22, at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls. Dowling Catholic, the No. 3 seed and defending champs, defeated the top-seeded Tigers 21-16. Valley finishes the 2019 season

Valley Faces Dowling for 4A Football Title Friday

The Valley High School varsity football team will take on Dowling Catholic on Friday, Nov. 22, in a battle for the championship title in the Class 4A Iowa high school state football playoffs. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls. Get directions to the UNI-Dome. The Tigers are the No. 1 seed in 4A and

Valley State Football T-Shirts

Important Update: Online Ordering for Shirts Has Closed Show your pride for the Valley High School varsity football team with a “Dome Sweet Dome” playoff T-shirt! Organized by the Valley cheerleading program, the shirts will be available for preorder until 11:59 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18, via WDMCS Online Payments. Online preordering is available for Valley, Valley Southwoods Freshman

Valley Dominates Bettendorf in 4A Football Semifinal

The Valley High School varsity football team dominated Bettendorf 35-7 to win the semifinals Class 4A playoff game on Friday, Nov. 15. The Tigers advance to the state championship game against No. 3 Dowling Catholic on Friday, Nov. 22. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls. Get directions to the UNI-Dome. Highlights: Valley

Playoff Football: Valley Beats Waukee in 4A Quarterfinal

  The Valley High School varsity football team defeated Waukee 26-10 in a Class 4A Iowa high school state football playoff quarterfinal on Friday, Nov. 8, at Valley Stadium. The Tigers, the top seed in 4A, move to 11-0 on the season. The 10th-seeded Warriors finish the year at 7-4. In the victory, senior running

Playoff Football: Valley Topples Indianola In First Round

  The Valley High School varsity football team defeated Indianola 42-7 on Friday, Nov. 1, in the first round of the Class 4A Iowa high school state football playoffs. The Tigers, the top seed in 4A, led 14-0 at the half, but ignited in the second half, tallying 28 points. No. 16th-seeded Indianola scored its first

No. 1 Valley Beats D.M. North, 92-0

  UPDATE: Valley defeated Des Moines North, 92-0. The Tigers are the No. 1 seed and will host 16th-seeded Indianola on Friday, Nov. 1, in the first round of the Class 4A Iowa high school state football playoffs. The game is set for 7 p.m. at Valley Stadium. Check back later for more information about

No. 1 Valley Crushes Ames, 69-7

The Class 4A top-ranked Valley High School varsity football team toppled Ames 69-7 on Friday, Oct. 18, at Ames. The Tigers, now 8-0 on the season, will welcome Des Moines North on Friday, Oct. 25, for their next game. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

No. 1 Valley Rolls Past C.B. Abraham Lincoln

UPDATE: The Tigers defeated Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln, 49-6. Valley is now 7-0 on the season. Check back later for more updates and statistics from the game. === PREVIOUSLY: The Class 4A first-ranked Valley High School varsity football team will host Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln on Friday, Oct. 11, at Valley Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7