Valley Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Bakey Named All-Iowa Softball Coach of Year; Honnold, Gatica Earn All-Iowa Honors

Valley High School softball head coach Tom Bakey and players Alex Honnold and Haley Gatica collected honors from The Des Moines Register on Friday, Aug. 16. Bakey was named the All-Iowa softball coach of the year for 2019. He led the Tigers to a 32-10 record capped off with a Class 5A state championship. Honnold,

State Champs! Valley Softball Wins Class 5A Title

Congratulations to the Valley High School varsity softball team, as the Tigers defeated Waukee 8-5 Friday, July 26, in the championship game of the Class 5A Iowa high school state softball tournament at Rogers Sports Complex in Fort Dodge. This is Valley’s first state softball title since 2010 and seventh in program history. The Tigers previously won state softball championships in 1990, 2003,

REPLAYS: Valley Softball at 2019 State Tournament

The Valley High School varsity softball team is your Class 5A 2019 Iowa high school state softball champion. Did you miss the Tigers’ tournament games? No sweat. You can rewatch the action below, thanks to Central Iowa Sports Network, Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union, and Iowa Public Television. CHAMPIONSHIP REPLAY: Valley 8, Waukee 5

Valley to face Waukee for 5A State Softball Championship

The Valley High School varsity softball team will play in the championship game of the Class 5A Iowa high school state softball tournament at Rogers Sports Complex in Fort Dodge. The Tigers, who are the No. 7 seed at this year’s tournament, defeated sixth-seeded Iowa City High 4-2 in the semifinals Wednesday, July 24. Valley

Valley Softball Advances To Class 5A State Tournament

The Valley High School varsity softball team qualified for next week’s Class 5A Iowa high school state softball tournament after defeating defending 4A champ Des Moines Hoover 6-1 Tuesday in a regional final. This is the 17th time in program history Valley has made it to state. It’s also the Tigers’ seventh straight state softball tournament berth under head