Valley Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Valley Prepares For State Qualifying Meets Wednesday

The Valley High School varsity boys’ cross country team and the Valley varsity girls’ cross country team will participate in a Class 4A state qualifying meet on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at Marshalltown Community College. The action is slated to start at 4 p.m. Other competing teams include Ankeny, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids Jefferson, Cedar Rapids Washington, Marshalltown, Waterloo United,

Valley Programs Run At CIML Central Meet Thursday

The Valley High School varsity boys’ cross country team and the Valley varsity girls’ cross country team will participate in the CIML Central Conference Meet on Thursday, Oct. 15, at Southeast Polk High School. The action is set to start at 4 p.m. Participating teams include Dowling Catholic, Johnston, Southeast Polk, Urbandale, and Waukee. For fans attending Thursday’s race,

Valley Girls Place 1st, Boys 2nd At SE Polk Invite

The Valley High School varsity boys’ cross country team and the Valley varsity girls’ cross country team participated at the Southeast Polk Invitational on Thursday, Oct. 1, at Southeast Polk High School. Here’s how the two programs fared: Valley Girls Win SE Polk Invite The Tigers took home top honors after placing first in Thursday’s race. Valley tallied 43

Tigers Perform Well At Indianola Invitational

The Valley High School varsity boys’ cross country team and the Valley varsity girls’ cross country team competed at the Indianola Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 24, at Pickard Park. Competing teams included Ames, Ankeny, Ankeny Centennial, Boone, Carlisle, Dowling Catholic, Indianola, and Ottumwa. Valley Girls Capture First Place The Valley girls’ team, which came into Thursday’s race ranked third

Valley Girls Claim First, Boys Third at Tom Karpan Invite

The Valley High School varsity boys’ cross country team and the Valley varsity girls’ cross country team hosted the 46th Tom Karpen Invitational on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Valley Girls Win Tom Karpen Invite The Valley girls’ team won the meet, tallying a team score of 24 points. Ankeny Centennial was second at 53, and Norwalk in third at 81. The

Valley Girls 2nd, Boys 7th at Bobcat Invite

The Valley High School varsity boys’ cross country team and the Valley varsity girls’ cross country team participated at the 46th Bobcat Invitational in Marshalltown on Thursday, Sept. 10. The Valley girls’ program, which went into Thursday’s race ranked as the No. 4 team in Class 4A per the Iowa Track Coaches Association’s latest program rankings, placed second from the

Tigers Victorious at Ankeny’s Schmaltz Invitational

The Valley High School varsity girls’ cross country team began is 2020 season on Thursday, Sept. 3 at the 52nd Schmaltz Invitational in Ankeny. Valley won the meet, totaling 30 team points. The Tigers had five runners place inside the top 10: 2. Lauren Schulze, senior—18:55.0 3. Kamryn Ensley, junior—19:57.5 6. Madeline Hollander, junior—20:40.0 9. Emily Bright,

Tigers 4th In IATC Preseason Poll, Run Thursday

The Valley High School varsity girls’ cross country team will begin the 2020 season as the fourth ranked program in Class 4A, the Iowa Association of Track Coaches announced in its preseason rankings. The full rankings are below: Number Team 1 Linn-Mar 2 Johnston 3 Southeast Polk 4 Valley 5 Iowa City High 6 Cedar

Valley Girls’ Cross Country Takes 6th At State

The Valley High School varsity girls’ track team participated in the Class 4A Iowa high school state girls’ cross country meet on Saturday, Nov. 2, in Fort Dodge. Junior Lauren Schulze led the Tigers with a 12th-place performance, recording a time of 19:01.09. Sophomore Kamryn Ensley placed 26th at 19:35.0, and sophomore Madline Hollander came

Valley Girls’ XC Make State; Smeins, Owen Qualify for Boys

The Valley High School varsity boys’ and girls’ cross country teams competed in their district meets on Thursday, Oct. 24, at Southeast Polk. Participting teams included the Tigers, Des Moines East, Des Moines Hoover, Des Moines Lincoln, Des Moines North, Des Moines Roosevelt, Dowling Catholic, Iowa City West, and Southeast Polk. The Valley girls placed