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Krell, Mahoney Selected To Play In 2021 Iowa Shrine Bowl

Congratulations to Valley High School varsity football players Lennox Krell and Matthew Mahoney for being selected to participate in the 2021 Iowa Shrine Bowl next summer. Krell and Mahoney, both seniors, will play on the south squad. Krell was selected as a place kicker and Mahoney as a wide receiver. During the 2020 season, Krell went

Football Early Signing Day 2020: 5 Tigers Make College Choices Official

Congratulations to Valley High School senior football players Braeden Edwards, Trey Krause, Jake Rubley, Nasir Washington, and Jayden Williams, all of whom having signed national letters of intent on Wednesday, Dec. 16, to play football in college. The NCAA manages the daily operations of the NLI program, while the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA) provides governance

Valley’s Krell, Washington Earn All-Iowa Football Honors

Congratulations to Valley High School varsity football players Lennox Krell and Nasir Washington for being named to the Des Moines Register’s 2020 All-Iowa football team. Krell, a senior, earned Elite All-Iowa recognition as a kicker. Washington, also a senior, collected honorable mention honors. Last month, the two Tigers were named first-team all-state selections by the Iowa Print

Five Tigers Named All-State By IPSWA & IFCA

The Valley High School varsity football team had five players earn all-state recognition following their efforts during the 2020 season, the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association and the Iowa Football Coaches Association announced Tuesday, Nov. 24. Seniors Mason DouBrava (return specialist), Lennox Krell (kicker), Ethan Saskowski (defensive back), and Nasir Washington (defensive lineman) picked up

Valley vs. Dowling Playoff Football Game Canceled

West Des Moines Community Schools (WDMCS) learned today that individuals on the Valley football team tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, and to prioritize student safety, the quarterfinal matchup between Valley and Dowling Catholic scheduled for Friday, Nov. 6, has been canceled. While this is a disappointing way to end the 2020 football season,

Valley Blanks Urbandale 41-0, Advances To 4A Quarterfinals

UPDATE: The Tigers defeated Urbandale 41-0 in the third round of the Class 4A Iowa high school football playoffs on Friday, Oct. 30. View full stats from Friday’s game > Valley will take on Dowling Catholic in the quarterfinals on Friday, Nov. 6. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m., and the game will be played

Playoff Football: Valley Topples Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln, 44-6

UPDATE: The Tigers defeated Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln, 44-6. Valley advances to the next round to take on Urbandale. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30, with the game slated to be played at Urbandale’s Frerichs Field. View full stats from Friday’s victory > === ORIGINAL POST: The Valley High School varsity football team will

Valley Football Set To Face Ankeny Centennial Friday

The Valley High School varsity football team will welcome Ankeny Centennial to Valley Stadium on Friday, Oct. 9, for its next game. Kickoff is set 7 p.m., where Valley will also recognize all of its seniors as part of Senior Night celebrations. DO NOT arrive to Valley Stadium if you did not receive a voucher. Livestream information can be

REPLAY: Valley Football vs. Waukee

The Valley High School varsity football team will welcome Class 4A fifth-ranked Waukee to Valley Stadium on Friday, Oct. 2, for its next game. Kickoff is set 7 p.m. DO NOT arrive to Valley Stadium if you did not receive a voucher. Livestream information can be found below. For those fans who did receive a voucher, here are reminders ahead