It's been a good start for sports this year with many exciting developments and stories. Here are our top 5 favorite sports stories for ValpoLife!
Valparaiso Boys Basketball Senior Night/Victory over South Bend Clay
It wouldn't happen. For weeks leading up to the tournament, sophomore Sasha Stefanovic had heard those words from several who believed a postseason run for the Bulldogs was out of reach.
VHS Girls' Basketball Team Raises Funds to Battle Cancer with "Coaches vs. Cancer" Event
More than half a million United States citizens are expected to die of cancer within the next year. Ranked as the second leading cause of death in the United States, the dynamic aspects of the disease make it extremely difficult to identify one overarching cure.
Valpo's Senior Night Victory Highlighted By One Shining Moment
Fans in attendance for Valparaiso Men’s Basketball “Senior Night” last Saturday were treated to an extra special surprise when Senior Forward, Vashil Fernandez, suddenly dropped to a knee. But this time it wasn’t to huddle up around Coach Bryce Drew; he was proposing at half-court to his now fiancée, Bridget Eichner.
Valpo High School Winter Sports Awards Recognizes Excellence in Athletics
At Valparaiso High School, we take pride in our athletic accomplishments. Not only do our athletes manage to perform at a tremendous level, but they also remain humble and illustrate the true meaning of sportsmanship.
2014-2015 All-DAC Conference Gymnastics Team Named, Valparaiso's Miller is MVP
The Duneland Athletic Conference has named its 2014-2015 All-Conference team, with first-placed Valparaiso leading the way with five gymnasts on the team, including the conference's Most Valuable Gymnast, Rushelle Miller.