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Kankakee Valley High School Boys Varsity Tennis falls to Highland High School 1-4

Thursday, September 17, 2015 5:00 PM Highland High School AWAY 4 Kankakee Valley High School HOME 1 Meet Recap Singles #1 Mattew Cotner (HHS) over Jarod Stemper 6-2, 6-3 #2 Tyler Betusak (HHS) over Trevor Wiesemann 6-3 6-2 #3 Austin Atterbury (KV) over Anthony Kowalkowski 6-2 2-6 tie 10-4 Doubles #1 Nick Donsbach & Zac

KVMS Cross Country Teams Continue to Roll

Last night, both KVMS cross teams were victorious again, defeating Washington Twp. and Kouts.  The girls won by scores of KV-25, WT-37, and Kouts-74.  The boys were winners by these scores: KV-21, Kouts-55 and WT-60.  Depth was key for both teams.  Blythe Campbell, just a 6th grader, blasted home in 3rd overall, leading the way

KVMS Cross Teams Run Well at Rensselaer Invite

At Saturday’s huge RCMS Invite, KVMS had many fine runs.  The 6th grade boys were an outstanding 2nd as a team with 73 pts. defeating many fine teams in the process.  Top 20 performers received medals, 21-50 earned ribbons.  (Some of the places reflect non-scoring teams.)  Justin Hoffman was 9th in an excellent time of

KVMS 8th Grade Defeats NJSP

The 8th grade football team came up with their first win Saturday (9/12) against the NJSP BlueJays. The Kougars with a final score of 26-14. This puts their record at 1-2. The defense held a shut out for 3 quarters of the game with a relentless stand from our front 4. Scoring for the Kougars

KVMS Defeats NJSP

On, Saturday, September 12th, the 7th Grade Kougars were @ home vs. North Judson. K.V. won a tremendous TEAM game, 27-6. Offensively, Eli Carden was 7-8 passing for 125 yards. Scoring was Matt Caldwell with 2 receiving TDs; along with Marcus Ritchie receiving another. All of which came from Eli Carden. Eli also had 1

Boys’ CC places midfield at Bob Thomas Invite

The boys’ cross country team continued its string of midfield finishes at Lowell’s Bob Thomas Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, September 12, 2015.  The Lake Central squad took first over Duneland rival LaPorte 60 to 73.  KV placed 11th out of 21 complete teams. “We didn’t beat anyone today of substance,” claimed Coach Adams.  “We

Cross Country Girls Continue to Improve at Bob Thomas Invite

On a rainy, muddy day, KV’s female cross runners had their best team performance of the season, placing 15th with 437 points.  Soph. Crystal Benitez led the way again, placing 85th in 23:26, just off her personal record.  Talented four-sport star, Leah Gouwens, ran a season-best (SB) time of 24:15, good for 91st place with

KV Varsity Loses at Hobart

We WILL continue to work as hard as we ever do. We will NOT be deterred. We WILL continue to have great attitudes and work well as a TEAM. We WILL continue to have a blast playing this great games with our childhood pals. KV battled until the end in Friday nights loss at Hobart.