CONGRATULATIONS CIF TEAM
ATTENTION- Congratulations to all the VIKINGS yesterday at the CIF PRELIMS. We have placed more swimmers in CIF FINALS than ever before. Remember on Saturday 5/16 there will be no bus to the meet. Warm-up starts at 3:30pm and the meet will begin at 5pm. Please leave early on Saturday in order to beat the traffic. Results can be found on http://faculty.polytechnic.org/cifss/
ATTENTION CIF TEAM
ATTENTION ALL CIF SWIMMERS- The bus will be leaving at 5:30am at VHS. The meet starts at 9am. Following the meet we will be going to lunch so make sure to pack some money for lunch. Good luck to everyone.
VALENCIA BOYS, GIRLS SWIM SWEEP FOR FOOTHILL REPEAT
THE SIGNAL -- Valencia swept through the Foothill League season with relative ease, and though the girls meet was tight, the Vikings swept once again at Thursday’s Foothill League finals meet. The Vikings won the girls meet 487-455 over Hart, despite trailing the meet with four events left, to pull off their second straight title.
The Vikings’ boys did the same, taking their second straight Foothill League title with a commanding 556-405 advantage over second-place Hart.
Click here to see the article by The Signal staff reporter - Jon Stein
VIKINGS SWIM WINS, BUT BIG STEP LOOMS
THE SIGNAL -- Valencia Swim sweeps Saugus, needs win at Foothill finals to secure repeat titles. Cliche or not, the Valencia boys swim team saved its best for last Thursday at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.
The Vikings 400-yard freestyle rely team, swimming the final event of its dual meet with Saugus, set a school record with a time of 3 minutes, 10.70 seconds. The relay win was a part of the Vikings’ sweep of the Centurions, 104-65 (boys) and 107-57 (girls), which leaves both Valencia squads undefeated in the Foothill League heading into the league finals next week with everything still on the line.
Click here to see the article by The Signal staff reporter - Mason Nesbitt.
ATTENTION VARSITY MEN
Attention all VHS Varsity Men there will be a meeting at lunch in room 923 on Thursday, April 30th.
VALENCIA SWIMMING #1 IN THE SIGNALS
Valencia Vikings Swimming has received the #1 pick from The Signals HOT TOP10 with the Girls & Boys victory in the recent dual meet against the Hart Indians! Click link see the video from The Signals sports writers - Cary Osborne & Dan Agnew.
VALENCIA SWIM IMPOSING ITS WILL ON FOOTHILL LEAGUE
THE SIGNAL -- In a Foothill swim meet between a program building and a program already on top, West Ranch continued to build and Valencia continued to reign. The Vikings swept the Wildcats, 101-63 for girls and 128-42 on the boys side, at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center on Wednesday behind strong outings from Julia Wolf and Tyler Tran. Click here to see the article by The Signal staff reporter - Mason Nesbitt.
VALENCIA BOYS, GIRLS SWEEP HART FOR 1st TIME IN FOOTHILL LEAGUE DUAL MEET
THE SIGNAL -- The Valencia Vikings boys and girls swim teams congregated near the pool at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center, waiting for the results of the afternoon’s meet with Hart Tuesday. The final results - Valencia girls defeated Hart 87-83 and the Valencia boys were victorious 91-79. The teams will meet again in May at the Foothill League finals. "To be continued" said Hart Coach Steve Neale. It was Valencia's first-ever dual meet sweep over the Indians since the school opened in 1994. Click here to see the article by The Signal staff reporter - Mason Nesbitt.
Valencia's Nikol Popov ready for the limelight
SOFT-SPOKEN VALENCIA SOPHOMORE LETS RESULTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
THE SIGNAL -- With success comes responsibility, and Popov has already noticed her teammates starting to look up to her with each victory. “Surprisingly a lot of people started to look up to me and I was kind of like, I didn’t think that there was anything to look up to,” Nikol says. “But it was cool to see all these people starting to be inspired and stuff, and really cool to inspire these people. That’s a cool feeling.” Click here to see the article by The Signal staff reporter - Jon Stein.
FIRST YEAR HEAD COACH - CHRIS STROH WINS
"2014 COACH OF THE YEAR"
The Vikings had come close to defeating Hart several times before, but couldn’t get over the hump against the rival Indians. Stroh, a former Vikings standout, helped Valencia make history by knocking off Hart in both the dual meet and at the Foothill League final, contributing to the school’s sweep of both boys and girls championships. It was Hart’s first setback at a league championship meet since losing to Burbank in 1986.
Click here to see the article by Los Angeles Daily News reporter Erik Boal.
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