U-Prep’s golf team won the Northern Athletic League match on Tuesday at the Tierra Oaks Golf Club behind Mark Stephens’ 4-under 68.Read More
The West Valley Eagles couldn’t have been any colder from the field in the first half, and the U-Prep Panthers couldn’t have been more resilient in the second half.Read More
For every high school basketball player, a chance to play in the section championship game is what it’s all about. The West Valley Eagles are traveling to Butte College Friday night for their first D-IV Section title game since 2009.Read More
West Valley’s 3-point shooting is a thing of beauty.
West Valley’s impressive 3-point shooting continues in a dominating 61-38 win over Anderson on Friday night to remain on top of the Northern Athletic League.Read More
A team full of snipers… the Eagles can flat out knock it down from distance.Read More
Watch out, the Eagles are rolling.
Another impressive outing for the West Valley Eagles as they cruised to another dominant league victory Friday night over Lassen 72-48.Read More
West Valley is finding a recipe for success through the first month of the season: get the jump shots going early on and wear teams down by attacking the rim to close it out.Read More
the Shasta Wolves got within one with just over 5:30 left to play, but couldn’t climb ahead of West Valley and fell 57-47 to the Eagles in the opening round of the Jamie Angley Hornet Classic. It was the second time in just over two weeks that the Wolves lost to the Eagles, the first being a 68-54 loss in Cottonwood on Dec. 11.Read More
The play was an isolation for Anderson’s Christian Teague. When it didn’t work out that way, Teague was still the game-decider as the junior found the rebound off a Jesse Brophy last-second 3-pointer and hit the putback as time expired to lift the Cubs to a 38-37 win over rival West Valley in Saturday’s title game of the Anderson Tournament.Read More
Well-balanced scoring combined with hard-nose, harassing defense has been the key to success thus far in the preseason. Add in the Shasta County Sports No. 9 ranked player (Sean Proscher) and it is a nightmare for the opposing team.Read More