The JV football team defeated the South Aiken Thoroughbreds 42- 0 Thursday night. The defense was first on the field and forced SA to punt. The offense took over and Paul Stokes finished the drive with the first of his two TD's on the night with a 10 yd scoring run. Our next score was a safety by Brandon Johnson who ripped through the line and stuffed their running back in the end zone! The offense and defense continued to execute well. Daishon Reddin had a 20 and 35 yd run for touchdowns. Terrell Jackson had a 35 yd TD Run. Tony Goodwin also scored on a 30 yd run. On Special Teams, DeAngelo Ward had several long punt returns and our kicker, Jake Hamilton, kicked the extra points.
The girl's tennis team defeated Lugoff Elgin 5-1 yesterday. This improved their region to 3-2 and their overall record to 3-4. The girls play Westwood at Westwood on Tuesday and Blythewood here at home on Thursday. Please come out and support our Lady Vikings!
Girls Cross Country
Wednesday, the Lady Viking cross country team defeated Blythewood 18-83 on their home course! Congratulations to the following girls for placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th overall: Claudia Cannon, Breanna Murrin, Dani Murrin, and Martina Novotny! This weekend we travel to Boone, NC for our varsity trip and will compete in the High Country Classic.
The Lady Vikings defeated the AC Flora Falcons in a 9 hole match on Thursday at the Woodlands Country Club. Spring Valley's team score of 181 to AC Flora's team score of 208 was more than plenty to get the job done. Overall low medalist were Spring Valley's Kamryn Beaman and Payton Starmack both shooting a score of 43. Other team contributors were Bonnie Ayres and Mary Colvin Temple.
The next match for the 6-1 Lady Vikings will be Tuesday, September 30th at Camden Country Club taking on the Lugoff-Elgin Blue Demons.
The Viking Swim Teams were in the pool for their last dual meet of the season Thursday night, which was also Senior Night. Honored during the break last night were seniors: Alexandra Andreen, Sarah Queen, Tyra Trapp, Thomas Agostini, Scott Craig, Jason Erno and David Long.
The meet was a bit one-sided with the girls winning 126-30 and the boys winning, as well, 138-24.
Double winners included: Caroline Agostini (200 Free and 400 Free), Kelsey Greene (200 IM and 100 Breaststroke), Breland Green (50 Free and 100 Free), Matthew Greene (200 Free and 100 Fly), Carl Lobitz (200 IM and 100 Back) and Alex Gregg (50 Free and 400 Free)
Single winners were: Annie Lobitz (100 Fly) and Tori Agostini (100 Backstroke), Daniel Todd (100 Free) and Jason Erno (100 Breaststroke).
All 6 relays were winners, too. Girls 200 Medley (Greene, Alexandra Andreen, Anne Barthel and Green), 200 Free (Green, Greene, Andreen, T Agostini) and 400 Free (Randall, Lobitz, Abby Harrison, C Agostini). Boys relay winners were: 200 Medley (Noah Fechter, Erno, Gregg and Greene), 200 Free (Thomas Gunnlaugsson, Greene, Scott Craig and Lobitz) and 400 Free (Ryan Staudt, Erno, Zach Kaplan, and Gregg)
The Vikings will compete in the Region Championships next Saturday at the Northwest Family YMCA.
Last nights volleyball match up against Lugoff-Elgin, Lady Demons, 1-3 was a tough lost for the Vikings, 15-25; 13-25; 25-16; 13-25. This puts varsity 1-3 in region standings.
JV lost their sets 0-2 against the Lady Demons.
Lady Vikings will travel to Westwood on Tuesday, September 30
Tuesday nights volleyball match up against Ridge View was a tough lost for varsity 17-25; 24-26;
18-25. This puts varsity 1-2 in region standings.
JV won their sets with a 2-0 win over Ridge View.