Just one week ago, PIAA announced its plans to go ahead with contact and/or close quarters sports, such as football, soccer, field hockey, and cross country. The PIAA Board of Directors voted 25-5 in favor of continuing fall sports, defying the recommendation of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf after meeting with him on August 14. In
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By: Alec Eskin It has been a long three months since all schools in Pennsylvania closed in mid-March resulting in all spring sports canceling their seasons. Hopefully all of you have been staying healthy and kept yourselves sane during this quarantine. As of today, we are currently in Governor Tom Wolf’s yellow phase of Pennsylvania’s
Be a part of history today! At 3:30 in the GV Middle School auditorium, the GV eSports team will be taking on Avon Grove in the first-ever high school eSports event in Delco history! Our Super Smash Bros team will be taking on 12 of their best players in a 1-on-1 style match, pitting some
You’re hanging out in the cafeteria with your friends, waiting for the horrid senior lot to clear out so you can head home safely. Laughter escapes from the gym and the sound of rolling objects intrigues you. The GV Bocce team is a group of enthusiastic students who come together to celebrate the sport that
Good luck to Alex O’Connor, Devin Ighile, Ben Kutz, Gavin Roberts, Tanuj Gaikwad, Anindya Das, Harry Markel, Kevin Tang, James May, and Shem Kimas they will be competing in the first-ever, high school vs high school Super Smash Bros crew battle in the country! The event starts at 3:30 and can be viewed live on Twitch.tv/AvonGroveEsports.
By: Alec Eskin This fall season was one for the ages with including central league titles for the field hockey, football, cheerleading, and volleyball teams. The field hockey team made it to States for the first time in their history as well. There is a lot to like from these teams from this season and
By Amy Townend As fall sports begin to finish up their seasons or continue into championships, the winter sports are being brought in with chilly temperatures and new spirits. These winter sports include basketball, wrestling, indoor track, swimming/diving, and cheerleading. Girls Basketball is coached by John Woods, Mike Krautzel, and Dan McManus. The team became
Girls Soccer– Kathryn Toohey, Caroline Amen Soccer went 9-7-2 this year and qualified for district playoffs as the #20 seed. Our practice schedule is 3-5 everyday after school with the exception of games. We meet on either the top field, the stadium turf, or the back turf field at the school. People can join by
The girls’ tennis season starts in the second week of August and ends in the first week of October with practices or matches every day right after school at the tennis courts. The tennis season just ended, with the team having a final record of 8-3 and became a top contender in the central league.