By: Ryan Croke The football team may be the most popular fall sports team at Garnet Valley, but there are plenty of other fall sports teams that shouldn’t be overlooked. Two of these teams are the girl’s and boy’s soccer teams, and the girl’s field hockey team. This article will give you insight into these
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By: Alec Eskin The historic boys basketball season and a fun and wild ride for those who got to see them play, however this great season came to a close on Tuesday again the red hot number 9 seeded team in Lower Merion. It was a close game for the most part. But after Lower
By: Alec Eskin The Garnet Valley boys basketball team is heating up at the right time this year as they seem to be handling business pretty well as of late. The last game the Jaguars had lost was to Lower Merion on February 13th, which is exactly a month ago and have ripped off nine
By: Alec Eskin After Conestoga came to Garnet Valley earlier in the year and won, most had the feeling that this was not over and that these two teams would meet again. In the end, that feeling was correct. Garnet Valley had a little extra motivation coming in after losing last year’s Central League semifinal
By Ben Hoyt Coach Woods is an accomplished coach with no dispute. Multiple District 1 and PIAA state playoff appearances, District 1 champion, PIAA state championship runner up, and having just hit his 300th win on Febuary 9th, 2021 versus Lower Merion, he is at the top of his game. Even with the vast success
By Frank Long Standout Garnet Valley High School Basketball player Carl Schaller masks up and hits 1,000 points. Carl Schaller has been a prolific Garnet Valley basketball player for four years now. As a freshman, he quickly took the program by storm, producing amazing performances at such an amateur point in his high school career.
By Kevin Genthert and Humaam Said In a year of ups and downs, many people looked to sports as their saving grace. The coronavirus outbreak truly became real in a lot of peoples’ minds on the night mainstream sports were shut down. School sports were also cancelled shortly thereafter. As athletes, we Jaguars were devastated