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Boys Varsity Volleyball defeats Katella 3 – 0

Valley Falcons Varsity Volleyball improved their Orange League record to 5-1 with a road win over Katella to open the second round. The Falcons totaled 45 kills as a team and were led by Eli Arambulo with 19. Danny Ibarra played an impressive match with 6 kills, 5 blocks and 2 aces. Defensively the Falcons

Boys Varsity Volleyball beats Magnolia 3 – 0

Valley Falcons Boys Volleyball Team defeated Magnolia in straight sets (25-20, 25-12, 25-23).The Falcons finished the first round of Orange League play with a 4-1 record. Jose Sanchez had 11 kills in the match and a string of 5 serves in the third set to put the match out of reach. Eli Arambulo had 15

Varsity Volleyball Sweeps Savanna

All three levels of boys volleyball defeated Savanna yesterday in league play.  The Varsity won in straight sets and improved their league record to 2-1. Eli Arambulo had 12 kills on the day and a string of 6 tough jump serves in the 3rd set to seal the deal.  Jose Sanchez had 11 kills and

Boys Varsity Volleyball Defeats Garden Grove in Grueling 5 Set Match

Eli Arambulo led the team in kills with 23. Jose Sanchez followed with 16 kills and countless assists. Defensively Daniel Ibarra tallied 5 blocks and Yonathan Hernandez had 15 digs. Tough and consistent serving by Kevin Gil keep Garden Grove at bay. Outstanding overall team play carried the day.

Boys Varsity and JV Volleyball Sweep Santa Ana

At the varsity level Eli Arambulo, Danny Ibarra and Jose Sanchez combined for 34 kills. Brian Juarez chipped in 8 additional all purpose points. Overall team defense carried the day. Next up for the Falcons is Tuesday, March 6th at Orange.

Valley High School Boys Varsity Volleyball beat Pasadena Poly 3-2

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 7:00 PM Valley High School AWAY 3 Pasadena Poly HOME 2 Game Recap Down by two sets and their backs against the wall, the Falcons came back to defeat the Panthers 3-2 in the 1st round of the CIF-SS Div 4 playoffs. Ricky Olea lead the charge offensively with 29 kills.