The opening weekend of the 2017 football season in the Hudson Valley featured memorable games and performances. News 12 Varsity's Kevin Devaney Jr. highlights the best from Week 1
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Ori Jean-Charles went from a frustrating Week 1 injury to a late scholarship in the span of 10 months as the Spring Valley star is headed to the University of Louisville
News 12 Varsity football expert Kevin Devaney Jr. lists his Top 10 teams and takes an in-depth look at their rosters entering the 2017 season
Section 1 Quarterfinals Class AA Boys #9 Ketcham 53 #7 Yorktown 59 #1 Mt Vernon 89 #2 Spring Valley 58 Morgan (MV): 22 pts, 11 reb Dyslin (York): 16 pts, 6 rebs #5 Fox Lane 33 #11 Horace Greeley 42 #4 New Rochelle 59 #3 Scarsdale 56 Haines (NR): 16 pts, 6 asts Class AA Girls
Pearl River, Spring Valley and Tappan Zee won thrilling games at the LHBCA Coaches vs. Cancer showcase on Saturday
Spring Valley used it press to push its way past a young and hungry Poughkeepsie squad en route to a 63-55 victory.
When Devan Lawson met his Andrew Delva, the football coach at Spring Valley High School, his football future wasn’t necessarily on his radar, he just finished his freshman year of high school after all. But, after his first summer session as a Tiger, Coach Delva found Lawson and told the youngster
Mt. Vernon tops Spring Valley 94-70 to improve to 3-0
The Vikings scored the game's final 17 points in the last eight minutes to defeat Spring Valley in a Section 1 Class AA quarterfinal
Spring Valley showcases its talented array of players in Friday's 34-14 win over host Fox Lane.