The only responses I’ve been getting to this thing have been attempt to send spam or spread viruses.


It’s a between sports time. Little to report as the teams have just begun gearing up for the home stretch of the school year and the final sports seasons of some of their careers.


Things to look forward to:

tennis team remains solid despite no jv/mod prog

track team should be looking good, they’ve been running all winter long just to get warmed up

softball, the Hoosic Valley hurler has gone away league might open up; interesting to see how second year head coach Karla Prehoda can get the team to perform

After a monster Class B final season it will be an exciting season to see what GV does when every team sees them coming and puts up their absolute best aginst them. Some additions and few graduation losses…wow….hear that whistle Horde fans, it’s the B Train and nobody’s sure where he’s going to stop this year





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