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By May 1, 2018 Read More →

Bunce commits to The King’s College

On May 1, CVA senior Jacob Bunce signed his letter of intent to play soccer for The King’s College in New York City. Jacob began his soccer career as a five-year-old, moving through youth soccer, modified, and JV. He earned his starting spot on the Varsity roster as a sophomore attacker. Soccer coach Jim Mott […]

By August 2, 2017 Read More →

CVA Student Handbook—Athletic Department Regulations

XVI. Athletic Department Regulations Physical Education Class Policy The following policy pertaining to Physical Education Requirements at Central Valley Academy is in effect at the present time. All students must participate in physical education grades 9-12. Exceptions to participating in class are as follows: Written doctor’s excuse Illness verified in writing by parent or nurse […]

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By August 2, 2017 Read More →

CVA Student Handbook—Interscholastic Athletic Code

VII. Interscholastic Athletic Code Academic Standards: A student athlete is eligible to play if he/she is a bona fide student of Central Valley Central School District. If a student is failing one subject, the guidance counselor, teacher, student, parent & coach will review his/her case and develop an academic program for improvement. The student athlete […]

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By August 1, 2017 Read More →

CVA Thunder boys soccer builds skills over the summer

For the fourth straight year, the CVA Boys Soccer team took their show on the road St. Lawrence University to attend the Lake Placid Soccer Coerver Soccer Camp at St. Lawrence University. This summer’s trek marked Coach Jim Mott’s 12th trip to the camp over his coaching career. These off-season visits have yielded big dividends […]

By April 12, 2017 Read More →

Athlete-Parent Information

PRACTICE INFORMATION By National Federation High School Regulations: Players must have a certain number of days of practices completed before their first scrimmage and game. Therefore, make sure your son or daughter makes all the required practices to be eligible for any scrimmages and that first game. MEDICAL INFORMATION Your child is in charge of […]

By April 10, 2017 Read More →

Central Valley Interscholastic Athletic Code

PHILOSOPHY – Our athletic policy is aligned with our academic philosophy.  To that end we use athletics to encourage our students to become productive, responsible citizens in their community.  Interscholastic athletics offer the opportunity to teach our students skills and desirable character traits in a setting apart from the traditional classroom.  Our students can learn […]

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By November 21, 2016 Read More →

Thunder football players honored for 2016 season

A total of 13 CVA football players were recognized for their outstanding play during the 2016 season in Section III, Class B East. Joshua Klosner (RB), Adam Klosner (DB), Jacob Slaughter (DE), Alex Dihrberg (OF), and Robert Baker (LB) were named 1st Team All Stars. Ryan Bulger (OL), Noah Lynch (DE), James Thorn (TE), and Kyle […]

By November 14, 2016 Read More →

Seven Thunder boys soccer players honored by Tri Valley League

Seven CVA Thunder soccer players and coach Jim Mott were recognized by the Tri Valley League sports league. Senior Tanner Cook was named small school Offensive Player of the Year. Cook and teammates Tyler Rhude, Jacob Emrich, and Nick Dunning were named to the small division first team. Jack Hall, Austin Lindberg, and Derek Streeter received honorable […]

By October 5, 2016 Read More →

CVA’s Hartmann to live broadcast Thunder sports

Beginning Thursday, Oct. 6, CVA sophomore Lucas Hartmann launches the online audio Central Valley Sport Network (CVSN). His inaugural show, which begins at 6 p.m., will be a recap of all 2016-17 Thunder fall sports. He will follow up with a livestream of the CVA vs. Cazenovia varsity football game beginning at 6:50 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7. […]

By August 30, 2016 Read More →

U.S. Marines prepare Thunder for football season and life

On Tuesday, Aug. 23, Thunder football practice took a different twist as Head Coach Jon Cole and staff stepped aside and let the U.S. Marine Corps take over. Maj. Mastin Robeson, Commanding Officer, Recruiting Station Albany and his team of nine regional Marine recruiters put the football team through an intense three-hour leadership seminar. The seminar focused heavily on respect, […]