Chess Club Fights Hard in First Competition

Christina McFadden, Managing Editor Perkiomen Valley’s chess club has been running for nearly 15 years by advisor, Mr. Rudolph, a chemistry teacher and chess enthusiast. Over the years, the club has gained more attention as well as more participants; however, many people do not realize how spirited and passionate these players are about chess. On …

Double Varsity Viking

Mike Weir, Contributor  Playing two school sports in the same season is an opportunity which very few athletes receive. I am fortunate enough to have been allowed to play both soccer and football during my senior year here at Perk Valley. Returning for my fourth year of varsity soccer and starting a new adventure in kicking …

Famed Phillies Pitcher Passes Away

Matt DiSanto, Staff Writer On November 7th, 2017, famous Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay passed away in a tragic plane crash miles away from the Gulf Coast. Although only forty years old, Halladay led an incredible life prior to his unfortunate and sudden passing. The eight-time All-Star earned two Cy Young …

That’s a Wrap for the 2017 Football Season

Bella Gallo, Staff Writer  This past friday the Perkiomen Valley Vikings took the field for the last time this season. After a season of success and victory, the boys fell short to the Pennridge Rams under the friday night lights. They wrapped up the year with 10 wins and 2 loses, both to the Pennridge Rams. …

Carson Wentz for MVP?

Riley Winward,Staff Writer Carson Wentz has taken the jump that many people were expecting. He went from throwing 16 touchdowns and 15 interceptions to throwing for a league leading 23 touchdowns and only 5 interceptions through week 9 and going into a week 10 bye. Wentz is currently fourth among QBs in the league with …

A “Split” Film

Bella Gallo, Staff Writer   Director M. Night Shyamalan has once again grabbed the public’s attention with another mind boggling film. His newest movie, “Split”, has brought major attention to the big screen, with some critics praising it for its intricate twists and witty conflicts and others shaming it for its confusing plot and possible …

Marching Their Way to MetLife Stadium

Matt DiSanto, Staff Writer Although the weather is only getting colder, the Perkiomen Valley marching band season is just heating up. The Marching Vikings are proud to present their 2017 program “Emerald City”, a more challenging and theatrical field show than the band has ever performed. The show features the music of Harold Arlen’s “Somewhere …