Shenandoah Valley Academy - Student Life - Athletics - List of Teams

List of Teams

Includes:

  • Boys Varsity Soccer (Fall)
  • Girls Varsity Volleyball (Fall)
  • Boys Varsity Basketball (Winter)
  • Girls Varsity Basketball (Winter)
  • Boys Varsity Baseball (Spring)
  • Girls Varsity Soccer (Spring)
  • Boys Varsity Tennis (Spring)

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