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Clayton Varsity Men’s Swimming Takes Down Rival College Park!

Clayton Valley Varsity Men’s Swimming Takes Down College Park Falcons 98-71   Hosting the first swim meet at their temporary home for 2018, the Mt. Diablo Swim Complex, Clayton Valley defeated College Park in a battle of DAL division rivals. The heavily favored Ugly Eagles Women’s Varsity and JV teams dominated the Falcons early, leaving

Clayton Valley Swimming crushes Berean Christian

In an extremely lop-sided meet, CV Women beat Berean 126-39 while CV Men beat Berean 109-38.   Due to the small stature of Berean Christian, all swimmers competed as Varsity (there were no JV swimmers).   Clayton Valley improved to: Varsity Women (2-0) overall and (1-0) DAL Varsity Men (1-1) overall and (1-0) DAL  

CV Womens Varsity Swimming Wins De La Salle Invitational

Clayton Valley pulled off a dramatic come from behind victory to win the 2018 De La Salle Invitational. Over 25 teams participated in the two day meet. Despite strong swims all weekend, the Uglies found themselves still down 3 points to longtime DAL rival Northgate, with only one race remaining, and Clayton and Northgate seeded

Current Team Rankings by Event

Here are the rankings for each Varsity event for both boys and girls. I will update them and edit this post with replacement files after each meet as I receive the data. There will not be a new post, so you should refer back to this one.   Currently, they are accurate through:  April 22

Womens Varsity Swimming Stuns Defending State Champs Monte Vista in Opener!

On a cold and rainy final day of February, the Ugly Eagles pulled off a huge upset over 2018 NCS favorite Monte Vista 152-133. Clayton began the meet with a thrilling 200 Medley Relay victory in the first event with a time of 1:57.67. The “B” relay also squeezed past Monte Vista’s “B” by .07

Former CV Great Ends Collegiate Career

Kayla Taylor, who graduated in 2014, and was a standout basketball player for the Ugly Eagles during those League Championship seasons, just ended her successful basketball career at Chico State University. Kayla finishes as the second all-time leader at Chico State in Field Goal Percentage. Congratulations Kayla!