December 23, 2019
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to our Great Valley Community!!
Wishing you all the best in 2020!



Ivy Experience GVBL HS Division

The Jonathan Moules Memorial Steps 4 Hope Grey team beat Dark Blue in a close match to get their first win of the season.

All games that were postponed due to weather on Monday Dec 16th will be made up. Make up date TBA after the Holiday Break!

Wednesday results:
Light Green beats Overbrook Capital Heather 65 -44

Navy beats MacElree Harvey White 60-55

The Jonathan Moules Memorial Steps 4 Hope Grey beats Dark Blue 45-36

Dark Green beats Charlestown Paving & Excavating Red

QUINTIN WRABLEY (Navy) was last week's leading scorer with 29 PPG.

STANDINGS, SCHEDULES and SCORES are always available in the GVBL app!
Junior Hoopsters
"Ever play a game of follow the leader? Our Jr. Hoopsters played this week but had to dribble while playing. Remember to keep your head up and bend your knees! "

No Jr. Hoopsters the weeks of Dec 23rd & Dec 30th - we will resume on January 6th. 

Winter Season 2: 1/27/2020-3/2/2020
  • Monday afternoons 1:00-2:15pm
  • Wednesday afternoons 1:00-2:15pm

All sessions will be offered at the GVBL Center.
For questions, please contact Steven Wei, Asst Program Director at  steven.wei@gvco.or g
GVBL Tournament Teams
The team had their inaugural Malvern League game on Sunday, December 8th. Christopher Naylor is in the archives for scoring the Rebels first two points. Down at halftime 8-9, to the upstart Exton Wildcats, the Rebels came back to win 14-10. All players contributed to this exciting start. The team's next game is December 22nd.
4th Grade Girls - DIAMONDS
The team is practicing weekly. They are p utting in their offense and are a work in progress.
The Knights won their first two ICBA games of the season, but their team and the Raiders faced some strong competition at the Rock the Bells Tournament winning only 1 game. The Dragons won their first Malvern League game of the year 22-19.
5th Grade Girls - STORM
The Storm competed in Malvern League action, defeating Swoops by a score of 33-15. Gabby Kasser paced the offense with 12 points and added several blocks on the defensive end. Sophia Kauler worked hard on the glass, hauling in many rebounds. Lauren Chain chipped in 8 points of her own, and Lily Lexer hit several open jumpers. Amelia Guenster, Izzy Maloskey and Emily Chi all worked through the offense against a zone defense. The rest of the Storm had a solid practice, getting ready for the NYE Buzzer Beater Tournament coming up next weekend.

6th Grade Boys - 2026ers
Santa and Mrs. Claus showed their support as the 2026ers kicked off thier ICBA season. We wish a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to the GV Community!

6th Grade Girls - LIGHTNING
 The Lightning had a great weekend! They were the champions of the Twin Valley Holiday Tournament and also won their Malvern League game, finishing the weekend with a 5-1 record. What an awesome way to start the holiday break!
7th Grade Boys - PATRIOTS 2025
The team kicked off their ICBA season with a 43 to 31 win over the Springford Rams. Consistent and on-point defense lead the team to a victory over a team that has beaten them in the past.
In Malvern League action, the team battled back but came up short in their game, losing 28-24. The team will compete in the CES NYE Buzzer Beater Tournament next weekend.

7th Grade Girls - TITANS
In their first regular season ICBA division 1 game, the Titans matched up with WWGB, the team they beat to win the King of the Court tournament. Despite falling behind 10-0 against a funky 3-2 zone, the girls battled back to send the game into overtime. The Titans went up by 1 point in overtime, but WWGB pulled ahead on two free throws with 20 seconds remaining and held on to win. We expect a challenging ICBA season with lots of nail biters.
8th Grade Boys - THE BLITZ
The Blitz had their first ICBA game of the season and lost to a solid Cheltenham team by 12. After being down by as many as 20, they were able to trim the lead to 11 in the fourth quarter but couldn't overcome their slow start. Next game for the Blitz is home vs. Penn Valley on 1/5. The entire ICBA schedule is available at

GVMS Basketball
GVMS Girls Basketball
The GVMS 8th grade girls team is currently
6-1. Almost all of the girls played travel and/or rec with GVBL! There are two scheduled games left in the season. The single loss was to the undefeated (last year and this year) Pierce Middle School team.
The GVMS 7th grade girls team is currently 2-4. Of the 12 players, ten played or currently play on the Titans travel team. The other two played rec at GVBL and one of the managers did as well! There are two games left in the regular season.
GVMS Boys Basketball
GVMS boys 7th and 8th grade basketball teams have begun practices. Their first game is Wednesday January 22nd vs. North Brandywine at Great Valley Middle School.
GVHS Basketball
GVHS Girls Basketball
GVHS girls team will be playing at the Garnet Valley Holiday Tournament over break.

GVHS Boys Basketball
Another tough JV/Varsity loss against Garnet Valley today. The boys played tough!

Big shout out to the holiday Goon Squad for keeping up the momentum! Next up GV hosted HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT Thursday and Friday!

Mark your calendar for the Annual GVBL Fundraiser!
Toss & Tailgate 2020
When: March 6, 2020
Where: The Desmond Hotel

Huge Cornhole Tournament, Beer Pong Challenge, Live & Silent Auctions, Great Food & Drinks.

Plan to join us and bring your friends!!
GVBL Upcoming Events

  • Dec 23rd to Jan 2nd - GVBL Rec League holiday break
  • GV Patriot HS Boys & Girls in Holiday Tournaments - check schedules and come support!
  • March 6th - GVBL Fundraiser -- Toss & Tailgate 2020

GVCO Sponsors
Business $$$GiveBacktoGVCO $$$ Program
Dairy Queen - Frazer encourages you to enjoy an Ice Cream Cone in December!!

Thank you to Dairy Queen - Frazer , long-time partner and supporter of GVCO, for donating coupons for a Free Cone for GVBL Rec League players and supporting GVCO Caring Hands "Families in Need" initiative!!

Coupon for one FREE Small Dairy Queen Cone at Dairy Queen - Frazer. Limit one per customer.
Business $$$GiveBacktoGVCO $$$ Program

State Farm Quotes for Good makes it easy to give back to GVCO. For more information about this unique partnership: State Farm Quotes for Good

This promotion ends in December - just a few weeks left to contact Kelly for your quote to benefit GVCO.

The Chuck Barbera Team of REALTORS/ RE/MAX Partners with GVCO in “REALTORS Giving Back” Program
Over the next year, for anyone who contacts the Chuck Barbera Team at RE/MAX Fine Homes and signs them to serve in the purchase or sale of their next home, GVCO will receive 10% of the real estate commission received!

Just mention the "REALTORS Giving Back" Program and GVCO in order to qualify for this generous donation to GVCO. Refer friends and family to the Chuck Barbera Team at RE/MAX Fine Homes as well!

Great Valley Community Organization
GV Caring Hands Happy Holidays 2019!
Thanks to a hardworking crew of GVCO Caring Hands volunteers and a very generous Great Valley community, we have been able to make many positive contributions towards making our community better!

Just during the last few weeks, GVCO Caring Hands launched its first ever clothing drive and donated a truck load of children's items for Cradles to Crayons; hand wrote Thanksgiving cards for Surrey Services' homebound seniors; wrapped and donated over 300 gifts for holiday parties for seniors through Great Valley and Phoenixville Area Senior Centers; raised funds by auctioning the Giant Nutcracker and donated $1,000 of gift cards to GVSD social worker for distribution throughout the school district and $1,000 specifically for our four families through the "Families in Need" initiative.

We are blessed with a great community - Happy Holidays to all!!
New GVCO Community Center
SEE What The New GVCO Community Center Will Look Like - Inside & Outside
Give a little...GET A LOT!
GVCO has reached a major milestone & surpassed $2M raised for the new community center! The current total for the capital campaign is now $2,260,742