Battle at Valley Forge Invitational

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Battle at Valley Forge Invitational, sometimes informally referred to as the Valley Forge Invitational or less commonly Conestoga Invitational, is a Division C invitational hosted by Conestoga High School in the state of Pennsylvania.

Battle at Valley Forge Invitational
Division C
Date (most recent) January 12th, 2019
Year Started 2010
Location Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Website [1]






Results

Year Champion Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place Fifth Place Teams
2010 Harriton High School Team 2 West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South Princeton High School Harriton High School Team 1 Strath Haven High School
2011
2012
2013 West Windsor Plainsboro High School North Strath Haven High School 36
2014 Bayard Rustin High School (169) Strath Haven High School (220) West Windsor Plainsboro High School North Centennial High School Princeton High School 39
2015 Bayard Rustin High School (151) Northwestern Lehigh High School (218) Conestoga High School (234) Centennial High School (252) Harriton High School (257) 39
2016 West Windsor Plainsboro High School North (168) Bayard Rustin High School (174) Great Neck South High School (205) Strath Haven High School (254) Harriton High School (266) 42
2017 Harriton High School (125) Great Neck South High School (183) Bayard Rustin High School (194) West Windsor Plainsboro High School North (206) Conestoga High School (238)
2018 West Windsor Plainsboro High School North (116) Bayard Rustin High School (132) Great Neck South High School (178)1 Harriton High School (203) Lower Merion High School (217) 36
2019 West Windsor Plainsboro High School South (160) Cumberland Valley High School (228) Lower Merion High School (234) Great Neck South High School (246)2 Conestoga High School (276) 44
1A second team from West Windsor Plainsboro High School North finished third with 155 points in 2018.
2A second team from West Windsor Plainsboro High School South finished fourth with 240 points in 2019. In addition, a second team from Lower Merion High School finished with 253 points.