DVC

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DVCDisney Vacation Club
DVCDiablo Valley College
DVCDevice
DVCDomestic Violence Coalition
DVCDomestic Violence Council
DVCDual Voice Coil (speakers)
DVCDigital Video Camera
DVCDigital Vibrance Control
DVCDistributed Video Coding
DVCDigital Video Cassette
DVCDepartment for Victorian Communities (Australia)
DVCDorsal Vagal Complex (gastrointestinal tract)
DVCDynamic Virtual Circuit
DVCData Validation Certificate
DVCDual Voice Coil
DVCDv Compression
DVCDigital Video Computing
DVCDigital Video Creator
DVCDigital Video Capture
DVCDigital Video Codec
DVCDamodar Valley Corporation (India)
DVCDelaware Valley College
DVCDigital Video Communications (various organizations)
DVCDirector Vice Cancellor (education)
DVCDavinci Code (novel)
DVCDigital Video Conference
DVCDistributed Version Control (computing)
DVCDivision Chief
DVCDuPage Valley Conference (Chicago, Illinois area high schools)
DVCDomestic Violence Center
DVCDelivery Verification Certificate (trade)
DVCDeutsche Venture Capital (German investment firm)
DVCDigital Video Compression
DVCDesktop Video Conferencing
DVCDynamic Vehicle Control
DVCDiligentia, Vis, Celeritas (Accuracy, Power, Speed; IPSC motto)
DVCDigital Valve Controller
DVCDambrackas Video Compression (KVM switch)
DVCDisease Vector Control (World Health Organization)
DVCDutch Validation Council (est. 1997)
DVCDiet Vanilla Coke
DVCDomestic Violence Counselor
DVCDemocratic Victory Circle (Washington state democratic party)
DVCDigital Voice Compression (telephony)
DVCDirect View Console
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Six-foot-five, 220-pound tight end Austin Frederick, who had 11 catches for 123 yards, is one of the most underrated players in the DuPage Valley Conference. Junior Nick Shannon is a dual-threat quarterback coming up from the sophomore level.
2018 record: 7-4, 4-0, first in DuPage Valley Conference.
2018 record: 3-6, 1-3, fourth in DuPage Valley Conference.
2018 record: 6-4, 3-1, second in DuPage Valley Conference.
Between defensive linemen Demari Wilson, who last season had 5.5 sacks, and Joey Gits, the Warriors have two of the better pass rushers in the DuPage Valley Conference. Linebacker Ryan Mutz was second on the team with 48 tackles, while Grayson Griffin started last year as a sophomore.
2018 record: 10-2, 6-1, second in DuPage Valley Conference.
Neuqua Valley (18-8) DuPage Valley Conference champion
For Neuqua Valley, its task Saturday on its home field was to clinch the DuPage Valley Conference title.
The Wildcats (21-5, 12-1) broke out to a 7-0 fourth-inning lead in the DuPage Valley Conference. Justin Blazek went 3-for-4 while Mitch Rokosz had 2 RBI.
If the DuPage Valley Conference presented a comeback athlete of the year in boys track and field, after Friday's championships it would have to be Naperville Central's Cade McDonald.
Jack Cagigal pitched a 5-hit shutout with 5 strikeouts and a walk for the Mustangs (20-4, 8-4) in DuPage Valley Conference action.
The Neuqua senior scored the tying goal in the final minutes of regulation to send Friday's DuPage Valley Conference girls soccer game to overtime.