The Rappahannock County Public Schools Parent Teacher Organization would like to thank the local team sponsors for their generous support of our upcoming Alumni Basketball Tournament.
We can all be proud of what our student-athletes of RCHS have accomplished. I was in Richmond last Saturday to see our volleyball team win its first-ever state championship, a grand finale to a perfect season, a 27-0 record.
Wakefield Country Day School’s middle school boys soccer team poses with coach Lavonne Atkins (right) and Athletic Director Mike Costello after the team won the Valley Middle School Conference championship recently.
Rapp volleyball is the state championship team; Rapp theater is first in the region.
Rapp's undefeated varsity volleyball team is headed for the state championship final at VCU Saturday; RCHS senior cross-country runner Gavin Jenkins is the 1A state champ at last Saturday's meet, and lots more school/sports news.
Varsity football finished their finest season ever at Hundred High School in WV, bringing home a 62-0 victory; varsity girls’ volleyball team began their conference playoffs winning in straight sets; senior, Gavin Jenkins, placed first in regional cross country championship.
Accolades galore for Panthers; girl's varsity volleyball finish the season undefeated; boy's cross country take conference championship; thespians win Conference 43 theater championship for the third straight year; and varsity football keeps breaking records.
As RCPS' fall regular seasons wind down, Senior Nights and Homecoming activities dominate the sports news this week, with postseason tournaments coming up soon; Panthers varsity football dominate Homecoming game.
The Rappahannock Rage 14-U travel softball team brought home the championship in their division of the USSSA Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament in Reston recently.
Wakefield Country Day School (WCDS) Athletic Director Mike Costello shows appreciation for a new gym scoreboard, a recent gift of Union Bank and Trust, to Vice President and Senior Commercial Banker Jason Brady.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and RCHS is fully engaged; student honors at WCDS and R-MA; and Panther football is on a roll.
The last several weeks have been banner weeks for Rappahannock County athletes with almost all competitive teams posting victories. Varsity football takes the lead this week with their first road win in many seasons.
With September coming to a close, Rapp’s fall sports teams are approaching the midpoint of their seasons, with victories and standout performances rolling in like the ripe apples from local orchards.
Belle Meade Equestrian members competed in the Bull Run Hunt’s Hunter Show a few Fridays ago, including Sofie Garcia and Alex Forte.
Panther football kicks off with a win; new faculty and staff have joined Wakefield Country Day School.
RCHS’ varsity Panthers prepare to move (and did, repeatedly) against the Warriors of Grace Christian at last Friday’s brilliant home-opener win at Panther Stadium.