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.
The PATH Foundation announces $500k in available funds, RCHS teachers have openings for music students, and an update on fundraising efforts for Gary Jenkins.
Grace Raiford and her brother, Ryan, keep an eye on things at last month's Luray Swim Fest.
The Rappahannock County Schools Sports Association (RCSSA) hosted Challenger Sports’ British Soccer Camp a couple of weeks ago.
Headwaters' call for potential chorus members; RCPS sports update; degrees and honors at R-MA, JMU and more.
With the exciting conclusion of last weekend’s state track meet, Rappahannock County High School’s spring sports season has come to a close.
RCHS track stars at States this weekend, a Boston student takes wing, volunteers recognized at RCPS.
Second place hurts. The varsity wrestling team finished their season as Virginia 1A state runner-ups, as Rural Retreat bested the Panthers by 121 points en route to their third consecutive state championship.
Rappahannock Junior Kayla Robey broke the hallowed 1,000-point mark last week, plus rest of the winter sports news at RCHS and Wakefield Country Day School.
The Rappahannock High School wrestling team made their mark on Saturday (Feb. 13), winning the Region 1A East Championship at Northampton High School by 49 points, and sending five wrestlers to the finals match. Region champs: Christian McCracken at 145…