The Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association has released their all-state girls’ basketball teams for the 2013-14 season. Among the honored players is Wakefield Country Day School’s Maeve Dale, who was named to the second team all-state for the second straight year.
“It is quite an honor that Maeve was selected . . . to the Division III second team all-state for the second year in a row,” said athletic director Mike Costello. “Maeve, her teammates and coaches worked hard to remain ranked in the state poll all season. This honor is a reflection of that work . . . Maeve has simply made a good name for herself in the state with the help of her teammates, coaches and administrators. She is very deserving and a special athlete. We all join in congratulating her for this accomplishment.”
Dale is the first repeat all-state athlete in WCDS history.
Malcolm Perry, a Rappahannock County High School grad and member of the class of 2015 from Chester Gap, has been named to the fall 2013 dean’s list at Loyola University in Maryland. To qualify, a student must have a GPA of at least 3.5 with a minimum of 15 credits.
Three other Rappahannock residents made the dean’s list at Virginia Tech, including James M. Minyard, James R. White and Bennett T. Eastham.
Minyard, from Amissville, is a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering; White is a junior from Flint Hill majoring in chemical engineering; and Eastham, of Washington, is a senior communication major. To qualify for the dean’s list, students must attempt at least 12 credit hours and earn a 3.4 GPA.
Robert Schultz, of Amissville, competed at the Virginia State Boys’ Gymnastics Championship on March 9, placing seventh in the 11-plus age group. Schultz is a level 4 gymnast and a member of the GMS Boys Team in Manassas. He is the son of Amissville residents Steve Schultz and Pam Young-Schultz.