R-MA News & Blog

Varsity Soccer Defeats Rival WCDS

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Stephen Latham

R-MA produced another complete performance in a 2-1 away win at Wakefield Country Day School (WCDS). 

Edwin Ikhinmwin ’17 scored a scorcher from 30 yards and Samson Jiya ’18 teed up Timmy Fajembola ’17 for a tap-in to give the Jackets a 2-0 first half lead. Fajembola ‘17 also had two further goals ruled off-side in the first half. 

Middle School Soccer Keeps Up the Good Work

Friday, October 7, 2016

Chris Peter

The Middle School soccer team had two exciting games this week. We faced Quantico on Monday and came away with a 4-2 victory. The boys started off with an energetic first half. Sidique Thomas-Sualley ‘21 had three assists in the half. Nnamdi Odom ‘23, JJ Banek-Gabele ‘21 and newcomer Netheneel Loolo ’23 all scored in the first half. The boys were moving as a unit and playing great team defense. 

Varsity Soccer Wins 4-1

Friday, October 7, 2016

Stephen Latham

The Yellow Jackets notched up a convincing 4-1 victory over Wakefield School with a solid performance throughout the game. 

Samson Jiya '18 scored the opener with a strong run and shot in the box for a 1-0 half-time lead and played a big role in the second half that was put over the line by Lucas Costa '17. 

Varsity Soccer Just Shy of Victory

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Stephen Latham

The varsity soccer team produced one of its best displays of the season as the team continues to progress and develop, but fell just short with a 3-2 loss away to Seton. 

Lucas Costa ‘17 opened the scoring for the Jackets with a stunning overhead kick that had the Seton players and the coach congratulating him on a “goal of the season”. Seton managed to even up the scoring later in the half to head in 1-1 at the break.

Middle School Volleyball Tallies Another Win

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Danielle Clingerman

Two nights ago the Lady Jackets traveled to St. Joe’s for an exciting and close match. 

In the first set Haley Clingerman ’21 led her team with four serving points. Jessalyn Brooks ’21 and Lily Grossman ’21 both served three points with one of Brooks’ being an ace. Jotrina Vamboi ’21 and Destinee Thomas ’21 each served one point. The ladies displayed wonderful defense and kept the first set close right up to the end when St. Joe’s took the lead and the win. The score was 25-19.