R-MA News & Blog

R-MA Football Dominant in Waynesboro

Monday, October 3, 2016

Cooper Bourdon '11

This past Friday witnessed a rainfall of biblical proportions as the R-MA football team faced Fishburne Military School (FMS) in Waynesboro, Virginia.  R-MA’s performance reflected that of the weather: it was persistent, tenacious, and dominant.

The Yellow Jacket defense thoroughly handled FMS’s inverted wishbone offense and allowed them to cross the 50 yard-line just one time.  From the defensive line to the free safety, every player was flying to the ball and getting in on the action.


A Suspenseful Match for Varsity Volleyball

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Cooper Bourdon '11

Yesterday the Girls’ varsity volleyball team paid a visit to Tandem Friends School in Charlottesville, Virginia, for what was nothing short of a thrilling match.

The Lady Jackets were facing an opponent with terrific fundamentals and skillful execution.  Tandem gave R-MA everything they had and kept the match neck and neck with not a single person in the crowd sitting in their seat.  “The crowd was so loud,” said Julia Norton ’17. Despite the tumultuous atmosphere in the gymnasium the Yellow Jackets won the first set.


R-MA Middle School Volleyball Falls Just Short to WCDS

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Danielle Clingerman

The Lady Jackets traveled to Wakefield Country Day School (WCDS) last night to take on the Lady Owls. 

In the first set Jessalyn Brooks ’21 and Jotrina Vamboi ’21 both served five points. Haley Clingerman ’21 served three points and Destinee Thomas ’21 added one point. We had some amazing volleys but fell short and lost the match 25-22.


R-MA Loses to FA

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Stephen Latham

R-MA demonstrated their rapid development as a team in a solid 0-0 first half at home to Delaney Athletic Conference (DAC) table-toppers Fredericksburg Academy (FA).  Stifling their attacks and creating the best chances to take the lead were Danny Chung ‘17, Timmy Fajembola ’17 and Sang Yoon Lee ’18 all going close. 


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