R-MA News & Blog

A Successful Saturday for Alumni Lacrosse Game

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Tony Ballard

On Saturday, May 7, R-MA hosted the first annual lacrosse alumni game. A total of 15 alumni and one former coach, Dave Gillis, made the trip back to Front Royal to participate in the event. The day started with recognizing the current seniors and their families. The first game featured alumni vs current players with the alumni squeaking out a victory in overtime. The second game involved mixing the players together.


The Golf Team's Last Swing at the Regular Season

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Bill Curl

On May 5th, the R-MA varsity golf team traveled  to Fredericksburg, Virginia, to play their last regular season match against the  Wakefield School and Fredericksburg Christian at Lee's Hill Golf Club. The weather was overcast and cool, but they were able to complete the match. The Jackets were under-manned due to academic responsibilities, but were able to be competitive with only four golfers.


Winter Champions Are Made in the Spring

Monday, April 25, 2016

Frank Sullivan

Four of our wrestlers have been adhering to this motto by attending the Next Level Wrestling Club.  The club is sponsored by the Warren County Parks and Recreation Department and is directed by Warren County High School Head Coach, Matt Wadas. This is an awesome opportunity for our wrestlers to learn new techniques and to be tested in a talent filled wrestling room.

The wrestlers participating are: So-So Eke Spiff (2017), Joseph Leichsenring (2017), Yi Xiong (2018) and A. J. Sullivan (2020).
 


Yellow Jackets and Hawks Tie in Varsity Golf Match

Monday, April 25, 2016

Bill Curl

On Wednesday, April 20, the R-MA Yellow Jackets traveled to Fauquier Springs Country Club to play the Highland Hawks in a DAC varsity golf match. The weather was beautiful with full sunshine a light winds. The Jackets were ahead by four strokes through posting scores of the first five players for both teams. Highland's number six player reported a 49 which cancelled their previous third lowest score of 52. Thus, the teams tied at 137-137.


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