R-MA News & Blog

Track Athletes Qualify for States

Friday, March 16, 2018

Celeste Brooks P'12, '21, Director of Communications

During the first track meet of the year, held at Page County High School on March 15th, the following student-athletes met the qualifying standards for the state competition in track and field. 

Girls
Caroline Starling - High Jump (5'2")
Destinee Thomas - Long Jump (14'0")
Ure Okoye - 100m (13.15) 
Quinlin Bruhn - Long Jump (13'11.75")
                       - 100m (14.47)


Day by Day

Friday, January 26, 2018

Cooper Bourdon '11

Eddie Rapoport '18 sets the ball for a penalty kick on the saturated field in Manassas Park. This is heavy. If he makes this shot, R-MA will defeat the sixth-ranked team in the state and advance to the Delaney Athletic Conference (DAC) soccer championship game. Rapoport sizes up the keeper standing in net. The foe is determined to vanquish R-MA's shot at victory. Rapoport steps back, takes a deep breath, and reminds himself how the R-MA soccer team reached this point.


Middle School Girls Cross Country Rises to Championship Titles

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Celeste Brooks P'12, '21, Director of Public Relations
A year ago, the R-MA Middle School girls’ cross country team didn’t exist. The lone female runner from the previous two years ago had opted to join volleyball instead. No one else stepped forward to try the grueling sport. It seemed its time as an R-MA Middle School sport had ended. 
 

Middle School Girls' Volleyball Falls to WCDS

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Danielle Clingerman

Today the Lady Jackets hosted the Owls from Wakefield Country Day School and came out ready to play in the first set. Every player on the team scored serving points during this set. Peyton Kaufman ‘23 led the team with 6 points including an ace. Chidera Anyanwu ’22 added 5 points with three of them being aces. Sarah Starling ’24 added 4 points with one ace and Elianne Gihozo ‘22 added three points. Ameera Anderson-Dade ’23 and Chichi Ogbuebile ’23 each served one point. Not only was the serving on point, the defense was amazing.


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