Your fall sports to-do list at RCHS, plus a Food for Thought Award for Rappahannock's Farm-to-Table and food services programs.
The AD's (final report) on track champions and other end-of-season award-winners; WCDS' class of 2015 graduates; and CCLC youngsters make things ready for butterflies.
The postseason is in full swing for Rapp Athletics — and this week includes a first-ever conference championship team win for RCHS' girls varsity track.
Rappahannock County High School sports wrapped up their regular seasons last week, with some outstanding moments serving to bring some momentum for the coming playoffs. Varsity track competed in the Bull Run District Meet last Wednesday at Strasburg. Highlights included Julia…
AD’s report Spring is quickly turning into summer as our Rappahannock athletic teams are finishing up their regular seasons and hoping, like the weather, to get hot for the coming playoffs. Junior Panther baseball and softball take the headlines this…
In a week filled with nature’s finest and nature’s fury, Rapp athletes put in some fine and furious performances of their own, bringing home some personal records and one championship.
Headwaters announces a new scholarship program that focuses on persons with disabilities, their friends and family, and the AD reports on Rappahannock's latest sports successes.
A Rapp Quiz Bowl team victory on "It's Academic!", more RCHS updates, and honors for Burnett at Virginia Tech.
RYBL held its annual championship tournament recently. Photos of the winning and all-tournament teams and most valuable players.
Lorraine Early throws out the first pitch Saturday to begin the Rappahannock Culpeper Baseball league’s season at Stuart Field in Amissville.
In his last game with the Rappahannock County High School varsity boys basketball team, senior player Bradlee Frye eclipsed RCHS’ all-time boys’ scoring record of 1,238 points.
For Saturday’s Old Dominion Hounds Point-to-Point races at Ben Venue Farm’s rolling race course, a finally spring-like weather forecast attracted an overflowing entry box for the day’s nine races which were run under sunny skies but with chillier-than-expected winds.
Rapp AD's update, fourth-graders visit Scrabble School, Old Dominion University honors for RCHS grad Trey Swindler.
Jimmy Swindler, RCPS athletics (and facilities) director for the past four years, says his most recent roster decision — on his own position with the team — was his most difficult.
Rapp spring sports get going (or is it late winter?), the RCHS band is "Superior" again, and honors for Rappahannock County college students.
The latest from Rapp athletics, plus a Medieval Faire at WCDS, a strong showing by Rapp middle-schoolers at the regional science fair and more in this week's School and Sports News.