The end and the beginning Last Saturday (Nov. 14) at Great Meadow, Rappahannock County High School senior Julia Wood finished first — for the third consecutive year — to become the Division 1A Cross Country State Champion. Two days before…
Varsity football leads the headlines this week with a victory — their first — over Massanutten Military Academy last Friday night at Panther Stadium. Successes for the band, cross country teams and volleyball, plus WCDS' athletes of the month.
Between the Panther Marching Band, the girls and boys cross country teams and both the JV and varsity volleyball teams, the trophy case in the RCHS gym will soon be considerably more crowded.
Rappahannock County’s cross-country teams pose for a group portrait after the Region 1A East Championships.
A look at civic engagement and community service at RCHS, and an update on Rapp's undefeated volleyball Panthers and cross-country district champs.
The latest sports and school news in Rappahannock County.
In honor of local foods week, RCPS cafeteria staff, who serve a thousand breakfasts and two thousand lunches every week, prepared some special meals for students, and dressed the part, too.
This week's school and sports news.
After a team trip to Charlottesville to see University of Virginia men’s soccer in action, Rappahannock County Elementary School’s Junior Panther boys soccer team, along with parents and coach Paul Paratore, took up a table for 28 at Wood Grill…
The week's school and sports news.
Wakefield Country Day School’s Chris O’Heir fights for possession in a JV boys soccer contest at home against the Patriots of Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy last week. A goal by Porter Gilliam with 3:38 left broke a tie and gave…
RCHS' PRIDE program takes the fight out of bullying, and a WCDS sports update.
Rappahannock County Public Schools has forged an agreement with Valley Health/Warren Memorial Hospital to provide the county schools with a part-time athletics trainer.
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.