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Resilience Leads to Win for Middle School Volleyball

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

David Camarillo, Middle School Volleyball Head Coach

Tonight's match was a testament to what determination can accomplish.  Fresta's Middle School Volleyball showed that they were ready for our little Yellow Jackets by putting the pressure on through out two sets of PURE VOLLEY BATTLE. For game sets 1 and 2, Fresta was leading most of the match by a few points, until the end.

These Lady Jackets were not having it! In set one, the group rallied around each other and took the win.  The second set looked about the same, except the Jackets were trailing by at least a few points.  


Varsity Soccer Falls to Division 1 School

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Stephen Latham P'18, German Instructor & Varsity Soccer Head Coach

The Jackets warmed up for their first conference game later this week by hosting Trinity at Mountain View who play a division higher in Division 1. The most exciting play was in the first half when Somto Ogah scored a great goal from a fast build-up to pull the score back to 1-2 after Trinity had taken a 2 goal lead. The tie was evenly balanced with R-MA holding their own and JJ Banek-Gabelle giving a commanding performance in goal. Trinity were awarded a penalty before half-time after an unfortunate handball in the area.


Solid Opener for Varsity Cross Country

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Don Williams, Cross Country Head Coach

The Cross Country teams had a solid opening first race at Foxcroft Academy.  The boys' team finished in 6th place out of 10 teams and only two points behind the fifth place team.  James Ross was the top runner for R-MA finishing in 19th place with Ben Kopjanski, Lawrence Carvana and Kevin Wu right behind him in 21st,  29th, and 35th places respectively out of 82 runners.


Strong Performance for Middle School Cross Country Teams

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

R-MA Staff
On September 17th, the Middle School Cross Country team hosted five area schools to run the new course for the 2019 season.  While the new course has eliminated the famed “Green Monster”, it did offer runners plenty of hills and “Green Monster, Jr.” to traverse.  After a quick walk-thru to ensure that all runners knew the way, the runners did their last-minute preparations.  Having one race under their belt already, the R-MA runners toed the line with confidence and excitement.  At the call to start, R-MA quickly took their places in the pack of

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