- The 200 Medley relay team included Brittany Rohrer, Ella Kasten, Kelly Rohrer and Molly Shickel.
- The 200 Free relay team included Rachel Moore, Hannah Burkholder, Molly, and Ella Kasten.
- The 400 Free relay team included Rachel Moore, Hannah Burkholder, Brittany Rohrer, and Kelly Rohrer.
- Individual 1st place winners included the following: Ella in the 50 Free and Kelly in the 100 Fly with a school record.
- Second place winners were Brittany in the 200 IM and 100 Back with a school record and Ella in the 100 Breast with a school record.
- Placing 3rd were Rachel in the 50 and 100 Free, Kelly in the 100 Breast, and Hannah in the 200 Free.
- Other individual qualifiers were Cat Sweigart in the 200 IM and 100 Breast, Bethany in diving, and Molly in the 200 and 100 Free.
- Bethany recently broke the school record in an 11 Dive meet twice.
- The Medley relay of Stephen Bates, Justin Sherrill, Nate Bowers, and Justin Lough and the 400 Free relay of Noah Estes, Sam Cook, Elliott Rheault, and Stephen Bates placed 3rd.
- Seth Dye placed 2nd in the diving and Justin Sherrill placed 3rd in the 50 Free.
- Other individual qualifiers were Justin Lough in the 50 and 100 Free and Justin Sherrill in the 100 Breast.
The TA Swim and Dive Teams competed at the Conference 29 Championships this past weekend. The girls team placed 2nd and the boys team placed 4th. The girls recorded 26 best times for the season and the boys had 14. The girls swept all three relays and broke school records.
The TAHS girls' softball and boys' soccer teams both won Conference 29 titles last night (05/2815). The Lady Knights beat Broadway High School by a score of 4 to 3. The Knights' soccer team won over Stuarts Draft High School by a score of 5 to 2.
The boys' baseball team lost last night to Monticello High School by a score of 3 to 1 to take second place in Conference 29.
All three teams will continue in Region 3 West play next week.
On Friday, April 17, 2015, more than twenty of Mrs. Ferek's Physical Education students set off for a very ambitious day of biking along either the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Trail or the Western Maryland Rail Trail. Congratulations to all these determined bikers!
Below is the list of students and the miles they biked.
These students were accompanied by the following chaperones: Sue Cooper, Joan Cromer, Cindy Ferek, Tony Ferek, Jack Glover, Karen Glover, Logan May, Samantha Garrett, Robin Garrett, and Chuck Roy.
Congratulations to the JV and Varsity Lady Knights Soccer teams on their opening season wins against the Hornets of Orange County. Come out and support your ladies on Saturday against Sherando! JV plays at 10:00 A.M. and Varsity plays at 1:00 P.M.
Congratulations also to the Boys' Soccer team for their victory at Orange County High School
The TA Lady Knights won the Virginia 3A Basketball Championship over Broadway High School Wednesday, March 11, 2015. This is the third state title for the Lady Knights, who won in 1998 and again in 1999.
Mr. Lovell was named Coach of the Year by the Virginia High School League for Girls' 3A basketball. This season also saw Coach Rob Lovell's 400th career win.
Check out the online photo story by Daniel Lin from the Daily News Record.
Click here to read Daily News Record story on final game.
Below is coverage from WHSV TV3 in Harrisonburg, VA.
The TAHS Girls' Basketball team won Regional 3A West Tournament on Sunday afternoon. They will be traveling to Richmond on Tuesday, March 10, 2015, to play in the first round of States. Their game will begin at 3:30 P.M.
Basketball All-Valley District selections were announced yesterday.
The girls team placed 13th overall breaking 5 school records. Medal winners were Bethany Estes placing 6th in the 11 Dive competition; and the girls 200 Free Relay of Brittany Rohrer, Rachel Moore, Molly Shickel and Ella Kasten placing 5th. The 200 Medley Relay of Brittany Rohrer, Ella Kasten, Kelly Rohrer and Molly Shickel placed 10th. Both the 200 Free Relay and 200 Medley Relay broke their school records in the morning prelims and again in the evening finals. The 400 Free Relay of Emily Kunowsky, Hannah Burkholder, Kelly Rohrer, and Rachel Moore moved up 2 spots dropping 6 seconds from prelims to place 13th in finals and break their school record. Ella Kasten placed 9th in the 100 Breaststroke and 10th in the 100 Freestyle. Kelly Rohrer placed 20th in the 100 Fly, and Brittany Rohrer placed 23rd in the 200 IM. Justin Sherrill represented the Boys Swim team placing 10th in the 100 breaststroke and 24th overall.
The boys swim team placed 12th overall with Justin Sherrill qualifying for states in the 100 breast finishing 4th. The girls swim and dive team placed 6th overall, breaking 5 TA school records. The following swimmer are state qualifiers in individual events:
This week’s TV-3 Student Athlete is Savannah Witt. If you missed it, go to the WHSV website and check her profile. Great job Savannah!
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