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Despite several days of rain leading up to this year’s Crozet Running Mint Springs Trail 5k, 235 finishers conquered the challenging “5k-ish” course (it might be closer to four miles than three) on May 13. Runners and walkers climbed to some of the highest points on the Mint Springs Valley Park trails before descending back to the finish line...
Going into their regional semi-finals match against Cave Springs on May 23, the WAHS girls varsity tennis team had a perfect, 19-0 record. With their first 10 victories of the season coming in the form of 9-0 sweeps, an undefeated district record, and a Conference 29 championship under their belts, the girls were soaring high. “It tells you something...
After going 7-7 on the regular season, the boys varsity lacrosse team rallied in the playoffs, winning the Conference 29 championship and beating Hanover to advance to the second round of the regional tournament. According to head coach Alex Whitten, both the deceptive regular season record and postseason winning streak are results of a purposefully tough schedule. “While we would...
The WAHS crew team followed up its wildly successful 2016 state and national championship winning season by chalking up eight medals at the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association Championships and two silver medals at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America Nationals. “We entered ten boats in the state championships and brought home four gold, two silver, and two bronze medals,”...
By beating Broadway 8-0 May 25, the WAHS girls’ varsity soccer team captured their fourth straight Conference 29 championship. The win topped off a tournament the lady warriors dominated, logging two additional 7-0 victories—one against Fort Defiance, the other versus Waynesboro in the semi-finals. Leading the title-game’s offensive onslaught was Abigail Zimmerman with three goals, Savannah Wilson and Katrine...
After going undefeated in their district and sweeping Waynesboro 5-0 to take the conference title, the WAHS boys varsity tennis team went on to beat Blacksburg 5-4 in a grueling regional championship match that came down to a tie-breaker. The match was the result of a brutal 6.25-hour contest against Hidden Valley, a team that had, up until that point,...
Going into the May 26 Conference 29 finals against Turner Ashby, the WAHS baseball team was 16-4 on the season and, despite experiencing some tough injuries to two key pitchers during the tournament, had logged what coach Skip Hudgins called a good, solid season. “We went into the season with the stated goal of improving as men and ballplayers,”...

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Fourth Annual Mint Springs 5K

Despite several days of rain leading up to this year’s Crozet Running Mint Springs Trail 5k, 235 finishers conquered the challenging “5k-ish” course (it...

Girls Tennis Wins Conference

Going into their regional semi-finals match against Cave Springs on May 23, the WAHS girls varsity tennis team had a perfect, 19-0 record. With...

Boys Lacrosse Conference Champions

After going 7-7 on the regular season, the boys varsity lacrosse team rallied in the playoffs, winning the Conference 29 championship and beating Hanover...

WAHS Crew Team Dominates States and Places at Nationals

The WAHS crew team followed up its wildly successful 2016 state and national championship winning season by chalking up eight medals at the Virginia...

Girls Soccer Takes Conference

By beating Broadway 8-0 May 25, the WAHS girls’ varsity soccer team captured their fourth straight Conference 29 championship. The win topped off a...

Boys Tennis Claims Regional Championship

After going undefeated in their district and sweeping Waynesboro 5-0 to take the conference title, the WAHS boys varsity tennis team went on to...

Baseball Takes Runner-up in Conference Championship

Going into the May 26 Conference 29 finals against Turner Ashby, the WAHS baseball team was 16-4 on the season and, despite experiencing some...