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COACH OF THE YEAR: Braxton brings home another state title for Miller

COACH OF THE YEAR: Braxton brings home another state title for Miller

Despite having just two starters returning from last season’s team, Miller School head girls basketball coach James Braxton led the Mavericks to their third straight VISAA Division II state championship. Braxton led Miller to a 20-8 record and its second straight championship game victory over Nansemond-Suffolk and George Washington University […]

 
Miller Girls WinThird Straight State Title

Miller Girls WinThird Straight State Title

Article by Ron Counts via dailyprogress.com — Secret Bryant and Aby Morrill combined to hit 5-of-6 free throws in the final minute Saturday and the Miller School girls basketball topped Nansemond-Suffolk, 46-41, to win its third straight Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division II state championship. All three championships hold […]

 
Four MSA Student Athletes Sign to Play Div I Sports

Four MSA Student Athletes Sign to Play Div I Sports

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (WVIR) – It was signing day at The Miller School Tuesday. Four student-athletes signed national letters on intent to play sports at the division I college level. Connor Gillispie signed to play Baseball at VCU. Gillispie has a.323 batting average and has hit 39 RBI over the […]

 
End of the Semester Awards Ceremony

End of the Semester Awards Ceremony

Yesterday had all of MSA gathered together to celebrate the best of our best (because everyone at MSA is the best, and we already know that!) with our end of the third semester Awards Ceremony. Both academic and athletic awards were given, and there were many proud moments. Below is […]

 
Mavericks Honor DI-Bound Athletes

Mavericks Honor DI-Bound Athletes

Article via Newsplex.com ~ The baseball team at the Miller School will have a pair of future Division I players on the pitching staff next spring. Baseball players Mike Dailey (VCU) and Jacob Rich (Radford) were among the Mavericks honored Wednesday morning for signing letters of intent with college programs. […]

 
Three MSA High School Basketball Players Heading to Play College Ball

Three MSA High School Basketball Players Heading to Play College Ball

Three Miller School high school basketball standouts made their college choices official Thursday in a signing ceremony at MSA. Cam Smith, Guilherme Guimaraes and Kristin Histand were all honored as they announced where they will be playing their college basketball next season. Smith, a 6-1 point guard, is headed to […]

 
Lady Mavs State Champs With Win Over Williamsburg Christian Academy!

Lady Mavs State Champs With Win Over Williamsburg Christian Academy!

Miller Lady Mavs are State Champions with their win over Williamsburg Christian Academy 48-41. Daily Progress Article We will have details on the game as they are reported. Fantastic team!! Thanks for your hard work. Enjoy your win! NBC29 Video.  Scrimmage Play Article The winning score Friday over Nansemond-Suffolk was […]

 
MSA Graduate Making It Count

MSA Graduate Making It Count

Taylor Sandidge entered this basketball season just hoping to gain a freshman apprenticeship in the rugged NCAA Division II Mountain East Conference for the University of Virginia’s College at Wise. That transition plan changed quickly. In the opening game on Nov. 17 at Ohio Valley University, the 5-foot-5 speedster from […]

 
Miller Girls Slow Down Spotswood to Win Holiday Classic Championship

Miller Girls Slow Down Spotswood to Win Holiday Classic Championship

Via Daily Progress ~ James Braxton peeked at his opponent’s previous scores in the 2013 Daily Progress/NBC 29 Holiday Basketball Classic and created a goal for his own team. “We really needed to slow it down,” said the Miller coach. If Miller was going to capture this tournament’s title over […]

 
Miller Girls Reach Holiday Classic Final

Miller Girls Reach Holiday Classic Final

“Having those kind of games definitely helps,” Braxton said. “Usually I try to schedule tough games that will test us. We’ve been down before, 5-6 times and we came back and competed. They just had to step up, and that’s what they did.” Read full Daily Progress article.     […]