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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 […]

 
Miller School Bounces Walsingham in Double OT

Miller School Bounces Walsingham in Double OT

(Article by Ty Hodges via Williamsburg – Yorktown Daily) Despite Richard Washington’s best efforts, which came in the form of a 34-point performance, Walsingham Academy’s season came to a gut-wrenching end during a 68-64 double overtime loss at home against Miller School in the first round of the Virginia Independent […]

 
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 […]

 
Outdoor Club Goes Caving

Outdoor Club Goes Caving

The Outdoor Club visited Kees Cave in Franklin, WV on Sunday, November 1.  The trip was guided by Lester Zook of Wild Guyde Adventures.  Students enjoyed hours of below ground exploration,  learned about cave navigation and orientation, underground safety, and tested their flexibility on some tight squeezes.  We are looking […]

 
Charlottesville Teen Competes on World Stage

Charlottesville Teen Competes on World Stage

BY RYAN McKINNON Richmond Times-Dispatch Two and a half years ago, high school junior Pedro Marten had never been in a bike race. But after seeing a cycling team train at the University of Sao Paolo in his native Brazil, Marten knew what he wanted to be. “I saw it […]

 
Miller School’s Pedro Martins Readies for World Road Cycling Championship in Richmond

Miller School’s Pedro Martins Readies for World Road Cycling Championship in Richmond

By Jerry Reid, The Crozet Gazette Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 17-year-old Pedro Martins is putting miles on his bike and body for Miller School of Albemarle’s riding team while preparing to ride for his home country in the UCI Road World Championships in Richmond September 19-27. To say he […]

 
The Miller School Opens Doors for High School Cycling

The Miller School Opens Doors for High School Cycling

By DAVE SKRETTA August 8, 2015 2:39 am Peter Hufnagel remembers the night his dream became a reality. It was 2010, and the cross country coach for The Miller School of Albemarle was walking down a hallway when he ran into his athletic director. They got to talking about endurance […]

 
Mavericks Fight Valiantly For State Championship

Mavericks Fight Valiantly For State Championship

BY SCOTT RATCLIFFE | Daily Progress correspondent, Photo credit: Tom Pallante COLONIAL HEIGHTS —  A valiant comeback attempt fell just short for the top-seeded Miller School baseball team, as second-seeded Greenbrier Christian Academy held on to win the VISAA Division II state championship, 6-3, at Shepherd Stadium on Saturday. After […]

 
Brown, Mallory and Schroeder Signed Letters of Intent

Brown, Mallory and Schroeder Signed Letters of Intent

Harrison Brown, Lexi Mallory and Connor Schroeder signed letters of intent to Dickinson College, Randolph Macon and The Citadel, respectively. Congratulations to these wonderful student athletes! Photos of their signings can be found here. Media coverage at NBC12 and Newsplex. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (WVIR) – The spring signing period continued Wednesday […]

 
Manuel Hopes to Take Miller Basketball Back to the Top

Manuel Hopes to Take Miller Basketball Back to the Top

BY DREW GOODMAN | Daily Progress correspondent While most area high school athletes are sound asleep at 6:30 a.m., the varsity basketball team at The Miller School is already hard at work. For many players, the early morning routine can get old in a hurry, but for Danny Manuel, getting […]