The William Monroe girls basketball team earned their first regional win under head coach Jess Stafford, dominating Thomas Jefferson 73-44 on Friday night.
The William Monroe girls basketball team wrapped up their undefeated season Friday night at Brentsville District High School with a 31-20 victory over the Tigers. The win was Monroe’s 21st straight victory and capped off an unprecedented season.
CULPEPER — The undefeated William Monroe girls basketball team notched their 17th straight win last Friday night at Northwestern District rival Culpeper County High School, 62-45.
CROZET — The second annual Play for Preemies Showcase benefit girls basketball tournament saw 12 teams display support for the UVA Children’s Hospital in Charlottesville and the Carilion Clinic Children’s Hospital in Roanoke on Saturday, Jan. 6.
Tournament MVP Samantha Brunelle put on a show as William Monroe stormed past Albemarle, 59-23, last Friday in the girls championship game of the Daily Progress Holiday Hoops Classic.
Behind another impressive performance by junior forward Samantha Brunelle, the William Monroe girls basketball team punched its ticket to the Daily Progress Holiday Hoops Classic title game.
For the William Monroe girls basketball team, the Dec. 27 Daily Progress Holiday Hoops Classic opener against Brooke Point was a grind until the final buzzer.
Since the Virginia High School League changed its rules, it’s common to find busy gyms throughout the year at most high schools, but during the past two fall seasons at William Monroe, the girls basketball staff had two gyms going.
Samantha Brunelle’s momentum-preserving 3-pointers and baseline drives in an early-season win over Fluvanna County electrified the crowd at William Monroe High School, but Greene Dragons head girls basketball coach Jess Stafford took pleasure in much simpler things.
Samantha Brunelle scored more than 30 points for the second game in a row last Friday, but the William Monroe girls basketball team had to withstand a late run in a 57-49 victory over Fluvanna County.
With several potential future college coaches in attendance, William Monroe junior Samantha Brunelle stuffed the stat sheet as the Greene Dragons cruised to a 69-32 season-opening victory over visiting Orange County last Tuesday night.
The nightcap of last Friday’s basketball doubleheader at William Monroe was nip and tuck until back-to-back steals by Blake Shifflett late in the second quarter sparked 10 unanswered points, and the Greene Dragons’ boys basketball team never looked back in a 69-53 victory over Fluvanna County.
The Harlem Wizards, a basketball team whose history goes back to 1962 when it was created by sports promoter Howie Davis, will make a stop Saturday, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m. at William Monroe High School.
Hands on knees with the go-ahead touchdown just four yards away in Saturday’s VISAA Division II state semifinal game at Blue Ridge, all Christchurch running back Jamar Darboe could think about was his last state playoff appearance.
William Monroe’s freshman-heavy girls cross country team finished third last Wednesday at the 3B Region championships at Nokesville Park to qualify for the state meet for the first time since 1992.
William Monroe High School coach Ronnie Morris thought that this would be a rebuilding year for his golf team, as he had many young golfers and one senior. He was pleasantly surprised, however, at the Regional 3B Tournament at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club on Oct. 2 when his team placed fi…
The William Monroe Dragons saw their season record drop to 2-7 with a 38-10 road loss last week at Warren County. “We made a lot of mistakes tonight,” said Dragons coach Jon Rocha. “We turned the ball over five times. It is hard to overcome that. “We had some injuries this past week and we h…
The Greene Hills Club once again held its ever-popular Friday night Scotch Foursome on Friday, Sept. 22, with former William Monroe High School student and golfer Jared Shifflett and his mom, Kelly Shifflett, winning the Gross Division with a 36.
Chris Fitzgerald, former William Monroe High School golfer, drives the ball over the creek on Hole No. 1 during the Greene Hills Club’s recent Randy Michie Memorial Scholarship Tournament.
Matthew Burch, former William Monroe High School golfer, drives the ball down Hole No. 1 during the Greene Hills Club’s recent Randy Michie Memorial Scholarship Tournament.
Winners in Division 3 of the Greene Hills Club’s Marshall Watson Memorial Scholarship Tournament are Thomas Martin, Jason Shiflett, Kyle Ryan and Anthony Flint.
Doug Watson, son of Marshall Watson, lands the ball next to the hole on Hole No. 14 of the Greene Hills Club’s recent Marshall Watson Memorial Scholarship Tournament.
Winners in Division 2 of the Greene Hills Club’s Marshall Watson Shiflett, Kyle Ryan and Anthony Flint. Memorial Scholarship Tournament are Lance Gentry, Jeff Morgan, Chris Gentry and David Gentry.
Winners in Division 1 of the Greene Hills Club’s Marshall Watson Memorial scholarship Tournament are Scotty Garrison, Steve DeMasters, Blake Dudding and John Batten.
The William Monroe Greene Dragons racked up 337 rushing yards to kick off Northwestern District play with a 41-20 convincing road win over the Manassas Park Cougars.
Greene Futbol Club’s U14 boy’s team won the U14 boys division championship last weekend at the Williamsburg Columbus Day Invitational Tournament.
Greene Hills Club Men’s Championship winners are Blake Dudding (fourth), Chuck DeMasters (third), Bubba Knight (second) and 2017 Club Champion Chuck Crenshaw.
Most seasons, usually early in camp, Blue Ridge head coach Tim Thomas finds himself delivering a speech to his team about overcoming adversity.
After calling plays from a tower during the first half Thursday at North Cross, Raiders coach Stephen Alexander felt he needed to be closer to the action.
A straightaway chip-shot field goal would have given William Monroe a seven-point lead with 11 seconds left in Friday night’s game against rival Madison County.
Playing on its renovated home turf for the first time in 11 months, the Blue Ridge football team pulled away from visiting Covenant for a 42-14 win on a scorching Saturday afternoon.
The William Monroe High School golf team improved its Northwestern District record to 4-0-1 and its overall record to 12-2-1, defeating Warren County and Manassas Park last Wednesday at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club in Front Royal.
Every point was a battle between the varsity volleyball teams of the Madison Mountaineers and William Monroe Dragons last Thursday night in Stanardsville. Madison took the first set 25-20. Monroe rallied back for a 26-24 win in the second set. Madison took the third set 25-22 as Monroe lost steam.
With Oct. 7’s “Hoops for Houston,” William Monroe High School phenom basketball forward Samantha Brunelle is using her prowess on the court to help those affected by hurricane Harvey.