Friday, October 23, 2009

1ST Set of Senior Night Pics from Strasburg VB...

Once again AD Matt Hiserman was a terrific Master of Ceremonies...

Celebrating the 5-set thriller over a determined Madison County squad!
Smiles were the theme of the evening.
Wish this one was a better pic but the two smiling sisters was too good to pass up.
NVD's Greg Brill interviewing Coach Suzanne Mathias. Check out Greg's gamer at
Jenna Smoot & a proud set of Parents.
Rams VB - It is All in the Family !
Coach tells these young ladies two things- Play Hard & Have Fun . Both were accomplished last night against the Mountaineers.

Exciting Senior Night for Strasburg Volleyball

Had to go straight to work from the gym after the match but there will be plenty of pics later in the day. Please check back if they are not up yet.

In the mean time you can check out the gamer from Mr. Greg Brill of the Northern Virginia Daily at The story should be up around 6:00 A.M. and our pictures later in the day.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The Strasburg Express rolls on - Rams make it 17 straight with victory over Rapp

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY - Strasburg improved to 17-1 overall and a perfect 8-0 in the Bull Run by defeating the home standing Panthers Tuesday night by a final score of 3-1 (25-22, 25-22, 21-25, 25-11).

Strasburg moves to within two games of completing its fourth straight perfect season in Bull Run play with the victory. The team will look to complete the regular season sweep with a Senior Night home match versus Madison County on Thursday and a road match at Clarke County next Tuesday.

Five seniors will take the court on Thursday night for their final regular season match at home. Stephanie Conde and Jenna Smoot are completing their third season of varsity action while Jacyln Ayers, Ally Kauffman and Meghan Gum finish their second season of play under veteran Coach Suzanne Mathias.
Conde and Smoot are 28-0 against Bull Run competition heading into the final week of play but a young Panthers squad made sure they earned the latest victory. Rapp rallied to trim leads in both game 1 and game 2, each time pulling within 24-22 before Strasburg closed out the game. Ayers closed out the opener with a kill that rolled over the top of the net while junior Lauren Agnew finished off game two with a "placed" kill.

Rapp broke through in game 4, winning 25-21 to force a fourth game but Strasburg closed out the victory in fine fashion with an impressive 25-11 showing. Sadly, there was no roster available for the Panthers which limited the info on their players. If there is someone out there with access to the info Please pass it along.