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Hanover teen helps special needs population
Feb 4, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressFor six years, one Patrick Henry High School senior has spent several hours each month giving back to the special needs community. After volunteering with the county parks and recreation department helping with recreational therapy, Alyssa Stamey, 17, ... More
Patrick Henry grapplers top Orange for conference title
Feb 11, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressU.Va. signee Carly Feyerabend won the high jump for the Raiders, while George Mason-bound Chloe Bavin won both the 1000- and 1600-meter runs, besting rival Margot Brown of Deep Run both times. India Lowe, a recent signee to Duke University, won ... More
Patriots boys, girls fall to Albemarle in semis
Feb 25, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressIt was a playoff atmosphere in Charlottesville Monday night as Patrick Henry's girls and boys basketball teams traveled to Albemarle High School. The winner of these Conference 16 semi-finals would advance to the title game. Both of the Patrick Henry ... More
Teen hopes to raise awareness with 'Girls Rising'
Feb 27, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressSydney Tinker, a junior at Patrick Henry High School, watched the film “Girls Rising,” which shares the story of several young girls in impoverished countries and how they overcome the struggles of their daily lives. It not only pulled on her heart ... More
Ashland Theater welcomes real-life 'Titans'
Feb 4, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressThe community came out in full force to support the event, including players of the Ashland Vikings and the Beaverdam Bobcats. Also in attendance were members of the Patrick Henry High School football team, as well as head coach Bryan Davis. Of course ... More
Hanover grapplers take four state titles
Feb 25, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressMore bad weather forced the Virginia High School League (VHSL) to condense the usual two-day state tournament format at all six classification levels to one, completely changing decision-making and strategy as Hanover fought to repeat as 4A champions ... More
School Board OKs budget, pay raise
Feb 18, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressBudget season is almost over for the schools. Feb. 10, the school board unanimously approved its 2016 budget, as originally presented. The roughly $180 million spending plan received mostly positive feedback from educational organizations and citizens ... More
Atlee girls eliminate Hermitage in tourney
Feb 18, 2015 • Hanover Herald ProgressIndividual winners included Chloe Bavin in the 1600 (5:13.02), while Bavin joined with Laney Owen, Comelia Brower and Kaitlyn Mason to capture the 4 X 800 Relay in 9:50.39. University of Virginia-bound Carly Feyerabend won the high jump, clearing 5 ... More
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