Thursday, April 12, 2012
Wednesday's win was the Ram's fifth consecutive.
The Robinson boys tennis team overcame both the Herndon Hornets and cold, rainy game-time conditions to record their fifth consecutive win Wednesday, keeping them atop the Concorde District. Jacob Schreiman finished off the #4 singles, 10 - 0. At #5, senior David Weinberg was close behind winning 10 - 2. Amit Gupta won his #2 singles using his attacking style. Brian Bui won easily at #4. Austin Mathews, subbing in at #6, had a slow start but began to play more confidently as the match developed. He won 10 - 6. In the most interesting match, Ram's sophomore Aaron Christian and senior Josh Albertson slugged it out, with Christian taking the win. He attacked weak serves with big returns and was on the hunt for short balls to dominate. The …
Monday, January 30, 2012
Boys, girls teams will advance to the Northern Region meet
Both the boys and girls teams in the Robinson swim and dive program placed fourth in the Concorde District meet Saturday, earning the team a spot at the Northern Region meet next week. The Rams did not place in first in any events, but did place second in six: the boys 200-yard medley relay; Kathleen Dodson in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle; Catherine Munch in the 200-yard individual medley; Matt Jones in the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard butterfly. The dive team's points also contributed to the overall score. Results from Friday's dive finals are here.) The top six finishers of each race move on to the Northern Region meet unless a swimmer who placed lower meets the required qualifying time to advance. The top four teams advance to the …
Sunday, January 29, 2012
Four girls, two boys place in top six to advance to Northern Region meet
The Robinson boys and girls dive teams saw six divers advance to the Northern Region meet, as the Rams dominated at the Concorde District meet Friday. Cory Bowersox set a new Concorde District record in his first-place performance. Troy Holder placed third in the boys rankings. Four Robinson girls placed in the top six, with Ali Graine and Sarah Gross taking first and second place, respectively. Kelly Koo and Sara Paul took fourth and fifth place. The top six divers advance to the Northern Region tournament. The swim team competed Saturday in the Concorde District meet. Points from the swim meet will combine with the dive competition to determine which teams advance to the Northern Region tournament. Final Standings Boys *Sets new Concorde…
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
'Senior Night' win puts team at 3 - 1 for the season.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
The Robinson Rams Varsity Volleyball team improved their Concorde District record with a nail-biting 3-2 (26-28, 25-22, 25-21, 24-26, 15-10) victory over the Herndon Hornets Tuesday night. Robinson celebrated Senior Night and recognized the outstanding contributions made to the Rams volleyball program by seniors Chance Rye, Paige Brindley, and Brenna Dolan. All three seniors played a significant role in the victory, with Rye pounding 16 kills and 6 blocks, followed closely by Dolan's 15 kills and 2 blocks on .452 hitting percentage for the night. Brindley likewise played a key defensive role in the back row. Robinson will play their final District match against Oakton on Thursday night. The Concorde District Tournament begins next week…
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Patrick Baker rushes for 145 yards in victory, Rams grab second victory of the season
Payback is sweet. Payback against a bitter rival is even sweeter. Robinson waited 11 months to repay Lake Braddock for dispatching them from the playoffs last November, in a hard fought 24-23 losing effort. Friday evening was their chance. Robinson hosted Lake Braddock in Friday night football action. The Rams avenged last year’s postseason loss and defeated crosstown rival Lake Braddock 24-7, giving the team their second win of the season. “It feels great. We started off 1-5 and it could have been easy for them to hang their heads. Braddock is a good football team,” said first-year Robinson head coach Trey Taylor. “We’re on our third quarterback this season and made some changes on offense. These kids are resilient and they want to win. …