MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. — The Quantico Middle/High School girls’ volleyball team beat Foxcroft School of Middleburg, Virginia, in a home game to win the Delaney Athletic Conference championship match on Oct. 30. The victory capped off a winning regular season record of 17-3.
Stephen had a Homecoming he won’t soon forget. The Quantico Middle/High School senior became football royalty at Butler Stadium on Friday night, Oct. 17, delivering a key touchdown on the field to spark the Warriors’ 19-7 win over Rappahannock High School while also scoring off it as the school’s Homecoming King.
The transient nature of his players’ lives means that Quantico Middle/High School football coach Paul Roy is forced to live in the moment. A retired Marine lieutenant colonel, Roy is no stranger to the unique challenges of military life.
The Quantico Sharks Swim Team, based in Stafford, held its annual awards banquet May 31. Along with welcoming new head coach Erik Collins to the team, the Quantico Sharks bid farewell to Stu Faux after 10 years as head coach.
The Quantico Middle/High School Lady Warriors varsity softball team played against the Randolph-Macon Academy Yellow Jackets from Front Royal, at Field of Dreams on May 7, 2014. During the sixth inning the game ended due to the Mercy Rule. The Lady Warriors won 21-11, and proceeded to the semifinals the next day.
The Quantico Middle/High School Warrior baseball team played the Holy Family Academy Vendeens on April 9, 2014. The Warriors held back the Vendeens for the most of the game, but couldn’t stop a rally in the last inning, losing 10-11.
The medical capabilities honed from 13 years of war must continue to expand for future needs, the three military surgeons general told a Senate panel April 9.
The Quantico Middle/High School girls soccer team beat the Yellow Jackets of Randolph-Macon Academy from Ashland on March 27, 2014, at Butler Stadium.