Brentsville senior Alden Yergey closed out her high school career by being named all-state for the fourth time.
2022-23 SCORING LEADERS
2022-23 SCORING LEADERS
Alden Yergey felt mixed emotions as she walked off the court for the final time as a Brentsville High School basketball player.
Their top two players are banged up. And they face an opponent that returns all five starters from last season’s state champion.
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Cara Vollmer and Alden Yergey combined for 33 points Friday as the Brentsville High School girls basketball team defeated Lakeland 50-36 Friday in the Class 3 state girls basketball quarterfinals at Nansemond River High School in Suffolk.
Here’s a list of which varsity and junior varsity teams each high school is fielding for the spring sports season. Spring sports are boys and girls soccer, boys and girls lacrosse, boys and girls tennis, boys and girls track and baseball and softball. Track and tennis are varsity only.
Brentsville's May Culyer paves the way in becoming county's first official girls state wrestling champ
May Culyer is by nature shy. She prefers to keep quiet and let her actions do the talking.
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