Like his students, Nansemond River High School art teacher Brian Kershasky was excited to have the opportunity to learn about printing textiles with Indian block prints. He was among the students and teachers from Nansemond River, Lakeland and King’s Fork high schools, as well as Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, who were taking part in a recent Virginia Museum of Fine Arts workshop at Lakeland. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy sophomore George Pettaway was voted Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week after a four-touchdown performance in a Saints win. Throughout the last couple of seasons, NSA standout George Pettaway has shown himself to be a big play waiting to happen for the Saints. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy boys’ soccer team had two All-Conference selections in Jordan Ward and Brett Hogan. The Saints recently wrapped up a 10-6 record to end their season. That record stands for the Saints’ most winningest season since 2004. Of the 10 wins, five of them were from conference opponents, and it wrapped up a solid season for NSA, which also saw them earn some postseason accolades. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy senior Addy Greene was voted Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week after having 21 kills in two games and surpassing a milestone. The Lady Saints volleyball team has been having a strong season. They are 19-5 and are currently ranked No. 1 in the state polls. As a senior, Greene has played a big part in the success NSA has had, and over the course of her career on the court has found ways to step up her game year after year. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Boy Scouts in Western Branch are consistently doing good, and doing it with enough enthusiasm to accomplish even more. For 13 years, Troop 234 has been been based out of Covenant United Methodist Church on Dock Landing Road. The young men of this troop strive to do volunteerism and community service of the highest caliber, and one way they accomplish that is through their many Eagle Scout projects. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy senior Aaron Eure, 17, of Troop 234 recently had his Eagle Scout project proposal approved in September to assist Hope for Suffolk, a community development ministry of Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.