Nansemond Suffolk-Academy’s Nic Psimas was voted Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week after his performance at the VISAA Division II Invitational. Psimas is in his junior year at NSA and in the midst of another quality swimming season. As a sophomore last year, Psimas enjoyed a season where he qualified for states in every individual event he participated in throughout the season. This year, he feels like he has found a way to build on last season despite a slow start. “It is going pretty well,” Psimas said of his junior season. “It started out pretty slow, but over the past few weeks I have picked it up and started dropping times.” To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
The Saints boys’ basketball team battled in overtime with Atlantic Shores Christian School to take a win at home on Friday.
Kemauri Spencer had 18 points and eight rebounds to go with three steals in the Saints’ 57-44 win over Atlantic Shores. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy exploded in overtime, outscoring their opponent by 13 points. D.J. White had eight of his 13 points in overtime. Jaden Freeman also added 11 points, as the Saints had three players score in double figures. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
The Lady Saints basketball team grabbed a 44-18 win at home on senior night. The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy girls’ basketball team heads into the conference tournament with some much needed momentum. The team has won four of its last five games, which included the big win over Hampton Roads Academy Tuesday night. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Tuesday was a special day for Nansemond-Suffolk Academy students. It was the 100th day of the school year, and many of the school’s elementary students welcomed a visitor who had also passed her own century mark. Anna Hopkins, the 100-year-old, great-grandmother of NSA first-grader Elise Barbour, was brought to the Harbour View campus from Commonwealth Senior Living at the Ballentine in Norfolk. She was joined by members of her family, including her granddaughter, Kristin Barbour, her son, Ralph Hopkins Jr., and daughter-in-law, Kathy Hopkins. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy all-state lineman Chris Murphy is headed to Methodist University for his college career. Murphy’s recruiting process started off a little slow; however, he is grateful to have the opportunity to play football at the next level. He believes being at a smaller school like Methodist will allow him to focus even more on his academics, but on the field, he also believes he will be a good asset to the program. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.