Jaden Freeman '21 Nominated for Player of the Week
Jaden Freeman '21, who is a member of the Varsity Boys' Basketball Team, has been nominated for the Duke Automotive—Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week! Jaden scored 24 points in the Saints’ three-point win over First Colonial High School. Please vote for Jaden by 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday by sending an email with his name and the subject "Player of the Week" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Congratulations, Jaden. Go Saints!
Seven Hampton Roads natives set to represent country at Army-Navy game
On two rosters are players from high schools and cities across the nation, but seven young men from the Hampton Roads area will represent two prestigious military academies in the Army-Navy Game. Two players for the Naval Academy for Navy and five players for West Point will play in the 119th installment of the Army-Navy Game, one that has been won by Army the last two seasons.
Out of the seven players that will be on the sideline, only one will be making a major contribution to the game. Suffolk’s Cole Christiansen '16, who wears number 54 for the Black Knights, has played consistently all season. On the season — the 6-2, 225-pound linebacker — has 65 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss and a forced fumble. To continue reading the article from wtkr.com, please click here.
The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy girls’ swim team took its first swim meet last weekend. NSA hosted a swim meet that featured its fellow Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools. The Lady Saints took first place with a team score of 278 points. The boys’ team finished in second place with a score of 183. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Late plays by Jaden Freeman and George Pettaway gave the Saints boys’ basketball team its second win for the season last Saturday. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy hosted First Colonial High School. NSA took a 60-57 win after making some game-changing plays down the stretch. To continue reading the article in the Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Zac Morris and Nic Psimas made their college commitments official with a signing Wednesday afternoon. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy will have two baseball players going to play at the NCAA Division I level. Over the summer, Psimas and Morris committed to their respective schools. Psimas will head to Virginia Tech to play baseball, while Morris will be playing at Virginia Military Institute. Both players are happy to have the opportunity to play Division I baseball and also officially wrap up their recruitment. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.