Recent Ravenscroft alums Garrison Rountree '14 and Garrett Anderson '14 have earned spots among the All-Time Top 25 North Carolina Track and Field Performers with their efforts this summer. Rountree and Anderson are the first male Ravenscroft athletes to appear on the list, which features three Ravenscroft female athletes.
Ravenscroft fans who want to watch former Ravens quarterback Quinn Billerman '12 in action on the football field again won't have to travel very far this fall. And if projections hold, they'll enjoy what they see.
Ravenscroft junior Ryen Frazier broke away from a pack of contenders in the final meters to win the national high school championship in the girls' mile run Sunday at the New Balance Nationals at N. C. A&T in Greensboro.
Ryen Frazier '15 won the national championship in the girls mile run at the New Balance Nationals Outdoor 2014 in Greensboro, N.C., on Sunday, June 15. Frazier ran a 4:46.39 in the mile after placing fourth in the two-mile run on Saturday and ninth in the 5000-meter run on Friday.
With graduation caps having been tossed and students home for the summer, Ravenscroft faculty members set about working on their own professional growth during an intense, three-day professional development program that included year-end wrap ups and curriculum workshops.