Category Archives: PT

2017 Area 5 Southern Regional Championships (18 March, 2017)

On Saturday, 18 March, 2017, the drill, PT, and Academic teams hosted and competed in the final meet of the 2016-2017 Drill season. Facing six other schools from the southern region of Area 5, our teams secured the following trophies:

  • First Place Academics
    • Top Individual Score: c/LTjg Popp (74)
  • Third Place Unarmed Standard
  • Second Place Unarmed Exhibition
  • Second Place Armed Standard
  • First Place Armed Exhibition
  • Second Place Color Guard
  • Third Place 2-man Exhibition
  • Second Place Overall Drill
  • First Place Push-ups
    • Top individual score (male):c/SN Ruffin (71)
    • Top individual score (female):c/PO2 Prera (44)
  • Second Place Sit-ups
    • Top individual score (female):c/PO2 Prera (99)
  • First Place 8x200m Relay
  • First Place Overall Athletics
  • First Place Overall

We are happy to end off our competitive season on such a high note and would like to dedicate our victory to Cadet Hayden, the senior who was critically injured in December in a tragic accident. Hoorah, cadets! Job well done!

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Osbourne Park Combined Meet (12 November, 2016)

On Saturday, 12 November, the Drill and Athletic teams traveled to Osbourne Park High School to compete in the Osbourne Park Combined Meet. The teams put out a good showing at this final combined meet of this year’s season, placing Third in both Academics and the 8x200m Relay. Cadet LTjg Zachary Popp also tied for Second Place in the individual Academic score category. Despite not bringing home as many trophies as usual, the Drill and PT teams still managed to gain points toward the Area 5 two-event tally in many events, including UPI. Congratulations to all Cadets who stuck out the long day!

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Potomac Combined Meet (22 October, 2016)

On Saturday, 22 October, JRHS NJROTC traveled to Potomac High School in Prince William County to compete in the Second Annual Potomac Combined Meet. Facing tough competition from some of Area Five’s top units, the unit secured a first place win in Unarmed Exhibition Drill and a third place finish in overall drill. Hoorah Cadets! Job well done!

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Varina Athletic Meet (24 September, 2016)

On Saturday, September 24th, the Athletic Team traveled to Varina High School to compete against six other teams in Push-ups, Sit-ups, Australian Trolley, 8x200m, and 16x100m relays. In addition, an Academic Postal test was administered prior to the meet. The team earned third place in Curl-Ups, second place in Academics, and third place overall. Individual honors were earned by Cadet Kiara Prera for the top female score in the Push-Up portion (56 push-ups) and Cadet Zachary Popp for second place score on the Academic Postal (74%). The full team roster is available below.

Sit-Ups

  • Males:
    • Winesberry
    • Thrower
    • Kaupish
    • Brandau
    • Price
    • Gibson
    • De’Matos
    • Richardson
  • Females:
    • Prera
    • Juarez
    • May
    • Williams
    • Janulis
    • Saunders
    • Ross
    • Keel

Push-Ups

  • Males:
    • Price
    • Winesberry
    • Alveranga
    • Gibson
    • Ruffin
    • De’Matos
    • Hayden
    • Wright
  • Females:
    • Janulis
    • Ross
    • May
    • Williams
    • Saunders
    • Keel
    • Juarez
    • Prera

8x200m Relay

  • Males:
    • Winesberry
    • Wright
    • Oliva
    • Ruffin
  • Females:
    • Prera
    • Williams
    • Juarez
    • Keel

16x100m Relay

  • Males:
    • De’Matos
    • Price
    • Cappiello
    • Richardson
    • Ruffin
    • Oliva
    • Gibson
    • Winesberry
  • Females:
    • Janulis
    • Ross
    • Saunders
    • May
    • Williams
    • Juarez
    • Keel
    • Prera

Australian Trolley

  • Brandau
  • Janulis
  • Gibson
  • Prera
  • Hayden
  • Friedrich
  • De’Matos
  • Saunders
  • Alveranga
  • Jackson

Academics

  • Bellamah
  • Popp
  • Booker
  • Markey
  • Ing
  • Cramer
  • Easingwood
  • Friedrich
  • Cappiello
  • Velzy
  • Shashaty
  • Willett
  • Brandau
  • Saunders
  • Freeman
  • Price

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All Company Formation: Fri, 18 March

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On Friday, 18 March, the unit held an All-Company Formation. During the formation, Principal Ellick spoke to the Cadets about the unit’s impressive performance at Area 5 Championships and was presented with the Second Place Academic trophy earned at Area. Also featured was a performance by the Unarmed Exhibition team, which preceded several awards, including  the frocking of Cadets Jack Pearcy, Spencer Willett, and Meily Yong to the rank of Cadet Seaman (E-3) and Cadet Daniel Cappiello to Cadet Petty Officer Third Class (E-4). In addition, the Company Staff roster for the 2016-2017 Academic Term was announced. The Cadets of the month for March, 2016 are Cadet PO/3 Daniel Cappiello for the NS1 award and Cadet PO/3 Quinn Lilly for the upperclassman award. HOORAH to all Cadets who received these rewards and the ones listed below:

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Area 5 Championships (March 12th, 2016): Academics, PT and Awards

Saturday, March 12th, was the second day of Area 5 Championships. The unit competed against other top-ten units in a 100-question academic exam followed by a PT competition which consisted of push-ups, sit-ups, an 8×200 relay, and a 16×100 relay. The academic team had a fantastic showing, bringing home a second place academic trophy. For our first time going to Area 5, the unit competed well and we hope to return next year! HOORAH!

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NS1 Drill Meet

On Saturday, January 9th, a group of first-year cadets competed in the NS1 Drill Meet at Nottoway High School in Nottoway County. The cadets participated in an Academic Exam, Armed Standard drill -led by Cadet Brandau-, Unarmed Standard drill -led by Cadet Keel-, Colorguard, Unarmed Squad drill -led by Cadet Baker-, Uniform Personnel Inspection (UPI) -led by Cadet Willett-, and several new challenge events such as Knowledge, Spit Shine, Uniform Prep, Push-ups, Curl-ups, Flag Folding, and Cadence Call. The cadets placed second in the Knowledge Challenge, third in push-ups, first in overall drill, and third place for the overall meet.

  
  

Potomac Drill and Field Meet

On October 31st, the Drill and PT teams traveled to Potomac High School for a Drill and Field Meet. The Academic team placed second, with Cadet PO/1 Popp bringing home a third place medal for the third highest individual test score. That, in addition to a second place in Unarmed Exhibition, help land the unit in fourth place for the overall meet.

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