Boys Varsity Football · Boys Varsity Football beats Huguenot 19 – 6
Boys Junior Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Football · JRHS-Douglas Freeman Football Time Change
Due to the threat of heavy rain both schools have decided to move up the start time of tomorrow night’s football game to 5 pm. We are committed to player safety and were concerned about the uncertainty of the forecast.
Boys Junior Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Football · JRHS Football Preview 2017: Q&A with Coach Henderson
Q&A with Bobby Henderson What will be your strengths offensively this year? Strength of our Offense will be the depth at WR and the OL. The OL has the chance to be something special especially because of our line coach, Paul Williams. We have a lot of able body WR’s to throw the ball
Multiple Teams · 2017 JRHS Summer Camps
JRHS Camp Flier 2017 Online copy
Multiple Teams · James River Summer Camp Schedule
James River High School Summer Camp Schedule $125 per camp *More Information to come soon Week 1 (June 19th- June 22nd) Boys/Girls Basketball (6/19- 6/22) 9 am- 3 pm Week 2 (June 25th/26th- June 29th/30th) ***Football (6/25- 6/29) 5 pm- 9 pm Baseball (6/26- 6/30) 9 am- 1 pm Softball (6/26- 6/30) 9 am- 1
Boys Junior Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Football · Coach Henderson making the local news circuit.
Coach Bobby Henderson has been busy with the local media since he was hired a week ago. He was asked to be on NBC12, WRIC8, and a 910 sports am on Facebook Live. Below is a link of each of the broadcasts. Coach Henderson on NBC12 Coach Henderson on WRIC8 Coach Henderson
Boys Junior Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Football · Bobby Henderson named Head Football Coach
Bobby Henderson has been named the 5th Head Football Coach in the history of James River High School. He succeeds Greg Defrancesco; who retired from coaching in December. Henderson has been the Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator at Monacan High School since 2014. Monacan was 29-8 during his three years including a run to
Boys Junior Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Football · Coach Defrancesco steps down after 16 years
James River football coach Greg DeFrancesco announced Monday that he’s retiring from coaching. He joined the Rapids as an assistant in 2000 and became the head coach in 2001. He intends to continue teaching social studies at James River. The Rapids went 79-96 (.451) during his tenure. They had perhaps their best season in 2014.