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(Courtesy West Potomac Crew) The womens JV4+ and 1V4+ boats along with other West Potomac rowers. The mens JV4+ competed as well, but did not make it to the finals.

West Potomac Crew Women’s JV4+ and 1V4+ Place 6th, 9th at SRAA Nationals

Nina Raneses, Co-Editor in Chief
May 30, 2016

On Saturday, May 28, West Potomac Crew’s Womens JV4+ and 1V4+ competed in the 2016 Scholastic Rowing Association of America (SRAA) Regatta in Zanesville, Ohio. The two women’s boats were the first...

(Courtesy Jonathan Middleton) West Potomac Crews mens JV4 boat. From left to right: Kyle White, Logan Lynch, Jonathan Middleton and Reece Hagler.

West Potomac Crew’s Men’s JV4 Boat Qualifies for Nationals

Nina Raneses, Co-Editor in Chief
May 16, 2016

On Saturday, May 14, West Potomac Crew’s men’s JV4 boat received fourth place out of all the heats (qualifying races that determine who goes to finals), at the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championship...

(Courtesy Alina Selnick) Womens JV4+ boat. From left to right: Rachael Brautigam, Juliette Burcham, Liz Brodie, Natalie Lorca and Rachel Hardison.

West Potomac Crew’s Women’s 1V4+ and JV4+ Boats Qualify for Nationals

Nina Raneses, Co-Editor in Chief
May 15, 2016

On Saturday, May 14, West Potomac Crew’s womens 1V4+ and JV4+ boats qualified for the 2016 Scholastic Rowing Association of America (SRAA) National Championships Regatta. They placed third and first...

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