2011 - 2012 Season

Awards
  • Awards will be made at the end of the season.
Nationals

In sum, five YHS crews travelled to Nationals, three made the semifinals, one made the petites, and one made the grand final. A small improvement over 2010 and 2011, but progress nonetheless, and thus another "never been done before" achievement for the program. Read more.

Stotesbury

History is made in small increments and over a brilliant sunny weekend in Philadelphia May 18-19, the Yorktown crew program took another step forward at the 86th annual Stotesbury Cup Regatta. Fielding one of its largest and deepest teams ever, the Yorktown men's and women's crews put six crews into the semifinal round of the largest high school regatta in the world. This was certainly the team's best performance in more than 10 years and likely the best ever, topping 2010's record of five crews advancing. Unfortunately, none of the six could crack into the grand final round, but some courageous performances from the outside lanes bode well for next week at Nationals on the Cooper River race course in Camden, NJ. Read more.

VASRA State Championships

The Virginia state championship regatta May 12 featured great racing and a solid showing for Yorktown crew, with all four boats claiming spots in the grand final of their respective events. The competition was strong, however, and only the men’s 2V came home with a medal, finishing second behind a fast St. Albans boat. Read more.

Ted Phoenix

On another great weather day for racing, eight YHS crews competed in the 2012 VASRA Lower Boat Championship Regatta on May 5 and a record-setting four crews made it to the awards dock—a "never been done before" event for Yorktown rowing. Read more.

Charlie Butt

The rain held off and the river was flat—all in all a great day for racing. The following are summaries for the Yorktown crews at the Charlie Butt regatta: Read more.

TBC Tussle

Yorktown’s freshman and novice crews put their local competitors on notice Saturday, winning a series of tough races against some of their fastest competition of the year on another beautiful day for racing on the Potomac River.  Read more.

The Arlington Cup

Bishop O’Connell, Washington-Lee and Yorktown high schools raced Saturday in the first All-Arlington tri-meet. The crews were competing for the newly established Arlington Cup, which will be presented each year by the family of Tim Conroy, a recently deceased O'Connell coach, as a memorial to their son. Read more.

St. Andrews Regatta

A tired, battered, but game group of Yorktown boys and their parents made the trek up to beautiful St. Andrews School in Middletown, DE, for the second Noxontown Pond Regatta of the 2012 season the morning after returning from spring training at Camp Bob Cooper in Summerton, SC. Yorktown raced in the third, second and first varsity eight races. Read more.

Regional Park Regatta

Yorktown High School’s crew made an impressive showing at its first full regatta of the year on Saturday, March 31, recording six first place finishes and a second in the team’s 13 events. Racing against more than 20 schools from across the area in the Regional Park Regatta on the Occoquan River at Sandy Run Park, Yorktown’s men and women showed that they once again are a team to be reckoned with. Read more.