The Miller School girls basketball team’s streak of 14 straight Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association state tournament appearances ended Monday because of a positive COVID-19 test within the team.
Local private schools Covenant and Miller announce that they are cancelling fall sports.
Four girls basketball programs in Central Virginia qualified for their respective state tournaments last season, with two programs reaching th…
Jack Meriwether spent most of his childhood learning the game of basketball as a player in Central Virginia.
One of The Miller School’s most decorated coaches has left the program.
HAMPTON, Va. - Gov. Ralph Northam is taking his crusade for gun control to the people of Virginia, and the people are sending back mixed messages.
The Miller School girls basketball team’s quest for a sixth straight Virginia Independent Schools Division II championship ended Saturday afternoon with a 43-35 loss to Highland in the state championship game at The Steward School in Richmond.
With seven state championship banners adorning the wall by its bench, the Miller School girls basketball team has plenty of confidence when it…
Olivia Wagner struggled shooting the ball in the Miller girls basketball team’s season opener last Thursday against Broadway. The senior sharpshooter made up for lost time Tuesday night with a game-high 19-point effort to lead the Mavericks to a 63-14 home victory over Covenant.
Naya Hunter, Hannah Woodard and Kianna Johnson have led Miller School’s girls basketball program to state titles every year of their high scho…
The Miller School's Naya Hunter named player of the year. James Braxton named coach of the year.
Naya Hunter and Olivia Wagner combined for eight points during a 10-0 run in the second quarter to put the Miller School girls basketball team ahead for good in Wednesday’s VISAA Division II state quarterfinal.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Miller School girls basketball coach James Braxton knew he had a lot of offense to replace this winter, but just like in the previous three se…
MILLER 52, SETON 28
RICHMOND — After a tightly contested first half, the Miller girls basketball team put together a dominant second-half performance, propelling …
MILLER 60, HIGHLAND 41
Miller’s girls basketball team built a lead from the perimeter on Wednesday against visiting Highland, but the Mavericks won their VISAA Divis…
Braxton led Miller to a 20-8 record and its second straight championship game victory over Nansemond-Suffolk and George Washington University recruit Harper Birdsong.
Former Robert E. Lee (Staunton) point guard Secret Bryant enrolled at the Miller School for the 2015-16 school year, and made an immediate impact.
Miller rolled to a 57-25 victory over Nansemond-Suffolk and the team’s second consecutive VISAA Division II state championship.