In further keeping with our Well-Being Grad Goal, 8th-12th grade students are required to have at least one season each year of a physically demanding activity, whether it be a once a week commitment or an interscholastic sport. Some non-sport activities with a physical component may fulfill this requirement.
At Stuart Hall, Coach Lafave is building back our athletic program after a year of no sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He plans to the build the program based on student interest and ability, and is excited to hire the right people to coach our student athletes and help them nurture and inspire greatness on and off the field of play.
“The thing that athletics brings for a student athlete is the experience of competition. Athletic participation teaches young people to compete for the things they want in life, whether it’s in academics or any other area of their lives.” - Jeff Lafave, Athletic Director
Stuart Hall starts off the year 1-0 with a 55-41 home victory over Fuqua School of Farmville. The dragons had 3 players in double figures. Junior Tafari Plummer lead the way with 24 points.— Stuart Hall Sports (@STU_Sports) November 17, 2022
Thankful to Coach Rhoades and Coach Byers from VCU for un-officially hosting 2024 basketball prospect PG Tafari Plummer at practice. pic.twitter.com/ik55i4tlLq— Stuart Hall Sports (@STU_Sports) October 30, 2022
Thanks to Coach JD Byers from VCU for taking the time to meet with Tafari Plummer our 2024 PG from Queens NY. We appreciate your time Coach! pic.twitter.com/XrSi2zTOv5— Stuart Hall Sports (@STU_Sports) October 18, 2022
2024 PG Tafari Plummer from Queens NY working with 2015 grad and former overseas pro Adam Pickett. The past and the present together in the gym! Stuart Hall basketball is on the rise! pic.twitter.com/nX3CqxIHV1— Stuart Hall Sports (@STU_Sports) October 18, 2022