Freezing temperatures are predicted overnight and into the morning, which will cause icy roads and unsafe driving conditions. Therefore, Country Day will be closed TOMORROW, Thursday, January 18. All school-related activities, athletic events, and Extended Day are cancelled.
Administrators will continue to monitor the weather and road conditions. As of now, school is scheduled to be open on a regular schedule on Friday, January 19, and we will communicate with you if any changes are made.
We continually place the safety of our students, faculty, and staff as our top priority. Thank you and be safe.
Football was first recognized as a varsity sport in 1960 under the helm of legendary coach John Cook. Coach Cook led the program to six state titles (1974, 1975, 1981, 1982, 1983, and 1984) until his sudden death in 1986. The Bucs were slowed by the loss, but the program bounced back and started seeing success again under current coach Bob Witman. Leading the program since 1990, Coach Witman is the winningest football coach at the school and has coached the Bucs to eight state titles (1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, and 2010). Since 2007, he has had over 30 athletes go on to play at the collegiate level.
|Brian Duncan '12||Bucknell University|
|Bryan Erb '12||Case Western Reserve University|
|Kyle Segal '14||Catholic University of America|
|Morgan Roberts '11||Clemson/Yale|
|Alex Gakenheimer '13||Dartmouth College|
|Ben Kepley '13||Dartmouth College|
|Hunt Blanchat '14||Denison University|
|Reavis Ford '13||Elon College|
|Royce Turnbull '13||Howard University|
|Sean Stranick '13||Kenyon College|
|Michael Stanback '14||Randolph Macon University|
|Joseph Howe '14||Rhodes College|
|Pete Showalter '13||Rhodes College|
|Thomas Jackson '14||UNC- Chapel Hill|
|Michael Shields '14||Washington and Lee University|
|James Howe '12||Williams College|
|Ben Rhyne '10||Stanford University|