The outcome of the girls team race came down to the 4x1600 meter relay. Jefferson Forest put junior Kristin Saunders, sophomore Cate Jackson, and juniors Jennifer Templeton and Shannon Saunders on the track. These four ladies set out to not only win that event but also to break the school and meet record in that event. They did just that as the won in a new school and meet record time of 22:08.87. The old record was 22:32 in 1999.
Shannon Saunders also performed well individually as she won the 1600m run in 5:14.08, her best time so far this year.
Another Jefferson Forest girl that stood out individually was hurdler Nicole Callaham who was a double winner in the girls 100m (16.06) and 300m (47.94) hurdles.
The icing on the cake for Jefferson Forest girls team title was the return of star sprinter and jumper, Ebony Foster. Foster had been absent from earlier meets in the year due to injury suffered in the indoor season. However, Foster returned and just picked up where she left off as she anchored her 4x100m squad to victory and placed 3rd in the long jump with a jump of 17'2".
The George Washington boys just destroyed the rest of the field at the meet. The main reason why for this domination was because of star hurdler B.J. Hancock was simply awesome in the 100m and 300m hurdles.
Hancock was a winner in both events and was clocked in at 14.41 (100) and 39.61 (300) respectively, two of the fastest times in the 100m and 300m hurdles record in the state this young season.
Another major contributor to the George Washington cause was jumper John Hubbard who had an outstanding day. Hubbard was a triple winner with jumps of 6'5" in the high jump, 21'4" in the long jump, and 43'8" in the triple jump. Those marks there rank him up with the best in the state.
The boys 1600m was an excellent race between two very talented sophomores as Louisa County's Daniel Kane just beat out Fork Union's Andrew Keino for the win as Kane crossed the line in a time of 4:27.08 to Keino's 4:27.20.