A group of talented Bethel girls and Thomas Dale junior Alex Tatu traveled up to the Seton Hall Invitational during the holidays to compete against a very competitive field and performed exceptionally well.
Maybe it was out vengeance for not getting what they wanted for Christmas, but winning one event at the Green Dragon Invitational was not enough for Menchville's Dwight Porter, Manchester's Briana Smith and Kwadena Caple.
Returning this year as the fastest returnee in both the 1600 (5:03) and 3200 (10:59), it would be fair to say that North Stafford senior Kristyn Shiring would be feeling a great amount of pressure.
Aren't you sick of the pathetic or lack of coverage you always seem to find in your local papers on high school cross country and track in the state of Virginia? Well, MileStat.com proudly releases the MileStat.com Monthly Rundown.
While entries are nowhere near the 1000 cap, there has to date been one major entry. John Crews of Rockbridge County, one of the state
The first annual adidas Midwest Indoor Track Classic, in just a short period of time that the meet has been promoted, has drawn a large amount of interest in the meet. The meet will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2002.
Two of the best in the state, the Bethel girls sprint relays and Menchville's national champion high jumper, Keith Moffatt wasted no time in getting serious this indoor season.
While distance stars like Alex Tatu, Kippy Keino, and Daniel Kane branched out into other events Tuesday night, Albemarle
State cross country champions from this fall, Jefferson Forest senior Shannon Saunders and Thomas Dale junior Alex Tatu returned to racing action for the indoor season as both won their opening races at the Wally Gilbert Invitational in Lynchburg.
The Gar-Field boys and girls track teams started out their 2001-2002 indoor track season flying out the gates with both teams winning team titles at the Walt Cormack Relays at Virginia Military Institute's indoor track facility.
Lockhart finishes a heartbreaking second at nationals. Hower earns all-american honors. Along with Keally, the three runners represent Virginia proudly.
Tomorrow at the Foot Locker National Cross Country Meet in Florida, the three Virginians will be giving their all as they compete against the nation's best in high school distance running.
Many teams and athletes from the Central Virginia area got their indoor season underway at the all-comers meet held at Fork Union Military Academy's 160 meter indoor track at the Estes Athletic Center.
Bethel coach Eddie William's list of the top individual returnees from last year's indoor track season based on their state meet performances.
At the AAU National Cross Country Meet, 11 year old Aurora Scott of Portsmouth won the youth girls division national title. Scott was clocked in a stellar time of 10:28.5 on the 3K course. This wasn't Scott's first national title.
It didn't take long for indoor track season to get underway. It began today at the Lynchburg Area Track & Field Club's Christmas Indoor Track Invitational at the Lynchburg College Fieldhouse.