Meet summaries for all Group AA district meets with results reported. Only the Southside District has failed to report results from their district championships.
Preview article for the 2006 Northwest Region Cross Country Championships, which will be held Thursday, November 2nd at Panorama Farms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
West Springfield\'s Mike Spooner and W.T. Woodson\'s Sarah Hadiji will be the individual favorites while the Oakton, Jefferson and West Springfield boys along with the Lake Braddock and Robinson girls are expected to battle for the team titles at the Northern Region Championships to be held at Burke Lake Park this Thursday.
Meet summaries for all Group A district meets with results reported. Eastern Shore, James River, and Tri-Rivers districts have yet to report results from their district championships.
Lake Braddock senior Michelle Presley is not only an outstanding individual runner as shown by her AAA All-State performances as a junior in cross country and during track for 1000 (3:00 PR) meters indoors and 1600 (5:01 PR) meters outdoors, but she is the flag bearer of a tradition of great teams for Lake Braddock. As a sophomore in her first season of cross country, Presley was a member of the 2004 AAA state champion cross country squad from Lake Braddock. She is the only member left from the state champion team and is attempting to held lead her Lady Bruins to the state meet podium again after the team failed to make it out of the competitive Northern Region Meet last year. Presley is coming off a district runner-up showing at the Patriot District Meet to help lead Lake Braddock to a district team crown. Led by Presley, the team looks to do on Thursday what the 2004 state champion team failed to do in winning the Northern Region title. MileStat.com\'s Brandon Miles was able to catch up with the top runner for the SE #6 Lake Braddock squad.
Tackling the overwhelming task of summarizing the 64 district meets held in Virginia this past week, I have taken a different approach in making a list of the ten best team and individual performances this past week. Some of them will not be in order based off actual team and individual\'s current state rankings, but how I rate their most recent performances at districts. I\'ll also be trying to recognize some performances that can be overlooked. I cannot recognize all, but I\'ll try to do my best. As you will see with the first top ten list with the boys teams, I took heavily into account how last year\'s teams faired from districts to the state meet at Great Meadows in their time differences among their team averages (top 5 finishers). No perfect science in analzying this sport, but I think it is an important stat to look at because a lot of these teams are competing with the same runners, same coaches, same training plan, and most importantly same courses. The Brentsville boys and Hermitage boys for example cannot have the same application used as Brentsville competed in a totally different course for their district meet from 2005 and Hermitage competed on a different Pole Green course and had to deal with quite different weather and course conditions in their Saturday district meet than the pleasant conditions that were found statewide on the Wednesday and Thursday meets. Enjoy!
Video clips from the 2006 Colonial District Meet held at Pole Green Park in Richmond, Virginia on Saturday, October 28th.
MileStat.com\'s Brandon Miles interviews Colonial District individual champions Courtlin LaReau of Deep Run and John Vial of Hermitage at the Colonial District Meet held at Pole Green Park in Mechanicville, Virginia on Saturday, October 28th.
Heritage High School junior Laura Rapp is having the biggest breakthrough season of any female AA runner in the state this cross country season, and perhaps of any runner regardless of classification and gender. Rapp has shot up the MileStat.com rankings this fall from her preseason spot at #15 AA to her most recent position at #3. She was unranked at the seasons start for Cream of the Crop girls but has turned enough coachs heads to move her to #8 in the latest polls. Rapp most recently finished with a solid performance in the shadows of Footlocker All-American Catherine White at the Running With the Wolves Invitational Open Race. She followed that race up on the same course on Wednesday at the Seminole District Championship as she broke the meet record formerly held by Shannon Saunders of Jefferson Forest at 18:51. Rapps 18:46 bested Whites best time of 18:47 previous to last Saturday\'s record setting performance. MileStat.com\'s Ryan Call was able to run her down, something others have had trouble doing this season, for a brief chat.
Don\'t shoot the messenger, but the ticket price for the VHSL State Cross Country Championship has been increased to $7.00 per the VHSL. The VHSL State Cross Country Championship will be held on Saturday, November 11th at Great Meadows in The Plains, Virginia.
Video clips from the 2006 Dominion District Meet held at Pocahontas State Park in Chesterfield, Virginia on Thursday, October 26th. Varsity races are posted. JV races to come.
After suffering a narrow one point defeat at Disney to Hermitage and jeopardizing their Nike Team Nationals hopes, Brentsville returned stronger than ever at the start of the championship season at the Northwestern District Meet held at Kernstown Battlefield in Winchester. Coach Rob Dulin\'s boys put up their best team performance of the year as they dominated a very tough AA district. Brentsville took the top three places individual with district champion Adam Henken clocking a 15:44 personal best and being followed to the line by teammates Henry Melius (2nd, 16:05) and Ray Delgado (3rd, 16:13). It was especially a big performance for Delgado, who had been underperforming prior to the district race, but it appears Brentsville has their big front three running at their best making them a tough team for any team in the state to beat. Luke Watts also had an exceptional race as the team\'s fourth finisher in sixth with a personal best of 16:25 to give Brentsville four of the top six finishers. Brentsville senior Andrew Johnson rounded out the team\'s scoring in 11th place at 16:45. The team\'s top five averaged 16:15 on the 5K course and had their best time spread of the year for their top five with 1:01 gap. Midlothian and Chapel Hill better watch out! Brentsville is coming on strong! This will certainly be one of the busiest weeks on the site with the countless number of district meets that will be taking place throughout the state of Virginia. MileStat.com will be attempting to keep pace with the crazy week of cross country this week will certainly be. Keeping the site updated in a timely fashion will be a task within itself as well will inputing of all elite times (sub 21 5K girls, sub 17:30 5K boys, sub 20:30 3 mile girls, sub 17:00 3 mile boys). It would be greatly appreciated if coaches would remind their meet directors to please send their results to the website. Believe it or not, there are meet directors out there among the district meets in Virginia, that have never heard of MileStat.com, so please make them aware! TOP TEN LIST: BEST DISTRICT BOYS TEAM PEFORMANCES GROUP A DISTRICT MEET SUMMARIES GROUP AA DISTRICT MEET SUMMARIES DISTRICT MEET DIRECTOR CALL OUT! Get your district off this list and email me results! AA - Southside A - Eastern Shore, Tri-Rivers
Video clips from the 2006 Liberty District Cross Country Championships held at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia on Wednesday, October 25th.
Interviews with the two district champions out of the Northern Region on Wednesday\'s double district meet being held at Burke Lake Park with Oakton senior Joe LoRusso winning the Concorde District in 15:15 and Thomas Jefferson senior Paul Norland winning the Liberty boys in 15:28 as both lead their teams to convincing team titles.
Two audio interviews from the 2006 Dominion District Meet held at Pocahontas State Park in Chesterfield, Virginia on Thursday, October 26th. Interviews with Midlothian senior captain Tommy Reese and two-time district champion Kristen Wolfe of James River.
Video clips from the 2006 Concorde District Cross Country Championships held at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia on Wednesday, October 25th.
The Dominion District of the Central Region will be under the microscope this week as it touts the Southeast
The Eastern Region\'s best teams are found this fall in the Southeastern District with the Hickory boys, Western Branch girls, and Great Bridge girls all looking to make names for themselves at the VHSL State Cross Country Meet in November at Great Meadows. The Southeastern District Meet will once again be held at Bells Mill in Chesapeake on Wednesday, October 25th. This will also be the first year that the Eastern Region Meet will be hosted at Bells Mill.
The Central District Meet will serve as a measuring stick for the Thomas Dale boys if they are team capable of advancing out of the Central Region. Central District has traditionally been the weaker district in the region for cross country, but Thomas Dale boys have always been the one team out of the district that has been able to be competitive on the region level thanks to Coach Bob Gulley. The Central District Meet will be held on Wednesday, October 25th at Pocahontas State Park as it will be held a day prior to the Dominion District Meet being held at Pocahontas.
Region III has started to step up as a very competitive region in Group AA and part of the reason is the talent and coaching that is found in the River Ridge District within the region. The district features the current top ranked AA girls\' team in Blacksburg and a handful of top ranked individuals and teams among both the boys and girls. The River Ridge District Championships will be hosted on Thursday, October 26th at the home of the Region III Meet at Green Hill Park in Salem.
The Northwestern District is the Concorde District of Group AA. Over the past few years, it has been the toughest district in the toughest region in AA. Teams can be ranked in the top ten in AA and individuals can be ranked just off the top 15 in AA and have to almost gear their training to peak at the district meet just to make sure they advance onto the Region II Meet. This year\'s Northwestern District Meet will be hosted by John Handley High School in Winchester on Thursday, October 26th.
In the girls team race, over the last six years the outcome has been between Brooke Point and Colonial Forge, this year will be no different. The Colonial Forge Girls look as strong as ever as they look to repeat as District Champions.
The Thomas Jefferson boys will look to make it two in a row in as district champions in Liberty District as they have only been in the district for two years after coming over to the Concorde District. Meanwhile, defending individual champions Sarrah Hadiji of W.T. Woodson and Paul Norland of Thomas Jefferson return looking to repeat as well. After finishing fifth in last year\'s Liberty District Championships, the Langley girls look to be in the driver seat coming in to win the team title on Wednesday at Burke Lake Park\'s 2.98 mile course.
The Concorde District in the Northern Region is often the state\'s toughest and deepest region to get out of as it is not uncommon for a team or individual to barely advance onto the regional meet and end up on the state meet podium as a top three finishing team or top 15 individual. This year will be no exception as Wednesday\'s district championships will be sharing the Burke Lake 2.98 mile course with the Liberty District Meet.
The Beach District Meet will be held on Wednesday at the Sportsplex 5K course in Virginia Beach. Both Ocean Lakes boys and girls\' teams will be looking to defend their team titles from last year, while Cox senior Eddie Judge will be making an assault on his own course record as the defending Beach District champ.
Everyone in the Capital District will be looking forward to another showdown between two of the state\'s best freshmen runners in Hanover\'s Lauren Hopper and Lee-Davis\' Amanda Lineberry at Wedney\'s Capital District Championships. Hopper and Lineberry have had several clashes already this season with the most recent two Saturdays ago at the Lee-Davis Invitational with a eight second victory over Lineberry in a personal best time of 18:59. Lineberry had defeated Hopper on the same course just three days earlier in a Wendesday meet as she posted a course record time of 18:53 on the new Pole Green course.
Jefferson Forest junior Matt Kadak was interviewed by MileStat.com staff writer Ryan Call shortly after Kadak outkicking Caleb Hughes of Christiansburg for a 1 second win at the Runnin\' With The Wolves Invite in a season and course best time of 16:56. Kadak finished fifth in last year\'s AA state cross country race as a sophomore.
Video clips from the 2006 Runnin\' With the Wolves Rocktoberfest Invitational held at Wolf Branch Farm in Forest, Virginia on Saturday, October 21st.
Interview by MileStat.com staff writer Ryan Call shortly after Northside senior Catherine White breaking her own course record at Wolf Branch Farm in Forest, Virginia at the Runnin With The Wolves Invitational with a time of 18:24. White bypassed the varsity girls high school division to compete in the more competive open division as she raced unattached.
If anyone thought that Northside senior Catherine White was having an off season this fall they better guess again. Especially her fellow Foot Locker South favorites throughout the region. White broke the meet and course record at the Runnin\' With The Wolves Rocktoberfest Invitational by 23 seconds with a time of 18:24 competing in the open race. The returning Foot Locker All-American had set the course mark last year in a time of 18:47. Instead of competing in the varsity high school girls division, White opted to compete in the open division as she was paced by former Northside teammate and 2006 AA state outdoor 3200 meter champion Zac Edwards. Meanwhile, in the most exciting finish of the meet, Jefferson Forest junior Matthew Kadak was able to surge past Christiansburg\'s Caleb Hughes right before the finish to take the win on his home course in 16:56 with Hughes a tick back at 16:57. Team champions were Christiansburg boys and Jefferson Forest girls. Martinsville\'s Amy Smith won the varsity girls\' race in a solid time of 20:28 on the challenging 5K course layout found at Wolf Branch Farm. An outstanding meet run by Coach Jerome Loy and the rest of the Jefferson Forest crew that I would definitely highly recommend to any coach to put on their schedule next fall. BEST START TO A RACE, great music all over the course, creek crossings, leaps over logs, and overall great atmosphere for a cross country event! More to come from Runnin With The Wolves including quotes from the winners, story, photos, and video clips as MileStat.com was on-site with Brandon Miles and Ryan Call. SUNDAY: Varsity Girls Photo Gallery (194 photos) - Varsity Boys Photo Gallery(184 photos) - Open (94 photos) MONDAY: Q&A with Catherine White - Q&A with Matt Kadak - Full Story - Video Clips
Midlothian girls join Midlothian boys as a Southeast #1 ranked team in the Nike Team National regional rankings after a huge victory at the Manhattan Invitational. Hermitage boys (SE #3), Brentsville boys (SE #4), West Springfield boys (SE #9), and Lake Braddock girls (SE #6) all maintain their positions from last week, while Jamestown boys (SE #7) and Blacksburg girls (SE #10) slip one spot each.
A total of 22 schools will be represented at one of the last regular season invitationals of the season at the Runnin\' With The Wolves Invitational to be held on Saturday, October 21st at the Wolf Branch Farm, home course of Jefferson Forest High School. The meet will feature two of AA\'s best girls this fall in two-time defending AA cross country champion Catherine White of Northside and Laura Rapp of Heritage, who has had a breakthrough junior year thus far this fall. MileStat.com will be on-site with Brandon Miles. Coaches please ask your district meet director to make sure results are sent to MileStat.com next week! Email results to email@example.com
MileStat.com/Virginia State XC Rankings sponsored by the McDonald\'s Maymont X-Country Festival for October 18th have been released. These rankings are generated by poll votes from coaches around the state. Any coaches interested in participating in next week\'s poll please send in your rankings via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon next Wednesday, October 25th.
Video clips from the tri meet held at Pocahontas State Park\'s middle level 5K course in Chesterfield, Virginia between Midlothian, Monacan, and James River on Wednesday, October 18th.
Video clips of the varsity races from the Glory Days Grill Invitational held at Bull Run Regional Park in Manassas, Virginia on Saturday, October 14th.
Video clips of the varsity races from the Lee-Davis Invitational held at Pole Green Park in Mechanicsville, Virginia on Saturday, October 14th.
SAT\'s and homecoming dates had plenty of runners at this year\'s Glory Days Grill Invitational held at Bull Run Regional Park attempting a juggling act and being crunched for time on a pleasant and Sunny Saturday. Thankfully, a fast 5K course layout allowed runners to finish their races quickly to head off to the next destination.
Midlothian girls pulled off the big shocker in winning the Eastern States Championship race at Manhattan Invitational against the nation\'s best teams including US #1 and defending Nike Team Nationals champions Hilton of New York. WIth 148 points, Coach Stan Morgan\'s Lady Trojans finished ahead of not only Hilton but SE #1 Eleanor Roosevelt of Maryland (2nd, 172 pts), NE #3 Saratoga Springs of New York (3rd, 190 pts), and Hilton (4th, 203 pts). It was also a great day for the Southeast region with three of the top five finising teams against some of the best team\'s in the nation and Northeast region with Midlothian, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Tatnall of Delaware (5th, 229) giving the region great legitimacy for an at-large berth for Nike Team Nationals. More to come from Manhattan as well as other meets this weekend in Virginia. Check out the great post-race video interview by Rich Gonzalez on DyeStat.com with the Midlothian coach and girls (WARNING: High school girls screaming loudly may pierce ear drums)
A total of 43 schools will be in attendance at the 2006 Albemarle Invitational to be held at Panorama Farms 5K course in Charlottesville, Virginia this Saturday. The meet has its share of local Charlottesville area talent entered in the meet as well others including Northwest Region teams looking to get a preview of their regional meet course.
Nike Team Nationals Southeast Region rankings for Week 5 have been released. Chapel Hill NC and Fort Mill SC boys move up to 2nd and 5th after Wendy\'s - Hermitage VA boys 3rd after 1-point win over Brentsville at Disney - top 4 girls teams the same.
Meet management is once again pleased to welcome all the competitors, along with the coaches, parents and other relatives of the participating runners as well as all other interested followers of cross country, to the 14th Annual Glory Days Grill Invitational at Bull Run Regional Park. Everyone concerned with the meet will again look forward to an exciting afternoon of racing with approximately 1,500 runners representing almost 60 schools scheduled to compete in one of the nine races on Bull Run\'s 5,000 meter (3.1 mile) layout.
The Midlothian girls head off to New York City this weekend to compete in the Eastern States Championship division of the Manhattan Invitational that is being billed as one of the greatest high school cross country fields ever assembled with many of the nation\'s top ranked teams on the East Coast in attendance. Currently ranked #3 in the Southeast and previously ranked #11 in the nation earlier in the season, Virginia\'s defending 3A state champions from Midlothian have high hopes of being selected as one of the teams to compete at the Nike Team Nationals in early December. The Midlothian girls will be making the trip without their SE #1 boys as they will be staying home due to conflicts with SAT and being whipped to their homecoming dates at Midlothian High School. The Midlothian girls had to turn down a line of dates, because the only date that matters to them is December 2nd in Portland, Oregon for Nike Team Nationals. Plenty of focus is not only focused on them, but the entire Southeast region as SE #1 Eleanor Roosevelt of Maryland and SE #2 Episcopal of Florida will be competing at Manhattan as well to see if the region can matchup with arguably the toughest region in the nation currently for high school girls\' teams in the Northeast. Automatic and at-large berths will be on the line for both regions based off the outcome of Manhattan.
A total of 43 schools will be participating at this Saturday\'s Albemarle Invitational to be held at Panorama Farms in Charlottesville, Virginia. Meet preview to come from Brandon Miles.
MileStat.com/Virginia State XC Rankings sponsored by the McDonald\'s Maymont X-Country Festival for October 11th have been released. These rankings are generated by poll votes from coaches around the state. Any coaches interested in participating in next week\'s poll please send in your rankings via email to email@example.com by noon next Wednesday, October 18th.
A total of 58 schools will be competing at this Saturday\'s Glory Days Grill Invitational to be held at Bull Run Regional Park in Manassas, Virginia. Several outstanding team and individual matchups loom with runners from Virginia, DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and the United Kingdom (yes the country across the big pond called the Atlantic Ocean). Preview from Pearl Watts to come later this week.
The SE #5 Lake Braddock girls finished second to a very tough MW #3 Minister of Ohio team at the Jesse Owens Invitational held at the Oakville Indian Mounds Park in Oakville, Alabama as Coach Mike Mangan\'s team got its first true test this fall. The Lady Bruins earned a high grade in Alabama as they were 27 points behind the Ohio team as senior Michelle Presley led the team with a seventh place personal best run of 18:28.42.
The Oakton girls and J.J. Kelly senior Brittany Killough were big winners at the Hagan Stone Park Classic held in Greensboro, North Carolina. Oakton coach Scott Raczko\'s girls from Vienna had five runners in top 12 places and all under 20 minutes on the Hagan Stone Park 5K course to finish 22 points ahead of Green Hope High School (NC) with a team score of 43 points. For Killough, it was her second consecutive win at Hagan Stone as she bettered her 2005 time by two seconds with a 18:25.90 clocking.
The Hermitage boys pulled a miracle turnaround in one week at the Disney Classic in Orlando, Florida as they upset NTN SE #2 Brentsville by a mere one point with both teams record low team scores of 31 and 32 points respectively. The Panthers had dropped out of the Nike Team Nationals Southeast Region rankings for the second time this season after a humbling eighth place finish at last weekend\'s Maymont Festival to only come back in one week to take down one of the top teams in the state and Southeast region in Brentsville.
Video clips from all races except the \"C\" boys race at the Octoberfest Invitational held at Great Meadows in The Plains, Virginia on Saturday, October 7th.
Abingdon junior Griff Graves certainly showed that his preseason mention by many as a Foot Locker Nationals qualifier this fall was right on the money as he clocked a 15:03 5K to finish second in the 3A race at the Wendy\'s Invitational held on the same course in which Foot Locker South will be held at in November at the McAlpine Greenway Park in Charlotte, North Carolina. Graves finished second to one of North Carolina\'s best in Hickory junior Ryan Hill, who won in 14:55. Graves and Hill\'s times topped the winning times in the more competitive invitational (Jay Heller, Walton GA, 15:15) race division. Graves time is a state best for 5K this fall by 32 seconds, besting Maymont Festival champion Mike Spooner\'s 15:35 last Saturday in a win over Graves.
A steady downpour of rain that started yesterday and continued throughout today made Saturday\'s Octoberfest Invitational at Great Meadows a mud slop-fest as two over flowing creek crossings and long stretches of mud and puddles made for tough race conditions for the high school runners throughout the day. Not a day for anyone to run a personal best, but some outstanding performances were recorded throughout the day. Northside senior Catherine White took the \"A\" girls race in a time of 19:08.07, but more impressive was James River junior Kristen Wolfe only finishing nine seconds off the Foot Locker All-American in a time of 19:17.81. Meanwhile, Radford junior Nathan Brame pulled away from the field midway to come away with a 17:10 victory in the \"A\" race with Manchester senior Andrew Duty charging hard into a second place run of 17:16. Maryland\'s best in Quince Orchard (142 pts) as well as NTN Southeast #9 ranked squad knocked off SE #7 Thomas Jefferson (161 pts) for the \"A\" boys team title. The Northern Region took three of the top four team places in the \"A\" girls\' race with James Robinson (151 pts) finishing ahead of higher ranked AAA squads Langley (2nd, 178 pts) and Maggie Walker (3rd, 195 pts). Complete meet summary is posted with photos as well as video clips (clips of runners crossing creeks a MUST SEE) and a photo gallery from Octoberfest! More to come from other meets, Virginia teams and individuals participated in this weekend! Octoberfest Invitational Video Clips Octoberfest Invitational Photo Gallery
Due to heavy rain and flooding on the low lying areas of the Staunton River Inviational course, the meet scheduled for Saturday, October 7 has been cancelled.
Week 4 rankings for the Nike Team Nationals Southeast Region have been released. Jamestown boys at #5 and Oakton boys at #10 make first ranking appearances this season after their performances at Maymont. Midlothian and Brentsville boys maintain their #1 and #2 spots in the region after an off weekend. West Springfield boys reappear in the rankings at #6 and Thomas Jefferson boys drop from #3 to #6 after Maymont. All four of the Virginia girls\' teams from week 3 maintain their ranking positions with Midlothian at #3, Lake Braddock at #5, Blacksburg at #8, and Brentsville #10. Midlothian and Brentsville were off last weekend, while Lake Braddock won the Oatlands Invite and Blacksburg finished third at Maymont.
The Blacksburg boys and girls swept the team titles at the Metro Invitational on Thursday afternoon at Green Hill Park. The Blacksburg girls, ranked #3 in the state and #8 in the Nike Team Nationals Southeast region, were big winners with 42 points as they finished 53 points ahead of second-place Patrick Henry. Meanwhile, the Blacksburg boys (66 pts) won by a convincing margin of 36 points over Cave Spring (102 pts). Northside senor Catherine White made her first appearance since dropping out at Great American two weeks ago with a leg cramp with her third consecutive Metro Invite championship in 18:26.05 on the Green Hill Park 5K course. Cave Spring\'s Tim Smith (16:08.61) pulled off a fairly big upset over Blacksburg\'s top runner Peter Dorrell (16:20.71). to win the boys\' individual title.
MileStat.com/Virginia State XC Rankings sponsored by the McDonald\'s Maymont X-Country Festival for October 4th have been released. These rankings are generated by poll votes from coaches around the state. Any coaches interested in participating in next week\'s poll please send in your rankings via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon next Wednesday, October 11th.
List of teams competing at this weekend\'s Octoberfest Invitational to be held at Great Meadows in The Plains, Virginia on Saturday, October 7th. A total of 91 schools will be represented. MileStat.com will be on-site with coverage from Brandon Miles.
With Oak Ridge TN boys competing in both the Nike Race of Champions at Great American and invitational division at Maymont in two consecutive weekends against the majority of the Southeast region\'s top teams, a gauge was available in time differences from Oak Ridge runners in their times from Great American to Maymont. The average time difference for Oak Ridge was 35 seconds faster for each of their runners. Using that time difference, runners from SE #1 Midlothian VA, SE #2 Brentsville VA, SE #5 Parkview GA, and SE #7 Chiles FL were plugged into the Maymont results subtracting 35 seconds from their Great American times. The outcome kept Midlothian (81 pts) and Brentsville (110 pts) at #1 and #2 in the region, while Parkview (151 pts) finished just ahead of Maymont champion Chapel Hill (172 pts). Florida\'s top team in Chiles (202 pts) finished just one point ahead of Maymont runner-up and unranked Jamestown (203 pts) in the conversions for fifth as the state of Virginia has seven teams scoring in the top ten.