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VA Girls ' New Balance Nationals Results Nolan Jez Mar 15, 2017

It was a big weekend in New York City for the girls from Virginia. They brought home numerous all-American finishes and a solid three national championships. These three champions were the Nansemond River 4x2, Western Branch SHR, and Rachel Mcarthur in the 800.Check out all the Team VA results below.

Rachel McArthur: State Champion, Villanova Commit, and Now National Champion Nolan Jez Mar 13, 2017

Even after running a monster 4:42.99 split in the DMR on Friday, Patriot senior Rachel McArthur found just another way to step up her game. On Sunday in the 800 it was the all Rachel show as she quickly took to the lead and never looked back. She went on to runaway with the national title in a US #9 all-time and VA state indoor record performance of 2:06.08.

Grant W Holloway Wins NCAA 60mH Title! Nolan Jez Mar 11, 2017

In his first NCAA Championship race ever, Florida frosh Grant Holloway showed us once again why his middle initial is "W". He took home the win in a monstrous 7.58 to run away with the title over tough competition. That performance equaled the facility record for the Texas A&M arena.

Western Branch Girls New National Record! Nolan Jez Mar 11, 2017

The Bruins left nothing to doubt Saturday at the Armory in their favorite event, the shuttle hurdle relay. All year they flirted with their own national record from two years ago but this weekend they destroyed that school and national record. Their 30.63 was a .59 second improvement on their former 31.22.

New Balance Nationals Preview: Team VA Boys Nolan Jez Mar 9, 2017

Team VA had hands down the greatest showing we have ever had last year at indoor nationals and that was with Drew Hunter not even running individual events. This year we may not have as many stars but the fireworks are still going to go off this weekend at the Armory.

Harris Wins Three for Branch Boys Jim McGrath Mar 8, 2017

In a 20-minute span, Micaiah Harris shocked the crowd at Boo Williams, as he won both the 6A 55-meter hurdles (7.37) and open 55 (6.41). While the races totaled only 110 meters, the distance he has traveled, away from a shadow cast over him, has been much greater.