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In a meet that was supposed to be close, the L.C. Bird Skyhawks made sure it was anything but close.
Check out this race and others from 5A/6A States.
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Wilson Memorial superstar Emilie Miller just won the weekend.
Here is the updated information regarding the state championships this weekend.
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Clarification to the previous Media Advisory, the state track meet is still a 2-day meet and will begin on Friday as scheduled.
Winning here cements your name in history and that state title is something you never forget.
Thomas Dale senior and Georgia commit, Titiana Marsh, will not be competing in the 2018 VHSL 6A State Championships.
See who is competing and in which events right here!
States week is about more than just the teams and superstars in our sport. It is also about the stars who are trying to win that first state title.
This West Springfield sophomore is on a mission. He is currently VA #1 for 6A 3200 and VA #5 for 6A 1600 with his personal bests of 9:28 and 4:20.
See who leads the state and who is close behind as we head into State Championship Week.
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She already has run 5:11 (1600) and 10:57 (3200) this season and her coaches think she has only begun to show her potential.
Don't worry if you missed any of the action last week, we got you covered!
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The draft is back! Here is your chance to not only beat MileStat but also get the ultimate bragging rights of knowing VA T&F the best.
24 regional championships are in the books and six state champions lie ahead of us. Before we enter states week though you should take a look back at the week that was with our 8,177 photos.
That time is the fastest Northern Region time since T.C. Williams had the Lyles brothers running on their team.
Here are the 3A athletes headed to states or at least eligible for states next weekend in Harrisonburg.
Highland Springs junior William Spencer left little doubt in his regional 300mH. Not only did he win his first 300H title but he also set a new Virginia #1 in the event with his #14 all-time performance of 36.85.
Watch this race and others from Region 3B here.
Jumping from 6th place to 3rd place in the team scores in a year is a big jump.
Saint Catherine's superstar Hannah Ballowe left little doubt with her double win at the VISAA State Championships.
This marked Coach Winston Brown's 20th state team title overall in just 15 years of coaching.
Get ready for the regional championships that are approaching quickly with these virtual meets.
That isn't only because of her being pretty good at running but also because she never gave up in what became the most exciting race from the VISAA State Championships.
Check out all the races right here from VISAA.