Current meet records for the Group AAA State Outdoor Track & Field Championships. With a change of venue to Sports Backers Stadium and the 1/8 spike limitations gone from Todd Stadium, there is a greater chance for some of these records to fall. Active events are highlighted in bold, while extinct events are still listed. Ronnie Ray's 440 Yard performance in 1972, Jim Hill's 1979 two mile performance, and Linda Portasik's mile performance in 1979 stand as metric state meet records still when converted over from yards.
Video of the first and only attempt by Justin Hunter of Ocean Lakes in the long jump with state meet record and US #2 all-time mark of 25-8.75.
Kathleen Lautzenheiser (Midlothian) 4:56.22
Photo by John Herzog Justin Hunter is without a doubt the favorite in all three jumping events for this weekend's VHSL Group AAA State Championships as he also attempts to help Ocean Lakes for the first state title, but none of the titles will be given to him without a challenge. Hunter should especially see a challenge in the long jump from Thomas Dale senior Quintin Fulgham who appears to be stepping up at the right time in both the jumps and the sprints after winning four individual titles at the Central Region Championships. Read more for interview with Quintin Fulgham...
Event by event preview of the field events for the 2010 VHSL Group AAA State Outdoor Track & Field Championships. There are several state meet records in the field events which could be broken with a talented assembly of today's stars including Isaiah Simmons (pictured left by John Herzog) of Woodbridge in the throws, Lizzie Powell of Patrick Henry in the pole vault, and Justin Hunter of Ocean Lakes in the jumps. Read more...
Brandon Burton (Woodside) 1:53.07
A list of the top 25 girls performances in Group AAA this season in each championship meet event along with links to full rankings. Only performances from invitationals or championship meets are included and only FAT performances are used for events 400 meters or below.
Preview for the running events at the 2010 VHSL Group AA State Championships. Several races at this year's state meet will be historically some of the best ever in meet's history in terms of depth such as nine girls under 11 minutes in the 3200 meter run, six girls under 12 seconds in the 100 meter dash, and a large pack of boys relays ready to roll under 8 minutes in the 4x800 and 3:20 in the 4x400. It has been seven years since the state meet was last held at Sports Backers Stadium and the ability for athletes to wear quarter inch spikes will not be the only factor to help potentially produce for many performances to rank among the fastest all-time in state meet history. Several athletes are capable of winning a pair of individual titles on the track including Darrell Wesh (pictured above by Ryan Kelly) in the boys 100 and 200 meter dash.
Updated Group AAA state team rankings through the regional championships heading into this weekend's state championships at Sports Backers Stadium in Richmond. Eastern Region champions Ocean Lakes boys and Western Branch girls are favored to win.
A list of the top 25 boys performances in Group AAA this season in each championship meet event along with links to full rankings. Only performances from invitationals or championship meets are included and only FAT performances are used for events 400 meters or below.
Western Branch 7:49.09
Midlothian senior Kathleen Lautzenheiser won the girls 1600 state title in 4:56.22.
Western Branch 47.33
Lee-Davis junior Montasia Golden (pictured left by John Herzog) started out high school with some big shoes and expectations to fill when she took over the role as the top point scorer for the track team and drew quick comparisons at the time to the recently graduated multi-event star Rachel Butler. There is good reason to see why the comparisons appeared as Golden does many of the same events which Butler excelled in such as the jumps and hurdles. During this past year Golden has become not the next Rachel Butler, but instead established herself and her own name with a state title indoors in the triple jump and enters this weekend's Group AAA State Championships in Richmond as one of the top seeds in both hurdle events fresh off two all-time best performances at the regional meet. A stress fracture injury prevented her from competing early in the outdoor season as well as held her out entirely from taking any attempts at the triple jump, but with her focus completely on the hurdles she may get a worthy consolation prize for being unable to go for an outdoor title in the triple jump. Read more for interview with Montasia Golden...
Performance list for the 2010 VHSL Group AA State Outdoor Track & Field Championships to be held Friday & Saturday, June 4th & 5th at Sports Backers Stadium in Richmond, VA. State Meet Performance List State Meet Roster - List of athletes on team's rosters eligible to compete.
Drew Paisley (Ocean Lakes) 4:11.37
Christal Peterson (Phoebus) 24.09
Andre McLean (L.C. Bird) 9:38.86 - 10th overall
West Springfield 9:08.32 new state meet record!
Justin Hunter (Ocean Lakes) 25-8.75
Brooke Point senior Katherine Walker won the girls 3200 state title in 10:30.08
Myah Hicks (Thomas Edison) 2:10.55
Phoebus sophomore Vamonie Boddie won the girls 300 hurdles state title in 43.94.
Katherine Walker (Brooke Point) 10:30.08
Darrell Wesh (Landstown) 21.33
Fastest qualifier - Vamonie Boddie (Phoebus) 44.76
Fastest Qualifier - Darrell Wesh (Landstown) 10.88
Lakeland junior JaQuan Demiel won the boys 300 hurdles and placed runner-up in the boys 110 hurdles.
Tiera Williams (Freedom) 40-9.50
Fastest qualifier - Tehquin Warrick (Phoebus) 48.50
Fastest qualifier - Keilah Tyson (Western Branch) 11.97
Fastest qualifier - JaQuan Demiel (Lakeland) 14.49
Monica Williams (Green Run) 54.87
Audrey Batzel (Ocean Lakes) 5:05.91 - 9th overall
Fastest qualifier - Clive Cameron (Mountain Vernon) 38.26
Justin Burke (First Colonial) 47.10
Keilah Tyson (Western Branch) 11.86
Ocean Lakes senior Drew Paisley won the boys 1600 meter state title in 4:11.
Landstown senior Breana Norman won the girls 100 meter hurdles state title in 14.54.
Landstown senior Darrell Wesh won the 100 and 200 meter ash well as anchored the winning 4x100 relay.
Phoebus junior Christal Peterson won the girls 200 and placed second in the girls 100.
Breana Norman (Landstown) 14.54
Woodside junior Brandon Burton won the boys 800 state title in 1:53.
Stafford senior Matt Hazelgren won the boys pole vault with a clearance of 15-6.
First Colonial sophomore Justin Burke won the boys 400 state title in 47.10.
Vincent Wyatt (William Fleming) 14.64
Fastest qualifier - Walter Mitchell (Salem) 21.62
Fastest qualifier - Christal Peterson (Phoebus) 24.25
Fastest qualifier - Walter Mitchell (Salem) 21.62
Fastest qualifier - Moncia Williams (Green Run) 54.60
Fastest qualifier - Breana Norman (Landstown) 14.63
Atlee 7:59.99 (7th overall)
Western Branch junior Keilah Tyson won the 100 meter dash while finishing second in the high jump and fourth in the long jump.
Chantilly senior Chris Foley won the boys 3200 state title in 9:08.
Woodbridge junior Isaiah Simmons won state titles in the shot put at 60-2 and discus at 167-2.
William Fleming junior Vincent Wyatt won the boys 110 hurdles state title in 14.64.
Green Run junior Monica Williams won the girls 400 state title in 54.87.
Ocean Lakes senior Justin Hunter won all three jumping events including setting a new meet record in the long jump.
Kaila Blackburn (Monacan) 11:25.33 - 12th overall
Chris Foley (Chantilly) 9:08.43
Justin Hunter (Ocean Lakes) 7-0
Karimah Shepherd (Grassfield) 19-5.75
Justin Hunter (Ocean Lakes) 50-8.25
Desmonae Gray (Western Branch) 39-10.25
Matt Hazelgren (Stafford) 15-6
Darrell Wesh (Landstown) 10.66
Meet Comment: VHSL Group AAA State Outdoor T&F Championships 2010
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