While everyone is watching Heather & Emma, Doria is preparing for a senior campaign that could upstage both of them. She has remained the girl to beat in the 3200 but in XC she still has work to do.
Sports have had its share of brother-sister pairs. In the early 1970’s, there were Billie Jean King (tennis) and Randy Moffatt (San Francisco Giants pitcher). Speed skaters Eric and Beth Heiden in the 1980 Winter Olympics. Tracksters Carl and Carol Lewis of the mid-80’s.
Check out Princess Anne's practice visit in this edition of Workout Wednesday.
Results and coverage from all of the 8 conference championship cross country meets in the VHSL Group 5A classification.
Coverage from the Wednesday, October 23rd joint conference championship meets for Conference 1 in Group 6A and Conference 9 in Group 5A at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex
Can the Martingayle siblings in freshmen Doria Martingayle and sophomore Harrison Martingayle both become conference champions on Wednesday afternoon at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex in the 5A Conference 9 race?
The final Eastern Region Cross Country Championships will be held Thursday, November 1st at Bells Mill Park in Chesapeake. It has been tough for any Eastern Region team over recent years to beat any cross country squad produced by coach Mike Nestor at Ocean Lakes. The Ocean Lakes cross country program will attempt to make it a sweep of the team titles for the third consecutive year.
One of the biggest surprises of this cross country season in Virginia has been the rise of Princess Anne senior Matthew Schwartzer. MileStat.com interviewed the Eastern Region cross country champion as he prepares for the VHSL State Cross Country Championships.
Paul McElroy was the most important runner in the meet at Saturday's Chesapeake Invitational. While only finishing in 39th place with a time of 18:45. McElroy's individual performance as Hickory's sixth man was the final determining factor in giving his team the win over Kellam.
Virtual meet preview for the 2010 Beach District Indoor T&F Championships based on performances currently in the MileStat.com database as of February 2nd.
The Grassfield boys regained regional bragging rights in claiming their first Eastern Region cross country team title over rival Western Branch with a top five spread of 56 seconds and all five scorers among the top 20 ranging from times 15:52 to 16:49. Despite losing their top three runners from a year ago, the Ocean Lakes girls repeated easily as champions by a 46 point margin. Landstown senior Stephanie Frenchik maintained her regional dominance with a personal best 18:22 win, while Drew Paisley made it a Beach District individual sweep as the Ocean Lakes senior scored a mild upset 15:37 victory.
The Kellam girls and Ocean Lakes boys appear to be the teams to beat this fall in the Eastern Region, while Derrick Robbins is expected to easily defend his regional crown. Meanwhile, Western Branch freshmen Aurora Scott, who already has some national age group records under her belt, will be expected to make a huge splash on the Virginia high school running scene.