In day two's action Team VA tallied up another four national titles, 18 All-American finishes, and a national record in the girls shuttle hurdles relay. The biggest winners of the day was Western Branch who set the national record in that race with their 54.67 clocking.
Also finishing well in the shuttle hurdles was Tallwood, Western Branch's "B" Team, and Oscar Smith who took 3-5-6 respectively in that race. Western Branch's boys squad finished in a national runners-up 57.78.
In the individual hurdles Virginia had a lot of success as well. Kurt Powdar brought home the national title in 13.59 and Daiqwuan Faircloth finished 8th. Right after them was the girls final where Shadajah Ballard finished 3rd (13.45) and Kori Carter finished 4th (13.53). That brought Team VA's tally to 23 individual All-Americans in the hurdle races in just one day.
The final national champion of the day, making the absolute most of her final high school meet, was Titiana Marsh in the triple jump. She hop, skipped, and jumped a very strong 42-7 for the win. That was her first national title.
She has some good athletes to follow in her foot steps considering freshman Jordan Hardy went 40-1.25 to win the freshmen competition.
Virginia also did very well in the throws. Jabari Bennett finished 3rd with his 65-10.25 best shot mark, Chelsea Wallace finished 5th with her 148-4 toss in the disc and Ben Clay finished 2nd in the EE shot with a 57-9.5 best.
The only other All-Americans for day two were three teams in the 1600m SMR (2-2-4-8). South County finished fifth in the girls race (4:01.75), Lake Braddock finished second in the boys race (3:27.80), and Broadway finished sixth in the boys race too.
Ryann Helmers finished 9th in the Two Mile in a VA #20 all-time 10:34.41.
4x100m Relay Qualifying
- Hayfield, Tallwood, and Potomac Senior Qualified for the Boys Final (Potomac is ranked 2nd)
- Western Branch (45.58) and Team War Qualified for The Girls Final Ranked 1-2.