These Seven Events You Cannot Miss At VA States!

Here are the seven events you cannot miss at States this weekend. Remember too, all running events will be live with some field event coverage so you can watch them live as well. 

WATCH LIVE: Class 1/2 - Class 3/4 - Class 5/6 

Class 5 Boys 100: One of the shortest, quickest races of the weekend will be this 100m dash. In it is the state leader, Dominic Dutton of Glen Allen who has blazed a 10.57. His nearest competition ain't too bad either, that is Indian River's Malachi Hinton at 10.63. Both are looking for that sub 10.50 mark which would move them up the all-time list. It would take a 10.43 to tie Percy Harvin for 10th all-time. 

Class 6 Boys 3200: This one is going to be fast and with perfect weather in forecast, it could spell a sub 9:00 performance. Leading the way here are Oakton teammates Arnav Tikhe and Garrett Woodhouse who've both gone low-nine this season. Bryce Lentz cannot be counted out either making for an exciting race. 

Class 4 Girls 200: Anytime Madison Whyte steps on the track, magic can happen. She's already broken 24 this season and could seriously go sub 23.5 at states. If she has the perfect race it could be even faster. She is still the girl who ran sub 38 in the 300 as a freshman last year so that means she has serious speed. 

Class 6 Girls Long Jump: Senior Emma Seetoo will be going head to head with sophomore Lena Gooden who is the sophomore state record holder in VA. Both have gone over 20' this season and could come close to that state record of 20-7 if the conditions are right. National rankings are in serious play here. 

Class 3 Girls Discus: Leslie Young has launched the discus over 133 feet already this season. If she can get the perfect throw this weekend that state record of 161 feet is in danger, we know that is a bold statement but she has already thrown 47' in the shot this season.

Class 2 Girls 1600: This race is all about the clock. Carly Wilkes is chasing history and that could mean a sub 4:50 performance, weather permitting. She almost single handedly won the team title indoors and will likely attempt it outdoors with the 1600-800-4x4 triple. This one could be fast for the Glenvar junior.

Class 4 Boys 3200: The big story here is the team title battle between Loudoun Valley, Patrick Henry, and Grafton. All three teams will have the goal of getting some serious points out of this event and that means it could be the deciding factor for who wins and who isn't getting a trophy. The top seed in this one is Graham Mussmon of Loudoun Valley but he certainly has his hands full.