The Class 5 boys track showdown turned into a Battle of the Burg, although in this case, it was the teams within and around Fredericksburg that owned several of
In a strikingly familiar scene, the Nansemond River girls track team claimed another state championship at the Class 5 indoor track meet, held in late February
For Herndon High's Gillian Bushee', running has become a very lonely sport, as evidenced by last weekend's coast-to-coast victories in the Class 6 1600 and 3200
Kecoughtan's David Anderson is a rare breed of athlete - a star at two different sports, and good enough at each to earn major scholarship offers.
Recaps from last month's Class 1 and 2 State championships, held at the James Madison University track in Harrisonburg.
While there were no double team winners at the recent VHSL state track and field meets, seven schools scored both teams in the top-three - a show of co-ed stabi
Here is your state meet recap from Class 3 and 4.
Here is the day one recap from VHSL Class 5/6 States.
At the end of the first day at the VHSL Class 6 girls' state track meet, Thomas Dale's star horizontal jumper, senior Madison McConico was asked about her winni
At six-foot-four, and sporting a cowboy hat, it was easy to spot Jamestown's Walker Van Kirk from 50 feet away at the Tolsma Track Center in Lynchburg.
As both Alaysia Oakes and Jada Foreman ready for their final high school track seasons, it may be a good time to take pause, as two of Virginia's most decorated
A new Virginia prep distance star was born over the weekend, as Nathan Atchue of Franklin County won the boys' Class 6 championship in the 1600-meter run.
In a comeback which will be remembered for decades, the Heritage-Newport News girls won the final event of the Class 4 VHSL State indoor track meet, the 4x400,
The first four state indoor track champions were crowned within the confines of the Virginia Beach Sports Center on Saturday, concluding another exciting Class
Here is the day one recap from VHSL States championships.
One of the remarkable aspects of the VA Showcase is how some athletes take the opportunity to break through personal goal barriers and end the weekend with a gr
Alaysia Oakes' sigh of relief may have been heard all the way in Palo Alto.
In the surprise category, one of the best finishes of Saturday came in the girls' invitational 4x200, where Heritage (Newport News) almost overtook
Day 2 of the VA Showcase on Saturday brought a wealth of attention to the prep track world and many Virginia athletes took advantage of the stellar competition.
A recap of the first day of action from The VA Showcase from Virginia-based reporter Jim McGrath
Gabriella Garcia ran for a purpose greater than herself over the weekend
The most impressive performance of the Class 4, 5, and 6 championships may have been that from Battlefield's Sailor Eastman
One of the more satisfying aspects of the Class 6 Virginia cross-country team championships was that the same teams that won the spring titles came back to win
Next Monday night, the commons area of Alexandria City High School (formerly T.C. Williams) will transform itself into Party Central
Oakton has some history and continues to write it.
Saturday's Class 6 girls state track meet saw the end of several storied career
There were quite a few big performances on the field side of things. Here is the recap.
Midlothian won the team crown with 44 points, a single point over Atlee, with L.C. Bird third at 37.5.
Woodgrove's TC Nelson had a throw for the record books at Todd Stadium.
Atlee took home the winning team trophy for the Class 5 boys at last month's state cross-country championships