While most runners would harness their focus to these two individual goals, let it be stated that most runners are not as intense as the Charger junior. So, last month, without provocation, McGorty approached Coach Matt Gilchrist and announced a new goal.
It is finally the post-season and MileStat could not be more excited!
Race videos and video interviews from the 2014 VHSL Group 6A State Indoor Championships. More videos to be added throughout Sunday into Monday.
Photo gallery by Mary Ann Magnant from our VHSL Group 6A State Indoor T&F Championships coverage.
Photo gallery by Lisa McArthur from our VHSL Group 6A State Indoor T&F Championships coverage.
Coverage central for all 5 VHSL State Indoor Track & Field Championship meets to be contested over the week. MileStat.com will have on-site coverage at all of the state meets contested at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton and Liberty University's Tolsma Track Center in Lynchburg.
Coverage from the 2014 VHSL Group 6A State Indoor Track & Field Championships held February 27th through March 1st at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton.
Preview of each event in the Group 6A State Indoor Championships by Sean Leyh
It’s good to be a bear - at least it looks to be down at the Boo Williams Sportsplex this weekend. In a strange coincidence, five of the six teams we feature in our 6A preview have adopted some form of bear for their school’s mascot.
Taking the performance list and scoring it as a meet, MileStat.com can generate a fairly accurate team score projection for the teams slated to compete at the Group 6A State Indoor Championships on Friday and Saturday at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton.
Want to score the performance list and see what teams are in best position to compete for the state indoor team titles and top 3 finishes at the Group 6A and Group 5A State Indoor Championships? Sean Leyh of MileStat.com has already done that as he tallies up the state meet entries to project the top 10 or 12 teams heading into each state championship meet at Boo Williams this weekend.
When the VHSL announced plans for a new classification system last year, we knew major changes were in store. Virginia high school athletes will be crisscrossing the state this week as they head to their respective championship meets. Three different sites will host the finest athletes in the state as they look to write a brand new chapter in the record books.
Performance list for the 2014 VHSL Group 6A State Indoor Championships to be held Thursday thru Saturday, February 27th thru March 1st at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton, Virginia.
All five of the 2014 VHSL State Indoor Track & Field Championship meets will be using the MileStat.com online registration system for coaches to submit their final state meet entries.
It has been a long layoff for many of the 6A North athletes as early conference meets and weather delays have created a 3 week gap in the schedule. Action will resume this Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 PM at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, MD. Below you will find a meet preview for the 6A North Region Championship. Relays are not included as it is much harder to determine the potential finishes without knowing the legs for each school.
Virtual meet indoor track & field rankings for each of the two regions for the VHSL Group 6A classification. Bethel's Nehemiah Lipford started off his senior year with a breakthrough performance in the high jump at the Real Deal Classic in early December with a personal best clearance by two inches at 6'5", which still leads all high jumpers in the 6A South Region.
A list of Group 6A state indoor automatic qualifiers as of December 31st.
A list of Group 6A state indoor automatic qualifiers as of December 18th. Rachael Fasana (10'6") and teammate Maggie Ruud (9'6") qualified for state indoor championship competition in the first week of the season at the Ram Invitational held outdoors at James Robinson High School. With three national caliber distance runners in Hannah Christen, Katy Kunc, and Katie Roche, Fasana in the pole vault and any other point contributors from the Lake Braddock squad would position them well to compete for the Group 6A state indoor title this winter.
The championship season meet auto standards for upcoming 2013-2014 indoor track & field season have been released on November 20th by the VHSL and are based on the average of the 8th best season performance over the last 6 years from the schools assigned to each Conference, Region, and State classification. This is how the State Meet standards were determined when we first began using qualifying standards. The data was obtained from the MileStat.com database.