Photos taken by Brandon Miles from the 2006 Northern Region Cross Country Championships held at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia on Thursday, November 2nd.
Photos taken by Brandon Miles & Ted Plunkett from the 2006 Northern Region Meet held at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia on Thursday, November 2nd.
Just in time for Thursday\'s Northern Region Meet to be held at Burke Lake Park\'s 2.98 mile list is the All-Time list for the historic course for the Northern Region. List compiled by Pearl Watts with special thanks to former Northern Virginia Journal sports editor Bill McDowell.
CLICK LINK ABOVE FOR COMPLETE REGIONAL WEEK COVERAGE MileStat.com will be covering four meets...yes four meets...in four days as Brandon Miles will be putting some mileage on his Ford Bronco this week traveling to the Region III Meet on Wednesday (11/1) at Green Hill Park in Salem, Northern Region Meet on Thursday (11/2) at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax, Region II Meet on Friday (11/3) at Panorama Farms in Charlottesville, and Central Region Meet on Saturday (11/4) at Pole Green Park in Mechanicsville as the final and closest leg of regional meet coverage. We\'ll try to keep the site as updated as possible with results, elites, and meet summaries, but we need the cooperation from all regional meet directors to make sure results are emailed to us in a timely manner. Saturday On-Site Coverage @ Central Region Meet The Southeast #1 ranked boys and girls teams from Midlothian certainly did not hurt their legitimacy as the state and region\'s top ranked squads as the Midlothian boys simply destroyed SE #4 Hermitage with six runners ahead of Hermitage\'s second finisher to win by 44 points with a team score of 25 points. The Trojans averaged 16:05 on the Pole Green Park 5K course with regional champion Jason Witt (15:37), Mark Merritt (3rd, 16:04), Jonathan Mellis (4th, 16:08), Thomas Cole (9th, 16:18), Michael Hammond (11th, 16:21), and Tommy Reese (12th, 16:22) making for an impressive top six. Meanwhile, the Midlothian girls were able to put an insane number of seven under 19 minutes at Pole Green with Kathleen Lautzenheiser (2nd, 18:12), Leia Lautzenheiser (3rd, 18:13), M.C. Miller (5th, 18:33), Paige Johnston (11th, 18:51), Samantha Dow (13th, 18:53), Christine Selander (14th, 18:58), and Amy Witt (15th, 18:59)..Midlothian averaged 18:32 on the 5K course and finished 52 points ahead of Douglas Freeman with 34 points. AAA #1 ranked Kristen Wolfe had an amazing run to break 18 minutes with a time of 17:58 as she will be tough to beat next week at Great Meadows as will both Midlothian teams. More to come from the Central Region Meet including complete results, elites, full story, photos, video clips, and interviews as well as finishing up coverage from other regional meets this past week! RESULTS: Varsity Boys - Varsity Girls - Sub-Varsity Boys - Freshmen Boys - Freshmen Girls Central Region Meet Audio Interviews - MileStat.com\'s Brandon Miles interviews Midlothian senior M.C. Miller and Midlothian junior Jason Witt. Central Region Meet Photo Galleries by John Herzog: Varsity Races - Freshmen & Sub-Varsity Races - Photos from Brandon Miles to come as well. Central Region Meet Video Clips - Varsity races posted. Sub-varsity and freshmen to come.
West Springfield\'s Mike Spooner and W.T. Woodson\'s Sarah Hadiji will be the individual favorites while the Oakton, Jefferson and West Springfield boys along with the Lake Braddock and Robinson girls are expected to battle for the team titles at the Northern Region Championships to be held at Burke Lake Park this Thursday.
MileStat.com\'s Brandon Miles interviews Northern Region individual champions Mike Spooner of West Springfield and Sarrah Hadiji of W.T. Woodson at the 2006 Northern Region Cross Country Championships held at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia on Thursday, November 2nd.
Video clips from the 2006 Northern Region Meet held at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia on Thursday, November 2nd.
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