Lyles and Holloway, two of the biggest names in high school string it out to the last 10 meters. Who's walking away with the W?
Check out our MileStates recap of the 10 biggest take-aways we had from this historic past week.
For all four of her years at Western Branch, Faith Ross has deservedly earned the reputation of the most versatile female athlete in the state of Virginia.
Lost in the excitement of last weekend's 5A/6A meet was the demolition of a fourteen-year-old VHSL record.
Nobody expected what was about to happen.
Benedict Draghi of Washington-Lee was the first winner at this weekend's 5A/6A state track meet. However, his victory didn't come as easily as expected.
All time great performances, state records, photo finishes, and epic kicks highlight the races from the past week!
MileStat.com had you covered with race videos of every race from all 5 indoor championship meets. Find your races below!
Here are your complete results from all five state championships merged into a single rankings! See where every performance from this weekend ranks here!
Top-50 in every every event from the past week.
Check out all the boys' results from MileStates merged into a single place to see how all these times rank!
US #3 all-time 500 meter performance of 1:11.78 by Lauryn Ghee of Grassfield (VA) at the 2016 VHSL 6A State Championships in Hampton breaking Francena McCorory's previously held state record in the event.
While Kate Murphy has enjoyed great health and success for her junior year (NXN All-American, Millrose Mile champ & 4:41 record), her top competition in Rachel McArthur has had to deal with setback in injuries (both XC and indoor) this year. One of the state's best rivalries from a year ago had been fairly quiet until this 1600 state race with McArthur giving Murphy a great challenge down to the finish line with both timed at 4:51. Both under the 6A meet record.
Future University of Florida teammates Grant Holloway of Grassfield and Josephus Lyles of T.C. Williams went down to the wire in the 6A boys 500 meter dash with Holloway just edging Lyles out by a hundredth of a second in a US leading time of 1:03.35.
MileStates was unbelievable! Nearly every race was so hype and of course fast being that we are in Virginia and it is hands down the best state in the country. Take a look at all these races and vote for which one was the most epic! Choices are in a random order and you can vote up until Tuesday at 5:00pm!
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Watch our video interview above with Grassfield senior Grant Holloway after his incredible final Virginia high school indoor state meet which he broken 3 state meet records in 6A with a US #1 7.14 55 meter hurdles, US #1 1:03.35 500 meter dash, and 24'11" long jump on his first and only attempt of the competition.
Watch an incredible battle between two future college teammates in Grant Holloway and Josephus Lyles go down to a photo finish separated by a hundredth of a second to produce nation's #1 and #2 times in the boys 500.
When three of the top five ranked 55m sprinters in the nation meet at the state finals, things get dirty
Watch the close 1600 battle between of nation's top junior distance runners in Kate Murphy and Rachel McArthur
Watch the 55 meter dash boys finals at the VHSL 6A State Championships with Josephus Lyles winning in a 6.21 clocking over brother Noah Lyles and future University of Florida teammate Grant Holloway.
Too much coverage? We have your condensed highlights version of a recap right here!
Watch the thriller of the girls 4x800 meter relay
Watch day one race videos uploading on-site from the 2016 VHSL Group 6A State Indoor Championships at the Boo Williams Sportsplex.
Another class record for Titiana Marsh.
Check out this and all the video coverage from the field events at 5A and 6A States!
Check out Mary Ann Magnant's extensive photo coverage of the 5A/6A state championship field events on Friday.
How easy or hard has it historically been to win a state title? Check it out for yourself!
The single two greatest days in Virginia track & field start today. As the final cohort of athletes who competed in the AAA state meet take to the track one last time we are going to be reminded of the talent that lies in the state of Virginia across every single event.
What is better than a virtual meet? This is! Check out the scored performance lists for each of these very talented meets.
Check out the much awaited and anticipated 6A State performance list!
Check out how the 6A classification state team titles are slated to play out with only a month remaining in the season.