Wednesday afternoon is going to be one of the most exciting and interesting ends to a state meet ever. Not only are the team title battles close but three of the four titles are very much up for grabs. These battles and remaining events are so close in fact that we are going to break it down for you to give some real insight into potentially #WhoWonStates.
Here are all the girls' state performances merged into a single rankings!
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - At 12:05pm the VHSL office and director of the track & field championships confirmed that the 3A4A State Outdoor Championship will be resumed Wednesday at 2:30pm at Harrisonburg High School.
Here are the merged boys results from states this weekend.
Check out over 3,000 photos taken by Jon Fleming from the 2016 VHSL Group 3A/4A State Outdoor Championships!
Watch the races from day 1 and day 2 that were completed at the 2016 VHSL Group 3A/4A State Championships before the meet was cancelled due to weather.
Nearly everyone in track nation's heart sank at around 6:00pm Saturday afternoon when it was announced that the VHSL Group 3A and 4A State Meets would be cancelled through all completed events.
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Watch the Fauquier boys run a state leading time of 7:46.43 in the 4x800 meter relay for the 4A state title at Harrisonburg High School on Friday night as well as rest of day 1 race videos from 3A/4A state meet.
Meet the teams who are competing for ultimate bragging rights!
As results are posted this list will update with the top 10 results from all the state meets merged into one.
Sometimes reclassifications make things very interesting and other times it makes things quite lop-sided. This year was definitely a different year for 3A as former Eastern Region teams Phoebus and I.C. Norcom dropped down from 4A to 3A and introduced the former AA schools to what type of speed it takes to even perform well at a Peninsula District Meet!
There are a lot of superstars in our state, so many in fact that a lot of stars get over looked. States though is always the time for athletes like that to rise to the occasion and show what they are made of. Here are ten athletes who in nearly any other state would be a superstar but in VA you may have not heard of them... yet.
The real excitement though has to be with Drew Hunter entered in the 800, 3200, and as a very likely leg on the 4x800. This will arguably be his final race as a high schooler and definitely his last race in Virginia probably for at least a decade.