Here are the individuals that MileStat has named athlete and field event athletes of the meet for their state meet.
Pope Paul VI's Bridget Fitzsimon is going for a historic fifth and sixth state title this weekend.
Anyone that follows VISAA or Saint Catherine's probably knows two big names.
Troy is entered in the shot put competition where he holds a strong lead over the competition with his season best 57-7 mark. That ranks him VA #3 overall and leads the VISAA competition by 11'1".
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Some athletes like to save the best for last and that was exactly what Bishop O'Connell junior, Max Greczyn did this weekend VISAA States.
Sometimes you put everything together into just one race, everything feels great and then the gun goes off. The rest is history.
Saint Christopher senior Harrison Rice made the most of his final time competing indoors at his home track.
The Cadets from Fork Union Military Academy scored a big 125 points to win the VISAA State Indoor Team title for the first time since 2013.
Saint Catherine's looks unstoppable. Could someone upset them for the team title this weekend or is the battle for second? Check out the rankings for every event and the virtual team scores here.
Helping make it a sophomore sweep at the VISAA State Championships this past weekend was St.Chris' Ian Smith.
There are two dark horses though in this race for the best 4x200 and they are Episcopal and St. Stephen's School.
Up first for the State Season will be the VISAA Indoor Championships this weekend at St. Christopher's School in Richmond.
It looks like we are in store for another nail-biter this weekend at St. Chris for the VISAA State Championships. Here are the boys' virtual rankings and team scores.
One of the, if not the, most impressive performances from the 2018 VISAA State Championships came from Bridget Fitzsimon.
On Saint Christopher's track, known for great jump performances, we will get to see a battle on the runway that could take over the national rankings.
For those that say track is an individual sport, you should check out what Episcopal did this past weekend at the VISAA State Track Championships.
VES Sophomore Dan O'Brien certainly made a strong case for himself this weekend. Not only did he win the 1600m state title but he also won the 3200 title as well.
Troy Yearwood certainly lived up to his big name and seed. He not only won the VISAA State title with his 55-7 mark but he won the event by nearly 10 feet. Second place was Brett Oney threw 45-7.5.
Check out the state performance list here.
Watch this race and more from the VISAA State Championships.
Check out the full results from States right here.
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