Lost in the shuffle of some magnificent performances among the young men and women within the 5A and 6A classifications was a solid group effort by the boys' sprinters from Potomac High in Dumfries.
In the day's first event, the 6A boys shot put, Washington-Lee once again was the first team to put its stamp on the victors' podium.
Hannah Waller is fairly new to track, but it hasn't taken her long to make waves on the national level.
MileStates was huge! Not only were there new state leading marks but even US#1 marks as well. Here is your chance to vote until Friday evening for who had the best performance of the state meet.
It would be hard to find fault with T.C. Williams junior Nyla Ward for scratching on all three of her attempts in the 6A long jump. After all, there haven't been many opportunities this indoor season to jump in a real pit.
Here are the individuals that MileStat has named athlete and field event athletes of the meet for their state meet.
Watch this race and all the races from States here.
Check out all the photo galleries from the state championships right here.
Here are all the nationally elite performances from the first day of competition.
Your mega preview for the 5A and 6A State Championships this weekend.
Check out all the virtual meets for this week's state championships right here.
MileSplit is excited to announce the streaming of the VHSL 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A State Championships live on the MileSplit network.
Fifteen events over five classifications will decide the biggest winners in our sport this season.
There are two big storylines surrounding Hannah Waller as she heads into states.
There is not denying that Western Branch is in the midst of a dynasty like our sport as never seen.