Virtual meet cross country rankings for all 8 conferences (#33-40) in the Group 2A classification which generates team scoring based off season best 5K times in the database. With a season best time of 16:38 from his 25th place finish at the Knights Crossing Invitational last month, Alex Kearney leads his Robert E. Lee squad as the current team favorites in his conference (#36). Kearney was a state qualifier last year in both indoors and outdoors at 1600 meters as well as cross country in Group AA (in the old 3 class system) out of Region III and hopes to compete for his first All-State honor this fall at Great Meadow in the new 2A (out of 6 classes).
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The Louisa County boys and Blacksburg girls were the top programs in Group AA for much of the indoor season and seem to have remained ontop of the classification this spring as favorites in the upcoming Group AA State Championships in Harrisonburg. In the latest MileStat.com team rankings based on scoring the database's event rankings this season as a meet, Louisa County boys hold a cushion on a handful of teams capable of scoring anywhere from 30 to 40 points in state competition, while two familar River Ridge rivals hold the top two rankings for girls between Blacksburg and Hidden Valley. Region III squads Robert E. Lee and E.C. Glass should also be in the mix.
Group AA outdoor track & field team rankings as of April 13th. The Robert E. Lee girls and Louisa County boys hold the early season top ranking in the classification. These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet.We took the individual rankings and relay rankings and scored them as a normal meet: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1. Only includes meet results which we have received and entered in our database.
Photo by John Herzog Robert E. Lee’s Karissa Jenkins could have a million excuses as to why her season could be going bad, but instead she has a million answers to why her season is going exceptionally well. Her self-discipline and perseverance is allowing her to excel as a track athlete. Jenkins has showed nothing but dominance this indoor season. At the Southern Valley District meet, Jenkins set three meet records and one school record, with victories in the 55-meter dash, 55-meter hurdles, the triple jump and long jump. She has posted some impressive times and marks this season, including a 7.43 in the dash, 8.43 in the hurdles, 18-1 in the long jump and 38-2 in the triple.