This year's AAA state meet looks to once again showcase Virginia as one the premeir states in the nation with the usual array of top individual talent on hand and exciting battles for the team titles also expected.
Heading into this Saturday's Group AA State Meet, it looks to many as up in the air who will be the favorite in many events as well as in the team battles to make for one very exciting meet. However, a couple of teams and individuals have made it clear th
A time schedule to the 2002 VHSL State Meet this Friday and Saturday at George Mason's Field House in Fairfax, Virginia.
Controversy is found heading into states, with runners from the Northern region (run at George Mason, the location of the state meet) and Eastern region (run at CNU) receiving a clear advantage over the athletes from the Central region (Arthur Ashe) and N
Millrose Games miler Kippy Keino went three-for-three to lead host Fork Union to the Prep League indoor track title Saturday at the Estes Athletic Center. In the League of Independent Schools meet, young multi-event talent Katie Doswell was the difference
As competition begins Friday afternoon in the Central Region Indoor Track & Field Championships, most of the big guns in the region will be aiming for the 25 event finals scheduled for Saturday at the Arthur Ashe Center. And in a two-day competition that
St. Catherine's girls look to count on distance squad once again in hopes of earning their fourth straight League of Independent Schools title.
This years Northwest Regional meet looks to be a rematch of the Cardinal District meet for the boys title, with Gar-field and Woodbridge leading the way. Colonial Forge, coming off a strong win in the Commonwealth District, could also make a run for the
If any team comes into the Central Region Meet with the best all-around depth, it has to be Coach Jim Triemplar's Atlee Raiders on both the boys and girls side. Whether it is field events, running events, or relay events, Atlee has at least someone in con
Alan Webb is human after all. Webb, the high school mile record holder and South Lakes alum, has had a nagging achilles tendonitis injury which has not allowed him to compete in any races this track season in his freshman year at the University of Michiga
With all the changes that's being made with Single A it's been hard to get info on the right people and teams. But no doubt I still have info on a girl who might take it all this year in the 800m and 1600m, and that girl is Shylan Bumbrey from James Monr
He hasn't made his mark with high-flying dunks, but L.C. Bird senior Jim Tiller has sent many a shot put and discus into orbit. Just call him "Air Tiller"
MileStat.com got some nice publicity recently with an article from the Richmond Times Dispatch as Clover Hill High School runner Katie Raney wrote an article on the site and site creator, Brandon Miles.
Show what your team is made of in the MileStat.com's Cici's Pizza Eating Team Contest.
In a meet loaded with fast distance runners, John Piersol, Matt Wolak and Julia Siegel put on a show. All three set meet records - Piersol got two - but in Saturday
Not since 1995 has a team other than Atlee won a boys or girls Capital District indoor track team title. And despite the performance of a small group of Armstrong girls, the pattern of Raiders dominance wasn
Meet officials experimented briefly with a novel method for scoring the Central District indoor track championships Thursday at the Ashe Center, listing the boys and girls point tallies combined. Though the error was soon corrected, co-ed scoring would h
We asked our visitors which of Florida's top milers (if any) they believed would go below 4:10 this outdoor season. The overwhelming favorite was Rolf Steier, followed by Matt Cianciulli, and Ryan Deak.
Many can agree that so far it looks like Patrick Henry's senior Micheal Buchanan, Alta Vista's senior Jessie Dalton, and Page's sophomore Todd Somers looks to be the heavy favorites to win the 3200m in 2002.
Six straight district championships and a 50-point lead toward No. 7 should have ended the drama Wednesday at the Arthur Ashe Center. Only someone forgot to tell the girls from James River. The Midlothian boys, similarly deep in the longer races, had muc
A decent number of Virginia's best will be flying out to compete in the first annual adidas Midwest Indoor Track Classic.
The rematch is set between Bobby Lockhart and Tim Moore as they renew their epic battle from Foot Locker Nationals at the U.S. Winter Nationals.
Sean and John Jefferson are beginning to become national collegiate standouts. Last Friday John set a time of 4:02.37 in the 1600, provisionally qualifying him for Indoor Nationals. We catch up with John in a phone interview about running, college life,
It looks the girls side this year at states is going to be more exciting than the boys as it seems to be a battle between two teams: Sussex and Brentsville.
If you try to look up the word \"state champion\" in the dictionary, don\'t be surprised if you see Shannon Saunders next to the word.
The Florida track season kicked off unofficially at the two-day Lake Mary Games, near Orlando. High schoolers competed on Friday, while middle school races were on Saturday.
Photos from day one high school events at Lake Mary Games, near Orlando.
Photos from day two middle school events at Lake Mary Games, near Orlando.
Thomas Dale junior Alex Tatu Tatu comes up just short for win as he takes runner-up honors in Milrose Mile. Kippy Keino finishes a respectable 8th.