It's only 4 more weeks until districts and 6 until "States". It's starting to heat up in each and every event. Now you're seeing who are the favorites coming into the state meet.
Last summer there was little doubt in most people\'s minds who was going to be Florida\'s topmale distance runner: not Deak, Rolf, Hassen, nor Vazquez. The season favorite to lead Florida\'s new distance revolution and to be a Footlocker contender was
First of all, Derrick Robbins of Denbigh High School is without question the finest freshman distance runner in the in the state of Virginia, and one of the best in the nation. When comparing groups of athletes one must be careful in how the analysis is d
The Dogwood Track Classic was a very hyped up meet this year and it lived up to its billing and then some as the meet was filled with great depths of fast times and great performances.
As the final entries are coming in for the Southern Track Classic, it is obvious why this meet has becoming "the meet" of Virginia by just glancing over the list of those who have decided to come to Dinwiddie High School on May 10th and show what they are
Athletes of the week for the week ending on April 20, 2002, are Deandre Hyman of Deep Creek and Leslie Treherne of Western Branch. Each athlete had outstanding performances leading their squads to dominating team wins at the Gus Lacy Track Classic held at
While usually most of state's best athletes head off this particular weekend in April to the prestigous Penn Relays to compete against some of the nation's best, many are staying put to compete at what is building up to a be a pretty big meet itself in Vi
Possible thunderstorms and lightning loomed in the distance throughout much of the day, but those storms never came as the Gus Lacy Track Classic was blessed with excellent race conditions as it gave way to many outstanding performances.
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Xavier Carter had a record setting day at the Taco Bell Classic in South Carolina. He won both the 100m and 200m races.
Gar-Field put together almost equally solid performances on both the boys and girls side to capture the team championship at the Fifth Annual Allen Johnson Invitational held at Lake Braddock this past Saturday.
When Fred Hardy and Winston Brown first saw the newly renovated track facility at Fork Union they knew they had to come up with something worthy of it. They also knew that they had to do something unique in order to attract quality teams. Thus, the Gus La
Athletes of the week for the week ending on April 6, 2002, are Derrick Robbins of Denbigh and Lauren Taylor of Western Branch. Each athlete had outstanding performances in a meet filled with them at the CNU Captain's Classic.
The third annual Gus Lacy Track Classic set for this Saturday has a loaded field and spectators can expect an assault on the record book. With Deep Creek and Atlee entered expect a great team battle in the Boys
Through thunder storms and rain, over twenty meet records were set at the 2002 Eye of the Tiger Invitational in Gainesville, Florida.
e rain showers did not dampen the enthusiasm or the competition in the inaugural South West Track and Field Invitational at Radford University. The William Fleming boys and the Cave Spring girls took the team championships in impressive fashion.
The second largest field ever, with 29 schools entered, will be in attendance at the Twelfth Annual Mike Scudieri Team Challenge to be held at West Potomac this Saturday.
Alabama\'s top prep track recruit, Oak Mountain senior Scott Fuqua, announced today that he will be joining the top collegiate athletic department in the United States at Stanford University.
The individual entries were announced recently to this year's prestigous Penn Relays. Many of Virginia's best were accepted to compete in the meet.
Athletes of the week for the week ending on April 6, 2002, are Quentin Bowens of Heritage and Keira Carlstrom of Oakton. Each athlete had outstanding performances down in Alabama at the Mobile Meet of Champions against some of the nation's best.
In the Girls 3200 meter run Friday night, Valerie Lauver of Allen High School showed just how strong she was by destroying a highly stacked field. After running a blistering 5:12 for the first mile, Lauver was able to separate herself from Landra Stewards
Richard Smith of South Lakes, Robinson's Steve Huntzinger, Fatima Shuler of Wakefield and Oakton's Bonnie Meekins were the recipients of the outstanding performer awards to highlight the Third Annual Seahawk Invitational held at South Lakes High School th
The Third Annual Seahawk Invitational to be held at South Lakes High School this Saturday promises to be the biggest and best ever with over 1,200 athletes representing more than 30 schools scheduled to participate.
Athletes of the week for the week ending on March 30, 2002, are Bryce Ruiz of Jamestown and Ginna Ellis of Norfolk Academy. Each athlete had outstanding opening performances for their outdoor track season at the Conn Madden Relays in Newport News.
The Mobile Meet of Champions in Alabama has always provided an excellent early season meet for many of the nation's best to come and compete in. For this year's meet, some of Virginia's best have also decided to make the trip down to the Deep South and co
The four day relay meet was filled with great high school and college races. We were on site Saturday afternoon to capture some of the action including the High School Invitational races.
Every April, the top high school track athletes from across the nation come together in Austin, Texas to put on what some people call,
As the state of Virginia is just getting underway in the outdoor track season, there are many things that are wide open. However when the question of who is the top female distance runner in the state pops up, few can argue for a different answer other th