Things hadn't been going so well for Keith Moffatt and Bonnie Meekins as they neared the end of their final prep track seasons. Yesterday at Sports Backers Stadium, things changed. Moffatt cleared a state-meet record 7 feet, 3 inches in the high jump, and
Alex Tatu, it seems, prefers challenges to championships. The Thomas Dale junior, one of the top prep milers in the country and the state champion indoors at 1,600 meters, has decided to skip his specialty in the Central Region outdoor meet today and tom
Jermaine Gilliam saved his best for last, and Briana Smith won four individual events as Manchester swept the team titles Wednesday in the Dominion District outdoor track meet at Clover Hill High School.
Athletes of the week for the week ending on May 11, 2002, are Bobby Lockhart of John Handley and Lindsay Neuberger of Cox. Lockhart ran the nation's fastest time in the mile at the Southern Track Classic, while Neuberger reaffirmed her dominance in the th
Billy Boulden won both weight events, and J.R. Benton won the triple jump and ran a leg on the winning sprint relay as a well-balanced Benedictine track team captured the State Catholic outdoor championships by more than 90 points Saturday.
Kippy Keino ran unchallenged, and Stewart Ackerly took some challengers down as Fork Union rolled to a fourth consecutive Prep League outdoor track title yesterday at Woodberry Forest.
The Pulaski County girls and Christiansburg boys track teams literally ran away with the team titles in the first annual New River Invitational. The Invitational was brought about by the vision of Coach Kelly of Giles County.
In its first three years of existence, the Southern Track Classic had quickly turned into one the most outstanding elite meets in the mid-Atlantic region. The fourth edition of the STC held on Friday night at Dinwiddie (VA) High School further enhanced
Well the field is set and excitement is mounting in anticipation for the meet that has become the pride and joy of our state in just it's short three year existence, the Southern Track Classic. Meet director, Dan Ward, has done an excellent job at not onl
Thirty-four events. Twenty-four current state leaders. Seven national champions indoors. Finals only, under the lights.
Southern Track Classic Meet Director Dan Ward's insight into this year's Southern Track Classic.
Athletes of the week for the week ending on May 4, 2002, are Sherrod Lewis of Patrick Henry and Shylan Bumbrey of James Monroe. Lewis had an amazing triple win at the Caroline Invitational, while Bumbrey ran only one race at the T.C. Williams Invitational
When people think Oakton, they usually think of their great distance runners like Phil Gaeta and Keira Carlstrom. However, that is beginning to change with the emergence of Bonnie Meekins as one of the nation\'s top high jumpers this past indoor track sea
Athletes of the week for the week ending on April 27, 2002, are Richard Smith of South Lakes and Jennifer Boyd of Hickory. While Smith ran some smoking splits at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, Boyd put forth one incredible distance double back in Virgin
The 2002 Gar-Field Invitational is shaping up to be a hotly contested meet with some top athletes in the state expected to come, especially in the field events and sprints. The meet has gathered teams from within the host school's district and region as w