States
Virginia 2003 indoor

AAA State Meet

Feb 28 - Mar 1 at George Mason University, Fairfax VA

Deep Creek boys, Menchville girls
take remarkable paths to team titles

Faraign Giles 1:13.32 US#7 all time (Leslie Treherne 1:13.92 US#13 all time). Derron Flood, Anthony Easter US#1-2 in 500. Alex Tatu doubles, 2:28.45 US#1 1000 one hour after negative split 4:23.80 1600. John Bailey doubles LJ/TJ. Easy distance double by Jennifer Boyd.


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Winners Table - click on event for photos and details. Many more action photos are coming.

BOYS GIRLS

55m: Joe Robinson, Potomac 6.32
300: John Hyman, Deep Creek 35.28
500: Derron Flood, Deep Creek 1:04.09 improved on his US#1 time and needed every inch to outkick Atlee sr Anthony Easter 1:04.36, who took the lead with 200 meters to go and finished as the second fastest in the US this year.
1000: Alex Tatu, Thomas Dale 2:28.45, wire to wire, never in doubt. Desmond Perkins, Deep Creek 2:30.59 US#6
1600: Alex Tatu, Thomas Dale 4:23.80 (2:19, 2:04 splits). After a very slow first half, Tatu sprinted away easily from the pack.
3200: Keith Bechtol, Thomas Jefferson 9:22.84
55H: Terry Thornton, Petersburg 7.38
HJ: Jerome Miller, Colonial Forge 6-8
LJ: John Bailey, Colonial Heights 22-11.75
TJ: John Bailey, Colonial Heights 46-3.5
PV: Brian Webb, Great Bridge 15-4
SP: Steve Huntzinger, J. W. Robinson 60-8.75
4x200: Bayside 1:31.02 (top seeded US#6 Deep Creek botched an exchange and was DQ'd).
4x400: Lake Braddock 3:23.24. Top seeded Deep Creek did not finish after anchor Derron Flood pulled a hamstring on the first turn while trying to come from behind.

4x800: West Springfield 7:51.96 MR US#2

55m: Tosin Oluwole, Western Branch 7.12
300: Francena McCorory, Bethel 39.98.
500: Faraign Giles, Tallwood 1:13.32 US#7 all time and US#2 this season (Leslie Treherne 1:13.92 US#4).
1000: Huma Husain, West Springfield 2:57.79, regaining the lead from Selina Sekulic in the home stretch.
1600: Jennifer Boyd, Hickory 4:55.80, all Boyd.
3200: Jennifer Boyd, Hickory 10:51.03
55H: Yvette Lewis, Menchville 8.19
HJ: Ashley Haislip, Lake Braddock 5-4
LJ: Amy Seward, Salem 18-10.75
TJ: Yvette Lewis, Menchville 41-4.75
PV: Kathryn Pettine, Westfield 11-4
SP: Tiffany Evans, Gar-Field 45-8 US#3
4x200: Bethel 1:41.96, with a great anchor from freshman Francena McCorory after Leslie Treherne's 3rd leg put Western Branch 1:42.28 in the lead.
4x400: Tallwood 3:57.74
4X800: Kellam 9:22.32 US#4

by John Dye

Deep Creek suffered a shutout in its strength, the 4x200 and 4x400 relays, and still won by 3 points.
Menchville rode the amazing 6-event virtuosity of Yvette Lewis -- she won two firsts, three seconds, and one fifth for 48 of Menchville's 61 points.
Deep Creek was weakened in the relays by the absence of Travis Stallings, who was left home for disciplinary reasons. A botched exchange caused a DQ in the 4x200, and they did not finish the 4x400 when star anchor Derron Flood pulled a hamstring pressing to come from behind. Deep Creek showed its depth by getting more points than expected in the 300, won by John Hyman, and the 1000, where Desmond Perkins ran a 4.5 second PR and got second place with the 6th fastest time in the US this season. Asked if he would have thought Deep Creek could win with zero instead of 20 points in the relays, Coach Richard Cox said, "No way. Of all the events, these were the two I felt most confident of." Cox said Stallings would be back on the team at NSIC in New York, where Deep Creek set the national record last year in the 4x200. He was not so sure about the team's ace, Derron Flood, who is the national leader at 500 meters. Flood was limping around with an ice pack on his thigh after the meet. He said he tried to go out too fast the first 50 yards because he got the baton in third place.
No one seemed surprised by Lewis' "heptathlon" success. After 5 races and 15 jumps, Yvette Lewis said, "I feel good." Her field events coach, Natalie Pierce, said, "She's been doing this all year." Her mother, Lorna Dowlin, said, "She gets upset when she isn't this busy."

Relays were a dangerous place at the Virginia AAA State Meet
In the 4x800, Midlothian's Brandon Miles, who doesn't usually run this event, hit the wall 2 steps too soon. He fell to the track, hitting his face, but hanging on to the baton, so Midlothian's US#4 team salvaged second place. When he isn't running, Miles is publisher of MileStat.com, the Virginia site.
Virginia AAA State Meet
In the 4x400, heavily favored Deep Creek was in third place after three legs. Deep Creek anchor Derron Flood, who had already won the 500 in US#1 time, flew into the first turn determined to get the lead immediately. He heard something pop and crashed to the track holding his left leg. He was helped off with a very sore hamstring.

 

Yvette Lewis wins 55H in 8.19, one of her six events of the day (55m 55H, 300, HJ, LJ, TJ)
Jeff Day's 1:55.0 anchor finished West Springfield's 7:51.96 4x800, second fastest in the US this season..
Kellam 922.32 US#4 led from beginning to end in the 4x800, with 2nd leg Kelley Taylor carrying the baton here.

Steve Huntzinger, the nation's leading shot putter, won his specialty at 60-8.75

John Bailey doubled in the long and triple jumps.

 

Joe Robinson, US#1 at 55 meters at 6.26, won his specialty in 6.32

Francena McCorory, Bethel freshman, anchored a come from behind 4x200 win and later won the 300 in 39.98.
Alex Tatu doubled one hour apart in the 1600 and 1000
Jennifer Boyd breezed to a 1600/3200 double without being pressed

Eastern region dominates

by Pearl Watts

Form does not always hold true in track and field but certainly did this
past Saturday as the Eastern Region put forth a dominating performance at the
AAA championships at the GMU Fieldhouse. In a couple of early season meets in
December, the CNU Showcase in Newport News and the Metro Run and Walk
Invitational in Prince George's MD, teams from the Tidewater area sent an
early season message with particularly strong showings.

Their potential held throughout the less than wonderful winter weather that
engulfed the state as Eastern Region schools took the top four and seven of
the first nine team spots on the girls side and the Deep Creek boys were able
to survive two serious mishaps in relay events to defend their title.

The girls team title went to Menchville as senior Yvette Lewis put on one
of the most impressive performances in state meet history, outscoring all the
other girls teams by herself in racking up 48 of the Monarchs' 61 team
winning points. Peninsula District rival Bethel was second to Menchville with
47 points followed by Beach District schools Western Branch (39) and Salem
(35.5). Northern Region champion Lake Braddock was the top area school in
fifth place at 35.5 points with South Lakes tieing Hickory for sixth place
with 26 points. The Eastern Region then took the next two spots with Tallwood
(24) and Kellam (23) while Northwest Region co-champ Gar-Field rounded out
the top ten with 21 points.

Lewis of Menchville recorded her outstanding total of 48 points by winning
the 55 meter hurdles in 8.19 seconds to just edge her senior teammate Jelyn
Quick's 8.20 and also winning the triple jump at 41 feet, 4.75 inches, which
currently ranks her as the number three performer in the nation. Lewis also
took home three second place medals in the 55 dash (7.19), high jump (5-4)
and the long jump (18-5.75) with senior Amy Seward of Salem (18-10.75)
winning that event for the third year in a row.

Lewis also finished fifth in the 300 dash (41.50) to finalize her 48 points
in team scoring at the state meet which is through eight places on a
10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis. Also, the state of Virginia is one of the few states
in the country which does not go by National Federation rules which allow an
athlete to compete in four events; whether they are all running events, all
field events, or a combination thereof. Instead, Virginia allows for a
maximum of three running events (only two if the other event is the 3,200
run) but an unlimited number of field events.

Defending girls state team champion Lake Braddock once again received
strong performances in the field events to gain their fifth place finish as
sophomore Ashley Haislip won the girls high jump at 5-4, senior Kathleen
Muehleib was second in the shot put (40-7.5) and senior Cristina Zuniga fifth
in the pole vault (10-0).

South Lakes was led by senior Adrienne Mayo, who had a hand in 15 of the
Seahawks' points with a third place in the long jump (18-0.5), fourth in the
triple jump (37-7.75) and Mayo also ran a leg on the fifth place 4x200 relay
for South Lakes.

Gar-Field's top performer was senior Tiffany Evans, who won the shot put by
over five feet with a seasonal best of 45-8 to currently rank third in the
nation in that event. There were two other area winners as Westfield senior
Kathryn Pettine set a new state meet record in the pole vault with a personal
best effort of 11-4 and West Springfield senior Huma Husain came from behind
in the last 50 meters to win the 1,000 run in a personal best of 2:57.79 with
Herndon junior Heather Fisher coming on strong at the end to nab second place
(2:58.53). Husain also recorded the fastest split of the day in the 4x800
relay of 2:15.9 to help the Spartans to second place (9:29.91) with pre-race
favorite Kellam solid throughout on all four legs in winning with a time of
9:22.32.

Other top performances were turned in by Jennifer Boyd of Hickory, who
easily vanquished the fields in both the 1,600 (4:55.80) and 3,200 (10:51.03)
runs and by Tallwood junior Faraign Giles and Western Branch senior Leslie
Treherne in the 500 dash. In one of the most exciting races of the day,
Treherne was out extremely fast and hit the 300 meter mark at 42.0 with a
comfortable lead. Treherne still held the lead coming off the final turn of
GMU's 200 meter unbanked track but Giles was closing. Giles finally overtook
Treherne 20 meters from the finish to win in 1:13.32 to move to number seven
all time nationally in the event while Treherne's second place time of
1:13.92 put her number 13 all time in the 500 dash.

Other top local performances were turned in by Gar-Field's Afua Amponsah
who fell after crashing the final hurdle in the 55 hurdle trials and failed
to qualify for the finals after coming in as the top seed, but came back to
claim third in the 55 dash (7.24) and fourth in the 300 dash (41.40) and
Forest Park's Beth Fahey was second in the 3,200 run (11:10.50) with
Yorktown's Katie Read third (11:23.32).

On the boys side, defending indoor and outdoor state champion Deep Creek
survived a botched handoff in the 4x200 relay and did not finish the 4x400
relay, events in which they were the top seeded squads coming in with a
potential total of 20 points, and still were deep enough to take the title
with 34 points.

Deep Creek stayed afloat on the strength of Derron Flood's win in the 500
dash (1:04.09) with Atlee's Anthony Easter second in 1:04.36 as they posted
the top two times in the nation in their race along with Deep Creek's Desmond
Perkins coming in as the seventh seed in the 1,000 run and responding with a
clutch second place finish (2:30.59); top seeded John Hyman coming on late to
capture the 300 dash (35.28) and Antwain Carey's fourth place in the 55 dash
(6.47).

Great Bridge was second with 31 points mainly on their field event prowess
as they got 18 points by going one-two in the pole vault with senior Brian
Webb (15-4) and junior Daniel Brennan (14-6) and scored their other 13 points
in the shot put led by senior James Nixon's runnerup finish (55-10.5).
Thomas Dale and Colonial Forge tied for third place with each scoring 28
points. Distance ace Alex Tatu provided the bulk of the points for Thomas
Dale in easily winning the 1,600 run at 4:23.80 after just a 2:19 opening 800
meters and Tatu came back an hour later to win the 1,000 in a nation leading
time of 2:28.45. Colonial Forge was led by junior twins Jerome Miller and
Jason Miller as they combined for 20 points keyed by Jerome's win in the high
jump at 6-8 and a very good effort at 6-10.

The top Northern Virginia finishers were Lake Braddock and Jefferson as they tied for
fifth with 25 points apiece. Lake Braddock's Craig Gallimore equaled his
personal best in the 55 hurdles at 7.41 to finish second to Petersburg senior
Terry Thornton (7.38) and Gallimore anchored the squad which included Dan
Wilson, Gilbert Elston and Shawn Harrison to victory in the 4x400 relay
(3:23.24) with the Northern Region sweeping the top three spots as T.C.
Williams was second (3:24.33) and Westfield third (3:24.62).

Jefferson, the current AAA cross country team champions, have kept up the
distance prowess on the track as they scored 21 points in the 3,200 run with
senior Keith Bechtol the winner in a very evenly paced 9:22.84; junior
Christo Landry surviving a fall midway in the race in which he got back on
his feet in seventh place and moved up to ultimately finish second (9:25.46)
and junior Chris Mocko added a sixth place (9:41.91).

There was just one state meet record broken on the boys side and it was in
the 4x800 relay as the West Springfield senior quartet of Tim Kwak, Joe
McMahon, John Cook (1:56.8 split) and anchor Jeff Day (1:55.0) took almost
four seconds off the 1999 record set by T.C.Williams to win in what is
currently the second fastest time in the country at 7:51.96.

There were two other local winning performances turned in by pre-meet
favorites as Robinson's Steve Huntzinger won his second consecutive shot put
title, this time by almost five feet at 60-8.75 and Potomac's Joe Robinson,
the national leader in the 55 dash at 6.26, who won his specialty this past
Saturday at 6.32.

There were also solid state field event marks turned in by Madison's Justin
Loda in the pole vault (3rd; 14-0), Langley's Nick Crumpton was third in the
triple jump (45-8.25) and Reynold Smith of Forest Park was runnerup in the
triple jump (45-9.75) and third in the long jump (22-6.25) with John Bailey
of Colonial Heights the winner of both horizontal jumps (22-11.75; 46-3.5).
On the track, Gar-Field's Darren Garrigan was third in the 55 dash (6.42),
as were Oakton junior Kris Cruz in the 1,600 run (4:26.96) and Steve Hoogland
in the 3,200 run (9:27.01) while Herndon senior Steve Gillard placed third in
the 500 dash (1:05.82) and second in the 300 dash (35.37) and Marshall junior
Anthony Weaver stepped it up a notch to finish third in the 300 dash (35.46)
and fifth in the 500 (1:06.03).

DyeStat Elite Performances - marks qualifying for DyeStat Elite national rankings

Boys - Girls

Boys

Event Mark By Pos
B-55 6.32 Robinson, Joe, 2004, Potomac VA 1
B-55 6.36 Madison, Isaac, 2003, Bayside VA 2
B-55 6.42 Garrigan, Darren, 2003, Gar-Field VA 3
B-55 6.47 Carey, Antwain, 2004, Deep Creek VA 4
B-55 6.48 Ross, Joe, 2003, Phoebus VA 5
B-55 6.48 p Bates, Derrick, 2004, Bethel VA 6
B-300 35.28 Hyman, John, 2004, Deep Creek VA 1
B-300 35.37 Gillard, Steve, 2003, Herndon VA 2
B-300 35.46 Weaver, Anthony, 2004, G. Marshall VA 3
B-300 35.5 Williams, Ray, 2003, Varina 4
B-300 35.62 Deshazo, Jackie, 2003, Atlee VA 5
B-300 35.8 Ross, Joe, 2003, Phoebus VA 6
B-300 35.92 Frierson, James, 2003, Highland Springs VA 7
B-300 35.93 Burton, Terrance, 2003, Oscar Smith VA 8
B-300 35.95 Carey, Antwain, 2004, Deep Creek VA 9
B-300 35.96 Faltz, Nick, 2005, Brooke Point VA 10
B-300 36.07 Tyus, Marcus, 2003, Hayfield VA 11
B-500 1:04.09 Flood, Derron, 2003, Deep Creek VA 1
B-500 1:04.36 Easter, Anthony, 2003, Atlee VA 2
B-500 1:05.82 Gillard, Steve, 2003, Herndon VA 3
B-500 1:05.85 Nunn, Timothy, 2003, T.C. Williams VA 4
B-500 1:06.03 Weaver, Anthony, 2004, G. Marshall VA 5
B-500 1:06.16 Kyei-Mensah, Kennedy, 2003, T.C. Williams VA 6
B-500 1:07.3 Hock, Tyler, 2004, Monacan 7
B-500 1:07.33 Johnson, Jacob, 2003, Bayside VA 9
B-500 1:07.33 Elston, Gilbert, 2003, Lake Braddock VA 8
B-500 1:07.35 Joyce, Eric, 2003, Patrick Henry Rich VA 10
B-500 1:07.4 Bolden, Ross, 2003, Albemarle VA 11
B-500 1:07.51 Courson, Chris, 2004, Westfield VA 12
B-500 1:07.6 Carew, Adrian, 2003, W. Potomac VA 13
B-500 1:07.94 Jackson, Terry, 2004, Gar-Field VA 14
B-500 1:07.96 Simpkins, Krista, 2005, Wissahickon PA 15
B-1000 2:25.83 Stark, Tim, 2003, Woodbridge VA 9
B-1000 2:28.45 Tatu, Alex, 2003, Thomas Dale VA 1
B-1000 2:30.59 Perkins, Desmond, 2003, Deep Creek VA 2
B-1000 2:31.94 Robbins, Derrick, 2005, Denbigh VA 3
B-1000 2:32.7 Leyh, Sean, 2003, Colonial Forge VA 4
B-1000 2:34.42 Baker, Andrew, 2003, Midlothian VA 5
B-1000 2:35.08 Cook, John, 2003, W. Springfield VA 6
B-1000 2:35.41 Amatu, Tona, 2004, Warwick VA 7
B-1000 2:35.62 Vick, Duncan, 2003, Douglas Freeman VA 8
B-2Mile 9:26.24 c Bechtol, Keith, 2003, T. Jefferson Alex VA 1
B-2Mile 9:29.86 c Landry, Christo, 2004, Jefferson Alex VA 2
B-2Mile 9:30.414 c Hoogland, Steve, 2003, Lake Braddock VA 3
B-2Mile 9:31.18 c Mix, Hari, 2004, Charlottesville VA 4
B-55H 7.38 Thornton, Terry, 2003, Petersburg VA 1
B-55H 7.41 Gallimore, Craig, 2003, Lake Braddock VA 2
B-55H 7.54 Porter, Dwight, 2003, Menchville VA 3
B-55H 7.59 p Seaborn, Aaron, , Lakeland VA 4
B-55H 7.68 p Doles, Denero, 2003, Heritage VA 6
B-55H 7.7 Higgins, Xaviere, 2004, Nansemond VA 5
B-HJ 6' 8 Miller, Jerome, 2004, Colonial Forge VA 1
B-HJ 6' 6 Richardson, Everett, 2003, Lakeland VA 2
B-HJ 6' 6 Starks, Lonnie, 2003, Warwick 3
B-HJ 6' 4 Miller, Jason, 2004, Colonial Forge VA 4
B-HJ 6' 4 Brooks, Montrell, 2004, JFK VA 5
B-LJ 22' 11.75 Bailey, John, 2003, Colonial Hts VA 1
B-LJ 22' 10.5 Boone, Dennis, 2005, Thomas Dale VA 2
B-LJ 22' 6.25 Smith, Reynold, 2003, Forest Park VA 3
B-LJ 22' 3.5 Wright, Curtis, 2003, W. Potomac VA 4
B-TJ 46' 3.5 Bailey, John, 2003, Colonial Hts VA 1
B-TJ 45' 9.75 Smith, Reynold, 2003, Forest Park VA 2
B-TJ 45' 8.25 Crumpton, Nick, 2003, Langley VA 3
B-TJ 45' 6.25 Hewlett, Alton, 2003, Meadowbrook VA 4
B-TJ 45' 4 Wright, Curtis, 2003, W. Potomac VA 5
B-TJ 44' 5.5 Miller, Jason, 2004, Colonial Forge VA 6
B-PV 15' 4 Webb, Brian, 2003, Great Bridge VA 1
B-PV 14' 6 Brennan, Daniel, 2004, Great Bridge VA 2
B-SP 60' 8.75 Huntzinger, Steve, 2003, Robinson Ffx VA 1
B-SP 55' 10.5 Nixon, James, 2003, Great Bridge VA 2
B-SP 54' 5 Mitchell, Khalif, , First Colonial VA 3
B-4x200 1:31.02 Boys Relay, , Bayside VA 1
B-4x200 1:31.74 Boys Relay, , Phoebus VA 2
B-4x200 1:32.22 Boys Relay, , Washington-Lee VA 3
B-4x200 1:32.24 Boys Relay, , Atlee VA 4
B-4x200 1:32.54 Boys Relay, , Garfield VA 5
B-4x200 1:32.95 Boys Relay, , Hayfield VA 6
B-4x400 3:23.24 Boys Relay, , Lake Braddock VA 1
B-4x400 3:24.33 Boys Relay, , T.C. Williams VA 2
B-4x400 3:24.62 Boys Relay, , Westbury NY 3
B-4x400 3:27 Boys Relay, , Atlee VA 4
B-4x800 7:51.96 Boys Relay, , W. Springfield VA 1
B-4x800 7:58.16 Boys Relay, , Midlothian VA 2
B-4x800 8:02.08 Boys Relay, , Westfield 3
B-4x800 8:07.03 Boys Relay, , Hickory VA 4
B-4x800 8:07.18 Boys Relay, , T. Jefferson-Alex VA 5
B-4x800 8:09.14 Boys Relay, , Colonial Forge VA 6
B-4x800 8:09.17 Boys Relay, , Lee-Davis VA 7
B-4x800 8:12.56 Boys Relay, , Forest Park VA 8
B-4x800 8:13.75 Boys Relay, , Atlee VA 9
B-4x800 8:14.97 Boys Relay, , Lake Braddock VA 10

Girls

Event Mark By Pos
G-55 7.12 Oluwole, Tosin, 2004, Western Branch VA 1
G-55 7.19 Lewis, Yvette, 2003, Menchville VA 2
G-55 7.24 Amponsah, Afua, 2003, Annandale VA 3
G-55 7.25 p Woody, Kathleen, 2003, Oakton VA 10
G-55 7.28 Thomas, Jessica, 2006, Green Run VA 4
G-55 7.29 p Meade, Carmen, 2004, Westfield VA 5
G-300 39.98 McCorory, Fracena, 2006, Bethel VA 1
G-300 40.8 Spruill, Britni, 2004, Bethel VA 2
G-300 41.05 Allen, Marquita, 2003, Western Branch VA 3
G-300 41.4 Amponsah, Afua, 2003, Annandale VA 4
G-300 41.5 Lewis, Yvette, 2003, Menchville VA 5
G-300 41.52 Gates, Jasmine, 2006, Tallwood VA 6
G-300 41.73 Ewell, Natalie, 2003, James River VA 7
G-300 41.99 Pinnock, Shakirra, 2005, Western Branch VA 8
G-500 1:13.32 Giles, Faraign, 2004, Tallwood VA 1
G-500 1:13.92 Treherne, Leslie, 2003, Western Branch VA 2
G-500 1:16.38 Kellam, Brandi, 2003, Deep Creek VA 3
G-500 1:18.35 Mullis, Heather, 2003, Frank W. Cox VA 4
G-500 1:18.48 Keener, Kelly, 2005, Manchester VA 5
G-500 1:18.77 Markey, Tara, 2004, South Lakes VA 6
G-500 1:18.96 Bullock, Charrisse, 2004, Bethel VA 7
G-500 1:18.97 Schleckser, Kat, 2005, T. Jefferson Alex VA 8
G-500 1:19.38 Brooks, Meredith, 2003, Robinson VA 9
G-500 1:19.83 Wineglass, Nakeisha, 2006, Hayfield VA 10
G-1000 2:57.79 Husain, Huma, 2003, W. Springfield VA 1
G-1000 2:58.53 Fisher, Heather, 2004, Herndon VA 2
G-1000 2:58.61 Sekulic, Selina, 2003, Ocean Lakes 3
G-1000 3:00.39 Hess, Jemissa, 2003, C.D. Hylton VA 4
G-1000 3:00.43 Sherbak, Natalie, 2004, Kellam VA 5
G-1000 3:00.69 Taylor, Kelley, 2003, Kellam VA 6
G-1000 3:02.49 Osborn, Kelly Ann, 2003, W. Springfield VA 7
G-1000 3:03.56 Murdoch, Heather, 2004, Ocean Lakes VA 8
G-1000 3:03.63 Boswell, Amanda, 2003, Princess Anne VA 9
G-1000 3:03.91 Burton, Escaterina, 2004, Forest Park VA 10
G-Mile 4:57.3 c Boyd, Jennifer, 2003, Hickory VA 1
G-Mile 5:03.98 c Sekulic, Selina, 2003, Ocean Lakes 2
G-Mile 5:05.26 c Taylor, Kelley, 2003, Kellam VA 3
G-Mile 5:08.29 c Garrahan, Shauneen, 2003, Jefferson Alex VA 4
G-Mile 5:09.66 c Rodgers, Joanna, 2003, Robinson VA 5
G-Mile 5:15.31 c Patterson, Amanda, 2005, Midlothian VA 6
G-Mile 5:16.83 c Hess, Jemissa, 2003, C.D. Hylton VA 7
G-2Mile 10:55.03 c Boyd, Jennifer, 2003, Hickory VA 1
G-2Mile 11:14.5 c Fahey, Beth, 2004, Forest Park Wood VA 2
G-2Mile 11:27.32 c Read, Katherine, 2004, Yorktown VA 3
G-2Mile 11:29.68 c Vaughan, Ritchie, 2005, Maggie Walker Rich VA 4
G-55H 8.19 Lewis, Yvette, 2003, Menchville VA 1
G-55H 8.2 Quick, Je-Lyn, 2003, Menchville VA 2
G-55H 8.38 Idlette, Lavonne, 2003, Bethel VA 3
G-55H 8.46 Faulkner, Victoria, 2003, Menchville VA 4
G-55H 8.56 p Wheeler, Andrea, 2004, Lakeland VA 6
G-55H 8.57 Pettes, Malaika, 2003, Armstrong Rich NJ 5
G-55H 8.61 p Gasque, Tyreshia, 2003, Huguenot VA
G-55H 8.62 Ashe, Keshia, 2004, Kecoughtan VA 7
G-HJ 5' 4 Haislip, Ashley, 2005, Lake Braddock VA 1
G-HJ 5' 4 Lewis, Yvette, 2003, Menchville VA 2
G-HJ 5' 4 Murrer, Whitney, 2005, Godwin Rich VA 3
G-LJ 18' 10.75 Seward, Amy, 2003, Salem VA 1
G-LJ 18' 5.75 Lewis, Yvette, 2003, Menchville VA 2
G-LJ 18' 0.5 Mayo, Adrienne, 2003, South Lakes VA 3
G-LJ 17' 8.75 Bryant, Alisha, 2004, South Lakes VA 4
G-LJ 17' 7.75 Sessoms, Chante, 2004, Deep Creek VA 5
G-LJ 17' 7.25 Pettes, Malaika, 2003, Armstrong Rich NJ 6
G-TJ 41' 4.75 Lewis, Yvette, 2003, Menchville VA 1
G-TJ 40' 6 Seward, Amy, 2003, Salem VA 2
G-TJ 37' 9 Gasque, Tyreshia, 2003, Huguenot VA 3
G-TJ 37' 7.75 Mayo, Adrienne, 2003, South Lakes VA 4
G-TJ 37' 5.75 Spann, Shea, 2003, Mt. Vernon VA 5
G-TJ 37' 3.5 Idlette, Lavonne, 2003, Bethel VA 6
G-TJ 37' 2 Hirve, Aparna, 2004, T. Jefferson VA 7
G-TJ 36' 7.5 Wheeler, Andrea, 2004, Lakeland VA 8
G-TJ 36' 6.75 Jermott, Shayla, 2004, Salem VA 9
G-PV 11' 4 Pettine, Kathryn, 2003, Westfield Chantilly VA 1
G-PV 11' 0 Jenks, Rhiann, 2003, Prince George VA 2
G-SP 45' 8 Evans, Tiffany, 2003, Garfield VA 1
G-SP 40' 7.5 Muehleib, Catherine, 2003, Lake Braddock VA 2
G-SP 38' 9.75 Tyler, Tracy, 2003, Lee-Davis VA 3
G-SP 38' 7.5 Crocker, Ashley, 2003, Hayfield VA 4
G-4x200 1:41.96 Girls Relay, , Bethel VA 1
G-4x200 1:42.28 Girls Relay, , Western Branch VA 2
G-4x200 1:45.78 Girls Relay, , Salem VA 3
G-4x200 1:46.02 Girls Relay, , Lake Braddock Va 4
G-4x200 1:46.33 Girls Relay, , South Lakes VA 5
G-4x400 3:57.74 Girls Relay, , Tallwood VA 1
G-4x400 4:00.53 Girls Relay, , Bethel VA 2
G-4x400 4:00.91 Girls Relay, , Western Branch VA 3
G-4x400 4:03.33 Girls Relay, , Robinson VA 4
G-4x400 4:05.29 Girls Relay, , Phoebus VA 5
G-4x400 4:05.32 Girls Relay, , South Lakes VA 6
G-4x400 4:06.44 Girls Relay, , Deep Creek VA 7
G-4x800 9:22.32 Girls Relay, , Kellam VA 1
G-4x800 9:29.91 Girls Relay, , W. Springfield VA 2
G-4x800 9:32.26 Girls Relay, , Salem VA 3
G-4x800 9:36.49 Girls Relay, , Oakton VA 4
G-4x800 9:36.81 Girls Relay, , Herndon VA 5
G-4x800 9:37.11 Girls Relay, , Forest Park VA 6
G-4x800 9:37.8 Girls Relay, , Lake Braddock Va 7
G-4x800 9:37.83 Girls Relay, , Midlothian VA 8
G-4x800 9:48.97 Girls Relay, , Frank Cox VA 9

 

 

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