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The Loudoun Valley Vikings are 2017 Virginia 4A state boys’ track and field champions.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun Valley boys, three local athletes strike gold at state track championships

The Loudoun Valley Vikings racked up 58.5 points in eight events to claim the boys' team championship at the Virginia 4A state track and field meet, contested June 2-3 at Harrisonburg High School. Loudoun Valley edged runner-up Jamestown by three points for the team crown.

Loudoun County Day School’s annual Blue and Green track meet was a big hit with students.—Photos Courtesy/Amy Warner, LCDS

Loudoun Country Day School hosts annual track meet

Loudoun Country Day School students in fourth through eighth grades participated in the Leesburg school's annual Blue and Green track meet last week. LCDS athletic director Cathy Fernandez worked out a schedule that allowed students to compete in various events during their scheduled physical education class times after the full-day event scheduled for May 25 was postponed due to weather.

The Stone Bridge Bulldogs followed up their Conference 14 meet title by winning the 5A North Region girls’ track and field crown.—Courtesy Photo

Stone Bridge girls, multiple athletes win regional track titles

The Stone Bridge Bulldogs placed first in the girls' team standings at the 5A North Region track and field championships, contested May 23-24 in Stafford. Broad Run finished second on the girls' side and Tuscarora claimed fifth place in the boys' standings.

Loudoun County senior Tyler Karol, shown here earlier this spring at the Wolverine Track Classic, placed first in the 300-meter hurdles (41.95) at the Group 4A Conference 21-East meet.—File Photo/Rick Wasser

Track and field: Conference meet results

Stone Bridge High School won boys' and girls' team titles at the Group 5A Conference 14 track and field meet, while Loudoun County girls and Loudoun Valley boys claimed team crowns at the Group 4A Conference 21-East meet. Overall, Loudoun student-athletes competed in one of five conference meets this week.

Athletes compete in the 100-meter hurdles April 21 at the Wolverine Classic Track Invitational.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Wolverine Classic Track Invitational photos

Loudoun high schools Briar Woods, Freedom, Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun County, Loudoun Valley, Park View, Potomac Falls, Riverside, Rock Ridge, Stone Bridge and Woodgrove helped make up a 21-team field April 21 for the Wolverine Classic Track Invitational.

Natalie Barnes of Stone Bridge placed first in the girls’ long jump event with a top leap of 18-01.5.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Stone Bridge leads girls pack at Wolverine Classic Track Invitational

The Stone Bridge Bulldogs racked up a meet-best 101 points in girls' events to top a 21-team field April 21 at the Wolverine Classic Track Invitational, hosted by Woodgrove High School in Purcellville. Fauquier edged Loudoun Valley by one point to place atop the boys' team standings.

A group of Loudoun Valley student-athletes recently made a trip to New York City for an indoor track meet.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun Valley runs first, third in national indoor track meet

The Loudoun Valley Vikings competed at the New Balance Nationals Indoor Meet on March 10 in New York City. The event included more than 3,500 of the nation's top high school track and field athletes. Loudoun Valley placed first in boys and third in girls among Virginia teams in the distance medley relay.

Loudoun Valley High School’s indoor track and field team.—Courtesy Photo

Loudoun Valley places second at state indoor track meet

The Loudoun Valley Vikings placed second in the boys' team standings at the Virginia High School League Group 4A State Indoor Track and Field Championships, contested Feb. 24-25 at Roanoke College. Front row, from left: Jack Tracy, Kevin Carlson, Colton Bogucki and Jacob Hunter. Back row: Jacob Windle, Akere Simms, Peter Morris, Chase Dawson, coach Paul Hall, coach Joan Hunter and coach Marc Hunter.

Freedom High School sophomore Annika Bolton is taking her track and field skills to Australia this summer for the 2017 Down Under International Games.—Courtesy Photo

Freedom’s Bolton to run Down Under

In 2016, Annika Bolton spent part of her summer in Spain participating in an academic enrichment program. This summer, Bolton will make her way to Australia to compete in the 2017 Down Under International Games. A 15-year-old sophomore at Freedom High School in South Riding, Bolton will represent Virginia on the East Conference Track and Field Team. Bolton will compete in the 400-meter run, 800-meter run and triple jump at the International Games, set for the first week of July.
Alex Galloway

Fast track: Galloway is ODAC Athlete of Week

Bridgewater College sophomore sprinter Alex Galloway earned his first career Old Dominion Athletic Conference Indoor Track Athlete of the Week award Jan. 16. Galloway,a Broad Run High School alum, paced Bridgewater in sprints Jan. 13 at the CNU Quadrangular.


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