Ashburn, VA (November 13, 2015) – Friday the 13th proved anything but unlucky for Loudoun County runners as they captured three individual and four team titles. The 4A, 5A, and 6A boys and girls championships were run today at the Great Meadows (State Course) in The Plains, VA. Viva Loudoun photographers were there today and will be posting pictures within the week.
In the 5A Girls championship, Tuscarora’s Emma Wolcott completed a great season with a first place time of 17:55, 41 seconds better than second place’s Heather Holt. Fellow Husky Ava Hassebrock finished fifth and Potomac Fall’s Deirdre Gilmore rounded out the top ten finishers. Top ten results and all Loudoun County runners results are listed below.
In the team competition, Tuscarora achieved a first place finish with 17:55 and fifth place with 19:09 and five other finishes in the twenties that propelled the Huskies to earn the 2015 state championship title. Potomac Falls finished sixth as a team. Team standings for 5A Girls are listed below.
In the 5A Boys championship five local runners finished in the top ten. Tuscarora’s Fitsum Seyoum finished second with fellow Husky Derek Johnson finishing sixth. Stone Bridge Jackson Morton placed fourth, Joe Valle placed eighth and Andrew Matson placed ninth. Top 10 results and including Loudoun County runners results are listed below.
In the 5A Boys team competition, Stone Bridge’s four finishers in the top 13 helped them edge out Thomas Jefferson by six points. Tuscarora finished third in the team competition. 5A Boys team standings are listed below.
In the 4A Girls championship, Heritage’s Weini Kelati won the individual state championship with a time of 17:22. Teammate Georgie Mackenzie finished fourth and Loudoun Valley’s Natalie Morris finished sixth. All 4A Girls race results are listed below.
In the team competition, Heritage’s top five runners posted a score of 86, seventeen points better than Loudoun Valley as the two teams finished first and second in the state. 4A Girls XC team standings are listed below.
Loudoun Valley dominated the 4A Boys championship. Andrew Hunter won the individual state championship by almost a minute as Loudoun Valley took three of the top six places. 4A Boys race results are listed below.
In the 4A Boys team competition, Loudoun Valley’s top five runners finished in the top 19. Their score of 47 gave them a 67 point victory over Fauquier. Loudoun Valley had the most dominate team finishes of the day across all classes.
All told, this was the most dominate Cross Country performance ever at the state level for Loudoun County cross country runners.
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