The Westfield girls' track team dominated the competition to win the Saxon Track Classic on Saturday, and Robinson edged Jefferson and host Langley to capture the boys' title in McLean.
The Bulldogs were sparked by senior Karen Woolley, who won both the 100- and 300-meter hurdles and was part of the winning 4x400-meter relay. Woolley won the 100 hurdles easily in 15.67 seconds, and she captured the 300 hurdles in 46.39 seconds, nearly a second better than Langley's Sara Hanson.
Langley's Steve Frames, center, won the 800 at the Saxon Track Classic on Saturday. Robinson won the boys' title.
(2004 Photo Toni L. Sandys -- The Washington Post)
Junior Aimee Kodat also won two events, taking the shot put (33 feet 1 inch) and the discus (106-1), and junior Brooke Gilbride won the 100 meters (13.06 seconds). Sophomore Alexis Deegan won the 3,200 (11:31.91) and was third in the 1,600.
Junior Dwayne Handon was the key to Robinson's victory, winning the 200 meters (23.06) and the long jump (20-7). He also ran a leg on the Rams' winning 4x400-meter relay (3:30.46).
Host Langley was led by senior sprinter John Wingfield, who won the 100, and senior Steve Frames, who won the 800. Jefferson's distance duo of senior Kyle Smith and Chris Katilie pulled out a one-two finish in the 3,200 meters, with Smith winning in 9:38.27.
Hayfield Duo Prevails
Hayfield traveled to the Wolverine Invitational at North Stafford, and three athletes came back with individual victories. All-Met senior Nakeisha Wineglass captured the long jump and triple jump titles for the second straight week, and senior Murielle Ahoure won the 100 meters in 12.19 seconds. On the boys' side, senior Jeff Miller won the 800 in 1:57.55. Oakton senior James Phillips won the 3,200 meters in 9:40.82. . . .
Hayfield senior Brian Fussell was among a handful of area athletes from Oakton and Hayfield who traveled to the Arcadia Invitational in California. Fussell was 14th in the 800 with a time of 1:56.57.