AAA Outdoor Track and Field

Sheena Johnson, Jr., Gar-Field

100 hurdles, 300 hurdles

Rico Lloyd, Jr., Potomac

200 meters

Boyd Ouden, Sr., Hylton

300 hurdles

Michael Newell, Sr., Potomac

100 meters

A Outdoor Track and Field

Cedric Ollison, Sr., Brentsville

400 meters

AAA Indoor Track and Field

Philip Agee, Sr., Brooke Point

Pole vault

Sheena Johnson, Jr., Gar-Field

Triple jump, 55 hurdles

Michael Newell, Sr., Potomac

55 meters, Long jump

AAA Wrestling

Kevin Collier, Jr., North Stafford

171 pounds

Justin Johnson, Sr., North Stafford

189 pounds

Donnie Pereira, Sr., Stonewall Jackson

112 pounds

Jeremy Rankin, Sr., Stonewall Jackson

152 pounds

A Wrestling

David Basham, Sr., Brentsville

171 pounds

Erik Croushorn, Jr., Brentsville

140 pounds

Brett Jenkins, Jr., Manassas Park

160 pounds

Patrick O'Neill, Jr., Brentsville

125 pounds

A Cross-Country

David Aleman, Jr., Brentsville

CAPTION: Stonewall Jackson's Donnie Pereira, top, is the Virginia AAA 112-pound wrestling champion.

CAPTION: Gar-Field's Lauren Rowe, left, tries to steal the ball from Woodbridge's Elizabeth Mumley, but no one in the Cardinal District could slow down the Vikings, who won the district title en route to the state tournament.

CAPTION: Potomac's Sherman Rivers plays in his last high school game in the Cardinal District tournament final, which the Panthers lost to Gar-Field. Rivers, who will attend William and Mary, leaves as the Panthers' all-time leading scorer with 1,193 points.

CAPTION: Gar-Field's Sheena Johnson, above, scored 37 of her team's 56 points as the Indians won the Virginia AAA girls state indoor track title. North Stafford's Paul Fink helped the Wolverines finish 16-1.