Boys' indoor track: Region 4C Meet

WINCHESTER — With one event remaining, Handley sits in third place in the Region 4C meet that was held on Monday at Shenandoah University's Wilkins Center.

According to a notation on, the 4x800-meter relay needs to be re-run due to a lap count error and will be run at a later date.

Regardless of the outcome of the race, Loudoun County cannot be caught in the team standings and is the champion. The Captains currently have 89 points. Fauquier is second with 68, Handley has 67 points, Millbrook is eighth with 26 and Sherando is 14th with 7 out of 16 teams.

Locals who won individual titles were Handley's Ryan Stickley (won the 500 by 0.7 in 1:10.14), James Wood's Nathaniel Woshner (won the 3,200 in 9:49.0; teammate Ethan Pratt-Perez was second in 9:49.19) and Millbrook's 4x400 team (Brian Washington, Scott Montgomery, Nick Hayden and Landon Baker won by 0.43 in 3:38.03).

The top three finishers in each event, as well those with state times and marks, advance to the Class 4 state meet on Feb. 28 and March 1 at Liberty University.

Other top performers:

Handley: Stephen Daley, second in shot put, 48-4; 4x200 (Christian Metzger, Manno Lusca, Carter Halsey, Mason Hamilton), second in 1:37.17; Carson Harris, third in triple jump, 39-0.75;

James Wood: Liam McDonald, second in 1,000, 2:36.69; Brendan Cassidy, second in 55 hurdles, 8.18, third in high jump, 5-10.

Millbrook: Kai Johnson, third in 3.200, 9:52.78.


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