Results from 2005

  • October 28, Local High School Cross Country Championships
    Congratulations to our High School Athletes for their performances in their local Cross Championship meets. 
    2005 Dulles District Championships - 10/27/2005 Great Meadows
    Boys 5k Run CC
    1 McLaughlin, Nick  JR Heritage High Sc 16:25.53
    4 Kroupa, Dominick JR Heritage High Sc 16:41.04
    36 Leahy, Justin SO Broad Run High S 18:42.05
    Girls 5k Run CC
    10 Codde, Shelby JR Loudoun County H  20:50.91
    11 Scharf, Ashley SR Broad Run High S 20:51.30
    22 Poisson, Kate FR Potomac Falls Hi 21:34.47
    2005 Northwestern District Championship - 10/27/2005 Great Meadows
    Boys 5k Run CC
    9 Vance, Robert  SO Millbrook High S 16:34.60
    12 Lassiter, Stephen SO Millbrook High S 16:46.03
    Girls 5k Run CC
    28 Smith, Carolyn SO Millbrook High S  21:13.28
    2005 National District Championship - 10/26/2005 Burke Lake Park
    Girls 2.98 Mile Run CC
    17 Scheren, Hannah  FR Lvhs Vikings 20:45


  • Results from USATF Regional Championships, Greensboro NC July 10-11, 2005
    A number of athletes made the long journey to the USATF Regional Championships, Greensboro NC on Saturday and Sunday July 9 & 10 and were rewarded with personal bests, Special Forces club records and places at the National Junior Olympics. 
    Logan Smith, Bantam Boys 400m, 69.16, PB and Club Record
    Abdisamad Hassan, Youth Boys 1500m, 4:27.72, PB and Club Record; qualified for National Junior Olympics
    Hannah Scheren, Intermediate Girls 1500m, 5:27.30, PB and Club Record
    Nick McLaughlin, Intermediate Boys 1500m, 4:15.95, PB and Club Record; qualified for National Junior Olympics
    Abdiwahab Hassan, Jake Leahy, Steven Lassiter and Nick McLaughlin. Intermediate Boys 4x800m Relay, 8:49.0, Club Record
    Alexander Callahan, Youth Boys High Jump, 1.54m
  • Results from Saturday June 25, Hershey State Championships, UVA, Charlottesville
    Special Forces athletes shone at the Hershey state championships held at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville on Saturday June 25. Abdisamad Hassan got the team off to the perfect start with a victory in the 13-14 Boys 1600m in a personal best and club record of 5:03. In the next event, the 11-12 Boys 800m, Ben Walker also achieved a personal best and first place in 2:28, while teammate Andrew Hayden placed second in 2:35, also a personal best. Logan Smith and Zach Kerns also achieved a Special Forces one-two in the 9-10 Boys 400m. Success continued for Special Forces with another first place for Abdisamad Hassan in the 13-14 Boys 800m, followed by Meghan Sullivan achieving first place in the 13-14 girls 200m and second place in the 100m. Ben Walker also won the 400m with Andrew Hayden finishing fourth.  Nia Hill, James & John McCray also competed in the standing long jump (results not known).

    To end the meet, it was the turn of the 4x100m relay teams to shine with the 13-14 Boys placing first while the 11-12 Girls, 11-12 Boys, 13-14 Girls and 9-10 Boys all achieved either second or third place.

  • Results from USATF Potomac Valley Championships, Columbia MD June 18-19, 2005
    The following athletes placed in the top eight in their events. Those placing in the top five qualified for the Regional Championships in Greensboro, NC on July 7-10:

1st Youth boys 1500M Abdisamad Hassan 4:33.8 Personal best and new club record
3rd  Midget Boys 1500M Ben Walker 5:11.97. Personal best and new club record
4th  Midget Boys 1500M Andrew Hayden 5:14.34. Personal Best.
4th Bantam Boys 400M Logan Smith 1:09.7. Personal best and new club record.
5th Youth Boys HJ Alexander Callahan 1.50M
6th Intermediate Girls 1500M Hannah Scheren 5:36
6th Intermediate Boys 3000M Steven Lassiter 10.59.6
7th Youth Girls LJ Meghan Sullivan (not posted)
8th Youth Girls 100M Meghan Sullivan (12.95 in heat)

4th Intermediate Boys 4x800M Steven Lassiter, Abdiwahab Hassan, Jake Leahy, Nicholas McLaughlin 8:54. New club record.
4th Youth Boys 4x400M Abdisamad Hassan, Michael Clarkson, Andre Best, Alexander Callahan.
Other relay race results are awaited.

  • Results from Hershey Regional Meet, Falls Church High School, Saturday June 11, 2005
    Those who qualified from the Hershey Loudoun meet competed on Saturday June 11 against the best of Fairfax County, Facquier County, Alexandria City, Falls Church City, Herndon Town, and Arlington County. Again, only the first two in each event qualified for the State meet at University of Virginia in Charlottesville on June 25, 2005. 

    From the track events, twenty-four Special Forces athletes qualified, including five 4x100m relays. In the individual events Ben Walker and Andrew Hayden achieved a one-two in the 11-12 Boys 800m and 400m, while Meghan Sullivan placed first in the 13-14 Girls 100m and 200m. Abdisamad Hassan placed first in the 13-14 Boys 800m and 1600m. Logan Smith and Zach Kerns achieved a one-two in the 9-10 Boys 400m. Nia Hill, John McCray and James McCray also qualified in the standing long-jump. Special Forces results are available in (Microsoft Word) and (PDF) for track events. Track results for all athletes in PDF are here. Field event results for all athletes are here
  • Results from USATF Qualifier at Langley High School on Sunday June 5
    If you finished in the top 6 you are eligible for the next round (The Potomac Valley Championship, or States) on Saturday June 18 in Columbia MD. Results (Microsoft Word) or (PDF).
  • Potomac Valley Track Club Meet Results Sunday May 29, 2005
    Results via their website.
  • Hershey Local Loudoun Meet, May 22, 2005
    Only the top two qualify from each event to the Hershey Regional Finals at Falls Church High School on June 11, 2005. Results (Microsoft Word) or (PDF). 

  • Potomac Valley Track Club Meet Results Sunday May 15, 2005
    Results via their website.
  • Randalstown Invitational Meet Results Saturday May 7, 2005
    (Microsoft Excel) or (PDF)

  • Chantilly Invitational Meet Results Sunday May 1, 2005
    (Microsoft Word) or (PDF)

  • Results of Spring 2005 Time Trials
    (Microsoft Excel) or (PDF)
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