Patience Marshall (Anson) and Veronica Fraley (Wakefield) will represent Team USA at the U20 Pan American Games!
Articles with Wakefield
18 former North Carolina stars will be competing at the NCAA DI Indoor Championships this weekend in Birmingham, Alabama!
Veronica Fraley continued her strong start to the indoor season winning at Nike Throw Down in NC#3 All-Time fashion!
Wakefield's Veronica Fraley has committed to Clemson to continue her throwing career!
5:04 1600 runner Madeline Shook moves from Knoxville, Tennessee to Raleigh, North Carolina for her sophomore cross country season.
Team NC sends 5 runners to the Pan Am Junior Championships in Peru!
Who will be the new top dogs in the NCHSAA 4A Classification after the realignment?
After setting two All-Time Records and winning her second national title, Ryen Frazier lost the mile - to Nevada Mareno, giving NC a 1-2 sweep.
Ryen Frazier now ventures to the scene of one key aspect of her older sister's legendary senior year, as the younger sister continues to add to her own legacy.
An unprecedented distance triple for Wesley Frazier with 4:39.66 mile to close it out!! Columbia, Western Branch win hot 4x4's! Michael Cherry 46.06! (Photo by Angelle Albright)
The Wakefield senior continues to improve, and she hasn't even settled into her favorite event yet this season.
NEW YORK - Last year the storylines swirled fast and furious around Erin Finn, Dior Hall, and the girls of Grosse Pointe South (Michigan). Can they rekindle the magic this year? (Photo by Don Rich)
Dior Hall rocked a college meet with a US#2 All-Time clocking of 8.17 over the 60m Hurdles! That's blazing!! (File Photo by Alan Versaw)
MileStat.com is providing on-site coverage (photos, videos, meet updates) for both days of the Virginia Tech High School Indoor Track & Field Invitational on February 1st and 2nd at the Rector Fieldhouse in Blacksburg.
Schools from all over the nation are coming to run on the track that hosts OUR state meet, and our athletes are ready to compete.
Wakefield girls, Knightdale boys prevail on a soggy day full of great performances!
See how the NCHSAA state champions and NCISAA state champions stack up in a head to head meet.
An exciting two days of competition as several out-of-state teams and indivdiuals certainly enhanced the fields at the Boo Williams Winter Break Invitational in Hampton. The Elizabeth Seton girls from Maryland and Wakefield boys from North Carolina won the team titles. More to come from the meet including photo gallery and meet summary. Complete results and all race videos posted.
Wakefield boys win team title in Virginia - Wakefield girls place 2nd - Wakefield girls run US #1 in the 4x400, 3:57.69