Piersol had a fine showing to take 5th with a time of 16:08.45, but he must have been more pleased with his team's performance. The Maggie Walker boys were able to defeat previously nationally ranked Good Counsel of Maryland for the team title. The fashion in which they did so was even more impressive as they beat them by a wide margin with their team score of 84 compared to Good Counsel's score of 111. The team had an average time of 16:50 on the course, which is a very strong average on a course which ranks equally or even more difficult than the VHSL state course at Great Meadows. Maggie Walker's #2-4 runners packed it up real well with Jarrett Ridgeway (15th, 16:52), Andrew Stegmaier (16th, 16:54), and Daniel Howard (20th, 16:56). Rounding out the top 5 was Jonathan Charlesworth finishing 37th with a time of 17:21.
The Westfield and Hermitage boys squads also ran well taking 4th and 5th respectively in the seeded boys race. Westfield junior Brian Buckland led his squad with an 8th place finishing time of 16:25. A 19 second spread between Westfield's #2-4 runners was a key in the team's success. Westfield finished with a team score of 185. Hermitage junior Cary Chaffee had one of his better races, taking 11th place with a time of 16:46 as Hermitage finished with 206 points.
Centreville sophomore Dacia Barr continued her very successful season of cross country with a 3rd place finish in the seeded girls race with a time of 19:16. Barr, led for the middle parts of the race and was able to hold onto a high finish and excellent time.
The Paul VI girls took 7th place in the seeded girls race as senior Mary Hogan finished 21st with a time of 20:31.
Stonebridge's Chelsea Henderson ran the last half of her race solo in division 2 girls race as she cruised to victory with her time of 19:31. Along with teammate Stephanie Dipinto's 4th place finishing time of 20:43, the two runners' performances helped lead their squad to a team title in the division 2 section.