Lafayette's boys and Grafton's girls claimed overall wins Monday at the third Bay Rivers District indoor track and field meet at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton.
Lafayette's girls were second and Jamestown's boys and girls each finished third.
The individual winners for Lafayette's boys were Konrad Steck (1,000 meters), Noah Cane (55 hurdles), Hezekiah Grimsley (high jump), and Adam Leschinger (triple jump).
Grimsley, who will sign Wednesday to play football at Virginia Tech, was also second in the 55-meter dash behind Jordan Turner of Jamestown.
Leschinger, a freshman, was second in the 55 hurdles behind Cane and second in the long jump behind Jordan Willis of Jamestown.
1. Grafton 130, 2. Lafayette 100, 3. Jamestown 85, 4. York 77, 5. Tabb 71, 6. Bruton 37, 7. Warhill 31, 8. Smithfield 25, 9. New Kent 15, 10. Poquoson 7.
1. Lafayette 131, 2. Grafton 82, 3. Jamestown 77, 4. Tabb 71, 5. New Kent 62, 6. Warhill 54, 7. Smithfield 43, 8. Poquoson 24, 9. York 18, 10. Bruton 16.
55-meter dash Ryah Hinds, York (7.47); 300 Maya Hanks, Tabb (41.84); 500 Alexa Daley, Grafton (1:23.74); 1000 Brooke Crookston, Lafayette (3:12.18); 1600 Kira Freedman (5:21.50); 3200 Thorin Jean, Jamestown (12:04.96); 55 hurdles Karena Glass, Bruton (8.96); 4x2 Tabb; 4x4 Grafton; 4x8 Lafayette; high jump Kate Houle, Grafton (5 feet); pole vault Peyton Blanding, Lafayette (10 feet); long jump Kasiah Blake, Lafayette (16 feet, 8.50 inches); triple jump Megan Gingery (35 feet, 7 inches); shot put Arieana Parker, Smithfield (33 feet, 10 inches).
55 meters Jordan Turner, Jamestown (6.57); 300 Hason Kimble, Tabb (37.39); 500 Jordan Willis, Jamestown (1.07.18); 1000 Konrad Steck, Lafayette (2:35.31); 1600 Miles Owens, Grafton (4:28.19); 3200 Rylan Flint, Jamestown (10:18.81); 55 hurdles Noah Cane, Lafayette (8.06); 4x2 Lafayette; 4x4 Grafton; 4x8 Lafayette; high jump Hezekiah Grimsley (5 feet, 10 inches); pole vault Anthony Giacchetta, Warhill 12 feet, 1 inch; long jump Jordan Willis, Jamestown 22 feet, 5.5 inches; triple jump Adam Leschinger, Lafayette 41 feet, 3 inch; shot put Zach Coldsnow 45 feet, 8 inches
Williamsburg Christian Academy is tied for No. 1 with North Cross in the latest Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division III boys basketball state poll.
The Eagles (16-6) are led by junior Cle'Von Greene, who is averaging 27.2 points per game. WCA has three others in the top 15 in scoring in the Metro Conference: DaShawn Cook (15.1 ppg), Chester Makoi (11.8 ppg) and RaShawn Cook (9.7 ppg).
Lafayette offensive lineman Dexter Klock will play for the University of Wyoming football team as a recruited walk-on, Rams coach Andy Linn said on Monday. Linn added that Rams defensive linemen Tyler Jump, who had already committed to throw the discus at Virginia Military Institute, will play for the Keydets football team as well.
That means that Lafayette could end the recruiting period with four Division I signees. Wide receiver Hezekiah Grimsley is set to sign on Wednesday with Virginia Tech, while running back Caleb Kraegenbrink will decide between several Division I offers, including one from Army.
Rams linebacker Tristen Packer committed this weekend to play for Division II Wingate. Several other Lafayette seniors are expected to play on the D-II or D-III level.
Grimsley, Kraegenbrink and Klock were first team Group 4A all-state selections for the 13-1 Rams in 2016, as was linebacker Liam Walters. Linn said that Klock, a 6-foot-4, 265-pound offensive tackle, has a sister attending Wyoming and that the family also has a house in the state.