RunWashington’s coaches panel reviewed the 2021 season and picked the seven girls and seven boys for the All-RunWashington Virginia team.
Our coverage area includes Washington, D.C.; Loudoun, Prince William, Fairfax and Arlington counties (and all independent cities therein).
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Gillian Bushée, Herndon junior
Bushée won the Monroe Parker invitational and finished second at the Octoberfest, Glory Days and Third Battle Invitationals, along with the Liberty District and Northern Region championships.
Hayden Hauser, Colgan junior
Cardinal District champion Hauser was seventh at the Oatlands Invitational and he won the 6B Region meet before finishing seventh at the state meet.
Raquel Lewis, Oakton freshman
Lewis won the Concorde District and then finished sixth at the Virginia 6A state meet.
Colin Doran, Patriot senior
Doran was fourth at the Rock Ridge Invitational, eighth at the Third Battle Invitational and 12th at the 6A state meet.
Irene Williams, Thomas Jefferson senior
Williams won the National District and the Northern Region before finishing seventh at the 6A state meet. She was 10th at the Oatlands Invitational.
Amir Aougab, Dominion junior
Aougab was third at the Third Battle Invitational, second at the Judges Classic and won the Rock Ridge Invitational. He was fourth at the 4C Regional championships.
Haley Spoden, George C. Marshall junior
Spoden was fifth at the Rock Ridge Invitational, seventh at the Glory Days Invitational and 10th in the Virginia 6A state meet.
David Dawson, W.T. Woodson senior
Dawson was 11th at the Third Battle Invitational and eighth at the 6A state meet.
Scarlet Fetterolf, Loudoun Valley junior
Fetterolf helped power her team’s fourth straight 4A title with her sixth place finish, but two weeks later she finished 26th at the Eastbay South meet.
Robbie Jenkins, James Madison senior
Jenkins was Concorde District champion and finished sixth on two different courses at Great Meadow – at the Octoberfest Invitational and the 6A state meet. He finished 31st at the Nike Cross Southeast regional.
Aidan MacGrath, West Springfield sophomore
Patriot District champion MacGrath finished ninth at the 6A state meet.
Jack Levine, Yorktown junior
Levine was 18th at the Oatlands Invitational, seventh at the Glory Days Invitational and ninth in the state’s 6A championship, which contributed to Yorktown’s second place finish – the best in team history.
Calypso Rolly, McLean freshman
Rolly’s addition to the McLean varsity team, after a freshman race win at the Glory Days Invitational, helped push the Highlanders to their best finish – second – at the Virginia 6A meet. She finished eighth.
Henry Anderson, West Springfield junior
Like Jenkins, Anderson had a familiar finish at Great Meadow – 10th at the Octoberfest Invitational and the 6A state meet. He was 59th at the Nike Cross Southeast meet.
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