LYNCHBURG — Wilson Memorial’s Eliza Dana and Laura-Kate Major, and Fort Defiance’s Ramsey Corbin produced stellar performances Tuesday on the final day of the Class 3 state indoor track championships at Liberty University.

Dana and Major rewrote the Wilson record books in the 1,000 meters and shot, respectively. Dana finished seventh in the 1,000 at 3:13.52, which broke the school record previously owned by Hannah Rose. Major shattered her own record in the shot by two feet with a heave of 37-feet-1/2.

Dana wasn’t finished as she placed fifth in the 1,600 with a time of 5:27.13, which was a personal record by five seconds.

Fort’s Corbin also recorded a third-place of his own in the 1,000 when he clocked a 2:37.74.

Western Albemarle edged Fluvanna County 57-51 for the boys title. Fort ended in a tie for 16th with 12 points.

Heritage-Lynchburg ran away with the girls championship with 108 ½ points, while Maggie Walker finished a distant second at 70. The Hornets finished 13th with 14 points and the Indians tied for 21st with 4.

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