Photo Vault: Virginia 6A high school championships

Freshman Lea Gwennap of ? won the 200 IM.

Freshman Lea Gwennap of Chantilly won the 200 IM. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

The state champion Oakton girls get together for a group photo.

The state champion Oakton girls get together for a group photo. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

Oakton's championship 400 free relay team of Janet Hu, Laura Branton, Kendall Lawhorn and Megan Byrnes.

Oakton’s championship 400 free relay team of Janet Hu, Laura Branton, Kendall Lawhorn and Megan Byrnes. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

Robinson's boys won the 400 free relay with the three Jones brothers, Matt, James and Luke, as well as James Murphy.

Robinson’s boys won the 400 free relay with the three Joneses, Matt, James and Luke, as well as James Murphy. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

Robinson sophomore James Jones won two individual races, including the 100 free.

Robinson sophomore James Jones won two individual races, including the 100 free. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

Hannah Baker takes the podium after her 100 freestyle win.

Hannah Baker takes the podium after her 100 freestyle win. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

Robinson's James Jones shows off his team's state championship trophy.

Robinson’s James Jones shows off his team’s state championship trophy. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

Isabella Rongione, a Langley freshman, dominated the 500 freestyle.

Isabella Rongione, a Langley freshman, dominated the 500 freestyle. (Courtesy of Matt Rees).

 

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