Throughout the spring track season, Brannon Adams broke a 11-year-old school record at Jefferson Forest when he checked a 4:24.51 in the 1,600 run. It was only the most recent sign the capable sprinter was partaking in a breathtaking junior year. The principal sign returned April, when he set 6th in general at the Class 4 state crosscountry title, ostensibly the most troublesome of the Virginia High School League’s six-class framework for that particular game. Adams ran a 16:39.00 in Leesburg that day and was Jefferson Forest’s first finisher. He might not have realized it in those days, however his group was en route to a state title. Adams likewise turned in the space’s best time when he posted a season-best 16:05 at the super aggressive Pole Green Spring Championships in Mechanicsville in March, completing twelfth. The lesser was a persuasive piece of the first young men crosscountry state title in JF school history. Then, at that point he started causing ripple effects in the open air track and field season with great days at the district and state meets. After additionally wining the 3,200 local title, he put fourth at the Class 4 track titles in the 3,200 run and was 6th in the 1,600.