The first weekly leaderboards are now out, and we've broken them down by class.
New York Track & Field and Cross Country News
New leaders for the boys individuals and girls team slots in the second major week of competition.
All rockets are in burn mode as the NY guys launch into some very big weeks ahead.
The first week of rankings features a lot of standard favorites along with some emerging teams at that time of the season when the unknowns are running wild.
The Suffern Invite served as a strong debut for some State Ranked teams and individuals.
Ranking the best performances over 5000 meters run by a New Yorker this season.
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The MileSplit LIVE crew debates which state has the most depth nationally in the girls field
Meet Chris Tracht, one of the only single leg amputee runners in the country to be running high school cross country.
With the Pre-State Invite happening so early in the season, there were plenty of questions heading into the meet.
We take another look at the results, putting teams against those they might face off against in November.
We re-shuffled the merges to break down how teams did against those in their Class.
We took all the race results of the day, both Varsity and JV, and combined them into a single race.
It was the biggest meet of the year so far, and we captured every moment of it.
Check out all the major results, right here on MileSplit NY
It's finally time for some high profile cross country action.
The Suffern Invite will play host to 83 teams this weekend, all trying to break into the 100 Top Times ever in meet history.
On the course that will host States in 2018, many teams from Long Island and beyond will get their first Invitational at Sunken Meadow.
It's time for the annual Pre-State Invitational
Opening weekend has come and gone for the 2017 cross country season. What better time to start looking at the national landscape?
Hear what the MileSplit LIVE crew has to say about a potential sophomore with a chance to win a national title
Runners from teams spanning four decades came back to celebrate the legendary feats of Art and Linda Kranick's Saratoga Blue Streaks teams in the place where track and field began.
The record is thought to be the National Best
Cameron Crawford (JJ-CR) had over a minute and a half improvement from her efforts in 2016, leading to the third fastest time of the day.