Van Cortlandt Park is getting ready for the biggest meet on the East Coast.
The 11th Boys Eastern States race at the Manhattan Invitational is set to kickoff on Saturday with a stupendous amount of talent.
Much of the day's action at Van Cortlandt Park will be devoted to the Letter races, and there are great matches on hand for all.
While the eastern's race may be the most notable in terms of national competition, the letter races provide many great storylines for the local harriers.
Eastern States is about to explode into action again at Van Cortlandt Park, and this year there is a definite flavor of Western States too as the nation's #2 team Claremont flies in from California to battle for the crown
Van Cortlandt Park has once again brought some of the best competition short of a national championship.
We've taken all of the Manhattan Invite's results and merged them into one team score.
From a national perspective, here are some important notes to take away from the Manhattan Invitational
We took the past seventeen years of data from the Manhattan Invitational, and broke it down by team. Next, we scored an All-Star Cross Country score, utilizing the seven best times from any year within that period. We bring you, the Manhattan Legacy Rankings!
It's one of the sports most coveted titles, and not just because of the commemorative watch.
St. Peter's Prep won the E Division title for 2nd straight year at the Manhattan Invitational
Abby Loveys of Randolph ran a NJ record and No. 7 all-time 14:03.0 to win the Eastern Race and Alexa Westley of Warren Hills placed 3rd
Hendricken captures team title on Saturday in Eastern States Championship race.
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