The 11th Boys Eastern States race at the Manhattan Invitational is set to kickoff on Saturday with a stupendous amount of talent.
Articles with Saint Anthony's
One of the legends of the sport in the Northeast, it's no surprise Edward Cheserek (St. Benedict's Prep) is the fastest athlete to ever test the backhills of Van Cortlandt Park.
After two straight years of Knight time in the CHSAA, are the Friars ready to seize back the limelight from the X-men?
New York teams aim to blaze fast trails at Nationals, while a mix of reigning champs and rebel contenders are getting set to shake things up in the state's conference championships.
It's time for our runner-up, and honorable mentions!
You couldn't complain about the weather, and neither could you complain about the competition.
Some huge stories came out of the Empire State this year, and the final chapter is yet to be written.
After booking their tickets to the State Meet, Saint Anthony's pair also made sure they booked their airline tickets down to Missouri.
There is something amiss in the world of Track and Field in New York State.
We've scanned the entries, and picked out our Top 10 Races to watch, ranked in order of what we're most excited for.
Three relays make their way on the NY All-Time lists, and another makes the COA for the first time in over two decades.
The Friars of Saint Anthony's made the trip to warmer weather this weekend, heading down to Austin, TX for the Texas Relays.
State Records went down, All-Time marks were put up, and the Empire State represented well on the podium.
It's Nationals Weekend, and the country converges on New York's home turf for the one season with a singular National Championship Meet.
It was a crazy weekend of weather, fast running, and big time performances.
The Gatorade Company today announced Mason Gatewood of Saint Anthony's High School as its 2017-18 Gatorade New York Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year
Is this the best year ever for Track and Field in NY?
The Yale Track Classic is always one of the best meets abroad for the Empire State.
Watch Johnny Gregorek: The Legacy on MileSplit
This year's meet will be one to remember.
Two great races in the CHSAA championship on Saturday at Van Cortlandt Park will be highlighted on the boys' side by a classic showdown between Xavier and St. Anthony's.
An in-depth look at the rising star on the XC scene.
Four Nationally ranked programs are set to matchup, alongside three strong harriers on the top of their game.
Van Cortlandt Park has been home to many a great performance, and we have them all, ranked through the Top 100.
It will be the home of the 2018 NYSPHSAA State Meet, but for the past decade, it has also been home to the St. Anthony's Invite.
It was a warm day out at the Ocean State Invite, and the New Yorkers who made the trip East took the conditions, and ran with them.
For certain individuals, track and field is an individual pursuit. For others, it's a team pursuit. But for the Hazzards, it's all in the family.
We've done our girls ROC and boys ROC previews for the Flrunners.com Invitational 16. We've run the virtual meets. Now we know want to know who YOU think is going to win! Our prediction contest will run now through Friday night at midnight. Simply reply in the discussion topic your picks and tune in Saturday morning to see how good you are!
St. Anthony's NY looks to break a five-year win streak of Belen Jesuit. Steven Cross looks to defend his crown as the state's best runner.
Find out which boys teams in New York performed the best over the outdoor season with their top 5 returnees at 1600 meters. Ryan Dearie & the St. Anthony's boys bring back a cross country crew with some miler speed.
Projected order of the 22 teams that will toe the line for NXN in Portland on Saturday
3 New York boys squads are looking formidable. What will happen when they meet at Bowdoin?
Mikey Brannigan (15:30) & Bella Burda (17:50) win with 2 of the faster times ever at Bowdoin Park.
Jimmy evaluates the top boys teams in the nation as State meets heat up
Marco Pompilj of the Collegiate School (NY) scored a major win over nationally ranked Edwin Rutto of Benedict's Prep (NJ) at the Brown Invitational in Rhode Island on Saturday. Coming down the final straightaway, both Pompilj and Rutto had the finish line and win in sight, but the 4:13 miler Pompilj had the better wheels to clock a 5K personal best of 14:56 for the win and Rutto right behind him in a PR as well at 14:57 for second.
The past two weeks have produced the most unexpected and wildly exciting changes in the Saucony Flo 50 rankings, specifically the boys Teams.
The latest Saucony Flo50 boys team rankings as of October 13th.
Besides winning a national championship, there was something else on the minds of the St. Anthony’s foursome before lining up for the finals of the sprint medley relay.
MileSplit's National Cross Country Rankings
A stacked field has been assembled for both mile races, and the addition of the boys 4x800m and girls 4x400m has given high school track fans even more to cheer for. The Reggie Lewis Center track is considered a relatively fast surface, and if athletes get after it early, we may see some jaw dropping times.
Cheserek sets another meet record and Pembroke wins their third in a row.
Having Edward Cheserek in the field forces some early decisions for the rest of the front pack. Do they attempt to go with him? Do they simply let him go and monitor the next major move from within the chase pack? One thing is certain, you had better be confident in the strategy you choose and commit to it wholeheartedly.
HUNTINGTON – From the gun, Kelsey Margey smothered North Shore’s Samantha Nadel’s shoulder. It almost looked like the Harborfields junior was using Nadel to hold herself back.
HUNTINGTON – North Shore set a meet record in the girls 4x1,600 relay at the St. Anthony’s Invitational Friday. When they finished, they were disappointed and their coach was fuming.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – St. Anthony’s didn’t get quite what they came for but the Friars certainly did not leave empty-handed.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Olicia Williams stood on the side and watched while Ajee Wilson of Neptune (N.J.) comfortably delivered one of the greatest relay legs ever seen by a high schooler at Penn Relays. The St. Anthony’s junior didn’t have any thoughts of trying to match it. And she didn’t need to.