Every year, there is a lull in the action in New York
State. Most teams use that time to prepare for the brutal string of
championship meets to come, which whittles the State down from 1000
teams across four classifications, down to one Federation Champion in
five weeks time.
MileSplit Previews the top returning girls teams for the meet.
Cheserek sets another meet record and Pembroke wins their third in a row.
The Fordham Prep boys and Benjamin Cardozo girls are the top ranked teams overall in NYS right now, based on the events contested at the NY State Championships.
Who's going to Portland for NXN. Will FM boys and girls make the trip? How about Saratoga and Burnt Hills. ArmoryTrack.com will be on site this weekend at Bowdoin Park with race videos, pictures, interviews, and stories. So enjoy your Thanksgiving meal and break and we'll see you Saturday.
WAPPINGERS FALLS – Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake coach Shaun Zepf said his team wanted a nasty course. He said they hoped for rain and mud. They got both.
When the Class AA race ended at the state championships last week, Shenendehowa teammates and coaches just looked at each other unsure. They struggled their shoulders then waited nervously see if they’d beat Fayetteville-Manillus.
Bob Szymanski has been the boys coach at Shoreham-Wading River since 1981. His squad, led by Bobby Andrews, won the Class B state championship last year in their sixth consecutive trip to the state championships. With a veteran group ranked third overall in the state, Shoreham-Wading River is the mid-season favorite to repeat in Class B.
This week's How They Train features state 3,200 champ Bobby Andrews of Shoreham-Wading River. How They Train is designed to give an in-depth look at how runners just like you train around the state. Since there is no uniform formula, we decided to find out yours.