Dan Doherty provides this installment of girls state cross country rankings after Week 2 and Tom Cuffe does the same for the boys.
Shenendehowa boys top Fayetteville-Manlius. Alex Hatz over Alex Leuchanka, from Sunken Meadow State Park.
Burnt Hills boys pull out the win as Joe Whelan of Hamburg destroys the field for the individual crown. From Sunken Meadow State Park.
HFL upsets SWR for team title as Chris Stogsdill of Marcellus holds off deep field to win.
Newark Valley edges Holland Patent by one point as Max Straneva of Chenango Valley dominate the races.
Beaver River wins another state title and Seton Plattsburgh's Mike Champagne wins his first.
NY State Class B Champion Chris Stogsdill of Marcellus talks with ArmoryTrack.com's Christopher Hunt
NY State Class B runner-up and member of the team champions, Deir talks with ArmoryTrack.com's Christopher Hunt
Highlights and scenes from the the NYSPHSAA Championships at Sunken Meadow State Park.
NY State Class D Champion Amanda Moreland talks with ArmoryTrack.com Christopher Hunt
Class B State Champion Brenna Symoniak talks with ArmoryTrack.com's Christopher Hunt
Burnt Hills-Balston Lake 4th and 56th runners Riley Wilk and Alyssa Drapeau. Burnt Hills won the NYS Class A State title.
Class D State Champion Mike Champagne talks with ArmoryTrack.com's Christopher Hunt.
NY State AA Champion Courtney Chapman talks with ArmoryTrack.com's Christopher Hunt. Chapman's team are defending NXN Champions.
Roslyn junior Emily Lipari talks about coming from behind to win the NYS Class A state title.
Suffern senior Shelby Greany, one of the most accomplished runners in NYS history, talks with Christopher Hunt about the Class AA race, where she finished 2nd.
NY State Class C champion Max Straneva talks with ArmoryTrack.com's Christopher Hunt.
Bronxville, NY senior Tori Flannery talks about their up and down season and winning the Class C state tiel, their 7th in school history.
Defending US Champions Fayetteville-Manlius takes on Saratoga Springs as FM's Courtney Chapman beats a tough field.
Burnt Hills girls win the title as Emily Lipari (Roslyn) sits back and kicks late for the win.
East Aurora girls run great to win another state title. Breena Symoniak wins the individual title.
Bronxville and Rhinebeck stage a great battle that Bronxville wins by 4 points. Erin Cawley wins big.
Amanda Moreland (Bloomfield) wins the title. Greenwich girls roll to the win.
Photographer Karen Ward takes us throough Sunken Meadow's 5K course to preview the 2008 NYSPHSAA Championships.
Tim Fulton's pics from the NYS Public HS State Championships at Sunken Meadow State Park on Long Island.
Photos from Sunken Meadow State Park on Long Island. The NYSPHSAA Championships. Pics by Karen Ward
Karen Ward's photos from Sunken Meadow State Park and the NY State XC Championships.
ArmoryTrack.com NYS Girls Team Rankings make their season debut. Rankings guro Dan Doherty returns with the overall top ten as well as the top 10-20 in each class. Boys rankings have the Top Twenty Five overall for week one and class rankings start next week.
Shen boys take over top spot, FM girls stay where they belong - in #1 spot. New York City overall top ten added this week and will be maintained the rest of the season.
Boys and girls rankings - Top Ten overall, all 5 classes, and NYC Power Rankings. Who's too low? Who's too high? Who's was left off? Let us know.
Syosset girls win first ever Sectional title in any sport with their AA win at the Section 8 Championships. Results and team champions all listed inside.
Photographer Karen Ward takes us through the classic 5K course at Sunken Meadow State Park on Long Island, the site of this Saturday's NYSPHSAA Championships.
Running at Sunken Meadow State Park, Alex Hatz of Fayetteville-Manlius held off Alex Leuchanka of Shenendehowa for the individual title as both runners dip under 16:00 on the wet and sloppy day, but Shen is too tough for FM, beats them 30-47. FM girls win big as expected, beating Saratoga 22-48 as Courtney Chapman led her FM team with a win over a very deep field.
KINGS PARK – The thing about chasing something intangible is that the chase never ends. Every step is like a climb of a ladder with no end.
KINGS PARK – It was supposed to be decisive. It was supposed to be the kind of race that when the runners staggered across the finish line everyone at least would have an idea who won. Instead coaches scrambled to count places, asked anyone who looked like they were watching and then finally decided to accept the excoriating wait for the official word.
OVER 1500 pictures posted and many more to come. All boys race videos loaded. 11 video interviews loaded. Girls race videos all coming Monday night.
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