The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 49 years old, and with it comes plenty of history.
Van Cortlandt Park has been home to many great performances, and we have them all, ranked through the top 100.
The Wood senior claimed another high profile win, capturing the Varsity A race win at Manhattan.
Van Cortlandt Park once again brought some of the best competition, short of a national championship.
The Explorers became the first PA team in six years to win the meet at Van Cortlandt Park in New York City.
Jackson Barna and Marco Langon ran the 2 fastest times of the day, and the Ridge boys, CBA, and the Ridgewood and Mendham girls had the top team performances.
The senior at Ridge moves into the No. 5 spot on the all-time list on the historic 2.5-mile layout in the Bronx.
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.
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.
It is one of the most coveted spots in the sport of High School Cross Country: the top of the Eastern States podium.
The biggest meet on the East Coast is once again highlighting the historic nature of Van Cortlandt Park.
Entries are now being accepted for the Manhattan College Cross Country Invitational Presented by HOKA that will again be contested at Van Cortlandt Park on Sat