Registration is still open for the Northeast HS Club Cross Country Championships, but the meet is already beginning to shape up to be the best around.
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For those that had Cross Country, and for those set to have it later this school year, the competitive edge never left.
We pick apart every schools All-Time lists, to design the best All-Star DMR possible.
The Wolfpack women are carrying major appeal and a program vision that's attracting the best.
Could four, or even possibly more, girls break under 14mins this weekend?
Bye-bye Basketball, and hello to New York #8 for the Indoor 3000m.
Another year, another season of discussion around which team did not make the NXN field.
For the second time ever, the Liverpool girls will be out in Portland for the Nike Cross Nationals.
Check out which at-large teams the committee chose to race at Nike Cross Nationals
The East Coast comes to New York, where two of the most historic courses call home.
See how all the MileSplit50 teams and individuals who competed this weekend performed.
Lots of big action this week with several state meets.
We pick out the biggest things to happen over the weekend.
Van Cortlandt Park has once again brought some of the best competition short of a national championship.
The 11th Boys Eastern States race at the Manhattan Invitational is set to kickoff on Saturday with a stupendous amount of talent.
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
Episode 4 of the MileSplit Coaches Corner features Lee's Summit West (MO) head girls cross country and track and field coach Jesse Griffin.
With over 8,300 runners and 260 teams, the McQuaid Invitational provided some of the best national XC action this side of the Mississippi River.
Section 3 is kicking off the season strong,
The Manhattan Invite was a defining moment in Katelyn Tuohy's career last year, so much so that we called it our Top Moment of the Overall Year.
Following a great 2017 season, the Liverpool (NY) girls begin the new year nationally ranked
The Hornets have flown high to thirteen straight state championships while hoarding away twelve national titles, but this year the hive is under attack.
Check how it all played out below.
We will be tracking all throughout the NXN Regional qualifying meets whos in and whos out of NXN.
East Coast comes to New York, where two of the most historic courses call home
The State Qualifiers on Thursday and Friday provide great action from six sections.
A look at the All-Time Lists ahead of Saturday's action.
The Girls Course Record & the Girls 5-Man Average both went down, while the CHSAA Boys got their first Individual win ever.
For those looking at possible berths to the Post-Season, now is the time and place to gauge where you are at.
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.
Van Cortlandt Park has been home to many a great performance, and we have them all, ranked through the Top 100.
These are all the storylines of the early season, and those that are still developing.
Check out some of the best races of the weekend.
With the McQuaid Invite fast approaching, it is never too early to refresh our minds of a little meet history.
With over 7500 runners and 250 teams, the McQuaid Invitational is the starting ground for high profile competition in the State of New York.
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.
Watch the post-race interview with Ben Petrella as he reflects on his first individual and team cross country state titles
Projected order of the 22 teams that will toe the line for NXN in Portland on Saturday
Saratoga Springs vs. Shenendehowa. Corning vs. Elmira. F-M vs. Liverpool. All this week in NY Section Champs
Jimmy evaluates the top boys teams in the nation as State meets heat up
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.
A big upset in New York! US #17 Elmira District (67 pts) girls took down the US #1 ranked squad Fayetteville-Manlius (71 pts) at the McQuaid Invitational with a 4 point win.
In a clash between two of New York's top girls individuals on this year's New York state meet course in Canton, Bella Burda of Arlington was able to secure the win against last year's New York state champ Jessica Lawson of Corning as Burda, a New York Feds champ two years ago, pulled away in final mile for a 16 second margin of victory over Lawson in 17:57.
After almost a month of XC action, there are some shakeups in the Saucony Flo50 team rankings. Jimmy takes a look at some of those changes on the guys' side.
We teased you with a top 10 watch list article and a Who's #1?" video ranking the top 10 teams in the country. Now is the time to reveal our complete preseason top 25 national rankings of the best returning boys squads in the nation for the 2014 XC season.
Conference, District, Regional and State meets are upon us and teams will begin resting up to compete well at their championship meets before gearing up for the post-season championship meets. However, a few squads are already firing up the furnace for post-season action.
Christian Brothers Academy (NJ) rolled again this weekend to retain their perch atop the rankings and add to their legend, by winning with 90 points and a course record 12:44.34 team average. But that's not all!!
York (IL) made a huge move to score the #3 spot with an impressive win at the Palatine Invitational with 49 points, a 15:02 average and a 48 second spread!
Marshfield (MA) grinded over the final meters of the race to get the win over powerhouse teams like CBA (NJ).
Breakdown of Girls' Varsity Races
US Girls No. 1 Fayetteville Manlius shows their dominance while a powerful Arlington squad overtakes US Boys No. 4 Shaker in light of recent injuries.
Middletown senior Mel Mosley ran himself into another class of sprinters Wednesday. He chopped an entire second of is personal best to win the 400 meters at the Section 9 A-D championships at Middletown, clocking 46.88 seconds.
WHITE PLAINS – Medgar Evers coach Shaun Dietz gave Andre Jordan the pat on the back in deserved after he won the 400 meters at the Loucks Games. Then he quickly put the performance in perspective.
WHITE PLAINS – Zavon Watkins ran the fastest 800 meters of his high school career Friday and one of the best in the country. But the Liverpool junior and indoor 800 national champ, stood outside the track talking about what he still had to prove.
People may have witnessed the greatest girls 4x800 relay race in our nation
WHITE PLAINS – Daquan Brickhouse only joined the track team to keep himself busy before he heads to Central Connecticut State on a basketball scholarship next year. Track and field was just something to do. Now the Westchester County slam-dunk champ is the newest novelty to the New York track and field scene.
Neither Blake Heriot nor Brady Gehret had raced 300 meters before. Yet, in two different sections of the junior boys 300 they notched the two fastest times in the country this season.
Before the start of every season, there are those people that look at the class that just graduated and those that returned to their team and they ask, who will be stars this year? Who will make an impact?
New York State has it's own NXN Region, so the top two teams at the NXN Regional both qualify for the NXN Championships in Portland, Oregon. Here's a look at some of the top teams from last year and where they stack up right now in paper.
A preview of the boys NY State Championships this weekend in Ithaca, NY.
College freshman Caitlin Lane and Pat DuPont race well at Penn State, teams pics from Red Raider, highlights from some other meets we overlooked last weekend.