Scorching competition with historic results is the prediction for Burnt Hills this weekend
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Could four, or even possibly more, girls break under 14mins this weekend?
It was a super fast day at Lehigh. We recapped the action at Paul Short.
Breaking down the individuals and teams to watch for at the loaded Paul Short Run.
Briarwood, Boardman, Big Spring, PSU, and Kiski are among the big meets to watch for this weekend!
We break down what we're looking for at every meet set for this weekend.
We're set for one of the best meets in the country.
With two Individual State Titles in her sophomore year, there is more than one name at North Rockland that you should know.
One Warwick athlete is raising the bar in her hometown, reaping the benefits of quality coaching all around.
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
Marlee Starliper and Zach Kinne headline stacked individual fields, while North Carolina's Cardinal Gibbons will look to make a statement on Lehigh's fast course.
The Hornets and Hawks are battling at the top again this year, but many other teams are looking to blaze a trail to the front of Class A.
The Hornets have flown high to thirteen straight state championships while hoarding away twelve national titles, but this year the hive is under attack.
We spoke with Coach Diglio after Tuohy's record run on Saturday, about all things coaching.
We pick out the seven best storylines we saw this weekend, and break them all down for you.
The State Qualifiers on Thursday and Friday provide great action from six sections.
The Section 1 Coaches Invite served up some strong regional action on the course that will hold Feds and Regionals
This weekend will be the last time out-of-section teams will get to race at Bowdoin Park, home to btoh the Federation Championships and the NXN-NY Regional.
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.
The times were flying on a perfect day in Bethlehem!
Maryland's Dalton Hengst and Delaware's Keelin Hays, along with the US#7 Centerville (OH) girls, headline Friday's Paul Short Run.
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 – St. Benedict’s coach Marty Hannon couldn’t help but think about what could have been. When senior Tahlief Jackson transferred from Patterson to the New Jersey private school powerhouse, the rules said he had to sit out 30 days. That meant he had to watch his new team from the stands at Penn Relays.
BEAR MOUNTAIN – Here’s a sign that Aisling Cuffe is in the best shape of her life: She says she feels lazy.
PAWLING – Shaker junior Mike Libruk said his team knew what was coming. He joined a few teammates over the summer in visiting the course at Lakeside Park in Pawling. He knew the nearly 500-meter uphill that meets runners after the first mile was the kind that could feel like a punch in the mouth.
BEAR MOUNTAIN – There isn’t always much to take from a race in the beginning of September in the first race of the year. And sometimes, it’s not just about the race but also about the circumstances.
MIDDLETOWN – Ryan Brennan kept looking over his shoulder. It didn’t matter how fast the Monroe-Woodbury junior ran. He knew Newburgh’s Randy Patterson was coming. “He makes a living out of walking people down,” Brennan said. “I couldn’t believe I hadn't seen him yet.”