No big surprise here - Ebony Williams and her Parkland teammates have the best returning team in NC. Where do the rest stack up?
Alycia Springs (Mallard Creek) is the top returning thrower in the state, and one of the best in the nation as well.
Some top runners from the class of 2015 will sign letters of intent this week, making their college choices official!
Vincent Crisp's performances went through the roof during outdoor track; will that carry over to this indoor season?
Watch the trailer of On The Rise: Allie Ostrander, part of a new MileSplit original video series.
Cross country season ended Saturday for most collegiate runners, but not for the Elon senior, NC State's women, and both Tar Heel squads. (All photos by Tim Hagen)
A list of the top 100 national returnees for the 2014-2015 indoor season in the field events.
Malia Ellington has rare range, excelling from 1000 to 3200, and seems to have some of her greatest success indoors.
Ian West (Fike) finally broke the 16 foot barrier over the summer, and now he has his sights set on the indoor record books.
NXN Midwest & Northwest, Ostrander races for first time since early October, suprise Michiganders go big!
The 2014 Indoor season was when Sydnei Murphy broke through on the national stage in the long jump.
Before an injury disrupted the end of his season, Juwan Crowder put up some eye-opening, national caliber times.
Layla White is part of a Cary trio that holds high national rankings to go along with high aspirations for this winter season.
Despite the cold weather and slow early paces, Ryen Frazier was able to destroy the meet record and run 10:12, as Tanis Baldwin outlasted a tough boys field to win in 9:10.
Maximus Russo finished 14th in the NCISAA 2A State Meet against high schoolers, and would be the #2 8th-grader in NC.
Will Lindsay Harrison be the next in the recent line of Marvin Ridge Middle School runners to be successful at the high school level?
The Ravenscroft star lowers her NC #3 All-Time mark while preparing for her postseason championship run.
See the action from all 10 races by staff photographer Jeff Sides.
Can Ryen Frazier threaten the 10-minute mark and pull the girls to another set of epic times? Who will have the breakthrough races on the boys' side?
Epiphany School barely squeaked by with the title this year, but their championship run may just be in its infancy.
It's easy to forget that Marissa Bishop still has three more years of improvement ahead, when she runs like a veteran already.
Just like it was this year, several teams have 1A title aspirations, so it will come down to which one has the best year of training.
Last year's field yielded three Footlocker finalist on the boys side with two sub-9 minute times and twelve girls under 11 minutes. Can this year's meet match those performances?
With her aggressive state meet race, Aleshia Tisho served notice that Smoky Mountain will be a force to be reckoned with in 2015.
- Article Comment: All-Classes Returning Indoor Track Rankings: Boys Distance
- Winter season lists
- Article Comment: Vargas Takes SE Regional Win as UNC Advances Both Teams: Alumni Report 11/15
- Polar Bear Kick Off Invitational @ Olympic 2014
- Course Length
- Indoor or Polar Bear Meets on Saturdays?
- JDL December Mini-Meets 2014
- Article Comment: Class of 2015 College Choices: Signing Photos!
- State Meet Schedule
- Article Comment: #StatsBonanza: Class of 2020 Rankings
- KYA Post Season Cross Country Time Trial
- Chargers Postseason Tune-Up
- Cross Country Coaches National Youth Championships
- JDL November All-Comers
- NAIA National Cross Country Championships
- NCAA DI Cross Country Championships
- AC Reynolds Polar Bear
- Mighty Explorers Challenge #1
- Polar Bear Kick Off Invitational @ Olympic
- Foot Locker South Regional
- Maddie McHugh to University of Mississippi
- Sydney Blue to University of North Carolina-Wilmington
- Josh Broadway to University of North Carolina-Wilmington
- Helen Griffith to North Carolina A&T University
- Grace Sullivan to East Carolina University
- Malia Ellington to Harvard University
- Ariel Davis to DePaul University
- Dylan Andrade to University of North Carolina-Wilmington
- Tanis Baldwin to NC State University
- Mikaela Seibert to Ohio State University