Kiley Aymor takes on runners from NC, SC, GA, and AK (that's Alaska, not Ardrey Kell), including state champ Jenna Gearing.
All eyes will be on Phillip Hall and Sara Platek as they attempt to continue their dominating seasons - this time with tough out-of-state competition.
Tanis Baldwin and Zach Boone renew their rivalry on the rugged course, with a couple of Charlotte-area schools for extra competition.
St. Pius X returns from Georgia, minus superstar Austin Sprague, to try to earn a repeat team title.
Bonnie Angermeier and a powerhouse Blacksburg team invaded WakeMed and took the 2013 back to Virginia with them.
Athletes like Helen Morken and Maysa Araba talk about the closeness of the team and how it motivates them to succeed.
With big meets come big competition and for this week's Adidas Challenge down in Cary, North Carolina that is going to mean a lot of the top kids in Virginia are going to be meeting some new competition. Headling this competition are the Bruins of Blacksburg High School.
Jimmy breaks down some of the top male underclassmen after the first month of XC!
Chapel Hill's boys have a freshman class that could be a competitive team all by itself, with 5 under 18:25.
The Green Hope graduate only had one season in high school, but now she's crushing it in the SEC.
17 years old, and she already qualified for the Olympic Trials in the marathon. She's a pro, and she has the highest of goals set for herself. But with success comes popularity, and consequently, outside scrutiny and distraction. Find out how Alana deals with all this and more in 'Growing Up Fast' premiering September 24th.
We highlight the best girls performances by the Future Stars of the sport nationally from the first month of the high school country season. Presented by Hoka One One.
The Pinecrest senior wil try to lead his Patriots team back to the top 5 at the 4A State Meet.
Well over 200 teams will be in competition at 5 meets this weekend, including nearly 100 at WakeMed, where Philip Hall won last year.
Marissa Bishop entered the 9th grade with extensive high school racing experience thanks to her time at Cary Christian.
Does Lily Anderson's midweek performance on a challenging course trump the best races from the weekend? You decide.
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Natalie Andrejchak showed strength and determination in outlasting some strong competitors Saturday.
Broughton and Cardinal Gibbons went North seeking strong competition, and ended up battling each other for the title.
Mitchell Resor rose steadily throughout the race to claim the win and lead his team to a commanding victory.
Broughton travels all the way to Virginia to do battle with a Wake County foe, Cardinal Gibbons (plus some powerful VA teams).
From the grandstands and wide horse track to the challenging hills, Carolina Horse Park is one of the most unique venues in the state.
The wooded trails of Weddington High School are a challenge, and they will feature fantastic racing this weekend.
One of the most scenic campus courses in the state can also produce fast times in cool weather, when the competition is strong.
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