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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Behind their senior #1 runner, Cary Academy has a very young group with significant future potential.
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The Cary senior may not like the spotlight off the course, but he is running with confidence once the race starts.
The Marvin Ridge star was one of two freshmen state-wide to break 18 minutes last fall, and she has made some training upgrades since.
After a disappointing regional finish ended their 2013 season early, the Pirates are focused on giving their inspiration a better result in 2014.
Chapel Hill grad Sarah Jane Kerwin has been running strong for Oberlin College so far this season.
The Cardinal Gibbons sophomore first showed signs of his big leap forward with a 5K on the track in June.
Despite the woodsy stretches, the Weddington course runs fast when the weather is cool, like the forecast says for Saturday.
The Ragsdale sophomore has been on fire at the start of the season, despite having her spring season ended early by injury.
Kiley Aymor has had an excellent start to her season, competing with the elites of a loaded sophomore class.
Think some of the pre-race routines out there are...unique? Wait until you see how some of the state's top teams act in practices!
Did Blair Ramsey show more in overcoming the course and her opponent than others running elsewhere? You decide! (Photo by Rusty Williams)
Hot and humid weather plus tough courses led to slower times nearly everywhere, but there were still some elite battles.
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