Tigers or Cougars? Both have great teams back, but which one falls at number 8 in the countdown?
The Trentavis Friday that we all saw representing his country this summer is a far cry from where the young man started his high school career.
How many teams could rank in the top 6 in the state for 1600 and 3200, without including arguably the best 8th-grader in the state, and despite an injury to their star?
Which of these 4A East teams falls at spot #9 in the rankings after a huge 2013-2014 school year of improvement?
In today's world, making yourself stand out without appearing as if you're drawing undue attention to yourself is an important skill to have. That's probably no less true with trying to find a college track and field scholarship offer than it is anywhere else. So, how do you pull it off?
We're into single digits now! The best programs in the state include a Mideast 4A team that often doesn't get the respect it deserves.
With arguably the most talented relay that the United States has ever assembled for a World Junior Championships between Trentavis Friday, Trayvon Bromell, and Kendal Williams completed by opening leg Jalen Miller, the team nearly flirted with a World Junior record. The US team did accomplish the main goal. Watch their gold medal race video and post-race interview.
The NCISAA has star athletes, but only one boys' cross country team that can go toe-to-toe with just about any NCHSAA team.
Alycia Springs isn't just a shot putter - the rising junior for Mallard Creek is also the state's best returning discus thrower.
The 4A West is loaded with talent, with 4 teams in the top 10 of these rankings. Which of these teams is at #10?
Competing against top sprinters from Jamaica, Anguilla, Nigeria, Japan, Great Britain, and Trinidad & Tobago, Trentavis Friday created a continent separation between him and the rest of the field in the men's 200 meter dash finals at the World Junior Championships as he pulled away with a decisive victory in a wind-aided 20.04 clocking.
One of these 3A programs has already been ranked, one is yet to come, and a third is right here at #11. Which one?
Will Ty Jaye Robbins become the next NC sprint star, or will it be Nyheim Hines? Having both back in 2015 makes things more interesting.
Send in your photos with the hashtag #ncxccamp, your team, and the camp you're attending!
The Mideast 4A may not be the strongest region in the state this fall, but it still has teams at #11 and #9 - which ones?
After Mount Tabor's 14-year conference championship streak ended, this intense rivalry went up yet another notch, but which team will be on top in 2014?
Anna Cockrell continues to hammer the hurdles, while Layla White has moved up to make the 800 her main focus this summer.
Trentavis Friday already has one all-time state record, and his last chance at a second comes this week at World Juniors.
Either of these teams could be ranked in the top 10 in 4A and still not get out of the 4A West. Which one is at #12?
Which Midwest 4A team could come from missing the state meet in 2013 to taking the regional title in 2014?
Former North Carolina high school and college athletes competing as post-graduates, plus collegians competing unattached.
One of these 3A programs has been amazingly consistent, placing between 4th and 7th at the state meet for 5 straight years.
Which of these teams showed huge improvement last year, leading to a surprising 6th-place finish in the 3A state meet?
North Carolina defended its turf against athletes from Bermuda, Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere.
- FRIDAY 20.04 GOLD MEDAL!!
- Article Comment: From False Start to Golden Ending: The Meteoric Rise Of Trentavis Friday
- Article Comment: Boys XC Preseason Rankings: #10
- Article Comment: Boys XC Preseason Rankings: #12
- NORTH FORSYTH HIGH SCHOOL/MIDDLE SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY INVITATIONAL
- Central Academy Cross Country Invitational 2014
- Kayla Holder to Wake Forest
- No coaching weeks and 3K's
- USATF Region 3 Championship 2014
- WCU HS/MS Invitational 2014
- Sarah Spiro to Wofford College
- Reyho Tshiama to Coker College
- Henry Kiedy to Western Carolina
- Kj Webb to Western Carolina
- Collin Vilen to Western Carolina
- Kaleb McEntyre to Western Carolina
- Joe Templeton to Western Carolina
- Henry Miller to Western Carolina
- Billy Murganti to Western Carolina
- Michael Delozier to Western Carolina