26 schools from 5 different states are heading to the Gene Mullin Invitational tomorrow hosted by Furman University in Greenville, SC. Justine Cronk (Providence Day) looks to be North Carolina's only girl that'll be able to contend for a top 10 spot in what should be a fast race on a relatively flat course. Milton (GA) comes in on the boys side and looks to be one of the many boys powerhouse's in the Southeast with lead by Sam Bowers who has run 14:50 and Nicholas Yanek and Michael Malkowski at or under 15:30. Noah Dolhare (Providence Day) comes in ranked 4th in this race with a PR of 15:36. There have been plenty of low 15 times run at this meet in the past, so we could see another PR out of Dolhare tomorrow. Andrew Hammel (Christ School) and Nathan Richards (Franklin) should also contend for the top 10 with PRs of 15:51 and 16:11 respectively. Milton boys will be near impossible to take down tomorrow, but Providence Day holds a strong chance to bring some hardware back to NC tomorrow.