Weekly Roundup: Track & Field News From Around the State


The Weekly Roundup is a collection of news stories from around the state, all related to track and cross country.  If you find an new story on the internet that relates to North Carolina teams or athletes, email the link to jgeorge@milesplit.com.



Jim Spier's U.S. Top 5 Lists

Boys  |  Girls


Triangle Honor Roll

(On TrackHonors.com)


WNC Honor Roll

(On Citizen-Times.com)


WNCPrepTrack to shut down

After providing coverage for nearly eight years, I have decided to shut downWNCPrepTrack.com at the end of June. My decision has been well thought out, and it will allow me to focus more on my graduate studies and new role as the college editor at MileSplit, Inc.

Read more on WNCPrepTrack.com



Team is the thing on first night at Arcadia

On a night that celebrated the overwhelming depth of talent of track programs in Southern California and several points beyond, capable teammates were as valuable as superstars at the Arcadia Invitational. 

Read more on EspnRise



North Carolina athletes accepted into individual events at Penn Relays

Read more at ThePennRelays.com



Ellington speeds into high school track's upper echelon


It didn’t take Malia Ellington long to reach elite status as a high-school runner.  Ellington, a freshman at Community School of Davidson, forged her name into the Mecklenburg County record books with stunning performances in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter races at the Marvin Ridge Invitational on March 13.

Read more on HuntersvilleHerald.com



Alexis Perry wins Tom Suiter Extra Effort Award

Alexis Perry of Durham's Jordan High School has overcome adversity to become a state champion and earn a track scholarship to N.C. State. She is this week's winner of Tom Suiter's Extra Effort Award.

Watch video at HighSchoolOT.com



Track teams to give Eddie Reneau Invite another go

The weather seemed perfect all day for Tuesday's 10th annual Eddie Reneau Invitational track meet at East Henderson, and then when the meet was about to begin, the clouds caved in.

Read more on BlueRidgeNow.com