Charlotte Observer coverage area awards and Mecklenburg County awards for the 2006 XC season.
ATTENTION: VIRGINIA TECH ENTRIES CLOSE AT NOON DECEMBER 23. Coaches are reminded of this important deadline. Go to www.directathletics.com for all information. The number of entries listed per event are general guidelines, not absolutes as are the dual athletes standards. If you have worthy dual athletes in an event Please fax them to ROD CAMDEN as directed in the instructions. Please include all athletes GRADE in school. For Invitational event information contact DAN WARD at email@example.com as directed in the instructions. Be reminder that from noon January 8 until noon January 10 the entries will be re-opened to allow coaches to scratch and substitute from their ORIGINAL roster. NO NEW ATHLETES MAY BE ADDED TO YOUR ROSTER AT THIS TIME. Minimum marks standards will be strictly adhered to. Any questions should be directed to Dan Ward.
Fox Sports is televising Foot Locker before the year ends . . . that is a fact!
This past weekend, some of North Carolina\'s top athletes competed at the Liberty High School Christmas Invitational.
Want to travel to Australia? Want to spend some time in Hawaii? Want to meet other athletes from the US and Australia?
Bishop McGuinness\' top 2 girls from this past XC season traveled to Spokane, WA to participate in the National Jr. Olympic meet.
Check out how the contest went.
Photo taken by John Herzog. Thanks to Brandon Miles & John of Milestat.com (VA) for their coverage of Ryan Hill among others at Foot Locker Nationals. Click on the article for the Milesplit Video Coverage
Join the fun, try to win a free t-shirt, predict the All-American\'s at December 9th\'s Foot Locker Finals.
BorderWar Sports, organizers of the new BorderChallenge National XC Championship, has just announced the locations of six of the ten regional championship venues, as well as the national championship meet. As expected, the national championship meet will be held just outside of Orlando at the National Training Center (NTC) in Clermont, Florida on December 1, 2007.
Ryan Hill, a Junior from Hickory HS, is ready to finish off his cross-country season on a high note at Foot Locker Nationals in San Diego.
Chapel Hill finishes 20th at NTN.
Ryan Hill tried baseball. He likes football and basketball. But it was running, always running, that the Hickory High School junior loved best. The rest of the country is about to find out just how far that love has taken him: In a little more than a week, Hill will compete against 39 other elite high school boys in the national cross country championships in San Diego.