Look inside for a little preview of what the database predicts for the 4A boys' and girls' races at Beeson Park.
An early inside look at the possible team scoring in the 3A girls and boys state championship races this Saturday.
Take a sneak preview of what the database says about Saturday's 2A boys and girls state championship races.
The database predicts the best teams in Saturday's boys and girls championship races, so take a glimpse inside.
The 32nd running of the girls' state meet highlights the continued development of North Carolina's female runners.
Once again, the independent schools staged a series of races as competitive and exciting as any public-school competition.
For the next two weeks, Bakri Abushouk focuses on lifting his Cary teammates to their highest possible potential.
Defending champion Blake Dodge, who has been battling an injury all season, faces a tough challenge in her quest to repeat.
Colin Godwin is just one of the headline individuals in the private-school state meet, along with several great teams.
A.J. Tucker begins his postseason pursuit of a repeat championship Saturday at the 2A Midwest Regional.
The Ardrey Kell twins have been helping propel their team to postseason success since their freshman year.
Defending 1A state champion Kirsten Parries faces a tough challenge in the loaded Midwest Regional.
Collegiate performances from former North Carolina high-school runners, 10/15 - 10/21
North Carolina's independent schools converge on WakeMed for one of the most comptitive events of the year.
North Carolina sports 5 freshmen (including Sophie Ebihiara) and 11 sophomores that have broken 19 minutes this year.
We're familiar with the top seniors in the state, but where does top junior Ben Huffman (Providence Day) rank?
There were a wide range of performances to sort through during conference week, from a wide variety of courses.
Bakri Abushouk is going for a wire-to-wire season on top of the rankings, while there is a battle for the girls' #1 spot.
Runners use these events as preparation for Foot Locker or just to put up a big time, and the races really produce.
Chapel Hill has the top two boys in this classification, while Cardinal Gibbons holds the top two spots for girls.
Eliza Dekker is looking to defend her title against a strong field of girls, while the boys' individual race is heating up.
Carrboro's girls, led by the Morken sisters, occupy the top 4 girls' spots, with AJ Tucker #1 for boys.
Carolina Day's Trevor Sleight is in pursuit of his second straight NCISAA 2A individual title, and could put up a big time Friday.
Dylan Johnson (Hayesville) holds the boys' top spot, and he still has some unfinished business at Beeson Park.
The Epiphany School holds the top spot for both genders, with McKinley Gray and Lake Hoard favorites to win titles Friday.
The technical Myers Park course may have produced slow times, but strong rivalries still led to great competition.
Providence is favored in both races, but there could be some intrigue on the girls' side of the meet.
Collegiate results from former North Carolina high school athletes.
The only conference that boasts 3 of the top 10 teams in the All-Classes Team Rankings is the Southwestern Conference.
Two invitationals dominated the week and heated up the rankings going into the conference meets.
The long, grassy stretches and rolling hills of Beeson Park were the backdrop for many great performances Saturday.
In the three weeks since the last All-Classes rankings, three teams have held the top spot for girls; who's there now?
The Broughton boys and Green Hope girls both continue to lead, but how serious of a challenge will each face at states?
Check out how the teams and individuals stack up when you combine all eight races together into one listing.
Rachel Bartolomeo's continued return from injury has been one of the keys to the Crusaders' dominance in this class.
Ben Fiedler and his Asheville School teammates keep getting better, but are the defending girls' champs on top?
The Carrboro girls are the best in 2A, but how high will they rank against all classes? And who is the best boys' team in 2A?
The team races are much too close to declare favorites at this point, so we'll have to wait until the postseason arrives.
Asheville Christian's underrated girls' team is looking to unseat the multi-year defending champions in two weeks.
Cool temperatures, good competition, and great course conditions should lead to some fantastic racing at Beeson Park.
These two teammates had breakthrough performances at Wendy's, but where will that put them in the individual rankings?
Collegiate results by former North Carolina high school runners, compiled from last week's meets.
Although the meet has a new name this year, the history and purpose of it remain the same as always.
Aaron Templeton had the day's fastest time in the Open Varsity race, a great start to a great day at McAlpine Park.
Results from all the races, compiled into one giant virtual meet for each gender then summarized for your convenience.
The individual and team rankings got completely rewritten this weekend, and it wasn't just because of Wendy's.
Wendy's and its 3 competitive varsity races may be the biggest meet of the weekend, but it's not the only good show in NC.
Graduation turnover has created a new set of favorites, but what kind of havoc will the SAT wreak on our predictions?
Right now on Facebook, vote for the conference you think should get live coverage during conference week.
A look at last week's collegiate performances by former North Carolina high school athletes
When you combine together the history, the competition, and the course, the Wendy's Invitational is the total package.
It was a big week for cross country in our state, even though the rain put a damper on some of the times.
A great season for NC boys continues as Bakri Abushouk writes himself into the state record books and the national rankings.