Meet on Tap from the high school cross country calendar for meets held between Monday, September 15th through Saturday, September 20th, 2014.
Phillip Hall and the Broughton boys showed up in the Championship Boys race to defend their titles and left doing just that, in addition to leaving with two of NC's most impressive races of the weekend. Sara Platek and Alexa King also proved that they are going to be forces in the state moving into the big invitationals coming up in the next few weekends.
All eyes will be on Phillip Hall and Sara Platek as they attempt to continue their dominating seasons - this time with tough out-of-state competition.
The PIAA Foundation Invitational will be huge! George School will have its largest meet in their 62 year history!
What happens when you put the results from all the races together? Where does your team stack up?
Bonnie Angermeier and a powerhouse Blacksburg team invaded WakeMed and took the 2013 back to Virginia with them.
Where will Jack Paddison and his Providence Day teammates fall when you score the two huge events as a single meet?
US #20 ranked Ryen Frazier (Ravenscroft School NC) started her cross country season on Friday running unattached in the college/open race on Friday at the adidas Challenge with a 17:37 5K third place finish at WakeMed.
Watch the championship boys race video from the 2014 adidas XC Challenge in Cary, North Carolina which South View (NC) High School's Phillip Hall repeated as meet champion at WakeMed with a 15:12 5K performance. The Broughton boys were impressive as well with both their squad and Hall certainly as US top 25 ranking bubble candidates based off their first month of race performances.
Watch the girls championship race video from the 2014 adidas XC Challenge in Cary, North Carolina which featured an individual battle between two super sophomores in Libby Davidson of E.C. Glass High School in Virginia and Sara Platek of Ragsdale High School in North Carolina.
Photos from the wooded trails on the back side of the WakeMed course, by NCRunners reporter Abby Brooks.
One of Virginia's most prolific photographers made the drive down to WakeMed, and posted nearly 4000 photos of the meet.
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