Three of the states best boys teams are set to battle tomorrow at the Greensboro Invitational.
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Several teams and individuals caught my eye during Saturday's meet for exceeding expectations. Step inside to find out who impressed!
Providence Day won an epic team battle over Cary Academy and Durham Academy at the NCISAA 3A State Championships!
Who will take home team and individual titles at tomorrows NCISAA State Championships?
All your individual and team winners for North Carolina's Conference Meets!
Meet preview for the 34th Annual Greensboro Invitational
Coleman Mitchell and Sarah LaTour were able to get the individual wins at WNC Carnival and also lead their teams to victory!
Cary Academy have a loaded sophomore class, can the youngsters get it done making it a 3-peat for the Chargers?
Cary Academy is the two time defending NCISAA 3A State Champions, but can they make it three straight?
Take a look at 4 current senior North Carolina stars and how the progressed over the last four years!
The NCISAATFCCCA has announced their athletes and coaches of the cross country season in their inaugural year!
Cary Academy lose two major pieces to their current state championship squad, but still return as the favorites from 2017.
Cary Academy has won 2 straight boys NCISAA Team Titles, and will look to make it three next season.
The battle for a top three finish in the NCISAA 3A has gotten very tight!
Cary Academy has been dominant against their NCISAA 3A competition so far this season, but rival Durham Academy upset them at the TISAC Conference Championships last Thursday!
Both Charger teams won in dominant fashion, and both deserve to be in the conversation about the top team in the state right now.
Cary Academy ended Providence Days title streak last fall and look to create a winning streak of their own going forward.
Cary Academy return 4 of their top 5 this fall and will have a very strong top 3 this year. They'll be able to contend with anyone this XC season.
The future is bright at Ardrey Kell, the only school with two girls on this team (one sophomore and one freshman).
The girls race features a dominant individual and a hotly-contested team battle that will provide one school with momentum for the state meet.
Josh Mitchell and his Cary Academy teammates enter as the favorite in the boys race, while the girls' race should be close.
These two girls front rival teams that are currently tied atop the TISAC rankings, and that makes their conference best in class.
Emma Astrike-Davis is one of the more underrated individuals in NC, but her team's success is well-known.
Could Josh Mitchell become the next in a series of great Cary Academy individuals? Would that be enough to get his team over the top?
Can you imagine what outdoor track would have been like with a healthy Colin Godwin adding his talent to the rankings?
Check out the latest Track Chat with NC star Colin Godwin. (Photo by Joseph Bond)
Samantha George (Millbrook) and Thomas Graham (Cary Academy) earned the prestigious annual statewide honor.
The Cary Academy senior talks about his 3A championship race, training, and his postseason plans this fall.
The Cary Academy senior and returning Foot Locker finalist talks about training, his team, and his high goals. (Photo courtesy of Don Rich.)
The NCISAA results are in. Four teams were crowned champions.
The NCISAA Preview Meet at McAlpine Park featured most of the top ranked private school teams in the state. All the teams in the NCISAA will head back to McAlpine in one month, October 26th, and do this all over again . . . for a state title. The main difference then is that teams will be competing in their classifications and not all together. Adrianne Soo of Durham Academy and Clay Sankey of Providence Day won the Varsity races. Right now they are the top two ranked private school runners in North Carolina. Results: JV Girls | JV Boys | Varsity Girls | Varsity BoysPhoto Galleries: JV Girls | JV Boys | Varsity Girls | Varsity Boys
This week's Coaches Poll sees some big changes in all of the classifications. The Adidas Seahawk Invitational really shook things up this past weekend, especially among the 4A schools. The next poll in two weeks will have a new twist. Coaches will also be voting on a North Carolina top 15. So coaches, pay attention to all classes! Next weekend, a brand new feature to Milesplit.US & NCRunners.com should help shed some light on the top teams in the state. It is an overall team ranking based on athletes who have met the NCRunners.com standard. Speaking of the standard . . . tonight I went back through all the results up to now and and added in many new performances. The new NCRunners.com standards are 18:00 and 21:30. I'm trying to include more athletes and you will see how it pays off in the team scoring next week.
After the first weekend of XC meets, coaches have changed some of their votes. Enloe & Green Hope looked very good in their meets. Mooresville couldn't move up but looked outstanding at WNC. TC Roberson may be the girl's team to beat in NC this year. Owen . . . 2nd place at WNC, look out. South View is much improved, and the list goes on and on. Check out the newest installment of the NCRUNNERS.com Cross Country Coaches Poll.
Sadly this news comes to you. Johnnetta Overton, Cary Academy, was killed on Friday night in a car accident.
Tanglewood Park served as a mud bath for the Independent School\'s state championship.
There were 4 Invitationals this weekend and all led to great performances.