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Green Hope go US#6 All-Time taking 2nd in New Balance Outdoor Nationals
North Carolina boys are set to throw down at New Balance Nationals!
Though Virginia will have chances here and there for national titles, the biggest chance we have is in the relays.
The Georgetown commit clocked an NC#3 All-Time 800 in Nashville!
With the victory, Dolan automatically qualified for the High School Dream Mile at the adidas Boost Boston Games.
Green Hope established themselves as kings of the 4x800 running 7:41.43 at New Balance Indoor Nationals!
Check out some of the best race videos from this weekend's biggest meets.
Green Hope, Southeast Raleigh, Weddington, Cuthbertson, Croatan and T.W. Andrews all left JDL Fast Track as State Champions this weekend.
Elly Henes put her XC fitness to the test, and clocked an impressive 15:49.29 at the BU Opener this weekend! NC State #2 All-Time passing mom and coach!
Breaking down the greatest batch of team portraits in NXN history.
Check out MileSplit LIVE discuss recent NXN at-large picks
See which teams the selection committee has chosen to run at NXN Nationals.
From 1998 through 2017 what boys program sits atop the NCHSAA State Championship Boys Team Rankings
John Tatter (R.J. Reynolds) and Green Hope have massive targets on their back heading into the NCHSAA 4A State Championships.
See which are the strongest teams in each NXN region.
All your individual and team winners for North Carolina's Conference Meets!
The Girls Course Record & the Girls 5-Man Average both went down, while the CHSAA Boys got their first Individual win ever.
After two big wins in the last two weeks, it's fairly easy to say that Dalton Hengst of McDonogh School in Maryland is on a roll and the favorite to win the Manhattan Invitational.
Mount Tabor and Green Hope travel to the Manhattan Invitational looking to put NC on the map!
The MileSplit LIVE crew talks with New York webmaster Kyle Brazeil about the Manhattan Invitational
Check out the top meets to watch out for in The Weekend Preview.
Workout video with Green Hope as they gear up for the Manhattan Invitational with 12x800!
Four Nationally ranked programs are set to matchup, alongside three strong harriers on the top of their game.
The Green Hope (NC) High boys head into the Manhattan Invitational with high hopes.
Check out major results from this weekend in this edition of the Rundown.
Green Hope posted the best team performance in state history at Great American!
Some really stout competition is heading to WakeMed tomorrow for Great American!
Green Hope boys look to contend for a Hare & Hounds Team title despite resting most of their top 7. And can anyone stop Sarah LaTour and Cuthbertson?
Green Hope boys come in at #8 in MileSplit's National Rankings!
Check out our Flo50 number eight ranked team Green Hope (NC).
Green Hope returns 6 of their top 7, can they be the best team in state history?
Green Hope again will be back and contenders for the NCHSAA 4A Team Title.
Green Hope kicks off their 2017 without Coach Roger Collins for the first time since 2006!
Who leads the rankings from in the updated NCHSAA 4A classification? Can Green Hope score as many points as they are projected?
There's little question to who has the top 1600 squad if you're familiar with the current state of NC distance running, but the #2 team might surprise you.
What makes a 4x800m great? Or is the better question: when does a 4x800m become great?
Green Hope boys shattered the indoor DMR state record on Friday at NBIN, but what would NC's best DMR field look like?
See who the top returning teams and individuals are for the 2018 indoor season.
Green Hope returns a ton of athletes from last years State Championship squad, will anyone be able to prevent them from defending?
Can Green Hope repeat their NCHSAA 4A State Title from last season?
Three boys teams rank inside the top 15 in the NXN Southeast Region as they'll eye a team birth to Nike Cross Nationals.
Green Hope and Broughton were separated by just 1 point last week at the state meet, who comes in at the top spot on the team rankings?
Who has the best second 7 in the state of NC? One team comes in with a perfect score, and it shouldn't surprise you.
Who will come out on top of the NCHSAA 4A Team Rankings? The battle gets closer and closer every week!
Green Hope has a stellar junior class. 4 out of their current top 5 are juniors showing that they'll be strong for years to come.
Reed Blackman and Shannon Sefton added themselves to an exclusive list of runners who have been previously crowned Frosh/Soph Champions.
Ben Savino and Nevada Mareno repeated as individual champions in what has become the biggest attraction of Weekend 3.
Alumni Report from 8/31-9/8 with a featured interview from Green Hope grad and current UNC Charlotte runner Tom Nobles.
Green Hope loses a lot from their 2015 squad, will their tremendous depth will be able to fill the shoes that they lost?
Nevada Mareno won four events with two new state meet records
Top North Carolina athletes competing live on Saturday.
The former Green Hope star, part of the Falcons' 6 consecutive state championships, looks back on both phases of her running career.
The defending state champions tackle an 800m, 1000m, 800m, 1000m, 800m, 1000m, 800m workout at Bond Park in Cary, North Carolina.
North Carolina state cross country champion Elly Henes verbally committed to NC State today
Libby Davidson and Mitchell Resor won the individual titles in 18:09 and 15:21, as the Riverside (SC) girls defeat NXR-Southeast rivals Green Hope (NC)
After setting two All-Time Records and winning her second national title, Ryen Frazier lost the mile - to Nevada Mareno, giving NC a 1-2 sweep.
Ryen Frazier now ventures to the scene of one key aspect of her older sister's legendary senior year, as the younger sister continues to add to her own legacy.
Projected order of the 22 teams that will toe the line for NXN in Portland on Saturday
See how some in-state battles at State Champs have affected the Saucony Flo50 Rankings
In her second high school race in America, Eritrean born Weini Kelati (US #9), now running as a junior at Heritage High School in Leesburg, Virginia, took over the nation's capital at the DCXC Invitational in Washington DC winning the junior race in the day's fastest time by 14 seconds with a 17:45 5K performance.
The US #22 Green Hope Falcons (and their strong junior class) descend on the nation's capital for their first race in 3 weeks.
After almost a month of XC action, there are some shakeups in the Saucony Flo50 team rankings. Jimmy takes a look at some of those changes on the girls' side.
A list of the top 100 fastest girls cross country teams in the nation through August 23th meets according to 5K performances in the MileSplit database. Top 100 list will be continually updated throughout the season as meet results come in.
Another very early weekend of high school cross country action on the 4th weekend of August, but more momentum is building towards when all 50 states will be back to racing this fall. On Thursday, two high quality season openers were found in Colorado on the state meet course in Colorado Springs with the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede, while big names such as Conner Mantz and Lucy Biles debuted this season at the Highland Invitational in Utah.
A list of the top 25 fastest returning girls cross country teams within the states of the NXN Southeast Regional including Alabama, DC, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Pre-meet team rankings and preview for the 2013 Nike Cross Southeast Regionals by Brandon Miles of MileStat.com, a MileSplit US affiliate. A list of the top 10 ranked teams going into this meet which are competing at WakeMed Soccer Complex in Cary, North Carolina. Rankings took in consideration several factors to determine order including state meet performances, head-to-head matchups, speed ratings, history of team's post-season performances in past years, and projecting a team score based on their team's runners and displacers from others.
Conference, District, Regional and State meets are upon us and teams will begin resting up to compete well at their championship meets before gearing up for the post-season championship meets. Therefore the rankings haven't changed much this week with the exception of a VERY strong Davis squad moving up to #1 and a few more teams added to the watch list.
Simi Valley (CA) showed up big at the Clovis Invitational, winning with 60 points and the 6th fastest total team time average on the course! (Photo by Bob Binnie)
Green Hope seeks a fifth-straight 4A title, but the competition is as close as ever before, setting the stage for an exciting state meet.
Elly Henes and her teammates form the best young girls' team in the state, but can you guess who has the best batch of 9th- and 10th-grade boys?
It was a quiet week on the team front, but there were still a few fireworks on display.
Did you forget about the girls in green? Without even being at full strength for a single race this season, they still top the team rankings.
There is a long season still ahead of us, but if these two teams finish it up battling for the 4A title, it will be an exciting season.
Tom Nobles has the opportunity to develop into one of the state's best and lead Green Hope back to the state meet.
The Green Hope senior has completed her volleyball career, and now moves into a new phase of focusing on the pole vault.
Erin Finn dominated in MI! Montoya rips up state in AZ! Finn and Bos bring it in MI! Neale flies in WA! Hauger gets record 4th title in MN! (Photo by Pat Davey, runmichigan.com)
Christian Brothers Academy blasted a 12:44.54 team average for the course record. Edward Cheserek won in 11:58 and Mary Cain won in 14:03. (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
Included are the top 2012 U.S. girls’ individual and team cross country performances through August 25. (Photo - Ashley Erba, Warsaw HS, IN, #4 U.S. ranked.)
Three top-10 national powers squared off in an intense battle for bragging rights on a cool North Carolina morning.
Green Hope, Williams, Morgan, Graham, Frazier!
2nd at Maymont makes statement Photo courtesy of Frank Locascio, VAMilesplit
The 2008 McDonald's X-Country Festival at Maymont will not only help sort out who will be the favorites for state cross country titles this fall, but also who will be the runners and team seeing themselves racing into December in either Portland or San Diego this season. The Jamestown boys (Williamsburg, VA) have been racing at the Maymont Festival for years and this year's meet could be the most important as the top ranked team in Virginia and #2 ranked team in the Southeast region will be the squad which everyone else in the invitational division will be attempting to measure themselves up against and try to knock off the top ranked school from Williamsburg. The race for first among the top individuals should be even more exciting and wide open with five of the top six ranked runners in Virginia in the field as well as 12 of the top 15. Read more... Pictured left by John Herzog: Andrew Colley of Jamestown is the top individual returnee from the 2007 Maymont Festival as Colley placed 3rd in the invite field behind Peter Dorrell and Jason Witt in a time of 15:39.
The boys from Green Hope and Broughton traveled to the first ever Nike Team Southeast Regional. 16 of the top teams in the SE regional traveled to Hoover, AL for the regional. Green Hope pulled off a top 10 finish with their 8th place overall. Broughton, the 4A state champs, finished 12th in the race.
Photo: Ryan Hill winning last year's FLS meet. This weekend are two very large meets: the Foot Locker South Regional and the NTN Southeast Regional. One is right here in NC, and the other is in Hoover, Alabama. Two NC teams decided to race at the first ever NTN Regional in Hoover. Green Hope and Broughton are headed down south in the hopes to shock other SE teams and qualify for NTN Nationals. Should one or both of the teams qualify, they will keep the NC streak alive, as Chapel Hill has attended the National meet the last 2 years. Ryan Hill of Hickory looks to lead a very large NC contingent at this year's Foot Locker meet. He won the Regional last year and has hopes of repeating his victory.
The 5 Stage 8-Mile Relay was a great event as always. Meet Director Charlie Brown said this was the largest field in this meet's history. There were teams from Virginia, Tennessee, and South Carolina who made the trip to Hagan Stone. Results: Boys Race | Girls Race Photo Gallery: Boys Race | Girls Race | Individual Race | Middle School Race | Awards
EYE OPENER QUICK STATS: Ryan Hill wins. Mooresville's boys win easily. Roberson's girls take 3rd. Graham Davis wins Invite Race. WILMINGTON QUICK STATS: Nick Graw runs away in last mile. Broughton's boys win, Enloe 2nd. Providence girls defeat Durham School of Arts by 3. Andie Cozzarelli wins, 19:00. Will Taylor wins Varsity boys while Middle Creek takes team title. Danielle Hobbs wins Varsity girls and Providence Day girls take team win by 1 pt. over Sherando(VA). DURHAM ACADEMY QUICK STATS: Both boy's and girl's course records fall. Taylor Gilland runs 16:00 all alone and Michelle Lutz runs 18:45. 2nd places were 16:55 and 20:01. Chapel Hill wins both races. Photos courtesty of Keith Driggers, SCRUNNERS.com
Under tough conditions, Sun Valley's Will Taylor and Green Hope's boys were victorious. Kimberly Spano of North Mecklenburg and Providence's girls both took runners-up spots.
There were 4 Invitationals this weekend and all led to great performances.
Raleigh area cross country runners were fast last weekend at the Seahawk Invitational at UNC-Wilmington.
Photo by John Herzog With one of the strongest high school cross country fields in the Southeast region year in and year out, the McDonald’s X-country Festival at Maymont will once again deliver a top-notch event to its top-notch competitors this weekend in Richmond. “I would say it was stronger than last year,” says event director Dan Ward. “And last year it was one of the top meets in the Southeast. We have schools from 10 states and the District of Columbia. They’re coming from as far south as Georgia, as far north as New York and as far west as Colorado.” Ward points out that the McDonald’s X-country Festival at Maymont, which has signed up 125 teams with over 2,865 runners, an all-time record, will have more Nike ranked and bubble teams at the national, regional and state level than any other meet in the Southeast. Read on for full story...