Lambert captures the Eagle Cup with balanced performances.
1200 runners will compete at one of the toughest courses in the south at the Milton XC Invitational.
The Eagle XC teams traveled for the 3rd time to the prestigious Knights Crossing Invite in Virginia.
A sweep of the team races highlighted the Eagles first meet of the 2019 season
Nation-leading Girls triple Jump highlights 2-day meet of 28 schools. pictured is Morgan Bentley of Brookwood. photo by Dennis Blanco
Here is a preview of the 2019 Milton Showcase from Coach Andy Carr.
6th Milton Cross Country Invitational was dominated by South Forsyth as they win 4 of 6 contested races. photo by Daniel McCauley
For the first time in 7 years, Milton will host its invitational meet, with a quality field of 23 schools from all over the state.
Cross Country Team finish 5th at Regionals as Eagles conclude season
Georgia-based schools & top-individuals continued to dominate the results at the 45th running of this iconic race on the Furman University golf course.
Milton Sweeps at Fulton County Championships.
The Fulton County Cross Country Championships will be held for the sixth consecutive year at Milton HS beginning at 7:45am.
Milton squads sweep titles at Bob Blastow. Sam Bowers goes 15:00, Yanek 15:01. photo by Angie Butzow
The 10th Annual Milton T&F Showcase did not disappoint as seven stadium records fell on the boy's side and three stadium records went down in the girl's competition.
The Eagles nest will be the site of the 10th Annual T&F Showcase meet at Milton High School this weekend
Strong wire-to-wire individual race wins in all 4 races for Milton and one team's 3-time sweep of the team titles highlighted the racing on this iconic course.
One, of if not the hardest course in Georgia, yielded some of the fastest times ever and showed that a home course advantage can prove fruitful for the host school. photo by Rob Rose
On Saturday, September 17, Milton HS is set to host the Fulton County schools Cross Country Championships.
Twenty-One teams converge on Milton stadium to contest this annual invitational that has grown in stature and reputation over the last few years due to great early season performances. The two-day meet will see races at many non-traditional high school distances and showcases many relay and field events along with a great mix of sprint and distance races that give many athletes the opportunity to try something a little different.
With three individual girl qualifiers for the National Championship meet, a team title in the seeded girl’s race & a strong 3rd place in the boys seeded race, Georgia was well represented at the Foot Locker Cross Country South Regional race
Milton swept the Team and Individual titles in Region 5-AAAAAA Saturday morning at Boling Park in Canton. The "Region of Doom" reared it's ugly head at the Region 5-AAAAAA boys race as a 6th-man tie breaker ended up deciding the 4th place team that qualified for state at Carrollton.
The venerable Boling Park course will host one of the “Regions of Doom” Saturday with the running of the 9-team region 5-AAAAAA meet.
The 43rd edition of this event was a wet one with steady light rain throughout but that did not deter over 40 schools coming to compete on the storied golf course at the campus of Furman University in Greenville, SC. Georgia teams again had the upper hand with all team winners and individual race winners representing Georgia schools.
Schools from six states converge on the Furman University Golf Course this weekend for the 43rd running of the Gene Mullin/Furman Invitational in Greenville.
Schools from six states converge on the Furman University Golf Course this weekend for the 43rd running of the Gene Mullin/Furman Univ Invite in Greenville, SC.
Milton High School senior cross country & track & field athlete Riley Burr has verbally committed to attend Furman University in the fall.
Milton teams win 5 of 6 team races to capture Best Overall Program as a new course record is set at the Fulton County Schools Cross Country Championships at Milton HS.
For the 4th year in a row, Milton High School will host the Fulton County Schools Cross Country Championships on one of the state’s toughest cross country courses, this Saturday, 7:45am.
The final day of competition saw 11 new stadium marks set/broken (after 7 were shattered on Day 1) and a tight team battle between host Milton (1st-113 pts) & Westlake (2nd-112.5 pts) on the boys side and a dominant win by the Lady Lions of Westlake (1st-164 pts) over a surprising North Springs squad (2nd-85 points) and day one leader Johns' Creek (3rd-62 pts) & Milton (4th-46 pts).
After Day 1 and all the field events are in, the boy's meet is showing one team with a commanding lead and another waiting in the wings but do they have the fire-power to make a run at the title?? The girls meet is turning into a two-team affair with the battle for 3rd amongst 4 schools all with scoring chances on the final day of competition!