At 10:00 AM, the first gun fires on the biggest day of the fall season, as 8 individuals and 8 teams will be crowned champions.
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The last time a school that did NOT have green as one of its primary colors won a 3A title, it was the 2010 boys race.
It's important to look good in your uniform, but it's more important to make sure you're following the rules.
Malia Ellington has more than just her individual title to run for; can she help CSD bring home a team championship, too?
The Mitchell senior has had a distinguished career, but the most impressive things about him are things you can't see from watching him race.
Can Jeremy Brown lead Broughton to yet another title? The database predicts a very close finish in the boys' team race.
Lexi King leads a field with no sub-18 runners coming into the meet, but it's a safe bet that won't still be true by Saturday night.
Can Nicholas Walker power Science & Math to another championship? The database says yes, but it still has to be earned on Saturday.
The database projects Research Triangle as a narrow winner, but the scores are so close in both genders that it's a toss up.
Elija Inuwah is a contender for the individual title, and he powers a CATA team that looks like the best in 2A.
Myers Park's girls reached another level with an impressive regional win, and South View's boys are back at full strength.
Even without Megan Vaughn, Cardinal Gibbons was impressive - thanks in part to Amanda Wiggenhorn's improvement.
Gray Stone Day continues to assert itself as a title contender, while CSD's girls had an impressive run in the mountains.
As we find out results for each regional throughout the day, we will update with individual champions, top four teams, and individual advancers.