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Articles with Myers Park
Myers Park return 6 of their top 7 runners and bring in a big addition that could be their top guy this fall.
6 sophomores that had a big breakthrough on the track during their sophomore indoor seasons.
Joshua Brockman is one of several nationally-ranked NC athletes hoping to defend home turf against top competition from SC, FL, GA, and TN.
Two Time High Jump All-American Addie Renner commits to UNC!
Myers Park girls have major upside after having 10 sub 5:50 returners on the track last fall lead by 5:06 miler Cora Cooke!
Kenya Livingston and Addie Renner bring home their second All-American performances of the year in the high jump
Kenya Livingston, Addie Renner and Morgan Smalls took 3 of six All-American spots in the High Jump at NB Indoor Nationals!
Addie Renner had a huge day taking down a college field in NC#3 All-Time 5-9.25!
All individual at team advances from todays NCHSAA Regionals!
All your individual and team winners for North Carolina's Conference Meets!
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?
Myers Park looks to contend for a NCHSAA 4A West team title returning a group lead by 5 senior runners.
There was tons of great action the the Queen City Relays yesterday, but we narrowed it down to the 6 best races of the meet!
Story Gourley has been a huge part of Myers Park's success this season and leads a strong group of senior girls for the Mustangs.
Myers Park returns a strong top 7 only losing 1 girl from the 2015 squad that finished 6th at the 4A State Championships.
The future is bright at Ardrey Kell, the only school with two girls on this team (one sophomore and one freshman).
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)
For the first time since well before the Webmaster George era, girls in a different shade of green occupy the top spot.
Mary Prouty may be ready to become a #1 runner, but it is the close pack behind her that will drive Myers Park.
At #5 we find two teams with significant depth but lacking front-runners, both programs with significant histories of success.
The Myers Park girls are very strong as they cover all the running events. Meanwhile, Butler relies on their field event studs to score their points. Two strong teams, but neither ended up on top at the 4A State Meet. That was won by the 3rd place team in these rankings, Southeast Raleigh. Just shows you, these rankings are simply for fun! Photo (Jeff Sides): Myers Park's girls won the 4x800 with a US #7, 9:11.20
North Carolina XC should be very strong this year. There is a chance we could see some of the toughest competition ever in all the classifications. Here you will find your resources for checking out who the top individuals are coming back in each classification and who may be the top teams. Photo: Last year 4A State Championships . . . many return.
Interview with Coach John Cline. John has done a wonderful job putting Myers Park back on the map. I'm sure he will build on the successes that Coach Janet Pung as already had at Owen HS.
First week of action in the Nike Team Nationals Southeast Region included races from pre-season ranked boys (SE#10) and girls squads (SE#9) from Chapel Hill as both won their opening races of the season in impressive fashion, while other bubble teams made names for themselves such as South Carolina\'s Mauldin girls.