The Quaterfinals of the MileSplit NC Clash of the Classes is live!
Articles with Leesville Road
Announcing MileSplit NC Track Madness to see what is the most popular North Carolina State Record
Pole Vault star McKenna Brunick committed to UNC earlier this year. Brunick has battled adversity over her two and a half years as a vaulter, but hasn't let anything stop her.
Who were the best girls in cross country from 2010-2019? Who were the athletes and top program of the decade?
A loaded field of North Carolina boys are set to battle at WakeMed tomorrow.
The 4A Boys Team and Individual titles are anyones for the taking.
Leesville Road's depth is going to be keep to a successful 2018 cross country season
Leesville Road should return a strong top 3 this fall, but will look to improve at 4/5 this fall.
Timara Chapman took down the North Carolina Heptathlon State Record at New Balance Outdoor Nationals!
John Tatter (R.J. Reynolds) and Green Hope have massive targets on their back heading into the NCHSAA 4A State Championships.
Meet preview for the 34th Annual Greensboro Invitational
Leesville Road might have the most potential in North Carolina, but will have to prove it this fall.
Connor Lane and Nevada Mareno are recognized as Gatorade Cross Country Players of the year for the 2016 season!
North Carolina had an excellent day at Foot Locker nationals as two athletes placed in the top 10 with one runner-up finisher!
Noor Hasan has had a very consistent cross country career for Leesville Road and only got into running during her sophomore season.
Nevada Mareno finally took over the state lead and the the top spot of the NCHSAA 4A Rankings yesterday!
Updated Saucony Flo 50 Individual Rankings. Gamble posts another strong performance moving him up in this weeks rankings.
Leesville Road return a strong 1-3 (and a really strong 1 at that) and are very close to being
National indoor mile champion Nevada Mareno is fresh off her first summer of XC training and ready to lead her Leesville Road High School teammates to an NXN berth
A North Carolina athlete won the Girls Championship Mile in record time - but it was not the one predicted
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.
Lance Bullerwell and Carson Ellerby pace a Leesville Road team that depends heavily on depth and pack-running for success.
Taylor Hemming made it to the 4A state meet individually; this year, she wants to bring her Leesville Road teammates along.
There was a 3rd meet this past weekend. It was held at SAS Soccer Complex and hosted by Apex HS. Many of the Raleigh area teams took part and they turned in find performances. Check out the breakdown of the top teams.