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Who has the best 1-2-3 punch in NC, we have a lot of contenders.
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All of North Carolina's Boys Outdoor Track & Field State Records
Who were the best boys in cross country from 2010-2019? Who were the athletes and top program of the decade?
The 2019 Nike Cross Southeast Regional will once again be held this weekend at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina gathering the top high school cross country teams as well as many of the top individual runners from the Mid-Atlantic to the Deep South states.
This weekend saw the completion of the first Nike Cross Nationals Regional, plus more amazing results from state championships
Championship races thrived on mild conditions pumping out some fast times. photos by Marc Logan
A loaded field of North Carolina boys are set to battle at WakeMed tomorrow.
Jack Rooney had a huge junior track season and has already shown to be super fit winning the BaySix Jr/Sr 3k
Tommy Delaunay's top 10 individual girls for the upcoming cross country season!
The 4A Boys Team and Individual titles are anyones for the taking.
From 1998 through 2017 what boys program sits atop the NCHSAA State Championship Boys Team Rankings
The boys field is absolutely loaded with over 8 different runners that could come out victorious this weekend.
Broughton will return possibly the best 1-5 pack in North Carolina as they return a squad lead by three seniors this fall.
Ryan Brown breaks Kalib Wilkinson's (North Mecklenburg) 2K Steeplechase State Record!
John Tatter (R.J. Reynolds) and Green Hope have massive targets on their back heading into the NCHSAA 4A State Championships.
All your individual and team winners for North Carolina's Conference Meets!
Van Cortlandt Park has been home to many a great performance, and we have them all, ranked through the Top 100.
Broughton boys are obviously at the top of the rankings after an impressive Jungle Run performance, but who else are ranked high in the boys team rankings?
Broughton lose 4 of their top 7 from last fall, but are going to be as strong as ever this season.
Broughton returns a team that's capable of being a podium team in November, but have a lot of girls who don't run track leaving questions of how strong they'll be out of the gate.
After a massive week of racing and coverage, who were the most impressive performers from this last weekend?
Broughton and Green Hope battled over 16 laps resulting in a new North Carolina State Record!
The guys from Broughton (NC) ran a new US No. 6 mark in the 4x1600m Saturday to win the Bojangles' Apex Lions' Relays.
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?
In a week with a ton of teams rising to the occasion, we want to know who had the best overall team performance from the NCHSAA State Championships last Saturday!
Who will come out on top of the NCHSAA 4A Team Rankings? The battle gets closer and closer every week!
See where your team ranks when you combine all the classifications in NC!
Broughton still holds on to the top spot despite losing to Green Hope at Great American
Broughton is hungry to restart their state title streak that ended in 2015, and they return just as strong as ever for this fall.
Broughton lose 1 of their top 5 from last season, but have a lot of question marks and also potential heading into the fall season.
Check out the first update to the National Boys XC Team Rankings since Pre-Season!
Overcast skies and sporadic rain in the morning greeted the 1,800 harriers who ventured to the12th Annual Knight’s Crossing at Green Hill Park in Roanoke County.
Leadership from veteran runners like Peter Millsaps helps the program to maintain lofty expectations from season to season.
Mary Grace Doggett and Sammy George also are tearing it up for NC State, along with several other former NC prep runners.
The future is bright at Ardrey Kell, the only school with two girls on this team (one sophomore and one freshman).
Watch the championship boys race video from the 2014 adidas XC Challenge in Cary, North Carolina which South View (NC) High School's Phillip Hall repeated as meet champion at WakeMed with a 15:12 5K performance. The Broughton boys were impressive as well with both their squad and Hall certainly as US top 25 ranking bubble candidates based off their first month of race performances.
E.C. Glass sophomore Libby Davidson had a incredible runaway individual victory with her time of 17:36 becoming her new 5K PR, but more importantly shattering the meet record by 24 seconds at the Knights Crossing Invitational! The defending Virginia 4A state champ is definitely a runner to look out for on the rise as a potential Foot Locker Nationals qualifier out of the South Region.
A list of the top 100 fastest boys 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.
A list of the top 25 fastest returning boys 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. However, a few squads are already firing up the furnace for post-season action.
Christian Brothers Academy (NJ) rolled again this weekend to retain their perch atop the rankings and add to their legend, by winning with 90 points and a course record 12:44.34 team average. But that's not all!!
US #11 in the Saucony Elite 50, US #2 in the MileSplit database, and a season-long fixture at #1 in the North Carolina rankings.
York (IL) made a huge move to score the #3 spot with an impressive win at the Palatine Invitational with 49 points, a 15:02 average and a 48 second spread!
Wyatt Maxey and Ian Milder are getting some recognition nationally, along with a few other North Carolina runners.
Broughton's Jeremy Brown is already one of the state's best runners, regardless of grade level, and is only getting better.
The 10th annual Knights Crossing Invitational was one of the best ever in meet history with a meet record going down and some of the deepest team and individual fields with national ranked caliber squads and teams and likely a good share of this season's state champions in-state and out-of-state among several Southeast Region states. Check out our meet coverage with more coming on the way!
A restrained spring season hurts Broughton in the composite rankings, but the returning 5K lists leave little doubt about the top 4A team.
Megan Sullivan helped lead Broughton to 3rd place in the 4A state meet, but the 3 girls behind her were seniors.
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)
Video Preview of the top runners and team at the Trinity Invitational
Included are the top 2012 U.S. boys’ individual and team cross country performances through August 25. (Photo - Andres Arroyo, Colonial HS, FL, #13 U.S. ranked.)
Getting close to the top now! Last year's 4A boys champs are here, plus a girls' team with a good shot to win this year's 3A title.
Today's spot in the rankings reveals a boys' program on the way back to past glory, plus a girls' team with real power up front.
St. Xavier is ranked #21 in the XCNation.com Postal 3200m National Rankings.
Midlothian (VA) swept the team titles, but NC's boys took command of the individual race in their turn to shine.
Two big guns compete in the college race tonight, while the best boys' field so far this fall squares off tomorrow.
Like many other Cross Country teams around the country, Broughton's boys team set goals at the beginning of the season. Usually the team sets 3 goals, but early on this felt like a different season. The team decided to set a 4th . . . "the season ends in Oregon," said Coach David Christian. This Saturday, Broughton HS will compete at Nike Team Nationals in Portland, Oregon. The team earned this right by finishing 2nd at the Southeast Regional held in Cary last weekend. Nike puts on quite a show for the athletes. Here are some of the perks of being a national qualifier: meet Nike sponsored athletes paid flights for team decorate team vans rock star status, includes hospitality suite new team uniform and warm-ups
It was a nasty day in Charlotte for the 30th Foot Locker South Region races, but a beautiful day for the ladies from North Carolina. 2002 was the last year a girl qualified for Nationals, but today two of them did. Kimberly Spano of North Meck finished in 8th place running 17:36 and Adrianne Soo of Durham Academy ran 17:39 for 10th. Kimberly Spano (left) & Adrianne Soo (right) qualify for San Diego. (photo: Hovis) Hovis Photo Gallery Broughton's boys finished 2nd at the Nike Team Regional held at WakeMed Soccer Complex in Cary. They finished behind Jamestown High School from Virginia, 115 to 155. Blake Askin led Broughton with a 10th place finish. (Photo: User BelenXC) Foot Locker Seeded Results: Seeded Boys | Seeded Girls NXN Results: Boys Championship | Girls Championship
Team and Individual Winners from 2008 Tanglewood Invitational Boys Championship Individual Winner: Reidy Jones Broughton 16:05 Boys Team: Broughton Girls Championship Individual Winner: Kimberly Spano North Mecklenburg 18:34 Girls Team: Cardinal Gibbons Boys Invitational Individual Winner: Steven Bollinger Olympic 16:43 Boys Team: Charlotte Catholic Girls Invitational Individual Winner: Kristen Stout Hendersonville 19:54 Girls Team: Marvin Ridge Boys Open Individual Winner: Scott Morgan Calvary Baptist 17:20 Boys Team: North Carolina School of Science and Math Girls Open Individual Winner: Kristina Witcher Carrboro 20:13 Girls Team: Carrboro Boys JV Individual Winner: Liam Stott Chapel Hill 17:38 Boys Team: Broughton Girls JV Individual Winner: Kelly Maw Cardinal Gibbons 21:19 Girls Team: Cardinal Gibbons [Updated with race summary of all Varsity Races]
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.
This week's Coaches Poll sees some big changes in all of the classifications. The Adidas Seahawk Invitational really shook things up this past weekend, especially among the 4A schools. The next poll in two weeks will have a new twist. Coaches will also be voting on a North Carolina top 15. So coaches, pay attention to all classes! Next weekend, a brand new feature to Milesplit.US & NCRunners.com should help shed some light on the top teams in the state. It is an overall team ranking based on athletes who have met the NCRunners.com standard. Speaking of the standard . . . tonight I went back through all the results up to now and and added in many new performances. The new NCRunners.com standards are 18:00 and 21:30. I'm trying to include more athletes and you will see how it pays off in the team scoring next week.
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
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.
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...