Throwback to Cameron Ponder's NC#2 All-Time 4:04 Mile at Music City Distance Carnival
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Frances Whitworth brings three years of experience towards what should be a strong senior campaign.
Jacob Gallant will be the preseason favorite for the 3A individual title, but he could be the states overall best when it's all said and done.
Tommy Delaunay's top 10 individual girls for the upcoming cross country season!
Ashley Tysiac's top 10 individual girls for the upcoming cross country season!
7 freshman to keep an eye on after impressive starts to their high school careers.
From 1998 through 2017 what boys program sits atop the NCHSAA State Championship Boys Team Rankings
All your team and individual conference champions from NCHSAA & NCISAA schools
One of the legends of the sport in the Northeast, it's no surprise Edward Cheserek (St. Benedict's Prep) is the fastest athlete to ever test the backhills of Van Cortlandt Park.
Mount Tabor lost three of their stars from graduation, but are going to return a team to fight
Cameron Ponder clocked a US#1 Mile of 4:04.24 at the Music City Distance Carnival!
Cameron Ponder earned his second North Carolina Indoor State Record of the season running 4:11.57 in the Mile at Camel City Elite
Cameron Ponder breaks one of the oldest state records at the VA Showcase with a 2:27.37 1000.
Believe it or not, this year's installment looks even better! Check out why we think that right here.
Watch Mount Tabor's Cameron Ponder break away from a tough field to win his first state title in 15:19
Check out what's going down across the country this weekend in this edition of the Weekend Rundown.
Here's some of the biggest action happening across the country in the boys state championship races.
Cameron Ponder has committed to Furman University.
Is there a fourth team that'll contend for a NCHSAA 3A Team Title?
All your individual and team winners for North Carolina's Conference Meets!
The Girls Course Record & the Girls 5-Man Average both went down, while the CHSAA Boys got their first Individual win ever.
Mount Tabor and Green Hope travel to the Manhattan Invitational looking to put NC on the map!
Four Nationally ranked programs are set to matchup, alongside three strong harriers on the top of their game.
Much of the day's action at Van Cortlandt Park will be devoted to the letter races, and there are great matches on hand for all.
Wendy's Invitational is going to be one of the best meets of the year!
Mount Tabor returns a really strong top 4, but can they find a 5th man?
Mount Tabor returns their entire top 5 from last year and pose a threat to their 3A competitors.
After a massive week of racing and coverage, who were the most impressive performers from this last weekend?
With Mt. Tabor moving down to 3A next season, it gives a defending team and individual champion a much tougher task at hand in defending their current titles.
Tabor loses three of their top 5 from 2015, but return a lot of strong pieces that'll make Tabor a force once again this season.
Mt. Tabor returns their top 5 from 2015, and hope they can keep everyone healthy this fall.
Watch US #1 ranked Drew Hunter start off his 2015 cross country season with a new meet record time of 15:12 at the Oatlands Invitational, which is the largest and deepest invite in the state of Virginia.
Former Mt. Tabor star Michael Ellis has found his gear at Appalachian State.
Ian Milder, a senior distance runner from Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina impressed in front of his future college coaches and teammates as well as rolled out a US #1 time for 3200 meters in a 8:53.99 victory in the invitational high school 3200 race at the Raleigh Relays held on the grounds and track & field facility of NC State University on Friday night.
The Mount Tabor senior exploded onto the running scene during his junior year, and gives the credit squarely to his coach.
It's a classic battle between Reagan's tightly-packed depth and the front-running power of Mount Tabor, and the outcome is anyone's guess.
Kayla Montgomery took over the top spot in the rankings with a gutty performance in the heat at McAlpine.
Deja vu? These two friends already had one epic finish at McAlpine this season, and this weekend could produce another.
Kayla Montgomery returns to McAlpine with many goals, and one of them might be reasserting her candidacy for best scholastic runner in NC.
Mount Tabor has had an outstanding start to the season; how high will the Spartans climb in the rankings?
These two guys still hold the top spots with times that are almost a month old, but the arrival of cooler weather might usher in a wave of big times.
Ian Milder has his eyes on an individual title, and in so doing he helps to boost Mount Tabor's rebound from heavy graduation losses.
Kayla Montgomery has overcome so much in her career - defeating her opponents and leading her team is no problem for her.
One school occupies the 12th slot in the rankings for both boys and girls, though they took very different paths to get there.
Cool weather and a fast course combined for one of the best weekends of cross country ever in North Carolina.
The New Bern boys are one of the best teams in the country when you begin looking at the very best in each event. When you score all the results found in the NCRunners database, New Bern comes out well ahead of the 2nd place team Mount Tabor. Check out the team scores . . . Photo (Jeff Sides): New Bern claims the 4x800 title at the 4A State Champs