Despite only having 9 girls returning from last year, East Chapel Hill could put together a very storng top 5, but they'll have little room for error.
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Ryan Brady was a revelation last fall, and he wants to lead East Chapel Hill back into the top 10 in the 4A state meet.
The East Chapel Hill senior has been throwing his best this winter, but is also thinking about expanding his repertoire.
Today we have a boys team looking to stay in the top 10 overall, and a girls team that gets back a vital cog in their return to prominence.
Cool weather and a fast course combined for one of the best weekends of cross country ever in North Carolina.
The Tatnall girls are back to defend their Maymont title from a year ago as the top ranked team within the Southeast region. In the invitational girls division with Tatnall will be many of Virginia’s top ranked teams as well as strong squads from California, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Virginia's #1 ranked team Blacksburg will hope to gain a victory at Maymont as a springboard to a Nike Cross Nationals berth, which has been the season end result for many past champions at Maymont.
Tons of great racing this weekend. Take a look at the recaps from each meet. Fastest time ever by NC girl, Wesley Frazier, 17:05.09!
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
Antonio Sales signs with the University of South Carolina Gamecocks.