Check out the all-time great performances and those that repeated them right here.
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Check out the comparison here for the girls' top 500 times at both of these historically fast and competitive XC meets.
The prep for cross-country greatness starts now with MileSplit's official 5K training program brought to you by Olympic coach Ryan Ponsonby. Check out weeks 5-8 now.
At New Balance Outdoor Nationals this year they rose to a new level.
Check out the top 500 times, all-time from two of Virginia's fastest XC courses. This includes Third Battle and MileStat.com XC.
Here is your chance to be featured in a stand-alone article on MileStat.
Check out these rankings from 2016 and see what 2017 very well could look like.
That inside scoop garnered him some great insight this season where he was the first to report that Potomac Senior's Donovan Louis was dropping football to focus on track.
Be ready for some big performances and maybe in the next couple years we will see another girl from SW VA going under 17:00.
Check out this awesome race from 2016.
The final chance for the class of 2018 to shine is this year and it should be a big one.
My greatest moment would have to be finally achieving All-State medals in all three seasons.
Their junior year was nothing but competitive, tough, rainy, and of course fast.
We might have actually won if the Lyles brothers weren't racing too!
I had a great race and I was so honored to wear my uniform on my home course one last time.
Oscar Smith senior Peter Smith, better known as Sneaky Pete and the 6A State XC Champion, will not be defending his title this year.
There was big chance at history happening back in 2014.
My greatest moment while competing in high school was definitely breaking sixteen seconds in the 110m hurdles.
Loudoun Valley graduate and adidas athlete Drew Hunter scored a meet record in the men's 3K at a meet in Donegal, Ireland
The class of 2018 took over XC last year but this year could be even bigger.
A lot of amazing things happened during my time as a Statesmen, all of which I am very proud of.
The 2016 XC season was nothing short of momentous for the class of 2018 boys. It saw Price Owens make the Foot Locker National championship and Peter Morris, Peter Smith, and Karl Thiessen winning state XC titles.
I would say my greatest moment in competing in high school was my last meet this year.
Freshman year was solid but sophomore year for the class of 2018 was nothing but a big shock to the upperclassmen. This year saw numerous all-state finishes and eight guys breaking the 16 minute barrier.
A lot can happen in just four years of high school XC. There are definitely some ups and downs and even major plateaus too. Here is our look back at the now senior boys and how the class of 2018 has been changing over the years.
The quartet of Schwers, Davidson, Browning, and Murphy led from the gun and never looked back en route to their first national title in the distance medley relay.
Here are the definitive class records for the State of Virginia.
Check out these awesome photo galleries from the 2016 XC States.
In true patriot fashion we wanted to focus on the red, white, and blue today. Here are the top 25 boys all-time from 10 powerhouse school's whose colors are red, white, and blue.