Bay Shore NY came to the Spiked Shoe Invitational again, and dominated behind the 1st place finish of 2002 Foot Locker finalist Laura Cummings, and Scranton Prep took the Blue Division with 69 points. Maria Monks, Hazleton, won the girls Blue race in 19:29.
Virginia Tech men's and women's cross country teams begin the 2004 season at home this Saturday, Sept. 4 when they host Festival in the Fields at the Tech Cross Country Course.
Brian Fussell, a rising senior at Hayfield High School, posted the second fastest qualifying time in his preliminaries heat of the 800 meter run in the young men\'s division with a personal best time of 1:52.28 at the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympic Championships. Fussell, the 2004 AAA outdoor state champion at 800 meters, improved upon his previous personal best by a full two seconds (1:54.29). The finals of the 800 meter run will be held on Saturday, July 31st.
Day three at the fifth annual Ragged Mountain Running Camp started off with a morning run ranging from 30 to 40 minutes as it would be the campers only run of the day. The third day at Ragged Mountain Running Camp would be a day of rest from the challenging run of Sugar Hollow the day before as well as the camp relay race to be held tomorrow afternoon.
Northeast PA - Two US #2\'s at Lehigh Valley, plus Jordan Relays: Lindsay Regan and Frances Koons vault and race to US #2 marks; Allentown Central Catholic should challenge at States in the 4x800; leaping Jon Carelli, a Parkland soph, takes three at Lehigh Valley. More...
Virginia Tech director of track and field and cross country Dave Cianelli has announced the signing of Western Albermarle High School\'s Jessica Fanning to a national letter of intent today, May 11. The latest addition to this year\'s recruiting class will come to Tech as one of the top middle distance talents in the state.
Paint Branch Senior Toni Aluko has committed and signed with the University of Maryland. Toni has received WASHINGTON POST ALL MET honors multiple times and has captured State indoor/outdoor titles in HJ and TJ. She is a Nike All American as well. She chose Maryland after closely considering Stanford, Florida, Howard, and Ohio State. Toni will attempt a triple crown this outdoor season (HJ,LJ,TJ)
Anna Carpenter of Giles (19:06) and Ben Traynham of Floyd County (16:46) were the superior runners at the Maroon Tide Invitational with convincing wins of a Single A class majority field. Carpenter set a new course record, but her efforts were not
Things hadn't been going so well for Keith Moffatt and Bonnie Meekins as they neared the end of their final prep track seasons. Yesterday at Sports Backers Stadium, things changed. Moffatt cleared a state-meet record 7 feet, 3 inches in the high jump, and
Alex Tatu, it seems, prefers challenges to championships. The Thomas Dale junior, one of the top prep milers in the country and the state champion indoors at 1,600 meters, has decided to skip his specialty in the Central Region outdoor meet today and tom
Jermaine Gilliam saved his best for last, and Briana Smith won four individual events as Manchester swept the team titles Wednesday in the Dominion District outdoor track meet at Clover Hill High School.
Kippy Keino ran unchallenged, and Stewart Ackerly took some challengers down as Fork Union rolled to a fourth consecutive Prep League outdoor track title yesterday at Woodberry Forest.
Billy Boulden won both weight events, and J.R. Benton won the triple jump and ran a leg on the winning sprint relay as a well-balanced Benedictine track team captured the State Catholic outdoor championships by more than 90 points Saturday.
Thirty-four events. Twenty-four current state leaders. Seven national champions indoors. Finals only, under the lights.
Millrose Games miler Kippy Keino went three-for-three to lead host Fork Union to the Prep League indoor track title Saturday at the Estes Athletic Center. In the League of Independent Schools meet, young multi-event talent Katie Doswell was the difference
St. Catherine's girls look to count on distance squad once again in hopes of earning their fourth straight League of Independent Schools title.
As competition begins Friday afternoon in the Central Region Indoor Track & Field Championships, most of the big guns in the region will be aiming for the 25 event finals scheduled for Saturday at the Arthur Ashe Center. And in a two-day competition that
Not since 1995 has a team other than Atlee won a boys or girls Capital District indoor track team title. And despite the performance of a small group of Armstrong girls, the pattern of Raiders dominance wasn
In a meet loaded with fast distance runners, John Piersol, Matt Wolak and Julia Siegel put on a show. All three set meet records - Piersol got two - but in Saturday
Meet officials experimented briefly with a novel method for scoring the Central District indoor track championships Thursday at the Ashe Center, listing the boys and girls point tallies combined. Though the error was soon corrected, co-ed scoring would h
Six straight district championships and a 50-point lead toward No. 7 should have ended the drama Wednesday at the Arthur Ashe Center. Only someone forgot to tell the girls from James River. The Midlothian boys, similarly deep in the longer races, had muc