Here are 10 athletes of varying degrees that we think are underdogs in their race but could place very high and even win the title.
Athletes. That is what this weekend is about, athletes and state titles.
It is regionals week! That means the state meet fields will soon be decided for next week's state championships in The Plains and Salem. Here is our updated table for the teams and athletes making the state meet.
These are the five biggest matchups of the weekend that you absolutely cannot miss.
Stay updated with all of the action at both state locations right here.
See here whose program has made it to the most consecutive state championships.
Hear all the interviews from this Saturday's winners right here.
Here is the coverage plan for this pre-state week. Check out all the planned articles for the week.
The finish lines at both of the VHSL State Championships will be streamed live
Here you will find links to both the top individuals in each classification and to virtual meets that feature just the 12 teams competing.
The "experts" at MileStat.com have made our selections for the individual and team winners this weekend. Check them out here.
Here are the official, 12 teams virtual meets for the class 4 state meet races.
Boys team merge of the results from all 6 class races run at two different sites for the 2019 VHSL State Cross Country Championships
For those unfamiliar and those just needing a refresher... here is everything you need to know about the state cross country courses.
Here are the official, 12 teams virtual meets for the class 6 state meet races.
Girls team merge of the results from all 6 class races run at two different sites for the 2019 VHSL State Cross Country Championships.
Here are the official, 12 teams virtual meets for the class 5 state meet races.
Here is the last thing they say before the gun goes off.
Here we look at the 2019 state meet favorites and see where they finished at states these past few years.
Seven teams and six individuals return to the state meet this year with hopes of defending their title while the rest of the fields are trying to changeup that history.
Check out the final forecasts for both state meets right here.
This year could be a redemption year both for teams and individuals who want to build on last year's performances.
John Champe senior and Furman commit, Bethany Graham, finally won her first state title in cross country on Saturday. She also ran the fastest time of the day on the Great Meadow course with her 17:43 clocking.
Here we preview the Class 6 girls' state meet based on where things stand right now.
This weekend there are quite a few records that we think could fall. Here are the records and streaks you should be watching.
Needless to say, this race is going to be exciting and without a clear favorite it is going to be hard to call even later in the season.
The class four girls are no joke considering they have more sub 19 girls (8) than any other classification this year.
Check out the awesome bird's eye view of the Great Meadow State Cross Country Course.
Check out the over 4,000 photos from VHSL States right here.
Watch all the state meet races from Great Meadow right here.
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