Several close and exciting finishes to determine the individual race winners in Charlottesville including an incredible course record 18:02 performance by Ariel Karabinus of Osbourn Park as runner-up Katherine Walker of Brooke Point was also under the old course record in 18:13. Despite not having their usual #3 and #5 runners, the Osbourn Park girls dominated the field by a 67 point margin and team average of 19:14 on the Panorama Farms 5K course. Meanwhile, the Hidden Valley girls traveled all the way down to Nike South in Texas and left the Lonestar State as champions as they defeated the top teams in Texas by a 30 point margin of victory. In Florida, the Mountain View boys knocked off one of the top ranked teams from the Sunshine State by 9 points at the Disney Classic. More to come from this weekend's meets!
Welcome once again to all competitors, coaches, parents and also other relatives and friends along with just plain old supporters of high school cross country to the 17th Annual Glory Days Invitational at Bull Run Regional Park. Everyone involved in meet management is looking forward to another fine day of competitive racing with more than 2,000 runners representing 71 different schools expected to compete in one of the nine different races to be contested on Bull Run's approximate 5,000 meter (3.1 miles) layout.
List of teams for Saturday's Glory Days Grill Invitational to be held at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville, VA.