Near record performances at the Armory in NY and heavy hitting action around the state promise great times in the upcoming League meets.
Gavin Sherry blew up CT's indoor mile record at the Hispanic Games and Alanna Smith took the sprint title at the Freedom Games to light up the indoor season.
Louisa May Alcott published Little Women in 1868 when the running craze was just taking off for young men, and she told young girls they could join in too.
Sherry, Puffer, Bohlke, and Anthony finished off a dazzling XC season for CT with great runs at EastBay Nationals
Gavin Sherry is a popular pick to win Eastbay, but two higher rated challengers will test whether running at Nationals meets back-to-back has benefits.
The fifty states sent their top XC guys to the Virtual States Speed Rated Championships to see how they stacked up. Did CT make the podium in a banner year?
Gavin Sherry took the win at VCP to lead a pack of four CT guys who booked trips to Eastbay Nationals in San Diego.
Kelsey Chmiel, Katelyn Tuohy, and Alexandra Hays were the top 3 in the Wolfpack that hunted down NC State's first national championship.
The NYC area PSAL, AIS, and CHSAA ran their championships recently as did the Buffalo-area Monsignor Martin group. We have the highlights.
There were a couple of really high SRs at NE XC as some runners pushed their numbers way up.
CT runners excel at NE XC as the Green Wave girls swamp title and Sherry-Puffer-Sherry-Anthony-Bohlke take top 5 for guys.
CHSAA Intersectionals are set for a possibly wild and tempestuous Saturday at Van Cortlandt, with maybe results to match.
The top teams and runners from five New England states are headed for a showdown at Thetford on Saturday, and speed will be the name of the game.
We rank the top 30 teams in the NYSPHSAA and also recognize a top 10 from the CHSAA-PSAL-NYSAIS conferences.
The Sectional meets and most of the other conference championships have run their course, so now we look at how the teams stack up.
Two determined champions rose to the top on CIAC Open Friday to win championships, but how did they do it?
They came, they ran, they conquered. See the photos from the CIAC Open.
Watch all the videos from a fantastic day at the Open.
Teams ran for Class titles on Monday, and though there's no guarantees that the Open contenders will repeat those efforts, we show how they stack up.
Watch all the films from a fantastic CIAC Divisional meet.
The first teams get going for hot action in Sections 4, 9, and 10.
Monday morning blues are a thing of the past as teams gear up for big action in the Class races at the Divisional.
Class warfare is about to break out again on Monday, and it should all be a blast.
A relaxed weekend served as the opener for the frenetic weeks ahead.
The quiet weeks for the rankings are ending as we head into the time of Sectionals and big conference championships.
Heated league action set the stage for this Saturday's Class warfare.
Ridgefield won by a big amount on both sides of the FCIAC action as Katherine Rector and Ludlowe's Nate Cramer placed 1st.
In a weekend of light action, there was at least one key ratings boost.
Guilford and Xavier were tops at the SCC Championship, but there were lots of highlights in all the races.
In a week that was mainly quiet except at Burnt Hills, one class saw a lot of change at the top.