Royal Mitchell, an alumnus of the SCSDB won the 100 in Paralympic record time - 10.98 seconds and won the gold in the 400 three days earlier.
The Wendy\'s Invitational took place this Saturday at McAlpine Park in Charlotte, home of Footlocker South Region. 53 photographs are now online for viewing from the meet. More photographs will be added during the week.
The Wendy\'s Cross Country Invitational is taking place this Saturday at McAlpine Park in Charlotte. McAlpine Park is also the host facility of the Footlocker South Regional Meet, that is set for Nov. 27.
Joe Fierova, chief photographer for scrunners.com was onsite at the Sparkle City Invitational held on the property of Dorman High School. Nine photographs are now online from the awards ceremony.
This past weekend, Clemson hosted their annual invitational, held on campus. The girls ran a 5K. This meet counted twice for South Carolina teams. The NCAA counts the Clemson Invite as an actual meet, and then takes the teams from South Carolina and scores them as a smaller meet.
The 2004 Clemson Invitational took place on Sept. 18. The day\'s events consisted of two collegiate races and high school races. 10 photographs are now online for viewing only.
Dyestat.com released NTN rankings today. Spring Valley High School, recently ranked 10th in the preseason poll, moved to eighth.
The Sparkle City Invitational took place on Sept. 15 at Dorman High School. 12 photographs are now online for viewing only.
Heather Koziel, scrunners.com assistant college administrator recaped several college meets from the weekend of Sept. 11.
Jack Todd, meet director of the Eye Opener and employee at the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind (SCSDB) is heading to Athens for the Paralympic Games. Joining Todd in Athens is Royal Mitchell.
The SCTCCCA released their first regular season poll today. The first two major meets took place the past two weekends. The state meet is set for Nov. 6 at Sandhills Research Center, changed from Fort Jackson\'s Hilton Field due to weather damage on the grounds.
The 2004 Coaches Classic took place on Sept. 11. The meet scheduled for Hilton Field at Fort Jackson took place at Sandhills Research Center in Columbia due to weather damage on the property of Fort Jackson. 24 photographs are now online for viewing from the meet.
The University of South Carolina and track and field head coach Curtis Frye announced Wednesday the new addition of pole vault coach Rusty Shealy, of Cayce, SC.
At the request of Ft. Jackson, because of damage done during a tornado, the 2004 Coaches Classic and State Championships will be run at the Clemson Sandhills Research Park in Columbia.
The Coastal Carolina University athletic department has announced the hiring of Jeff Jacobs as the new head men
Kate Niehaus, a junior at Spring Valley, state meet record holder and two time Footlocker finalist was interviewed by Ricky Quintana on the NSSF website earlier this week.
Cross Country in South Carolina is officially underway with the 21st Annual Eye Opener taking place on Sept. 4 in Spartanburg. 35 photographs our now online for viewing only from the meet.
The Eye Opener starts the regular weekend season of cross country Saturday with collegiate and high school races scheduled to take place.
Kate Prichard, a sophomore at Mars Hill College was named SAC Women\'s Runner of the Week, announced by the SAC office on Aug. 30.
Spring Valley High School\'s boys\' cross country team is ranked 10th in the Nike Team Nationals (NTN) preseason southeast poll. The list was released on Aug. 20