scrunners followed Riverside coach Eric Cummings during an early morning course setup. Watch the video.
South Carolina Track & Field and Cross Country News
Database results merge from Sept. 9 weekend.
Database boys results merge from Sept. 9.
Race videos coming tonight.
Jessie Crowley of Riverside, Coen Roberts of Greer boys has fastest times going into the meet.
Andrew Castano talks about why he started running and his role on the Riverside team.
Virtual meets for Saturday's high school races.
The SCTCCCA announced the status regarding this weekend's Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic.
Alumni highlights from Sept. 2 weekend.
The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Track and Cross Country Coaches Association released their first regular season rankings Tuesday. New this season in the rankings includes combined overall rankings.
scrunners.com will have coverage all week leading to Saturday's SCTCCCA Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic.
More weekend coverage coming, including Eye Opener race videos and interviews.
The 2017 Eye Opener in Spartanburg serves an early season opportunity for 2,752 runners from 81 schools throughout Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Follow updates here tomorrow.
Palmetto coach Micah Roberts talks about the Palmetto team during his sixth year of coaching.
Sam Gilman talks with scrunners about Hilton Head and goals. Gilman has the top time this season.
Powdersville coach Libby Holliday talks about what winning a state titles for the season ahead.
scrunners.com will have more coverage all week. Onsite both Friday and Saturday.
A look at meet history as the 2017 meet nears.
A look at meet history as 2017 meet nears.
scrunners.com be onsite Friday and Saturday. College is Friday and Saturday is high school.
MileSplit unveils a new interface to our Meet Manager portion of our free Online Registration offering
Part of a series as we prepare for Eye Opener. More coverage all week.
Check back for more coverage all weekend.
scrunners.com will have coverage all weekend. Use #schsxc on social media for updates.
The all-time national high school leader in the 800m writes a letter to his younger self