Mann senior Kate Borowicz finished 39th overall in the girls Foot Locker South seeded race Saturday at McAlpine Park in Charlotte.
State entries for Nov. 29 meet at McAlpine Park in Charlotte on footlockercc.com. Race day...sc.milesplit.us will be onsite today.
From the Greenwood Index Journal: The cross country team has been cut, and the school is looking at other possible savings programs, such as library subscriptions, professional association dues and the publication schedule.
scrunners.com is interested in offseason training, competition and travel journals of cross country and track and field athletes. Click inside for more details and also how to submit track and field meets from the state for the 2009 season, including the MileSplit.us online entry system.
Daniel sophomore Sinead Haughey, coming off a fifth place finish at the state meet last Saturday, finished second out of 19 runners at the Charger's Post Season Tune-up in Charlotte earlier today.
USATF S.C. Association is hosting the 2008 cross country championships Saturday morning at the Roger Milliken Center in Spartanburg. Also scheduled is a masters race at 9 a.m. Meet registration is available in the morning.
Woodmont junior Aaron Ramirez's title in the Class AAA boys state cross country meet was not only his first, but the school's first in cross country Ramirez said in an e-mail Wednesday to scrunners.com.
Poll released Nov. 11
Click inside for Saturday individual and team winners. More coverage coming today and tomorrow, including photo galleries, video interviews and race videos.
Shrine Bowl Run coach Scott Barefield announced the 2008 Shrine Bowl Run team Saturday at the conclusion of the South Carolina High School League State Championships.
Woodruff senior track and field athlete Amy Simpkins was named Wendy's Heisman state winner for girls, according to the official Web site.
Click inside for live video link, starting at approximately 8:30 a.m. Eleven hundred and 93 athletes made up of 119 teams are scheduled to compete in Saturday's South Carolina High School League Championships at Sandhills Research Center in Columbia. The top 15 finishers in each race are named all state. Editor's note: Article under development. Photo by D. Keith Driggers for scrunners.com.
Dutch Fork senior Niki Klasnic talks about Saturday's race goals and her final track and field season, as well as the future.
Broome sophomores Cody and Meredith Frye talk about being coached by their dad and being on the same team.
Wren juniors Alex and Amber Kellum talk about encouragement as both look to achieve their best in cross country.
SCISA member school Hammond School athletes Stacy and Kelly Claytor discuss their start in the sport and future.
Live finish line video is scheduled for Saturday morning from the South Carolina High School League State Championships at Sandhills Research Center, scrunners.com announced today.
Jim Ryun, the first high school athlete to break the four minute mile, is speaking in Spartanburg Friday evening. Jim Ryun, the first high school athlete to break the four minute mile, is speaking in Spartanburg Friday evening.
Daniel sophomore twin sisters Jessie and Katherine Dickey talk about running for the Lions and how they became involved in the sport.
Spring Valley's Matthew Johnson talks about running cross country for the first time with twin Michael.
Hillcrest seniors Ashley and Rachel Runyan talk about running, who they admire and the future as they prepare for graduation in 2009.
Dreher sophomore Allyson Hill talks about running in her family and up and coming runners at Dreher.
Travelers Rest twin sisters Cecilia and Michelle Brown discuss being on the same team and goals.
Mann senior twins Emma and Kate Borowicz discuss the beginning of their running careers and being on the same team.
Wando seniors Alyssa and Jessica Brown talk about their final cross country season and preparing for the track season. Photo courtesy of Marie Domin.
SCTCCCA poll released Tuesday
Rock Hill senior Hannah Robinson talks about her goals for the state meet Saturday and role in the running community.
Hanna seniors Amanda and James Dortch talk about their final season as Yellow Jackets and the future. Photo by Frank Grand for scrunners.com.
First year runners Caroline and Erica Gleason talk about their future in the sport and their first season. Photo by Suzan Woodard for scrunners.com.
Hillcrest eighth grade cross country runners Austin and Brady Buffum share thoughts on the future in the sport, how they started and having an older brother on the team.
Click inside to see complete results and qualifiers from Saturday's qualifying meets throughout the state. Article under development. Photo credit: D. Keith Driggers