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Brandon Hudgins' blog: Surviving and advancing Apr 30, 2014

Many of you now find yourselves nearing the end of your season.  These last few races can make or break your season or career.  Now that can seem like a scary thing, but I'm here to remind you that it is not scary, in fact it's beautiful!  

PG's Salley takes AD job, Hugh Knight named head coach Apr 28, 2014

When the SCISA state track meet ends on May 3 at Heathwood Hall in Columbia, the Cyclones will have their first coaching change in 15 years. Hugh Knight, the Cyclones’ head cross-country coach since 2003, will take over the track and field team, as well.

Meet of Champions coming to S.C. this May May 3, 2014

High school level track and field athletes will have the opportunity to compete against top athletes from other state classifications and leagues in post season SCRUNNERS Meet of Champions this summer.

Salute to seniors for Class of 2014 Jun 16, 2014

Class of 2014 cross country and track and field athletes from the state that would like to participate in our salute to seniors interviews, please see the information and questions inside. 

SCISA: Porter-Gaud, Ashley Hall repeat as state champs May 4, 2014

COLUMBIA - The Porter-Gaud boys' track and field team could have been handed their fourth consecutive state championship trophy about an hour after the start of the SCISA Class AAA boys track and field championships Saturday. (via The Post and Courier)

SCA girls win 6th straight track title May 4, 2014

Spartanburg Christian Academy won its sixth consecutive SCISA 2A girls track and field state championship with a narrow 47-46 decision against Palmetto Christian on Saturday at Heathwood Hall in Columbia. (via preps.goupstate.com)

Highlanders girls repeat as runners-up | The State May 4, 2014

In Saturday’s SCISA 3A track and field championships at Heathwood Hall, things went according to plan for the host Highlanders’ girls squad. Heathwood Hall finished as state runners-up for the second consecutive year, behind champion Ashley Hall. (via www.thestate.com)

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