Spartanburg Christian distance runner Logan Morris talks about the 2011 upcoming season and summer training. Morris finished first in the championship girls 2010 Eye Opener.
Current results from 19 meets of national importance from around the nation. More to come all weekend right here on MileSplit!
Boiling Springs senior distance runner Sage Kosiorek has a personal best 5,000-meter run of 15 minutes, 37 seconds. Kosiorek won the 2010 international boys race at Eye Opener. Read more inside about Kosiorek and his running career as a Bulldog.
BOILING SPRINGS -- Boiling Springs cross country coach Steve Olejnik describes team member Sage Kosiorek as a student of the sport.
SPARTANBURG -- Heading into this cross country season, Logan Morris said one of her goals this year was to finish a 5,000-meter run under 19 minutes early in the season "and then see what happens from there."
Hilton Head junior Jack Manesiotis talks about his upcoming season and goals.
GREENVILLE -- Dorman coach Jerry Kimbrell was named Shrine Bowl Run assistant coach today at the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association summer cross country meeting.
Dutch Fork senior distance runner Roland Hakes talks about how he started running and summer training. Hakes is the defending Class AAAA state champion.
Spartanburg Vikings senior Anna Todd talks about her final cross country season at the high school level and summer training.
scrunners.com is starting a boys and girls runner of the week, presented by Go-Green Timing and On On Tri.
Emma Jennings (Byrnes) wins in 19:55
Lexington distance runner Meri Heneage talks about running cross country for the Wildcats. Heneage is the fifth top returner in the state.
Chris Kling's introduction to the sport of track and field wasn't exactly a pleasant experience. As a freshman at Timken Senior High School, Kling ran the 800 and threw the discus, but it was a relay that left a sour taste in his mouth.
Boiling Springs' Sage Kosiorek wins in 15:48.
Athlete profiles will only be available to subscribers starting Aug. 1, scrunners.com announced May 17.
GREENVILLE -- The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Association announced Christ Church coach and Class A association vice president Rodney Adamee as hall of fame inductee.
Boiling Springs' Sage Kosiorek and Spartanburg Christian's Logan Morris have been named scrunners.com Runners of the Week, presented by Go-Green Events and On On Tri.
The Dorman girls and Lexington boys are ranked no. 1 out of all classifications in the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association preseason poll released today.
Molly Foster (Tenn.) wins International girls in 18:42.
The 28th annual South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind Eye Opener meet starts Friday at The Roger Milliken Center in Spartanburg.
SPARTANBURG -- After serving as the head coach of the Spartan men's and women's track & field and cross country programs for five seasons, leading the programs into NCAA Division I, starting the track & field program from scratch, and enjoying a tremendous amount of success, Jimmy Stephens has announced that he is stepping down as head coach of the programs at USC Upstate effective Sept. 5. (via www.upstatespartans.com)
Boiling Springs' Sage Kosiorek runs 15:48 international boys winning time
Outgoing USC Upstate coach Jimmy Stephens talks about his reasons behind stepping down at the university.
Second poll released Sept. 6, 2011.
Christ Church's James Quattlebaum wins 5K run.
SPARTANBURG -- The 2011 South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind Eye Opener meet at The Roger Milliken Arboretum will move to a two-day meet this September.
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