Next up in the scrunners series presented by Go-Green Events is the Starlight Reservation Run.
Articles with Dorman
Next up in the scrunners series presented by Go-Green Events is the Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic this Saturday.
The five-time defending state champion Warriors claimed another notch in their belt with a 52-86 victory against Hillgrove in the International Girls Division at the Eye Opener.
The SCTCCCA is releasing the team pre-season poll leading up to Eye Opener. Meet the 6th ranked overall teams.
The SCTCCCA is releasing the team pre-season poll leading up to Eye Opener. Meet the 8th ranked overall teams.
The SCTCCCA is releasing the team pre-season poll leading up to Eye Opener. Meet the 9th ranked overall teams.
Dorman knows its road to a second straight 5A state championship will be more of an uphill climb.
Several teams and individuals caught my eye during Saturday's meet for exceeding expectations. Step inside to find out who impressed!
Two teams with big goals for the 2018 season will square off against top NC, SC, and TN teams at one of the state's great early-season meets.
Ian Kimbrell hopes to one day have the same success that his dad, Dorman girls cross country coach Jerry Kimbrell, has enjoyed over the past dozen years.
Reader photos submitted by Morgan Kimbrell Photography.
Saturday's Dorman Distance Elite Mile boys race includes five runners from the top 50 of 1,600-meter runners from 2017 rankings.
Dorman coach Bobby Urban and distance runner Wynn Johnson added an Elite Mile to the Feb. 24 Dorman Distance Carnival after discussing how to generate early season excitement.
Dorman's Wynn Johnson was named state Gatorade Boys Runner of the Year for cross country today.
Wynn Johnson talks about the sport and college decision.
Alex Umberg talks Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run, the season and future.
Runners of the week after SCHSL championship weekend.
SCTCCCA final poll released after state meet.
Dorman thrower Jordan Massey talks about his top discus ranking in the state and future goals.
Results posted. Race videos coming next.
Philip Quillen talks about running, the Shrine Bowl Run and future.
Dorman's Wynn Johnson dropped a 12 second PR and the seeded section of the boys 3200 at the Taco Bell Classic with a 9:18 victory. Watch his breakthrough moment!
Dorman coach Jeff Buys talks about why he became a coach, the sport and being a SCTCCCA Hall of Fame inductee.
Alina McDonald set her goal high coming into the Spartanburg County track and field meet.
AUBURN, Ala. – It’s been nearly six years since Marcus Rowland’s remarkable sweep of the 100 and 200 meters at the Taco Bell Classic, running what would be the second fastest 100 among all U.S. high school boys in 2008.
Dorman senior Madyson Coggins talks about her last cross country season as a Cavalier and the upcoming Shrine Bowl Run.
Some would say that Ashley Hrubala and Madyson Coggins are joined at the hip.
Otis Harris Jr., a gold and silver medalist in the 2004 Olympics and a former South Carolina standout, has been named the new girls track and field coach at Dorman High School. He replaces LeShun McGreer, who stepped down in June.
Dorman High School has gone to Appalachian State University for cross country camp for as long as we can remember. This is our sixth year going. It’s a four day camp full of running and fun activities. Boone has many great places to train which allows us to experience a different scenery.
Spartanburg alumnus and now coach at Spartanburg Christian Steve Conway talks about the past and present with cross country and track and field.
Dorman alumnus Ryan Jank recaps his running career and what he is doing presently.
Dorman alumna Stephanie Buffo talks about running a zombie run in Charleston and what her life now consists of.
Lexington girls are mathematically the favorite Class AAAA team going into the season, based on last season's results and removing graduates. Wando is second and Dorman third. Class AAAA boys next and then other classifications.
Mauldin alumna Alyssa Kulik (Clemson) won the North America-Central America and Caribbean Under-23 Championships steeplechase in 10 minutes, 21.04 seconds.
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.
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.
Dorman alumnus Chad Palmer talks about his roles as an intern at the Michael Johnson Performance Center in Texas.
Different running strategies do not stop siblings Katie and Charlie Inclan's teamwork on and off the course.
Dorman senior Brandon Easler talks about his final season as a Cavalier and the future. Easler started to run his freshman year.
Dorman rising senior cross country and track and field athlete Hope Rosenlund talks about attending the NFHS National Student Leadership Conference in Indianapolis, Ind.
The Region 2-AAAA Championships at Dorman has been rescheduled to Monday, meet director and Dorman coach Jeff Buys announced today.
Meet ends, Daniel girls win team title after tie breaker. Luke Lovelace and Mary Kate Dubard run fastest time of day.
Jank runs 5,000 in Eugene, visits Pre's Rock
Eleven new stadium records at Sandlapper Classic (West Ashley), five new meet records at GSP Relays (Dorman).
Former Dorman runner diagnosed with cancer
Longtime friend passed Nov. 9, 2006, diagnosed with round-cell sarcoma. Singlet symbolizes friend\'s impact
Meet taking place at Dorman, along with Region 2-4A
When Spartanburg Christian Acadent student-athlete Hannah-Lee Fitter searches for motivation, she looks to Dorman track and field team leader Stephanie Buffo.
Hannah-Lee Fitter is a member of Spartanburg Christian Academy\'s cross country and track and field teams. Fitter talks about her training and role model Stephanie Buffo.
Stephanie Buffo is a junior at Dorman HS. Buffo talks about her recovery from injury, motivation, future plans in the sport, and SCA\'s Hannah-Lee Fitter.
In the week leading up to the marathon, my main focus was just to run easy and make sure my legs were fresh going into the race.
My name is Stephen Sykes. I am an alumnus of Dorman High School and currently a freshman at N.C. State University. This is a recounting of my training for the Myrtle Beach Marathon.