Perrin Jones talks about the Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run, sport and why he's not running in college.
South Carolina Track & Field and Cross Country News
In our final individual ranking of the cross country season, a familiar face finishes in No. 1
Spartanburg Christian's Michael Burgess talks about his senior season, Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run and the future.
The MileSplit LIVE crew will get together one last time before the holidays to recap NXN, Foot Locker, and then we'll talk with Cole Hocker and the Summit Girls
Riley Thome of Greenville Tech talks about the season, Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run and future.
Jaden Kingsley of Chapin talks about the Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run, what it means and the season.
SCTCCCA President Chris White talks about javelin and other projects of the association.
Academic Magnet's Colin Baker finishes eighth in 15:30.
Colin Baker is a perfect example of achieving a goal if setting the mind to it.
Javelin is now a track and field event recognized by the South Carolina High School League.
Clemson's track and field program is holding a boys and girls indoor invitational mile Jan. 19.
What's made Taylor Ewert a coveted dual-threat prospect in the race walk and distance running? Simple. Her work ethic.
Database top returners from 2018 outdoor season.
Guest column by Angie Dentler, mother of Jake Dentler
2018 Shrine Bowl Game Ball Run route total distance is approximately 33.5 miles.
In our latest episode of MileSplit LIVE, we discuss Nike Cross Nationals, at-large picks and regional races
Stay tuned for more coverage from Charlotte.
Full list of entries on ncrunners.com. Entries below are from before Friday registration.
Database times from Foot Locker South.
History based on information from athlete profiles.
Zack Langston leads with 9:07.27 in 2013.
Daniel O'Brien reeled in Colin Baker to clock 9:07 for the 3200m at the Hoka One One Dash For Doobie
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Cool temperatures + top talent = fast times at the 11th annual edition of what has become a North Carolina institution.
Make sure to watch out 2018 recruiting show on National Signing Day
All season, the Eastside boys cross country team had one goal: to finally bring a state championship back home. It had not happened since 1988.