More coverage coming tomorrow and during the week.
COLUMBIA – Dreher High’s Savannah Bass ran well last spring at the SCHSL State Championships at Spring Valley, turning in a personal record while finishing sixth in the girl’s 800 meters, but that isn’t what sticks in her mind about that day.
Dutch Fork's Hope Whisman recaps her race at Eye Opener and advances her race at this weekend's SCTCCCCA Coaches Classic.
We take a look at Class A boys cross country over the past decade.
COLUMBIA – Former students, colleagues, friends, even his family knew George Washington Johnson, Jr. simply as “Coach.”
Stratford alumnus Sango Asante recaps his career as a Knight and what his future plans include.
S.C. USATF Master Official Norman Venyah gives an inside look of his experience serving at the Olympic Trials.
The South Carolina USATF association is holding its annual meeting this Saturday at Dreher in Columbia. The meeting starts at 2 p.m. Interim state president Tim Tyler talks about USATF in the state and the past year.
Eastside mathematically ranked first, Daniel second and Hilton Head third.
A look at the state and how runners fared with meets in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Christ Church, St. Joseph's and and Greer Middle College mathematically top three from 2011 results
Daniel boys win IB team title, Mauldin second. Wando girls second IG team, Landrum girls win CG
Riverside alumna distance runner Hayley Lyons talks about training for her first marathon in a weekly journal.
Lexington boys are mathematically the favorite Class AAAA team going into the season, based on last season's results and removing graduates. Mauldin is second and Wade Hampton third.
St. Joseph's, Christ Church and Southside Christian rank mathematically in top three in Class A girls
Jimmy Stephens, a longtime individual involved in the sport in South Carolina, talks about bringing a set of youth meets to the state to grow the sport.
Publish dates - 8/27, 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/5
Hilton Head boys first, Daniel second and Eastside mathematically third.
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.
The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association will use chip timing at two high school meets this fall.
Pendleton first mathematically, Landrum second and Waccamaw third.
Why is it that short runs often seem to drag on more than long runs? This always happens to me. I woke up this morning actually feeling relieved that I only had to run three miles today. After all, it’s only three, right? Somehow, however, the “only three” miles seemed to take centuries longer than even my slowest half-marathon. I mean, it’s totally mental. For a long run, I go out there, thinking, “See ya in a couple of hours, world”, feeling prepared as I immerse myself into the run.
Building a championship caliber cross country program at Clemson has been a process. Last year, the Clemson women enjoyed their finest fall season in nearly 20 years. (via ClemsonTigers.com)
We are happy to announce that the ES/MS Club Cross Country Challenge State Championship is confirmed for Oct. 20, 2012 at the Clemson University / Sandhills Research Center; also the site of the South Carolina State High School Cross Country Championships.
Liberty ranked first, Pendleton second and Bishop England third.
Tigers will hold pair of 5K races on campus beginning at 6 PM. (via ClemsonTigers.com)
The Coastal Carolina Invitational, cross country's home opener, has been moved from Friday, August 31 to Saturday, September 1. (via www.goccusports.com)
Cross Country Hosts Gamecock Invitational | Friday, Aug. 31 | 6:30 p.m. ET (Men) | 7 p.m. (Women) | @GamecockXC (via www.gamecocksonline.com)
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