MileSplit and scrunners.com has now served the high school running community for over 12 years. The network’s precursor was founded as the casual hobby of a high school junior back in 1997 and MileSplit itself was launched from a college dorm room in 2001. It has since grown to become the primary information source for high school cross country and track & field for the majority of the country.
Liberty ranked first, Pendleton second and Bishop England third.
Pendleton first mathematically, Landrum second and Waccamaw third.
Hilton Head boys first, Daniel second and Eastside mathematically third.
Eastside mathematically ranked first, Daniel second and Hilton Head third.
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.
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.
Athletes of the year are based on input from an unnamed panel and information solely from 2012 track and field outdoor regular season.
Stratford alumnus Sango Asante recaps his career as a Knight and what his future plans include.
Riverside graduate Natalie Dopp and mother Gail Dopp talk about Natalie being up for a national volunteer of the year award and working after high school as an individual with special needs. Dopp ran for the Riverside track team and volunteers at Meals on Wheels in Greenville. To vote, go here https://apps.facebook.com/americanvolunteer/entries
Photographs by Robin Syfert for scrunners.com
The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association will use chip timing at two high school meets this fall.
COLUMBIA – Former students, colleagues, friends, even his family knew George Washington Johnson, Jr. simply as “Coach.”