Lexington's Blake White talks about committing to Winthrop and joining high school teammates Colby Coulter and Drew Harris as an Eagle.
Runners of the year are chosen by an anonymous panel from cross country meet results for 2012 season ending with the state championship.
Gaffney track and field coach Aaron Anderson died Tuesday night, the school's cross country coach Bill Conley told scrunners.com.
Spartanburg distance runner Evie Tate talks about her college choice and the 2013 outdoor season.
Greenville Tech Charter's Ben Sessions talks about his decision to attend Spartanburg Methodist College.
CLEMSON – In one sense, the Geer family will have come full circle by the time son Matthew hands the game ball to the referee next weekend, prior to the start of the annual Shrine Bowl football game in Spartanburg.
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USATF South Carolina told scrunners.com that the organization with help of Myrtle Beach has won its bid for the 2014 USATF Junior Olympic Cross Country National Championships.
Hilton Head's Jack Manesiotis has committed to University of Florida, his family told scrunners.com tonight.
Mann distance star Laura Miller talks about her recent college decision.
Four days and too many empty pie plates later, I’m back in Charlotte, preparing for the 15th week of marathon training. I’m definitely starting to feel mentally burnt out, which I know is just a part of the challenge of running a marathon.
Spartanburg's Nate Gordon talks about commiting to Georgetown. Coming later this week: Mann's Laura Miller talks about committing to Furman.
The Shrine Bowl Run coaching staff released an updated route for the Dec. 15 Shrine Bowl Run that runs from Greenville to Gibbs Stadium in Spartanburg, a 33-mile course.
Gaffney track and field coach Aaron Anderson was injured in a car accident and is intensive care, Gaffney coach Bill Conley said in a statement.
COLUMBIA -- Twenty-seven senior distance runners were named to the 2012 Shrine Bowl Run team.