The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced Tuesday the state-by-state winners of its inaugural High School Coach of the Year award.
Raven Saunders talked with scrunners via Skype earlier this week about the sport, her travels and plans going forward.
The inimitable Raven Saunders clinched precious silver for USA at the Oregon 2014 World Junior Championships. A partisan Hayward Field crowd played their part, but the 18-year-old shot putter had to use everything at her disposal just to get there. (via spikes.iaaf.org)
Burke graduate Raven Saunders is listed on MileSplit's list to vote for athlete of the year.
Raven Saunders finished second in the shot put with a best throw of 54 feet, six inches. Tianqian Guo of China was first in 58 feet, 1 inch.
As the 2014 outdoor season wraps up, we look ahead to the top 50 girls returnees in the state for next year's outdoor season (2015).
As the 2014 outdoor season wraps up, we look ahead to the top 50 boys returnees in the state for next year's outdoor season (2015).
Riverside's cross country and track and field teams are holding an open house this Friday night to celebrate the installation of an eight-lane rubber track at the Greer school.
Burke alumna Raven Saunders is one of eight individuals selected to the MileSplit All-American Team in the girls shot put from the 2014 outdoor season.
Starting with the 2015 high school track and field season the prohibition of jewelry will be eliminated, the National Federation of State High School Associations announced following summer meetings.
Spartanburg rusher Tavien Feaster is the best junior recruit in the state. (via palmettofootballtalk.blogs.goupstate.com)
Raven Saunders is continuing her summer season this weekend at the Chicagoland Throws.
Over the last two weeks, 32 athletes have been competing in head-to-head competition for the honor of having the coolest name in elite running. And the winner is...Tripp Hurt. Tripp Hurt defeated Gretchen Speed 2,654 to 1,471.
It wasn’t a cheap trip, but Raven Saunders really wanted to be here. She’d earned her place, setting a national high school record with a throw of 56 feet, 8 1/4 inches earlier this year. That was the easy part. (via The Register-Guard)
Burke High graduate Raven Saunders added yet another title to her ever-growing list of accomplishments on Saturday night.
July 03, 2014 - July 06, 2014 @ Winthrop University in Rock Hill.
Part of our USATF Region 4 Qualifier coverage (via MileSplit)
Burke graduate Raven Saunders continued her winning season by capturing the shot put title at the USATF Championships. Saunders had a best of 55 feet, 10.25 inches.
USATF South Carolina is hosting the USATF Region 4 Championships starting Thursday at Winthrop University in Rock Hill.
Burke alumna Raven Saunders, indoor and outdoor national record holder, is competing Saturday in the shot put at the USATF Junior Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.
Former USC athlete Natasha Hastings talks about the season.
Briana Nelson is entered in the 400.
Jasmin Stowers is entered in the 100-meter hurdles.
Raven Saunders has been named the 2013-14 Gatorade National Track & Field Athlete of the Year (via USA Today High School Sports)
Is track and field really a professional sport?
Dior Hall takes girls 100 hurdles in 13.32 to hold off Jasmine Quinn (13.37).
Part of our USATF S.C. Junior Olympics coverage (via MileSplit)
You would never guess by watching him perform, that Porter-Gaud's multi-talented star athlete Brent Demarest is highly competitive. (via Post and Courier)
Ten Gamecocks combined to receive 13 Second-Team All-America citations, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) has announced. (via www.gamecocksonline.com)
Jessica Van Cleave from St. Johns, Fla. and Dylan Scott from Ninety Six as each has been selected as the two winners from this year's Brooks PR Student Reporter Contest as their video submissions and reporting skills have earned them an all-expenses paid trip by Brooks to join the Flotrack and MileSplit crew as part of our coverage team at the Brooks PR Invitational on Saturday