St. Joseph's Ava Dobson appears primed for a strong ending to her senior season.
Articles with Porter Gaud
"Legend is a gifted track athlete who is not scared of hard work. His races are fun to watch and I look forward to continuing to watch his development as an athlete."
SCTCCCA final poll released after state meet.
COLUMBIA — Up three flights of stairs into Heathwood Hall School’s main athletic facility, Judah Ellison and his father, Morris, are greeted by a navy blue sign with bold white (via Post and Courier)
Porter-Gaud coach Hugh Knight gives a perspective on the Cyclones, his coaching philosphy and more.
When the SCISA state track meet ends on May 3 at Heathwood Hall in Columbia, the Cyclones will have their first coaching change in 15 years.
Watch practically any high school cross country or track event in the state and chances are the name of at least one, and more often several, SCISA-member schools and their student/athletes will be mixed in with their peers on the public school side at or near the top of the final-results list.
Porter Gaud coach Hugh Knight shares how he became a coach, training philosophy and balancing other responsibilities.
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)
COLUMBIA - The Porter-Gaud boys' track and field team could have been handed their fourth consecutive state championship trophy about an hour after the start of the SCISA Class AAA boys track and field championships Saturday. (via The Post and Courier)
When the SCISA state track meet ends on May 3 at Heathwood Hall in Columbia, the Cyclones will have their first coaching change in 15 years. Hugh Knight, the Cyclones’ head cross-country coach since 2003, will take over the track and field team, as well.
Porter Gaud's Brent Demarest ran a new personal best of 8 minutes, 29 seconds in the 3,000-meter Penn Relays championship event Friday night in Philadelphia.
S.C. high school level athletes accepted into Penn Relays.
Porter Gaud's Brent Demarest talks postrace about Foot Locker Nationals.
Porter Gaud senior Brent Demarest finished out his high school cross country career with a 28th finish at his second Foot Locker Nationals.
Brent Demarest talks about choosing to attend University of Virginia and other colleges he considered.
Porter Gaud's Brent Demarest has committed to the University of Virginia, his coach told scrunners.com tonight.
Porter Gaud senior Brendan Ward talks about his involvement in the sport, goals and the future.
The two JV runners were talking fast--possibly faster than they had run earlier in the day. "Did you hear that both of those guys just broke the course record?" The other nodded. Sorry, kids--this is McAlpine Park. The meet record for the Hare & Hounds Invitational went down on Saturday, and the top two runners both notched the top marks for their home states (S.C. and Ga.) so far this season.
CHARLESTON – Larry Salley found his way to the track by way of a compromise.
Porter Gaud distance runner Brent Demarest talks about training, his coaches and his motivation.
SCISA distance runners Logan Morris (Spartanburg Christian) and Brent Demarest (Porter Gaud) were named 2012 runners of the year by Gatorade.
Runners of the year are chosen by an anonymous panel from cross country meet results for 2012 season ending with the state championship.
Porter Gaud's Brent Demarest finished 25th out of 39 finishers at Foot Locker Nationals earlier today at Balboa Park in San Diego.
CHARLOTTE -- Porter-Gaud's Brent Demarest qualified for Foot Locker Nationals with 10th place time of 15:06 at Foot Locker South today in McAlpine Park.
Runners chosen by anonymous panel in each part of state after reviewing results from last week. Runners of the week presented by go-green events.
More weekend coverage coming. PG's Brent Demarest ran school record 15:33 on fast course Crooked Creek Park during the Lake Murray Invitational, no. 3 in S.C. for this season. Mann's Laura Miller ran a state season top time of 18:07 for the win.
Porter-Gaud captain Layne Mather talks about Saturday's SCISA Championships and leading up to his final meet as a Cyclone.
scrunners.com managing editor John Olson is posting updates on his first experience to the Armory in New York.
CHARLESTON -- Brent Demarest had a good year in cross country, dropping his personal best for the second straight season and winning his second straight SCISA championship, but his coach thinks the sophomore’s best years are still ahead.
COLUMBIA -- It was nearly a Lowcountry sweep at the SCISA state cross country championships Saturday at Heathwood Hall. As expected, Porter-Gaud dominated the Class AAA boys division, rolling to its second straight triumph by a commanding 55-point margin, and sophomore Brent Demarest b... (via www.postandcourier.com)
Porter Gaud boys are favored to win the SCISA AAA meet with an almost perfect 18 points, according to a virtual meet.
SUMTER -- Nine meet records were broken Saturday during the SCISA Championships at Memorial Stadium.