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The Mid-East Cross Country Championship is a race where all-star teams of top seniors from Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan get a chance to race each other . Kayla ran one of her best Kayla Scott Takes 7th at OHSAA State Meet. Class A boys results and the single class results from the boys meets up until IHSA Boys AAA State Cross Country Results (Present) Boys AA · Boys AA IHSA Boys AA State Cross Country Results (). New York State XC Meet Recap F-M Boys, Saratoga Girls Win New York State Titles Tuohy rebounds from knee injury to beat Chmiel by 18 seconds.
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Along with the two teams from each region that make it to NXN, Nike will also take the next five individuals from each region and they will also be able to compete in the same race, just without a team. The FLCC has been one of the most prestigious high school cross country races since the s. The competition[ edit ] In the past, Nike has selected 20 teams from around the nation to compete in the NTN meet, which typically was held the first weekend in December Nike Team Nationals is preceded by Nike Pre-Nationals in late September.
These selections were based on regional and national rankings updated weekly during the fall cross country season. Teams were selected on "Selection Sundays", typically following the finish of state meets. There were eight regions across the country: In addition, four at-large teams were selected, which could be from any region. Starting with the fourth NTN meet, however, the entry procedures changed; New York became its own region due to the girls' teams over the years dominating the meet see belowraising the number of selected teams to Also, regional meets held in each of the regions except for California; will use end-of-season performances now guarantee the top two finishing teams invites, most likely due to complaints about how a team should have gone, but didn't.
New York was originally going to use the top 2 teams in the Federation Meet, but it was changed to also have a regional meet. This upset some fans, and cause some teams to skip the Federations meet to prepare for the NTN regional.
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There will still be four at-large teams chosen by the NTN committee, in addition to the top two teams from each region. The event is held in the second weekend of December in Portland, Oregonat the Portland Meadows thoroughbred racing track.
The race features a man-made five-kilometer course that is completed with three loops, following European cross country tradition. The venue has an enclosed 3,seat grandstand, allowing spectators to see the whole race, unlike normal cross country meets.
Wyatt is the fifth middle school boy to win the individual league title and Chloe is the third middle school girl. Chloe's time of Sophomore Nicole Tennison was also victorious in the junior varsity race, covering the course in The boys were led by Imani Daniels' second place finish and the girls claimed the top five spots to earn a perfect score of Complete results are available here.
The middle school boys had one of their best races of the year, led by two runners in the top five and complimented by a very tight pack from runners The team took first place, and many of the middle school boys were awarded red LU Invitational t-shirts for their top 25 efforts.
The middle school girls rebounded in a big way from last week's 3rd place finish, placing all five girls in the top 7 and narrowly missing their lowest score of the year with 19 points.
Chloe Palmer won the race individually with a time of Like the boys, many of the middle school girls were awarded t-shirts for their top 25 finishes. The high school boys won the team title, placing four runners in the top Jarrod Genther ran a gutsy race to win the individual title, and senior Aaron Robertson ran the best race of his career, claiming 10th place with a time of The guys team ended the regular season with three consecutive invitational wins, leaving the team as hungry as ever for some postseason success.
The high school girls finished in third place. They were unable to manage the same amount of team success as the week before, but they still enjoyed many strong individual performances that will help them greatly with postseason meets on the horizon. Kayla Scott won her individual race by around 70 seconds, and Kelly Henderson enjoyed her best meet of the year with a 21st place finish. The boys were given a huge boost from 5th man Jason Appel and 6th man Nick Brady, who powered their way to top 25 finishes on the sloppy and rain soaked course.
The high school girls took 2nd place in the most painful of fashions, matching Sheridan's first place score of 69 points, but missing out on the win by a tiebreaker. The girls still had plenty to be proud of despite the near miss, including Kayla Scott's individual victory, a tight spread of under 30 seconds from runnersand a slew of personal record times across the board. The middle school boys finished 2nd place to familiar foe Sheridan.
Wyatt Gardner and Imani Daniels both placed in the top 6 to pace the team. The middle school girls endured their first losses of the season, finishing 3rd place with 85 points in the field of 12 teams.
Dover placed four girls in the top nine places to seal the win with 41 points.
Cassidy Long led the team with her top 10 finish. Thank you to all of the parents and fans who came to support the team on such a wet and cold day! The boys also enjoyed a fantastic day of racing, finishing fourth in their team race. There were 30 scoring teams in the girls race and 28 scoring teams in the boys race, making this the largest meet that either team will compete in all season.
All seven finishers in the girls varsity race finished in the top 23 places out of individuals as the girls team topped 2nd place Granville by 68 points.
Boys Cross Country
Chloe Palmer won the race individually for the seventh time this season in as many tries. All four individuals in the reserve race finished in the top 26, including a 6th place finish by Capriona Pafford, her highest finish of the year. The boys placed five runners in the top 45 of the varsity race to finish with points.
Wyatt Gardner won the individual title for his sixth win of the season. Four individuals medaled in the reserve race top 25led by Robert Moore's 3rd place finish. Complete results can be found here when available.
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The middle school teams, racing for the first time in 11 days, quickly shook off any signs of rust with strong wins in both the boys and girls races. Chloe Palmer and Wyatt Gardner won individual titles in their races, and a slew of Indians earned medals with their top 25 performances. The high school teams won titles by effectively working on packing strategies and closing speed in the last mile.
Kayla Scott and Jarrod Genther won their respective races, while 10 girls competitors and 10 boys competitors earned medals with their top 25 finishes.