The release of the entries list on Monday put an end to the speculation regarding who will compete on Friday, but it still left many questions unanswered.
Mansfield delivers as several state records fall.
Mansfield will need the help of their relay teams to pull away from Newton North and Lincoln-Sudbury.
Several meet records are in jeopardy as we watch some very impressive athletes try to win multiple events.
All 13 events were needed to decide both team championships as Old Rochester and Newburyport win close ones.
The Pembroke girls win a close one and the Bishop Feehan boys successfully defend their title.
Greg Boursiqout sets an All-Time MA record in the 55m hurdles and the Mansfield Boys win by 58 points!
Newton North and New Bedford win as several meet records fall.
Will Bromfield rule the relays......again?
Division 3 has some high powered teams, elite distance runners, and amazing field event depth.
Division 2 features several state leaders and one national leader. Photo by John Keklak.
An inside look at all 13 events from the Division 1 championships.
Keep up to date with the latest news from all the league championship meets. Photo by Henry Finch.
Bernard Lagat set a new American Record for 2 miles with his run of 8:10.07. Lukas Verzbicas (Sandburg IL) ran a time of 8:43.24, just off the national record for US#3 All-Time! (via MileSplit United States)
Foot Locker All-American Billy Orman commits to run for the Crimson. Photo by Margot Kelly.
135 MileSplit Elite marks and 9 new state leaders.
Crevoiserat and Schoedler win Junior Mile races. Photo by Henry Finch.
BOSTON (Jan. 27) –Adding a wrinkle to its traditional Junior Invitational Mile races, organizers announced that the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix will feature a team scored Junior Boys’ and a team scored Junior Girls’ mile race. (via www.nbindoorgrandprix.com)
Jon Raduazzo may not have the traditional build of an elite sprinter, but he certainly has the talent. A featured series by Drew Beck.