The Class acts are now finished, and the Open question now is who's best in Connecticut?
Led by some guys sporting the top national marks and a bunch of other stars getting set to star on Saturday, the Bay Staters are ready to make the MIAA rock.
Katelyn Tuohy's first big race outdoors in her 7th grade season was run in darkness at Red Raider Relays 2015, but it was an eye-opener to what was clearly a very bright future.
The big questions got answered at the CIAC state championship with the Hall guys and Bloomfield girls taking top places and the team titles.
They showed their class last weekend and now they're ready to show who has the best constitution at the CIAC state championship.
MileSplit.com had plenty of race video coverage at last week's CIAC Championships with footage from the Class L, Class LL, Class M, and Class S Championships. Below we highlight some of most exciting races from the week!
The 2018 XC season is gone but the memories and rankings remain strong.
With the 2018 XC season now officially over, we put a wrap on the final placements.
The NY Alumni posted big efforts at NCAA D1 and D3 Nationals meets in Wisconsin, and one of them helped capture a team championship.
The CHSAA is heading for its standard showdowns at Van Cortlandt Park this Saturday, but the top varsity finale will be a four-way fireworks show.
The NYC public schools of the PSAL are getting ready for a Saturday morning rumble at Van Cortlandt Park in a very strong year.
The independent-minded teams of the AIS will be engaged in the major action of Marathon Sunday morning at Van Cortlandt Park.
The stage is set for the big postseason matches after a week that saw many of the top teams easing into the tempo for the hard competitions looming ahead.
After a fairly light weekend for XC, New York heads for some titanic battles at county and regional meets this week.
Three large meets last weekend set up the rankings before the final postseason push into the county meets and sectional championships.
The slugged it out at Manhattan, Burnt Hills, and Alden Bulldog, and for the survivors there were some nice movements in the rankings.
On the weekend before Manhattan, enough big stuff was happening around the state and down south to stir up some intrigue for some intrigue for the coming postseason.
Quieter but still far-flung action was bubbling in the XC cauldron last weekend, but this Saturday the Manhattan pressure cooker will be blasting at Van Cortlandt Park.
After some wild action at McQuaid and the rest of last Saturday's meets, the question of who rules in three of the classes is very much up in the air.
Records were broken and teams soared toward the top of the rankings as teams got ready for the big showdown in Rochester.
The Week 2 action saw some history unfolding and the entry of a big pack of teams in the class rankings.
Teams begin with a leg-stretcher or maybe an early burn in the first two weeks of September, but how much higher will their speed ratings go before the ides of November roll around?
The favorites in three of the classes crushed in their first challenges, but the battle to determine who's C-worthy may be a year-long event.
Early in a chaotic season, the rankings for the NY girls are seeing big changes as new faces join the fray.
The Beavers are damming up Sunken Meadows to fend off all torpedo attacks, and it's full speed ahead for a 17th States title.
Wild times are on the way in Class C as a pack of teams scramble to replace a departed champion.
A band of Spartans are again lighting up the trails, and this year they plan to keep the fires burning all the way to Portland.
The Hornets and Hawks are battling at the top again this year, but many other teams are looking to blaze a trail to the front of Class A.
After two straight years of Knight time in the CHSAA, are the Friars ready to seize back the limelight from the X-men?