The third day of MIAA Divisionals gets underway at 4:30 PM on Friday from the Reggie Lewis Center with the MIAA Division 3 Championships. No shortage of standout athletes and storylines to follow as we hit the mid way point of divisional week.
Articles with Walpole High School
Check out the top 100 rankings by event for the MIAA Division 3 boys as of February 10th.
Our preview concludes with a rundown of the rising dominance in MA distance runners, including Ryan Oosting and Grace Connolly, looking to bring home NBNI hardware back to the Bay State!
Reggie Lewis Center races from the last weekend of 2018 wrap-up with the MSTCA's Winter Distance Classic.
The State Meet is here and the MSTCA has released their weekly poll. Did your team make the list?
There is something about racing at night that causes athletes to lose their feel for pace and forces them to run an abnormally fast first mile. This scenario will force athletes out of their comfort zone early in the race, and will once again separate those pack running squads that thrive on their ability to work together. The team that maintain their composure in the first mile, and practice patience until the half-way point, will most likely prevail.
Check for the latest scores and highlights each week as we gather information from around the state.
Cheserek sets another meet record and Pembroke wins their third in a row.
Whitman-Hanson makes a statement by going 1-2-3 in the Division 2 Varsity Girls race at the Bay State Invitational.
Many of the athletes we will see this season did not even race on the varsity level last year, and the coaches that demonstrate the patience to employ a long-term plan will most likely hoist a championship trophy in November. (Photo by Henry Finch)
Massachusetts athletes pick-up 12 wins and 2 meet records.