Check out the top 1,000 outdoor performances of the decade in Massachusetts for the girls 200m dash.
Articles with Wellesley High School
A full ranking list of every relay in the MileSplit.com database this indoor season for the girls 4x200 meter relay in Massachusetts.
A full ranking list of every relay in the MileSplit.com database this indoor season for the boys 4x200 meter relay in Massachusetts.
Virtual meet preview and projections for the MIAA Division 2 Championships on Wednesday, February 13th based on team scoring the season best performances of the top 8 performers in each event.
Check out the current top 50 boys indoor state rankings in Massachusetts as of January 27th.
Combining the season best times of Massachusetts boys in the 55 and 300 meter dashes with a total time rankings list.
Check out which Eastern Division 2 girls are leading the charge heading into the 2019 Cross Country season.
Check out the MileSplit Massachusetts picks for the five must see meets of the 2019 Cross Country Season
Check out the top combined times for rerturning girls track runners in the Indoor 300 meter dash and the Outdoor 400 meter dash.
Taking the results from July 13th's article, the MileSplit Massachusetts community has chosen a Girls Athlete of the Year.
Check out the fastest returning cross country boys squads in the state of Massachusetts based on season best 5K times from each team's top 7 returnees.
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!
Brookline and Newton North are among the MA teams with US Top 5 Relays vying for a New Balance National Championship!
A-B's Yang and Shepherd Hill's Santos lead the charge for All-American status on the sprints/hurdles side of the MA athletes competing at this weekend's New Balance National Indoor Championships.
This week begins a comprehensive assessment of all Massachusetts athletes competing at the New Balance National Indoor Championships at The Armory starting on Friday!
Snow covered trails led to slower than usual times for many athletes at the MIAA All State Meet Sunday, but we still saw tons of impressive performances at Stanley Park in Westfield.
Team scores for each division in Massachusetts prior to this weekend MIAA All-State Finals.
Current JV girls XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of October 18th.
Current boys XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of September 26th.
Who are the top returning teams in each state? We project the fastest returning teams as well as links to full statewide rankings in all 50 states using our XC team scores rankings feature.
We have many...and more to come!
The winter campaign may be less than a month old in MA, but already we have seen some impressive national-caliber performances from our athletes.
We will be tracking all throughout the NXN Regional qualifying meets whos in and whos out of NXN.
MA could potentially have five or six that qualify for their respective national meets.
East Coast comes to New York, where two of the most historic courses call home
Meets will be held in New York on Saturday. Judging by what we know so far, we could have a few our top runners (and teams) advancing to their respective national meets on the west coast.
St. John's (Division 1 boys), Concord-Carlisle (Division 1 Girls), Parker Charter (Division 2 boys) and Mount Greylock (Division 2 girls) capture team titles at Saturday's meet.
Big wins for Shelgren and Connolly. Tewksbury and Milton duke it out in Division 3 girls. Lowell secures sixth straight boys' title.
What teams and individuals have the best chance to make things happen this Saturday?
A plethora of PRs were set at Saturday's meets!
We picked six we felt were the best of the best. Voting ends Saturday at midnight.
Although the month of September, at least in Massachusetts, is a month where teams are just getting started, there's still plenty to write about. Updated, with quotes for Ryan Oosting.
We picked six we feel were the best of the best. Voting ends Saturday at midnight.
Highlights from Bay State Conference Championships
A bit of gamesmanship is underway by the coaches of prominent teams in New England. The meet rules for the New England Championships state that an athlete can only be entered in four events including relays, and several coaches have their top tier athletes slated for the maximum allowable amount. The fact that an athlete can even qualify in four events is a testament to their tremendous talent, but the likelyhood that it will actually happen is slim.
Every event in a state championship provides excitement and drama, but this year the relays may decide the team title. But don't expect to see the same line-ups from last week. Some additional fresh legs --courtesy of athletes that did not qualify in an individual event-- may help the common man become the hero. We watched it happen on Sunday at the Division 1 Championships, and those same teams remain in the hunt this week.
The girls kick off their bid for a second consecutive undefeated season and second straight Bay State Conference Herget Division championship against Dedham on Thursday. (via http://www.wickedlocal.com/wellesley)
Catarina Rocha and Aisha McAdams enter Saturday's race with a wealth of credentials, but the pair will have plenty of company and a sea of maroon jerseys may envelop the two as the team battle rages in the front pack.
Check for the latest scores and highlights each week as we gather information from around the state.
Each week MileSplitMass will look at the top 20 teams from each of the two state divisions.
Multi event athletes rule the class of 2012. (Photo by John Keklak)
Massachusetts athletes pick-up 12 wins and 2 meet records.
Several nationally ranked athletes are scheduled to compete, including the #2 and #4 400m runners in the country.
Mansfield had a busy day of breaking meet records and collecting team championships.
Impressive marks should be inevitable as the state prepares for the post season.
Division 2 features several state leaders and one national leader. Photo by John Keklak.
Keep up to date with the latest news from all the league championship meets. Photo by Henry Finch.