Daniel Franklin was on site at the Homewood Invitational and grabbed over 1000 photos!
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An old friendly course produces some fast, intense racing at Coach Wood Invite. pictured is the Championship boys lead pack. photos by Marc Logan
We hear from 6A standout Jasmine Griffin and what moments she won't be forgetting from her High School career.
In its 33rd year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, today announced Will Stone of Homewood High School as its 2017-18 Gatorade Alabama Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year.
Homewood's Lainey Phelps was back in action for the first meet of the Indoor Track after an absence all Cross Country season. I think we can safely say she still has it!
Homewood (AL) senior Jasmine Griffin sits down with MileSplit for an exclusive interview ahead of Saturday's Magic City Invitational.
We hear from Homewood Coach Lars Porter about the upcoming XC season and what we can expect from his squad.
There were some amazing moments at the state meet this year. If you missed them, no big deal. We captured them for safe keeping.
In its 32nd year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, today announced Lainey Phelps of Homewood High School as its 2016-17 Gatorade Alabama Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year.
It was a fun filled wet morning for the runners at the Atlanta Classic. Some very competitive racing occurred despite conditions which slowed the course. Whitewater and North Oconee took it to the wire in the Varsity Boys race and Huntsville (one of Alabama's best Girls squads) took it out on Georgia teams winning by 34 over Westminster. Our young GaMileSplit crew hung tough, shooting race footage and stills all morning!
Watch Some Nice Race Footage from the Atlanta Classic Including Championship Races by Karl Brust.
23 teams will line it up Saturday morning at Clinton Nature Preserve for the 2015 Atlanta Classic. The mostly single-loop 5,000 meter course will feature 3 hay bale jumps and an exciting 300 meter spectator-friendly finish.
2015 was a big year for the State of Alabama. Here we list what we feel was the biggest moments of the year for our state.
Homewood's Kiara Williams was the victor after 7 events across 2 days of competition.
You might have heard Homewood's Kiara Williams name a few times this weekend. She scored 40 points and earned a US#2 in Long Jump this weekend.
Coach Porter gives us the run-down on the Homewood girls squad. The 6A team looks to be a strong contender in their classification.
The Homewood boys return one of the strongest squads in the state this year. With their return to 6A, a 16:32 returning team average might put them at the top.
While racing along the rift, we were swarmed by as many professional and amateur athletes as young children in school uniforms sprinting to get to class. Together, the athletes and children give Iten a magical feel, even though it seemed to wear off after 90 minutes of attempting to keep pace with Kibunja.
McCallie Cross Country Invitational Meet Preview This Saturday, Sept. 28 McCallie will host the McCallie Cross Country Invitational sponsored by Scenic City Orthopedics. The race will be held at Moccasin Bend Hospital. Traditionally the race has been limited to 12 quality teams and this year is no different. The girls race shapes up to be an epic battle with Maryville and Harpeth Hall going head to head, but 4 other schools also look to be in the mix as Homewood, Ravenwood, Collinns Hill and Webb are accustomed to winning as well. Brentwood Academy, Homewood, Collins Hill and McCallie have the most depth on the boy’s side, but MBA and Webb have some outstanding individuals. The race will include Brentwood Academy boys. 2011 State Champions and currently ranked second in Tennessee DII-AA. Collins Hill from Atlanta is ranked among the top 10 teams in Georgia and recently both their boys and girls teams finished 3rd in the Gwinnett County Championship. Homewood from Birmingham is ranked 3rd among boys teams in Alabama and is coming off an impressive win at the Spain Park Invitational. Homewood girls took 3rd at Spain Park, but had the overall individual champion. Maryville High from Maryville, TN features one of the best girl’s teams in the state. Maryville girls have already won the Hardin Valley Invitational, Cherokee Classic and finished runner-up among a strong field at the Western Carolina XC Carnival. Harpeth Hall Girls from Nashville are a perennial state power and coming off dominate wins at the Tennessee Classic and Chickasaw Trails Invitational in Alabama. MBA boys from Nashville feature the top individual boy in Tennessee DII and the MBA team won the Cherokee Classic held in Knoxville. MBA is ranked 3rd in Tennessee. Ravenwood boys from Nashville won the Tennessee Classic Gold Division at Percy Warner Park last weekend and their girls took 3rd among the best teams in Nashville. Ravenwood Girls are defending State Champions in AAA. Union Grove boys from metro Atlanta won the Greyhound Invitational and the Union Grove girls were runner-up. Knoxville Webb is the defending Tennessee State Champions in DII-A for both boys and girls and return both the boy’s and girl’s individual champions in their division. Other teams to watch will be Allatoona from Acworth, GA, Fort Payne, AL, Guntersville, AL and Ensworth School from Nashville. Each of these programs features outstanding individuals. Chattanooga will be represented by traditional girls power GPS. On the boys side McCallie will carry the local banner. McCallie is the defending Tennessee State Champions in DII-AA. Moccasin Bend Hospital Race Times: (All times are Eastern) Girls JV 9:00 AM Boys JV 9:35 AM Girls Varsity 10:10 AM Boys Varsity 10:45 AM Awards 11:30 AM Teams: Allatoona – GA, Brentwood Academy – TN, Collins Hill – GA, Ensworth – TN, Fort Payne – AL, GPS – TN, Guntersville – AL, Harpeth Hall – TN, Homewood – AL, Maryville – TN, McCallie – TN, Ravenwood – TN, Union Grove – GA, Webb - TN
Homewood senior Aaron Ernest went into his final year of high school track and field knowing it was his last chance to bring home a gold medal, a feat he had yet to accomplish.
BATON ROUGE - Ladarius Woods, Josh Pawlik, Chris Patton, and the Mountain Brook men\'s 4x800m team start off 2005 with wins at the LSU Invitational.