Last year, Chakiya Plummer took the victory at the Holiday Invitational in Alabama.
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Last year the Hoover girls failed to qualify for state in the first time in school history. This year they are a team to watch out for.
Hoover vs Thompson is a battle of two monster 7A teams. Find out who advances to the finals!
The Hoover boys team of 2019 was a force to reckon with. Heads up Hoover..... #16 Cleburne County is coming to town in an opening round matchup.
DeMatha Catholic is off to a hot start, but do their relay times hold up against the best?
It was 2 days of action packed racing and Field events at the Nike Panther Relays. Check out the race video.
The 2018 regular season is over and we can now start looking at some of the big things in store for us this weekend. Check out the Top 10 things We are Excited to see at state!
We look at the top 50 athlete in every even from all of the grades that compete during indoor season.
Alex Leary (Hoover) runs the Alabama All-Time #8 indoor time at the Holiday Invitational. It is the 2nd fastest time ever run in Alabama during December - According to the MileSplit database.
Homewood (AL) senior Jasmine Griffin sits down with MileSplit for an exclusive interview ahead of Saturday's Magic City Invitational.
We examine the nation's best in the 100/110m hurdles in 2017 compared to our all-time rankings
For all the talk Florida gets as one of the best producing high school track and field states, does it compare to rival Alabama?
Ready for the Mobile Challenge of Champions? Here are the top events and athletes to watch
Watch the Hoover girls open their indoor season with a swift 9:43 victory in the 4x800 meter relay at the Magic City Invitational.
We hear from Coach Hind about the Bucs prospects and upcoming season.
In its 31st year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Brittley Humphrey of Hoover High School as its 2015-16 Gatorade Alabama Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year.
Brittley Humphrey will end her prep career among the best in the nation at the Brooks PR meet. You can watch the action LIVE and FREE Saturday!
We hear from Evan Franklin (Hoover High School) in his Senior Sendoff.
Watch the most exciting races from the past week.
Watch the best races from the Mobile Challenge of Champions
Hoover senior Brittley Humphrey put on a show in the hurdles on Saturday evening at the Mobile Challenge of Champions. The LSU signee scorched the track at St. Paul's Episcopal nearly breaking both meet records in the girls hurdles with national class times.
Hoover's Humphrey and Little go 1/2 at the FSU Relays.
Breakdown of every winner in every single New Balance Nationals Indoor event!
The Berry Invitational had 53 teams tackle the Clara Bowl course Saturday as the Mill Creek Girls won easily while Peachtree Ridge's Boys nipped 3A Blessed Trinity by 2 points.
Which female athlete had the best performance in week one of the 2015 cross country season? Take into account the times, variations in course and competition. We want you to decide! Voting closes Thursday night at midnight. The winner of this fan vote will be recognized on Friday morning!
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.
Brittley Humphrey is arguably the best female hurdler to come out of our state. She represented the USA in fine fashion taking 2nd place in the 100 Hurdles at the 2015 IAAF World Youth Meet
Homewood's Kiara Williams was the victor after 7 events across 2 days of competition.
Hoover hurdler, Errin Perry, is the focus of our senior spotlight today.
The Hoover High School Track & XC program is one of the most successful in the nation. At the helm of that program is Devon Hind who recently cleared time from his schedule to let us know about his latest project, a compilation of letters he has written over the past 20 years to his athletes.
Place your vote on which of the remarkable seven total national record breaking performances from the 2014 New Balance Nationals Indoor this past weekend at the Armory in New York City was the most impressive to you below! Voting closes at 7 PM on Friday, March 21st!
It was hardly beginner’s luck, but the Hoover, Ala., shuttle hurdle squad showed it didn’t need a lot of races together to get into sync and strike for gold medals.
The Hoover High School girls Shuttle Hurdle Relay set a National Record at the New Balance Indoor Nationals meet Saturday morning
Sarah Sanford has become a big point scorer for Hoover High School. So big in fact she recently was the second highest overall point scorer at the Last Chance Invitational (21 points).
Sarah Sanford (Hoover HS) commits to Samford University.
Quick Results and Photos of the Winners from the Oak Mountain Invitational.
The 2012 Mobile Challenge of Champions brings together some of the top athletes from around the southeast.
Joy Maneice-Marbury (Hoover) breaks the 6A Girls 400m record at the 2012 AHSAA State Indoor Track & Field Meet.
The 2009 Jesse Owens Classic will be the coninuation of what has become a traditional mid-season matchup for teams in Alabama and Mississippi while on most occasions bringing in teams from other states as well. Many of Alabama's teams come looking to use the meet as a measuring stick for the state meet course before late season workouts turn from distance to speed.
A big weekend of cross country racing took place over the past few days and we have all the news for you in our weekly weekend wrap-up. Top matchups individually and team, boys and girls, span across each meet summary. See which teams stood out this weekend, as the season starts to heat up.
Alabama athletes overcame the lack of a sanctioned indoor season this year with fantastic performances at Nike Indoor Nationals this past weekend. Nike Indoor: Videos | Photos | Results | Coverage National Scholastic: Videos | Photos | Results | Coverage
Madeline Morgan of Mountain Brook took the top spot in the Girls Championship race. Patrick McGregor of Hoover took the lead at the 3k mark in the woods but was passed exiting the trail by Maclean O'Donnell (OakRidge RC). McGregor finished 2nd in the Championship race.More Coverage...Complete Boys ResultsComplete Girls Results
The Baylor Red Raiders arrived at Greenway Farms this morning in Chattanooga, Tennessee rather inconspicuously. No buses painted with their school's name and logo. No big yellow school bus. Not even a team van. They showed up individually, most driving their own cars or car-pooling with a teammate. They didn't have a team tent, either. Nor did they have a sign proclaiming their team's location. Just a collection of duffel bags, water bottles, and spikes marked their team's base location for the day, on a weathered tennis court about four-hundred meters from where the rest of the fifteen teams present for the McCallie Invitational had set up shop for the day. After most of Baylor's mens team had arrived, a yellow car covered in bumper stickers with a bike rack on the back pulled in--ignoring the collegiate runners directing traffic--and parked next to the tennis court. Out climbed Van Townsend and his son, Skylar. Though lacking parades and other festivities often found when warriors leave for battle, the Red Raiders were ready to fight.
This weekend teams from around the southeast will converge in Moulton, Alabama for the annual Chickasaw Trails Cross Country Meet. Setting a new meet record, 1998 runners will compete at the Indian Mounds. This meet has traditionally been a good early season matchup for both individuals and teams. More..... Event Name Number of Entries Number of Teams 1A-4A Varsity Girls 192 31 1A-4A Varsity Boys 300 34 5A-6A Varsity Girls 308 27 5A-6A Varsity Boys 370 28 Jr. High Girls 382 43 Jr. High Boys 446 46 For a full list of teams.....
Teams from Alabama invaded our neighbors to the east Saturday and came back with the spoils of victory. The course looked fabulous as always except for being squishy from the rain friday. The temperature could not have been better for the Championship races in the morning, however heat and humidity did show up by the JV races.Read more.....
Patrick McGregor of Hoover finished 9th in the 2k steeplechase at Nike Outdoor Nationals with a time of 6:08.79. This is just 5 seconds off the sophomore national record.
Alabama was well represented this weekend at Nike Indoor Nationals. Athletes from Mountain Brooke, St Pauls, Smiths Station, and Hoover all participated this past weekend. Photos from this past weekend are available at the following galleries. Herzoghttps://www.milesplit.com/gallery/735Fleenorhttps://www.milesplit.com/gallery/734
Here their own description of the race.http://milesplit.com/audio/2007/nin/Hoover.wav
SCOTTSBORO - It didn\'t take Hoover High School senior Jeremy Moujoodi long to take over leadership of the Buccaneer boys cross country team. Moujoodi spurted to an early lead and held it for the entire race to pace Hoover past Scottsboro...