Wachtel wins a battle of the 3 Kings, Miniutti and Vaden take it to the limit
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Erin Fegans & Devin Wade win Overall titles at AT&T Panther. Auburn sweeps. photos by Dan McCauley
A preview of the AT&T Starr's Mill Invitational by Don Livingston. photo by Dan McCauley
Final girls XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of December 11th
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.
Kyle Harkabus and Brynn Sumner take Overall wins - Starr's Mill boys and Auburn girls defend team titles.
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.
Projecting the top returning girls cross country teams in the state of Alabama using the 2017 season best 5K times among every team's top 7 returnees.
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!
The two-sport standout held over two dozen scholarship offers from a who's who of football powerhouses and chose Gus Malzahn's Auburn Tigers.
What does Vestavia's Cole Stidfole, Opelika's Ben Bryant, and Auburn's Paul Barlow have in common? They were each individual state champions and all three are on this list.
Starr's Boys win behind Nyman, Fegans remains undefeated. photo by Ben Ennis
Great day of racing at Heritage Christian Church course. Drew Hunter onsite, Landmark girls take team title along with Auburn boys. West wins again. photo by Ben Ennis
This year's AT&T Starr's Mill Panther XC meet is loaded with Top teams and individuals. photo by Daniel McCauley
Almost 3000 runners ran in the blazing heat in a great morning of racing once again at the Saucony Battle of Atlanta. West and McLeod conquer Nash Farms Battlefied.
We hear from Auburn Head Coach Dan Norton about his returning squad for the upcoming season. The Tigers return 5 of their top 7 from last year and are in good position to challenge for a repeat state championship.
The Auburn Boys 4x100 team ran the All-Time AL#1 time this year - 40.74 at the 7A State Meet. Along the way they had one loss.....the Mobile Challenge of Champions -- where they finished 2nd with a still blazingly fast 41.13.
We hear from Hayden Anabtawi (Auburn High School) in her Senior Sendoff!
In the Varsity races Mount De Sales took a surprising team win and Madison Allie from Locust Grove took Individual honors. Carrollton triumphed on the Boys side with Deonte Lee of Ola HS Individual Champ in 17:03.
The at&t Starrs Mill Panther Invite was full of fast times on the beautiful Heritage Christian Church course. (All pics by Dan McCauley)
This year’s line-up for the 4th annual AT&T Starr’s Mill Panther XC Invitational looks even deeper than last year’s event and bigger. With 54 teams and 1800 athletes across high school and middle school athletes on the beautiful rolling grass fields and trail of Heritage, it will be an awesome day for running.
Incredible day of racing at the 2015 Saucony Battle of Atlanta as over 2900 runners tackled the pristine Nash Farms Battlefield course. Great conditions for a race in late August as it was cloudy with some breezes! A Civil War re-enactor in full regalia started every race with an authentic period Musket which made quite a boom!
The Varsity Girls race at Saucony Battle of Atlanta should be a 'wing dinger' as well with its most competitive field ever. The has grown from 22 Teams in 2008 to 76 Squads this season and has evolved into one of the premiere HS/MS meets in the State. The Nash Farms course is a 2.5 loop 95% grass course. Most consider the course moderate in difficulty and it is the most spectator friendly course in Georgia. Spectators are able to see over 90% of each race.
Battle of Atlanta Preview- The Saucony Battle of Atlanta has grown from 22 Teams in 2008 to 76 Squads this season and has evolved into one of the premiere HS/MS meets in the State. The Nash Farms course is a 2.5 loop 95% grass course. Most consider the course moderate in difficulty and it is the most spectator friendly course in Georgia. Spectators are able to see over 90% of each race. The Nash course has been home to numerous major high school XC meets, several NCAA D1 meets and conference championships and the 2013 D3 Regional Meet. Due to the growth of the meet, there have been 3 more JV races added. The Middle School races have over 900 runners signed up as well.
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.
After maybe having a few less teams attend than in the past, the Carrollton Orthopedic Invitational is 67 HS teams strong again and should have over 2000 runners registered for action Saturday. Many of the top programs in Georgia will run their entire squads and a few will hold out their top runners for another day... The Sunshine State has arguably three of the best boys teams in the state, two of the best girls teams in the state , the top freshman in the state on the girls side, and a potential foot locker finalist in Sukhi Khosla on the boys side lacing it up with our state's student-athletes. Its a star studded event that could turn into a barnburner depending on what teams from Ga choose to run in the Championship race....
The Berry Invitational had some interesting twists and turns to it today. A wrong turn in the HS Girls race shortened the course by approximately 300 meters, but otherwise things went smooth. Times seemed slower than normal, but it's hard to say for sure. The large start was not an issue at all and it never seemed crowded. The St.Pius Boys won their 2nd invite in a row besting a strong Auburn team and North Hall. Quintin Miles of NH (pictured) took the overall win in 16:18. Harrison's Girls were too fast for the field taking the team title. Ashley Kehoe of Pope was top individual in 17:58.
Auburn HS is one of the new member 7A schools this year. With a returning pre-season average of 16:26 they should have a strong showing in 2014.
AUBURN, Ala. – It’s been nearly six years since Marcus Rowland’s remarkable sweep of the 100 and 200 meters at the Taco Bell Classic, running what would be the second fastest 100 among all U.S. high school boys in 2008.
Auburn High School distance runner, Dylan Ogburn, has committed to Troy University.
Alabama has several number #1 in the nation at the moment. Be on the lookout for these athletes next week at the state Chapmionship.
Auburn Boys 4x200 runs 1:29.82 for a new US#1 in the 4x200. The team beat their previous performance at the MLK Meet by 6 seconds.
Mary Cain shatters the high school record with a blistering 4:32.78 clocking!! Cheserek rolls in the Mile to a 4:10.92 clocking with a 2:00.9 last 800! (Photo by Don Rich)
Mauldin alumna Alyssa Kulik (Clemson) won the North America-Central America and Caribbean Under-23 Championships steeplechase in 10 minutes, 21.04 seconds.
The 2012 Mobile Challenge of Champions brings together some of the top athletes from around the southeast.
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.
Auburn (AL) senior Patrick Gomez overcame a sub par junior campaign to reach his goal of winning a state title.
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.....