More action Friday at the Misssissippi High School Invitational.
Articles with Vestavia Hills HS
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!
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.
We've looked at the best teams in the state overall, but who are the teams to watch over the next three to four years? We typically see teams like Vestavia and Scottsboro on the podium, but teams like Hewitt Trussville and Helena are reloading and looking to make some waves in a year or two.
In recent years the Huntsville Girls have made a statement that the Rocket City can be a major player in 7A Cross Country. This year with the Huntsville Boys having early success at Chickasaw Trails, teams from across the state are making the trip to hunt down the Panthers on their home turf.
Vestavia Hills senior Mitchell Kimbell is the subject of this Senior Sendoff.
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!
Daniel Hill of Vestavia shares his post high school plans and his memories of competition.
The Vestavia girls are one of the top returning teams in the state. Led by sophoore Catherine Bunch, the team has a pre-season average of 19:44.
Vestavia senior, Reed Iriwn, is our Senior Spotlight of the Day.
Peyton Price (Vestavia) commits to the University of Alabama
Mac Macoy has dropped 30 seconds off his 2012 Season Best this season and is slowly improving his mark on the All-Time Alabama list according to the MileSplit Database. The Vestavia Senior has been planted at the top of the XC 5K leaderboard since 2012 and improved to All-Time #3 after his performance at the FSU Invitational (Pre-State) Meet.
The FSU Relays have become a "go-to" meet in recent years with many Alabama teams traveling to take on the best that Florida has to offer.
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.