Online Meet Registration by MileSplit is the most affordable, easy-to-use way to handle your online meet entry exclusively for cross country and track & field. AND, it helps to keep your MileSplit state site strong . Many of the MileSplit webmasters are coaches and have tested and are using the system. It is flexible, as well, working with both HyTek and our own meet manager for small meets, called RaceTab. This system is excellent for those coaches and teams that have the capability of timing their own meets, but do not want to do the registration for the meet.
As the MileSplit Network has grown this year with the addition of a national portal site in MileSplit US as well as more state sites like OHRunners being added, the Network's database of national rankings has grown to be more complete and accurate as well as deep. Take a look at how Ohio's best girls stack up across the country at season's end in the national rankings. Ohio has an impressive 167 individuals or relay teams in the MileSplit US Top 100 Girls Outdoor Rankings among the 17 state contested events. 11 Top 10 National Ranked Athletes/Relays From Ohio: - #2 400m - Meshawn Grahm, Bowsher - 53.30 - #2 Discus - Erin Pendleton, Woodmore - 168'10" - #2 1600m - Stephanie Morgan, Barnesville - 4:39.59 (converted) - #3 1600m - Emily Infeld, Beaumont School - 4:41.67 (converted) - #5 800m - Stephanie Morgan, Barnesville - 2:07.20 - #5 High Jump - Tina Dimitrijevs, North Royalton - 5'10" - #8 100m - Aareon Payne, Beaumont School - 11.48 - #9 4x200m Relay - Walnut Hills - 1:38.60 - #10 4x200m Relay - Withrow - 1:38.64 - #10 3200m - Claire Durkin, Worthington Kilbourne - 10:25.95 - #10 Pole Vault - Mackenzie Wills, Troy Christian - 13'0" Top 5 Events with most US Top 100's From Ohio: - Girls High Jump - 19 athletes - Girls 4x800m Relay - 17 teams - Girls Discus - 14 athletes - Girls 4x200m Relay - 12 teams - Girls 300m Hurdles - 12 athletes
As the MileSplit Network has grown this year with the addition of a national portal site in MileSplit US as well as more state sites like OHRunners being added, the Network's database of national rankings has grown to be more complete and accurate as well as deep. Take a look at how Ohio's best boys stack up nationally at season's end in the national rankings. Ohio has a total of 155 individuals or relay teams in the MileSplit US Top 100 Boys Outdoor Rankings among the 17 state contested events. 11 Top 10 National Ranked Athletes/Relays From Ohio: - #2 4x200m Relay - Trotwood - 1:25.18 - #2 4x400m Relay - Trotwood - 3:11.33 - #2 4x800m Relay - Cleveland Heights - 7:41.38 - #4 300m Hurdles - Michael Willey, Miamisburg - 36.59 - #4 High Jump - Ryan Fleck, Napoleon - 7'2" - #4 4x800m Relay - Hudson - 7:42.24 - #5 4x800m Relay - Reynoldsburg - 7:44.17 - #8 400m - John Guagenti, Bluffton - 46.95 - #8 110m Hudles - Austin Curbow, Gahanna-Lincoln - 13.75 - #8 High Jump - Erik Kynard - 7'0.25" - #9 4x800m Relay - Strongsville - 7:45.86 Top 6 Events with most US Top 100's From Ohio: - Boys Discus - 19 athletes - Boys Shot Put - 19 athletes - Boys High Jump - 18 athletes - Boys 4x800m Relay - 16 teams - Boys 110m Hurdles - 11 athletes - Boys 800m - 11 athletes
While the national post season track and field meets are winding down, one can only wonder what will happen next year during the Cross Country season. Take a look at who's returning, what teams have a good shot at making the post season and the best by grade level for both boys and girls in Ohio Cross Country. Boys Returning Runners Team Scores Girls Returning Runners Team Scores Returning Boys Runners Returning Girls Runners Top Returners Class of 2009 Top Returners Class of 2009 Top Returners Class of 2010 Top Returners Class of 2010 Top Returners Class of 2011 Top Returners Class of 2011
Bob Gourley's Hammer Performance lists are the most comprehensive rankings of high school hammer performances in the country. MileSplit would like to thank Mr. Gourley for his many hours spent tracking down hammer results and compiling this amazing list This edition of the Hammer Performance lists was released on July 3rd, 2008. Ohio currently has 9 boys ranked in the 12# Hammer, the fourth ranked high schooler in the boys 6kg Hammer, and 1 female ranked. That's pretty impressive for an event that is rarely contested in Ohio.