With 41 schools and 17 conferences represented, the Wayne Invitational will have interest piqued across the state. The meet has grown to one of the premeir events to showcase talented teams and individuals in Southwestern Ohio as well as across the state. This meet will be a true balance of sprints, hurdles, distance and field events. The team championship is truly up for grabs, for both boys and girls.
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It's here! The 2011 Midwest Meet of Champions should present a smorgasbord of Ohio's top cross country teams and distance runners with several teams from neighboring states to add some regional flavor to the meet that many regard as Ohio's best regular season competition of the season. Many of the top programs in the state attend this meet because of the high level of competition that is found here each fall. This year should be no different.
The Mason Invite, presented by Buckeye Running Company is shaping up to be an epic event. The meet will feature the top teams from Ohio and Indiana on the girls and boys sides. Also present are amazing individuals and some of the top D2 teams in the state as well.
Do performances during track season matter when it comes to cross country season? Take a quick glance at the top returning teams scored like a cross country meet but using the times from the 2011 track season.
We just wrapped up the start of the most exciting 22 days in Ohio High School Cross Country. Let's take a look back at the conference meets. Also check out which boys team wore pink to race in this weekend.
The 2009 version of the MMOC has all the key ingredients for a great day of elite team and individual cross country competition. The MMOC has a festive atmosphere with loud music, top ranked teams, great depth, top individuals from several states and a fan friendly course that has yielded some blazing times in years past.