Hilliard Darby's Emma Kowalski will compete in the weight throw and shot put events.
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View the top 50 returners in the distance events for the 2018 Ohio indoor track and field season.
View the top returning DI girls in each event for the 2018 Ohio indoor track and field season.
Check out a collection of some of the most memorable indoor, outdoor and xc photos from Ohio in 2017.
VOTE: Who should be the 2017 MileSplit Ohio Female Cross Country 'Performer of the Year'?
Team Ohio competed at the 31st Mid-East Cross Country Championship this past weekend in Kettering.
The 4th & 5th place finishers from the DI, DII and DIII races at the Ohio State XC Championship are profiled.
Olentangy Liberty High School's Emma Bower will compete for Liberty University next year.
Lakota East's Dustin Horter is seeking his 2nd Division I Ohio State Cross Country Championship win.
The OHSAA Cross Country Pickerington Region meet was hosted by Pickerington North High School.
Watch race videos from the OHSAA Cross Country Pickerington Region meet.
Gracie Sprankle and Matt Scrape posted impressive results at the Les Eisenhart Invitational.
Olentangy Liberty's Gracie Sprankle is the latest MileSplit Ohio 'TOP PERFORMER' POLL winner.
VOTE: Who was the 'Top Performer' from this past weekend in Ohio high school XC?
Check out the list of race winners from last weekend's OHSAA Early Season Invitational in Hebron.
VOTE: Who do you think was the top performer at this past weekend's OHSAA Early Season Invitational?
Dustin Horter and Gracie Sprankle took the D1 5K race wins at the OHSAA Early Season Invitational.
Top 50 Returning Sophomore Girls - All Divisions
A list of the Top 10 Ohio Girls Performances of the week of 4/4-4/9.
Lexington's Clairmonte & Olentangy Liberty's Bower run US Top 25 Times Last Weekend!
10 Ohioans in US Top 25 in their Classes! 5 Girls, 4 Boys & 3 Top 10!
See where you rank in your class!
The returning 2014 Freshman class now has one year of experience and will be an integral part of their teams success this year. Here is a look at the Top 20 returning Freshman by Division from last year.
-Athlete Name: Andrew Johnston -School: Olentangy Liberty High School -Year of Graduation: 2014
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.
Last Saturday the Ohio weather finally cooperated and at the Hilliard Districts, three of Ohio's and three of the nations best HS Pole vaulters got to go head to head. Joey Uhle, a Senior from Olentangy Liberty, who holds Ohio's indoor record with a vault of 17'3", was the first High School vaulter in Ohio to go over the 17' mark and now holds the Ohio outdoor record with a 17' vault at Districts, Jake Blankenship, a Junior from Gahanna Lincoln, who just last week set a new Ohio outdoor vault record clearing16'10" and Chris Uhle, Joey's twin brother, who until the last two weeks held the State record of 16'9" that he had set at last years State Championships.
(Cover photo by Mike Nie) When Olentangy Liberty’s Joey Uhle leaves for college in June it will be the first time in 18 years he won’t be with his brother Chris. The identical twins have been by each other’s side from the start.
Chris Uhle, a senior from Olentangy Liberty High School has chosen to continue his education and track and field career at Virginia Tech.
Take a look inside to see how some of Ohio's top athletes performed at the New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, North Carolina
Chris Uhle broke the all time Ohio Record with a vault of 16-6 at Olentangy Liberty Freedom Relays this past Saturday. Chris broke the previous record of 16-4 by John Coyne of Buckeye High School in 1986.
Wayne senior Demoye Bogle has been on fire the last two weeks. This week Demoye won three events, the 60m hurdles, 60m dash and the 200m dash, and both of the 60m races are current OH #1 and US Top 10 times. Last week Bogle posted an OH #1 and a US Top 10 time in the 55m dash on his way to winning four individual events.
While the official start of the indoor season was two weeks ago, this weekend is usually the time that most teams decide to dust off the spikes and open up their season. This weekend was full of new OH #1 and US Top 10 times.
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.
What a state meet it was!
Lots of movement on the performance lists this weekend, seven new Ohio #1 marks on the girls side and six new leaders on the boys side. There is only one more qualifying meet on the schedule for next weekend, at Oberlin College.
After last weeks amazing results and top notch performances, this week quieted down a little in terms of movement on the state leaderboards. There were some impressive marks set this weekend, and a big name opened up his indoor campaign for the year with some great times.
Kent State finally got to show off their new track at a high school meet and the competition proved that it was a fast track by setting eleven different Ohio leading marks. Performance Lists now available
Fast times, new state leaders and US top 10 performances were all over the Ohio High School Indoor Track and Field scene this past weekend. Ohio State, Akron, Findlay and Marietta all provided exciting meets and terrific marks for this early in the season.
Mackenzie Wills (Troy Christian) became the first female vaulter in Ohio to clear the 13'0" barrier Saturday at the West Milton Division III OHSAA Track and Field District Championships. Wills jump was three inches higher than the previous Ohio record of 12'9" set by both Carrie Kayes of Green and Kayla Caldwell of Indian Valley. Jade Riebold of Olentangy Liberty set the indoor Ohio record in the pole vault earlier this year by clearing 12'9". View the video
This past weekend saw fast times out of Kent State, with Kendall Gregory (Strongsville) rolling to a #1 US time in the 400m and Jared Hall (Cleveland Heights) cruising to the US #2 spot in the 800m. The Case Western HS Meet saw a US #3 performance in Emily Infeld's 1600m run. Athletes throughout the state improved their performances before the first release of the OATCCC performance list, which is used in qualifying for the OATCCC Indoor State Championship. The Kent State HS Meet #2 garnered national attention because of the amazing performances, see the full story here.
With only three meets going on in the state this weekend, and only two of the meets being qualifying meets for the OATCCC Indoor Ohio State Championships, the weekend was pretty quiet.