Exciting cross country action took place at the Legends Meet this past weekend in Cortland.
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Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School's Anthony Camerieri will join Miami University next year.
Top ranked teams and athletes will be on site at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds for the Legends Meet.
The Bruce Lerch Invitational took place this past Saturday at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School.
Watch race finish videos from Saturday's Bruce Lerch Invitational in Broadview Heights.
Check out the 900+ race pictures from the Bruce Lerch Invitational which took place on Saturday, Sept. 9th.
Many impressive results were posted at the Division 1 Region 1 - Austintown Fitch meet!
Many impressive performances were demonstrated at the Jaguar Invitational!
The girls on the Brecksville-Broadview Heights 4x800-meter relay team had their best feet forward Wednesday night.The Bees earned a trip to next week's Division I state meet in Columbus, clocking a regional record time of 9:12.40 at Austintown Fitch. Seniors Lauren Greenlee, Jillian Bajaksouzian, Megan Beaver and Veronica Thompson put themselves in the record book. (via http://highschoolsports.cleveland.com)
This past week was pretty quiet in the Cross Country Realms as many teams and individuals rested in preparation for their tournament run. Even with people and teams resting there was still some action from this past week that should be noted, let's take a look at those performances.
Preview for the Tiffin Regional, including qualified teams, qualified individual runners and predictions for each race. Look for the GlenOak Preview on **Thursday**.
The Midwest Meet of Champions showcases many of the top teams and individuals in Ohio and is the premier cross country meet in the Midwest. Inside you will find a meet preview, Girls and Boys Virtual Meets and a copy of the course map.
Weekly High School X-Country Regional Rankings 2008 Team rankings by Marc Bloom and Rich Gonzalez Individuals-To-Watch lists by national and state correspondents
Ohio has three boys teams and two girls teams ranked in the top 10 for the Midwest Region (which includes IN, IL, MI, MO, OH). Plus another two teams that are on the bubble for both genders.
Trying to figure out who is the best team is nearly impossible without running any races, but OHRunners has tried to do just that (solely based on last year's results and returning runners). Over the next few days we will take a look at the top returning teams for both genders in all divisions. Today we take a stab at the Preseason Division 1 Top 10 Boys Teams.
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
(U.S. #6 Westfield (IN) Heading to NTN Midwest) The first set of NTN Regionals takes place this weekend. In the Midwest, while five states represent the region, only three states are allowed to travel to Terre Haute, Indiana for the meet. Illinois, Indiana and Ohio are the three states and each looks to qualify at least one team to Portland.
Highlights and recaps of all the races from the OHSAA State Cross Country Championship.
Nike Nationals preseason polls are finally out. Only one Ohio team in the Midwest Top Ten on the boys side, with two Ohio teams in the Midwest Top Ten for the girls. Check the article for all regional rankings.