Review 'Watch Live' details for the track-based events, the schedule of events and the performance lists in advance of Saturday's Youngstown State Meet No. 2.
Articles with Minerva
Review all the ongoings at Saturday's Stark County Championship courtesy of MileSplit Ohio's Northeast Editor, Nate Shively.
Vote for who you think will capture the 2020 Division 2 team and individual state championship titles.
Minerva senior, Nick Bledsoe led his team to first place in the Division 2 standings at OHSAA District Cambridge.
View a breakdown of what Ohio high schools have sent the most athletes on to compete at the college level for the 2019 indoor track and field season.
Gahanna Lincoln's Madison Martinez will compete for Villanova University next year.
Thomas Worthington's Andy Payne finished sixth in the 5000m race with his time of 14:58.28.
Minerva's Mackenzie Scott is ranked No. 1 in the 1600m and 3200m events.
Ohio's high school seniors continue to confirm where they'll be competing at the college level.
View the 800+ race pictures from the OHSAA Ohio State Cross Country Championship.
The OHSAA Cross Country Pickerington Region meet was hosted by Pickerington North High School.
Maplewood High School hosted the Legends Meet this past Saturday in Cortland.
Check out all of the interviews by MileSplit Ohio's Phil Grove at the Legends Meet.
Ohio Divisional Rankings Central: Boys & Girls Top-100 (11/1) All of the Ohio Divisional Cross Country rankings for both boys and girls in one central hub.
-Athlete Name: Kaele Lightfoot -School: Minerva High School -Year of Graduation: 2013
Preview for the GlenOak Regional, including qualified teams, qualified individual runners and predictions for each race.
The All Ohio Catholic Championship provided for some great feats in the Championship Races. Magnificat posted a perfect 15 team score, while Kevin Yarnell (pictured left, from St. Johns Jesuit) and Marty Coolidge (pictured next to Yarnell, from Elyria Catholic) provided excitement in the boys race as both boys ran 15:17, with Yarnell just edging out Coolidge at the line.