MileSplit's Phil Grove spoke with athletes from the OCC following last weekend's Capital Division and Central Division meets.
Articles with Wor. Kilbourne
Watch Varsity and Open race videos from the Central Division and Capital Division meets.
View photos from the OCC Capital Division and Central Division meets, hosted by Westerville North.
MileSplit Ohio's Phil Grove caught up with several of the top performing runners from the OCC Capital and Central Divisions.
See a breakdown of the athletes who displayed the biggest time improvement from the 2018 state meet to the 2019 state meet.
Findlay's Amanda Tremains will be heading to Toledo to compete for the Rockets next year.
Review the top 100 ranked teams state-wide based on average finishing times.
View photos from the OCC Cardinal, Buckeye and Central division meets, hosted at Hilliard Davidson.
Nearing a month into the XC season, see where we stand in the Division 1 rankings for teams, overall individuals and grade level classifications.
Dublin Jerome's Elliott Cook, Worthington Kilbourne's Tanner Williams and Thomas Worthington's Zubin Jha were the top three finishers in the Division 1 race.
Tanner Williams and Rodrigo Tamayo were the top two finishers in the 800m contest at the Hilliard Davidson Tri Meet.
View photos from the Hilliard Davidson / Worthington Kilbourne / Central Crossing Tri Meet.
Watch race videos from the Hilliard Davidson / Worthington Kilbourne / Central Crossing Tri Meet.
A little after the decade, but none the less interesting, the OHRunners Girls Cross Country All-Decade list is finally completed. This was really hard to decide, so we added an eighth member to the All-Decade team.
In its third decade of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, Gatorade has announced its 2007-08 Boys & Girls Cross Country Runners of the Year. Gatorade and RISE teamed up to name State Boys & Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year award winners representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia.Claire Durking of Worthington Kilbourne and Donny Roys of Medina have been selected as the recipients for the state of Ohio.
The final MileSplit Foot Locker National Power Rankings are here. With Foot Locker Nationals taking place last weekend, the top athletes in the nation had a chance to go head to head and prove just who is best. Ending number one on our Power Rankings are Foot Locker champions Ashley Brasovan and Mike Fout (above, photo by John Herzog).
Click Here for the most updated MileSplit coverage of the Foot Locker Nationals Brasovan & Fout Win!!!The results are in and the champions are...Ashley Brasovan of Florida and Mike Fout of Indiana!!! Brasovan used a strong third mile to beat out defending champions Jordan Hasay (CA) and Kathy Kroeger (TN). In the boys race Fout survived a blazing opening mile to pull away in the third mile in grand fashion. The Foot Locker National Championships definitely inspired! (Photos by John Herzog)Durkin finishes fifth and Infled 13th! Four female runners from Ohio qualified at the Foot Locker Midwest Regional held on November 24th in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The ladies are: Claire Durkin of Worhington Kilbourne; Emily Infeld of Beaumont; Chelsea Oswald of Walsh Jesuit; and Stephanie Morgan of Barnesville. Congratulations Claire Durkin on finishing fifth and being an All-American. Other Ohio finishers were Emily Infeld, 13th place, Chelsea Oswald, 31st, and Stephanie Morgan, 35th. These ladies have had outstanding Cross Country seasons, and at OHRunners we look forward to seeing how well they compete in the upcoming Track and Field seasons. Click Here to see past results of the Foot Locker Nationals Check out the Foot Locker Nationals home page for a live webcast of the races. Official Foot Locker Nationals Results Boys/Girls Foot Locker Finalist Capsules: Northeast / South / Midwest / West Foot Locker Videos: MileSplit Foot Locker Nationals Video Page (All Videos)Foot Locker Photos: Race Photos by John Herzog / Friday's Course Preview Foot Locker Top 15 Predictions by Brandon Miles: Boys / GirlsGirls Summary: The Florida Mighty Mite Brasovan Wins Girls RaceBoys Summary: Underdog Fout Wins Boys Race Post Race Interview With Claire Durkin: Click HereRace Videos: Girls Championship / Boys Championship FL Champs Post Race Interviews: Ashley Brasovan - Part 1 / Ashley Brasovan - Part II / Mike Fout Interview
Florida's Ashley Brasovan winning the girls titleA quick early pace broke up the girls race very early with a group of five chasing pre-race favorite Jordan Hasay. With a mile left to go the top athletes started catching Hasay with the smallest of athletes, 4' 11" Ashley Brasovan making the biggest move to challenge for the win. In the final 600 meters the Florida star proved her toughness to knock out the rest of the field and cruise away to victory.
Claire Durkin (OH) won the FL Midwest girls race by 41 seconds Pack running will be the key to success if the Midwest hopes to win the team races Saturday at Foot Locker Nationals. At the Midwest Regional packs reigned supreme in both races if you look at the results. The boys have a dominant top four with a lot of experience after them to fill the rest of the scoring gaps, while the girls have a mix of newcomers and experience that should make their team very strong.
Jordan Hasay leads the way on the girls side With the fields finally set for the Foot Locker National Championships this coming weekend, the MileSplit Foot Locker National Power Rankings has very little movement this week. California athletes top the rankings with German Fernandez and Jordan Hasay leading the way.Check out the MileSplit National Page for the most updated information on the 2007 Foot Locker Nationals
Ohio's Claire Durkin wins Foot Locker Midwest in record timeFreezing temperatures and a windy morning couldn't slow down the competition at the Foot Locker Midwest Regional Saturday in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The best of the best in the region faced off with some amazing performances taking place. Claire Durkin (Sr., Worthington, OH) won the girls race in course record time, beating the field by over 40 seconds. Mike Fout (Sr., La Porte, IN) held off the pack to win the boys race. Read the MileSplit account of what took place.
Colby Lowe (TX) wins the South boys championship The best of the best congregated at the Foot Locker Midwest, Northeast and South Regional courses Saturday to prove just who belongs in San Diego in two weeks time for nationals. Each region showed talent, and a few surprises took place. Check out our full coverage inside of each region (summaries, pics, articles and video).Race WinnersMidwest: Mike Fout (IN) & Claire Durkin (OH)Northeast: Donn Cabral (CT) & Neely Spence (PA)South: Colby Lowe (TX) & Kathy Kroeger (TN)
Minnesota's Rob Finnerty looks to make Foot Locker Nationals The "Race to San Diego" starts this coming weekend. The Midwest Regional takes place in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The past two days have showered the course, creating a mud pit that is often seen at this regional. Experienced seniors and a few stellar underclassmen should be the highlight of the event. See who the favorites are.Ohio has a slew of female runners that could finish well at the race. Click on the title to see who.
Since 1987 the Mid-East Cross Country Championships have brought together states in the Mid-East to match-up their top runners against one another. This year six states compete in the field. Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania are bringing some of their best to earn regional bragging rights.
Highlights and recaps of all the races from the OHSAA State Cross Country Championship.
A traditional power at Foot Locker Nationals, the Midwest Region's performances this year, thus far, are as good as they have ever been. While few emerging newcomers earn their way onto this week's MileSplit Foot Locker Power Rankings, some heralded veterans show why they are on this list in the first place.
Last December, the Midwest girls won the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships team title. They completed the task with amazing precision, placing their top five scorers in the top twelve spots. This year, the Midwest girls are looking just as strong, as four returnees will be duking it on for a team spot again, and a slew of young talent tires to break through. Two girls from Ohio are ranked in the top twelve and two more Ohio girls are mentioned to keep an eye on.