Mentor sophomore, Paige Floriea leaped 18-4.5 to earn the long jump event win at GlenOak.
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View a collection of photos from the Division 1 & Division 2/3 Indoor State Championship meets.
MileSplit Ohio's contributors will be on-site providing coverage at Otterbein, Tiffin and SPIRE this weekend.
Pickerington Central's Evan Matthews recently committed to Ohio State University.
The OHSAA District Cross Country - Voice of America Park meet took place last Saturday in West Chester.
Watch race videos from the OHSAA District Cross Country - Voice of America Park meet.
Check out the 2900+ race pictures from the OHSAA District Cross Country - VOA Park by Chris Greene.
Turpin High School's Samantha Bush is 13th on the list from her 18:20.34 result in 2016.
Lakota East High School's Dustin Horter is ranked 1st from his 15:02.09 result in 2016.
Numerous state ranked results were recorded at the Greater Miami Conference Championships!
MACON, Ga. - Northern Kentucky University's J.J. Webber was named the Atlantic Sun Conference Runner of the Week for men's cross country, the league office announced on Wednesday.
College signings are always interesting to see, but everybody wonders why one athlete chose one schol and why another athlete chose a different school. Inside you will find out why certain athletes chose the school that they did in their own words.
Lakota West track and cross country standout Brady Holmer has verbally committed to compete at NKU, according to Lakota West. “I love the coach’s training philosophy and with their proposed jump to Division I next year, I know there will be inter-team competition to push me to my limits,” Holmer told the Lakota West website. (via High School Sports Blog)
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.
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.
Another weekend of cross country and excitement is in the books. This week saw Zach Wills dipping under 15 minutes for the first time in his career at the Culver Academis Invitational. St. Ignatius and Magnificat both won their respective Championship races at the All Ohio Catholic Championship in Kettering, Ohio.
The fourth addition to the Saturday Night Lights is back with a new venue, date and a lot more of excitement.
Preview for the Troy Regional, including qualified teams, qualified individual runners and predictions for each race. Look for the Pickerington Preview on Monday, the Tiffin Preview on Tuesday and the GlenOak Preview on **Thursday**.
Morgan finishes 4th at Great American; Mason Boys finish 3rd in Greater Miami Conference; Roys Runs 15:12.02 in the Valley Division race of the Northeast Ohio Conference. The most Comprehensive list of Ohio Cross Country League/Conference Championships can be found inside
Freshman Tsehaye Hiluf of Reynoldsburg is making a statement early in the season that he is going to be a player come November. Tsehaye finished 7th at the Hot Summer Bash last weekend with a time of 16:23 in his first high school 5k of his career, and now can add a runner up finish at Lebanon this weekend to his short, but impressive, resume.