Lebanon senior, Sam Duncan was the 4th Ohioan to cross the line in the Championship Division with his time of 16:38.10.
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Lebanon junior, Faith Duncan will test herself against the region's best in Saturday's Championship Division race.
2019 OHSAA D2 Discus State Champion, Kirsten Clay, from Van Wert, will compete in a variety of throwing events for the Bearcats next year.
Lakota East's Danielle Horter is on her way to Tennessee to suit up for the Lee University Flames.
MileSplit breaks down the top seven meets of the weekend
Vote for who you think Ohio's top male and female XC runners were from the week of August 19th to 25th.
MileSplit is headed to Moeller, GlenOak, Pickerington North and Wilmington College this weekend - view the top 500 'eligible returners' from the 2018 meets blended together.
Lebanon's Hope Erbach checks-in as the state's sixth ranked junior class returner due to a 18:07.30 performance at last year's Saturday Night Lights meet.
Springboro junior, Jenna Schwinghamer earned the 400 and 800 race wins at the Greater Western Ohio Conference Championships.
Lebanon sophomore, Faith Duncan posted an Ohio No. 12 time of 10:54.31 in the 3200 race at the GWOC Championships.
Lebanon's Faith Duncan claimed a third place finish at the highly competitive 2017 Saturday Night Lights meet due to her time of 17:35.00.
Lebanon's Hope Erbach won the Division I race with her Ohio No. 29 time of 19:22.10.
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The 4th & 5th place finishers from the DI, DII and DIII races at the Ohio State XC Championship are profiled.
Lebanon's Faith Duncan finished 5th overall in the DI race with her time of 17:39.50.
Many notable results were posted by Ohio's freshman and sophomore athletes at the Region meets.
Lakota East's Dustin Horter is seeking his 2nd Division I Ohio State Cross Country Championship win.
Lebanon High School's Faith Duncan has her high school cross country career off to an impressive start.
Check out the next big names to watch in cross country.
Dustin Horter recorded new Ohio #1's in the 800m and 1600m races!
The fall sports season kicks off this week for local high schools and this Friday, Aug. 23, 2013 marks the 3rd annual Moeller Primetime Invitational sponsored by Buckeye Running Company at the Bruin Golf Course in Kings. Runners compete on the golf course under portable lights with Kings Island in the background.
Ohio MileSplit got in touch with some of the top returners throughout the state in all divisions to see how their summer training was going and ask a few other questions. Take a look inside to catch up with Jacquelyn Crow of Lebanon.
Lights, camera, action! Those are the steps Cincinnati cross country runners are following this upcoming weekend. The 2nd annual Moeller Primetime Invitational will take place Friday, Aug. 24, 2012 at the Bruin Golf Course in Kings under the lights. “Not only are we anxious to showcase the talent of our team under the Friday night lights, that were once commonly held only for high school football, but that of all teams competing in this event, and to promote the sport of high school cross country running to the causal sports fan,” Moeller head coach Dave Prenger said.
-Athlete Name: Jacquelyn Crow -School: Lebanon High School -Year of Graduation: 2014
Jake Brumfield’s name was almost nowhere to be found among Internet gurus predicting distance winners at Dayton Division I regional track and field finals Friday night at Welcome Stadium. “I missed the first three weeks of the season with a bad hamstring,” the Vandalia Butler sophomore said. “So I haven’t really been getting into great running shape until the last few weeks.” (via http://www.daytondailynews.com)
HUBER HEIGHTS — Thurgood Marshall’s Alante Oliver, one of the state’s top Division II sprinters, added more credentials to his resume Friday night. He was a double winner in the 100 and 200 meters and a member of the first-place 800- and 1,600-meter relay teams at the Wayne Invitational. (via DaytonDailyNews.com )
With 41 schools and 17 conferences represented, the Wayne Invitational will have interest piqued across the state. The meet has grown to one of the premeir events to showcase talented teams and individuals in Southwestern Ohio as well as across the state. This meet will be a true balance of sprints, hurdles, distance and field events. The team championship is truly up for grabs, for both boys and girls.
FAIRBORN — As Centerville junior Josh Steible hit the mile-and-a-half mark, an Elks supporter yelled for him to “put the hammer down. (via www.daytondailynews.com)
Lebanon's Jacquelyn Crow had a stellar freshman season placing 20th at Foot Locker Midwest and second in the 3200 meters at the OHSAA State Championships. Crow talks about her recent success, what she's been doing to have an even better sophomore year, her favorite running brand, and much more in this cross country Q&A.
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.
While Virtual Meets are just a prediction of available statistics, this will be a good jumping off point for discussion of the upcoming Division and Conference meets. Realize that the virtual meet feature allows teams to score more than two people in an event.
This year’s Endurance Sports Wayne Invitational may go down as one of the best ever, and that’s saying a lot, considering who has set foot on this track in the past. Names like Piqua’s Brandon Saine
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