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Vote for Ohio's top program and best overall runner from the years 2010 to 2019.
Vote for Ohio's top program and best overall runner from the years 2010 to 2019.
With the decade quickly coming to a close, review our selections for Ohio's top programs, top 7 and top overall individuals for both girls and boys.
Lexington junior, Halle Hamilton resides at No. 6 on the list due to her season's best time of 17:50.30.
Check out all the highlights from this weekend's OHSAA State Championships!
Halle Hamilton took a 3rd place finish individually and led her team from Lexington to their 3rd consecutive Division 2 title.
Shelby senior, Caleb Brown is unbeaten individually in 6 races this season with 3 marks under the 15 minute barrier.
At the 2018 OHSAA State Cross Country Championship, Noah Fisher, Kyle Johnston and Conant Smith pocketed 1st place finishes.
There were plenty of fireworks this weekend across the state. Check out our recap of the Tiffin Carnival and McGowan Invitational.
View the first XC team rankings release of the 2019 season, courtesy of the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches.
Vote for who you think will take the individual state meet wins in Division 1, 2 and 3.
See a breakdown of Ohio's top 100 overall returning cross country teams based on 1-5 performances from each squad during the 2018 season.
Beechcroft's Makiya Montgomery leads the junior class rankings for the 200 and resides in second place in the 100.
Greenville junior, Riley Hunt vaulted 13-6.5 for an Ohio No. 1 / US No. 6 performance at the GWOC Championships.
University of Louisville commit, Kyle Johnston threw down an Ohio tie for #4 time of 4:24.75 on route to taking the 1600 win.
Granville's Reilly Zink and Lexington's Joanna Halfhill went 1-2 in the 1600 contest at the Lexington Invite.
University of Louisville commit, Kyle Johnston claimed a pair of race wins at the Lexington Invite.
Mentor sophomore, Paige Floriea took the long jump win due to her 18-6 effort.
Granville junior, Reilly Zink took the 1600 win with her time of 5:09.43.
Shelby's Caleb Brown earned a runner-up finish in the Division II race with his time of 16:05.80.
View the top 500 performances from the State Championship meet with all divisions combined.
Lexington's Kyle Johnston went 15:52.90 to earn the Division II State Championship win.
Check out the Division II boys and girls State Championship preview by guest contributor, William Edwards.
View the top 300 returning boys from the 2017 State Championship with all divisions combined.
Led by senior Kyle Johnston, Lexington have their sights set on claiming the Division II team title at November's State Championship meet.
Week In Review: Check out the performances from meets during October 1st - 7th.
Lexington's Kyle Johnston traveled to Michigan and took a runner-up finish in the Division II race at the prestigious Portage Invitational.
The Lexington girls are seeking their second consecutive Division II state title.
Lexington's Kyle Johnston finished first in the boys championship race to earn his sixth win of the season.
Led by Caleb Brown and Joanna Halfhill, Shelby and Lexington are the top ranked Division II teams in the latest OATCCC poll.
Lexington's Kyle Johnston recorded an Ohio No. 6 time of 15:43.80 to take the DII win at Tiffin.
Who Won The Week: Check out the top 500 performances in Ohio from August 20th to 26th.
View photos from the OHSAA Early Season Invitational.
Watch athlete interviews from the OHSAA Early Season Invitational.
Dustin Horter and Chad Johnson lead an exceptional 1 Mile field at the Rod Russell Mason Invitational.
Wayne's Joel Crain will compete in the weight throw and shot put events at the Findlay Invite.
Check out a collection of some of the most memorable indoor, outdoor and xc photos from Ohio in 2017.
Many of Ohio's best track and field athletes have expressed their interest in competing at the Showcase.
VOTE: Who should be the 2017 MileSplit Ohio Male Cross Country 'Performer of the Year'?
Lexington High School's Ryan Johnston will compete for the University of Louisville next year.
The 4th & 5th place finishers from the DI, DII and DIII races at the Ohio State XC Championship are profiled.
Impressive results were posted by the 2nd and 3rd place finishers in the DI, DII & DIII races.
Impressive overall team performances were demonstrated at last weekend's Ohio State XC Championship.
Watch post-race interviews from last Saturday's OHSAA Ohio State Cross Country Championship.
View the 300+ photos from the awards stand at the OHSAA Ohio State Cross Country Championship.
View the 3100+ race pictures from the OHSAA Ohio State Cross Country Championship by Shawn Conlon.
Zach Kreft & Leah Roter are seeking repeats at the 2017 OHSAA Ohio State Cross Country Championship.
Check out the post-race athlete interviews from Saturday's Midwest Meet of Champions.
High level cross country action is expected to take place at Saturday's Midwest Meet of Champions.
Check out the list of race winners from last weekend's OHSAA Early Season Invitational in Hebron.
VOTE: Who do you think was the top performer at this past weekend's OHSAA Early Season Invitational?
Exciting Track and Field action is set to take place at the D2 OHSAA State Track and Field Championship!
2016 XC Top 100 Returning Individuals - D2 Boys
An Ohio Teams and Individuals preview of the Eastern Relays in Louisville, KY
Ohio's Indoor season has another large weekend on slate. On Friday, The University of Findlay hosts the OATCCC Nortwest District Invitational. On Saturday, Bowling Green is hosting the Sid Sink Invitational. Ohio State and Kent State are also hosting large meets. On Sunday, Tiffin is hosting it's third meet of the season. We can expect our Ohio athletes to continue to challenge each other and our leading times and marks to continue to fall.
What's in store for 2016 in Ohio T&F? Every year Ohio's athletes provide us with many surprises. Ohio, year in and year out, always has some of the best athletes in the nation. I've pulled out my crystal ball and boldly will venture forward where no one has gone before. Here are 10 predictions for Ohio's 2016 T&F seasons.
Top Ten Ohio Girls All-Time Indoor Performances- The Distance Events
Lexington Sr. Dominique Clairmonte was voted the 2015 Ohio MileSplit Female Athlete of the Year! Coming off an injury in 2013, she ran with an intense resolve and determination to win in XC and on the track. Not afraid to lead and relentless in pushing the pace, starting with a 2014 D2 OHSAA State XC win, she won four more State titles in 2015, including the 1,600 and 3,200 double at both the OATCCC 2/3 Indoor State Championships and the OHSAA D2 State Championship, establishing herself as one of the most dominant distance runners in Ohio History.
Here's a look at Ohio's Top 50 Returning Boys ang Girls in the Distance Races.
VOTE for the " Ohio MileSplit Female Athlete of the Year"
Here is a Rankings Preview of our top 35 returnng D2/3 Indoor track & Field Girls.
D2 Girls Regional Preview - Virtual Regional Meets
Lexington's Clairmonte & Olentangy Liberty's Bower run US Top 25 Times Last Weekend!
10 Ohioans in US Top 25 in their Classes! 5 Girls, 4 Boys & 3 Top 10!
All of the Ohio Divisional Cross Country rankings for both boys and girls in one central hub.
A Preview of the Midwest Meet of Champions.
Vote for the Best XC Performance of the Week! (9/7-9/12)
Sr. Dominique Clairmonte of Lexington took over OH #1 over the weekend. She went head to head in the Ashland Invitational with OH #2, Jr. Michelle Hostettler of West Holmes. The top three times in the State are held by D2 girls.
Top 50 Division 2 Boys
Lexington Sr. Dominique Clairmonte is the most dominant girls distance runner in Ohio at this time. She is poised to establish herself this year as one of the all time great girl's distance runners in Ohio High School history. Read about her accomplishments, her motivation and her goals for this year in this exclusive MileSplit Ohio interview.
Lindsey Scarton of Berea-Midpark is the leading Junior returner in the State. She was 2nd in the D1 Girls Race at State last year in 18:14.51. Here's a list of the Top 20 returners and a link to all of the Junior preseason rankings.
Watch the Lexington High School duo of Nick Stricklen and Ryan Johnston go 1-2 in the H section race at the OHSAA Early Season Invite with Stricklen running the fastest time of the day at 15:46.
Sami Stoner has already broken through barriers, becoming the first sanctioned legally blind cross country runner to compete with a guide dog as a member of the Lexington (Ohio) High girls cross country team. In the process she has become a national celebrity, appearing on Good Morning America and serving as the focus of an ESPN profile for which a camera crew spent eight days living with her family and following her every move. Continue reading → (via Yahoo! Sports)
LEXINGTON -- Sami Stoner has yet to cross the finish line in first place, but she has won over fans while trying. In the process, she's become a champion for teens with challenges. Stoner, who is legally blind and a runner on the Lexington girls cross country team, is believed to be the first high school athlete in Ohio to compete with a guide dog. "How could anyone in cross country complain when you look at what she is doing? It's powerful stuff," Lexington head coach Denise Benson said. Yet, that powerful example almost wasn't allowed to happen. (via Mansfield News Journal)
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.
What a state meet it was!
Preview for the Pickerington North Regional, including qualified teams, qualified individual runners and predictions for each race. Look for the Tiffin Preview on Tuesday and the GlenOak Preview on **Thursday**.
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). This is even tougher on the girls side because of how much of an impact freshman can make come post-season time. 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 2 Top 10 Girls Teams.