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Day One at World Jrs: Misana Viltz advances in the hurdles; Grant Fisher PR 3:49.62 in the 1500 but does not advance in the 1500 

Alexa Efraimson still working on a plan for the future

World Juniors: A look at the medal contenders


World Juniors Webcast Info | Entries

USATF Junior Olympics Webcast Info

Steppin' Out

Gatorade Athletes of the Year Video interviews with Fisher | Saunders | Efraimson (Courtesy of Erik Boal)

Kaylin WhitneySuper soph Kaylin Whitney has found her 'calling'

HS record holder took big steps at US Juniors, now looks to Worlds


New Rules: NFHS no longer concerned with jewerly, tweaks field event issues

AAU Club Nationals FL - TFX Results | Chicagoland Throws: Colin Minor 232-4 HT, plus Raven Saunders 56-4 SP | Results | Videos






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Previously on DyeStat

Week Ending July 13


AAU Club Nationals FL - TFX Results | Chicagoland Throws: Colin Minor US#1 232-4 HT, plus Raven Saunders 56-4 shot put | Results | Videos (from DyeStat IL)

John NepolitanDyeStat photographer and friend John Nepolitan (right) leaving Don Bosco for Maui - Story 

Some of Nepo's favorite photos


Team USA Revealed

World Juniors team includes 39 high school athletes, about half of the (19-under) team

Is the selection process for the World Juniors team flawed?




Week Ending July 6


Trentavis Friday and Kaylin WhitneyHistoric 100s and 200s at Juniors!

Trentavis Friday US HS record 10.00 in 100 prelims, DQs final; Comes back with 20.03w all-conditions, all-time best

FL soph Kaylin Whitney 11.10 US HS record in the 100 final; then, amazing 22.49 200!

It's Alexa-Elise 1-2 in the women's 1,500

Sydney McLaughlin No. 2 all-time 400 hurdles; Dior Hall 13.00 in the 100 hurdles; Grant Fisher MI, Kendal Williams FL, Raevyn Rogers TX, Misana Viltz  CA, Myles Marshall TX, Amir Ali Patterson CA (See the Final Attempt SP throws here), Bailey Roth CO, Haley Showalter CO, Desiree Freier TX and Bonnie Draxler WI all in the top two with a qualifying mark

U.S. Juniors: Team Qualifiers | TFX Results | Interviews | Top Performers Poll

Raven Saunders SC, Kord Ferguson KS, Devin King LA, Curtis Thompson NJ, Keturah Orji NJ among those who are in! | Mary Cain wins 3,000 

Preview: Elite HS stars aiming to make World team | FeatureWell-rounded Olivia Baker a 'Renaissance Woman'  

Also: Allie Ostrander beat all the boys at Mount Marathon in Alaska



Week Ending June 29


USATF Sunday: Mary Cain 2nd at USAs (4:06.34) behind Jenny Simpson | Watch The FinalResults

Golden West: Candace Hill GA 11.55/23.53 double; Christina Aragon MT 4:44.33 all-time state best mile; Marquis Morris CA 13.74 110H; Reonna Collier CA 13.77/41.81 hurdles double; Nate Moore CA 23-10/50-1.75 | Results


USATF Friday: Recent HS grad Cain advances to finals of USATF 1,500 meters (4:09.08); Efraimson ties up in final 200 and misses final (4:12.89)


Preps Ashlee Moore AZ (5,418) and Shaina Burns MN (5,363) go 1-2 in the heptathlon to earn spots on US World Jr Team | Harrison Williams TN scores 7,737 to win the USA Jr decathlon; Gabriel Moore FL second with 7,594


USA Youth ChampsKianna Gray KY 23.95 to win 17-18 200; Lynna Irby IN 24.09 for 15-16 200; Tanner Green KS 48.44 in 400 prelims | Complete Video Coverage

New All-Time State Bests in 2014


Week Ending June 22


Brooks, Alexa EfraimsonBrooks PR Invite: Grant Fisher drops 8:51.28 2-mile and discusses The World Cup and his 2-Mile US#1


Alexa Efraimson (photo right from Brooks) cruises in the 800 with 2:03.26; Bethan Knights outkicks Hannah DeBalsi and runs fastest ever full 2-mile 9:53.54; Northport boys run No. 2 all-time 4xMile; Sarah Feeny and Matthew Maton take the miles; Isaiah Moore and Dior Hall win hurdles races; Christian Coleman and Kaylin Whitney top 100s; Olivia Baker and Devante Lacy rule 400s; Derek Holdsworth surges to 800 win 

Brooks PR Invite Preview: Breaking down every event



Week Ending June 15


New Balance Nationals Outdoor NBN stars

The Loop: Ask A High Schooler


Best of Sunday - Raven Saunders 56-7.50; Keturah Orji 20-11.75 LJ; Trentavis Friday 20.41 200; Candace Hill 23.14 200; Sydney McLaughlin 56.89 400H: Raevyn Rogers wins the 800; Devin King 17-7 PV; Union Catholic NJ boys and Oak Park MI girls win 4x400s | Recap

Saturday - National records: Western Branch girls shuttle hurdles; Columbia girls SMR; Bailey Roth 2,000-meter steeple; Northport boys put three under 9 minutes! | Recap | Highlights

Friday - Anna Rohrer 16:16, Alex Ostberg 14:16 5Ks | Recap | Highlights


Efraimson 4:07.05 1500 in NYC! STORY | Nepo's PHOTOS

Mary Cain runs 2:01.67 for 800 meters ahead of HS graduation

adidas Dreams: Grant Fisher 4:02.02, Sarah Feeny 4:39.23 miles; Kaylin Whitney 11.27, Kendall Williams 10.46 in the 100s | Results

New Englands - Results | Portland Track Festival: Ella Donaghu all-time OR record 4:21.35 in the 1,500!




Week Ending June 8


Garrett O'Toole 4:01.89 mile in Mass. | Story | Dream Mile lineup | NBNO Entries

Great SW Classic NM: Meet Story - Haley Showalter No. 8 all-time hammer 193-4, Ashlee Moore No. 10 all-time heptathlon (5,311) and Tiana Bonds 16th all-time (5,258), plus 40.90 in the 300 hurdles; Diamond Spaulding 23.00 200; Keturah Orji 44-9.50  TJ; Keandre Bates US#1 50-9.50 TJ; | MEET VIDEOS | Results | PhotosPreview 

 Star Athletics FL: Soph Kaylin Whitney 11.30/22.80w


OFSAA Championships (Canada) - Complete Coverage


NY 1600 final, with Mikey Brannigan on the left and Luke Gavigan on the right.State Meet Index - 

CaliforniaDyeStatCal coverage - Ariana Washington 11.22/22.96 double!! | Results

New YorkRai Benjamin US#3 51.86 400H; Luke Gavigan 4:07.82 1600 | Results

Ohio: All-time state record for St. Xavier boys in the 4x800 7:36.33! | Results

IndianaAnna Rohrer runs 10:14.43! Lynna Irby 11.61/24.07/54.38 triple | Results

VirginiaJohn Warren goes 50-3.50 in the TJ; Chantel Ray 13.42 hurdles | Results

MinnesotaEli Krahn returns to form with 4:13.54/9:00.08 double wins | Results

Wisconsin: Wisconsin Lutheran 7:39.39 4x800 | Results

Massachusetts: Karina Shepard runs 2:07.14 in the 800 | Results

New Hampshire: Hannah Parker 2:08.42 in the 800 | Results | Recap

Rhode Island: Maddy Berkson 4:26.88 in the 1,500 | Results

Maine: Kate Hall breaks 3 meet records; Dan Curts 4:09.88 1600 | Results | Recap

Vermont: Autumn Eastman doubles | Results

New Jersey MOC: Frosh Sydney McLaughlin No. 7 all-time 56.91 400H plus 13.47 in the 100H; Ishmael Muhammad 1:48.52 800; Brianna Gess 4:45.97 1600; Olivia Baker wins fourth 400 title; Keturah Orji 44-1.25 TJ; Curtis Thompson US#1 224-10 JT | Results

Trentavis Friday surprised himself with 10.17/20.33 double: FEATURE



Week Ending June 1

Trentavis Friday surprised himself with 10.17/20.33 double: FEATURE

Prefontaine Classic included Mary Cain (2:02.31/800), Elise Cranny (4:13.38/1500) and Blake Haney (4:10.41/Mile) | California SS Masters: Bethan Knights US#1 9:54.89! Great Oak trio Haley Dorris (4:44.60), Destiny Collins (4:45.26) and Ashley Helbig (4:48.25) go 1-2-4; Arianna Washington 11.49/23.40; LB Poly girls relays 45.25 and 3:41.31!

Ohio: Nick Demaline smashes a big throw at regionals - US#1 SP 68-10.50


State Meet Index - 

Alexa Efraimson at the WIAA ChampionshipsWashington: Alexa Efraimson runs fastest ever HS 1600! Hannah Cunliffe anchors Federal Way 4x1 to state record 46.90 - StoryVIDEO INTERVIEWS | Results | Recap

New Jersey (Groups): Sydney McLaughlin  frosh record 58.24 400 hurdles | Results

Illinois: Kahmari Montgomery 21.25/46.82 double; Luke Winder 17-3 PV | Results | DyeStatIL

Michigan: Donavan Brazier US#4 1:50.24 800 | Results

Missouri: Carlos Davis state record and US#1 212-5 discus! | Results | Recap

South Dakota: Cortney Dowling breaks all-time state 400 record with 55.11 | Results | Recap

Kansas: Kord Ferguson US#2 206-2 DT/64-7.50 SP throws double | Results | Recap

Montana: Big Sky girls run all-time MT record 48.38 4x100 | Results | Recap

New Hampshire Results |  



Week Ending May 25


State Meets this week: Illinois (boys), Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey (groups), South Dakota and Washington (on-site Thursday); Prefontaine Classic (on-site Sat.) | Performance of the Week - Who gets your vote? | Canada: Road To OFSAA Champs 


CA Section Finals coverage at DyeStatCal | Golden South FL: Kendal Williams 20.55 200, Terry Jernigan 10.27 100 RESULTS | DistancePreps Videos | Also, Alexa Efraimson WA state record 4:37.85 for 1600; Tanner Anderson doubles 8:56.80/4:13.79; Kord Ferguson KS 210-3 DT; Olivia Baker NJ 12.25/24.53/53.74/2:12.07 quadruple!

State Meet Index

Oregon: Sheldon boys break 4x100 record | Videos | Photos | TFX Results | Recap

Illinois girls: Lincoln Way-East 46.04 state record 4x100 | DyeStat Illinois | TFX Results

Tennessee: Harrison Williams 7,114 dec, plus four more wins in D2 | TFX Results | Recap

Pennsylvania: Central Bucks South girls break 4x800 record | TFX Results | Recap

Kentucky: Four wins for Kianna Gray | TFX Results | Recap

Nebraska: Kenzo Cotton goes out in style | TFX Results | Recap 

Wyoming:   Ricky Faure 1:48.14! | TFX Results | Recap

Maryland: Freshman Stephanie Davis leads Magruder TFX Results | Recap 

Iowa: Thomas Pollard 8:50 and Austin Chandler 8:51! TFX Results | Recap

Nevada: Sydney Badger, Tiana Bonds four-peat TFX Results | Photos | Recap 

Alaska: Another record for Allie OstranderTFX Results | Recap

North Dakota: Bismarck boys pile up 200 points | TFX Results | Recap 

West Virginia:  Amelia Paladino shines with triple | TFX Results | Recap

Rhode Island: More State Meets: Missouri (small schools Results)  and DC Results

In Oregon, a celebration of 50 years of state championships for girls



Week Ending May 18

Two weeks away: Cranny gets a shot at Cain and other pros at Pre Classic 1,500; Efraimson has state meet conflict in Washington


This Weekend's State Meet Action: State Meet Index

Colorado: Dior Hall 13.09 100 hurdles US#3 all-time!! (soph Ashley Miller 13.38 for 2nd); Alleandra Watt 11.53/23.73 double; Elise Cranny 2:12.05/4:47.54/10:17.48 triple | TFX Results | RECAP

Utah: Conner Mantz 8:57.99 3200/4:10 1600; Sarah Feeny state record for 1600 4:45.13, also 10:13.86 3200 | TFX Results | VIDEO INTERVIEWS | RECAP

New Mexico: Tiffany Garcia 24.17 200 record part of triple | TFX Results | RECAP

Idaho: Elijah Armstrong triple: 1:54.42/4:09.04 SR/9:00.73 | TFX Results | RECAP

Oklahoma: Jade Patton 11.70/24.19 double; Tommy Dial 17-1 PV | TFX Results | RECAP

N. Carolina: Kayla Montgomery, Parkland girls among winners | TFX Results | RECAP

South Carolina: Raven Saunders 55-8.50 SP | TFX Results | RECAP

Delaware: Maiya Dendy 11.81 100, helps lead the way for Padua girls | TFX Results | RECAP


Elsewhere: Vashti Cunningham NV soared over 6-3 in the HJ for US#3 all-time and soph class record at regional meet; Lexi Weeks US#3 14-0 PV at Arkansas MOC; Adoree' Jackson DQ'd in CIF-SS prelims LJ for viewing video of his jump; Sarah Baxter wins final HS race in California, says: "This is my last race. My doctor doesn’t want me to go any further. I’m done."  



Week Ending May 11

Brandon Bray US#1 PV

Texas State Meet | State Meet Index

US#1s in Austin: Texas B4x100 40.41; Brandon Bray US Jr class record 17-8.50 PV (photo courtesy Bert Richardson); Kendall Sheffield 13.63 110H; Devante Lacy 46.10 400; Kingwood 3:13.25 B4x400

Inspirational Charlotte Brown fourth at 11-0 in the 3A PV| Photos | Desiree Freier won her third Texas 5A title on Saturday (13-6). Feature Story 


Mississippi: Clinton girls relay teams crush state records, US#6 1:37.58 4x2 and 46.14 4x1

Arizona: Ky Westbrook wins four! 11.69w 100, 24.33 200, 45-7.25 SP and 14.17 100 hurdles! Paul Lucas 10.66 100, 24-4.50w LJ before pulling hamstring; Bryant O'Georgia SR 7-2.50 HJ

Arkansas: Bentonville sweeps 7A team titles, Payton Stumbaugh breaks state record in 100 hurdles (13.92)

Georgia: Jaylan Reid 63-4.75 SP; Daniel Haugh 194-7 DT; Preston Williams 24-2.50; Kenan Farmer doubles 4:11.47/9:15.90; Christian Coleman 10.38/21.10 double

Hawaii: Alyssa Bettendorf sweeps 100-200-400 for Seabury Hall; Jac Hebert breaks 1500 record (4:01.23)

Lousiana: Devin King 17-8 PV; Willie Reed 24-3.75 LJ

North Carolina: Trentavis Friday cruises in 1A, 10.39/20.95

Loucks Games NY: Olivia Baker NJ beats strong 800 field in 2:08.42; Dan Curts ME 8:51.24 leads four guys under 8:55 in 3200; Caroline Alcorta VA 10:12.57; Staples CT girls 11:54.15 DMR; Richard Rose NY 46.38 and Zola Golden NY US#1 52.92!


Desiree Freier clearing 14 feet

World Juniors update - 177 nations intend to send teams to Eugene in July 


Raising The Bar

Desiree Freier (right) is shooting for unprecedented goals as Texas state meet begins Friday. Feature Story


Wednesday: Ella Donaghu breaks the Oregon record in the 3,000 (9:24.86)!


Inside the 'Alexa Efraimson Rule'Washington will allow HS athletes in individual sports to compete against higher competition | Video: Alexa Efraimson on what it means



Week Ending May 4


Elise Cranny No. 2 all-time 1,500 4:10.95 against pros at Stanford

Amelia Paladino doubles 4:47.29/10:00.42 for two W. Virginia all-time records

The Road to CIF finals | Sarah Baxter on the mend | 2014 State Meet Index 


State Meets!Candace Hill in Georgia

Alabama: Sean Collins (16-2 PV), Jayla Kirkland (11.47/23.65) break meet recordsMeet coverage from Arthur Mack | Preview: Top teams vie for state titles | Results

Florida: It's Kaylin Whitney over Krystal Sparling in the 100 - 11.48 to 11.64! Kendal Williams doubles 10.33/20.96! Kendall Ellis US#1 girls 400 52.95; Leon's Sukhi Khosla regains US#1 with 4:05.96 in the 1600 | Recaps, photos and videos from DistancePreps | Results

Georgia: Freshman Candace Hill runs US#2 11.44 and US#1 23.21 for 6A titles (photo by Walter Pinion) | Girls championships | Results | Photos


BYU Invite UT: All-time Utah bests for Trevor Leavitt in the 400 (47.00) and Cam Dopp in the 300 hurdles (36.30)! | Cherry Creek/Grandview Invite CO: US#4 54.01 for Nicole Montgomery in the 400 | Marion Freeman MO: US#1 1:50.19 800 for Charles Jones Jr.

Friday: Jesuit OR | Race Videos - Matthew Maton US#1 3:49.38 1500, Alexa Efraimson US#1 4:21.10, John Nizich US#1 222-9 Jav; Sheldon boys all-time OR record 41.41 4x1 



Week Ending April 27


More US#1s: McEachern girls 4x100 blazes 45.33 at SectionalDior Hall CO at Liberty Bell 13.39 100H; Garrett Corcoran CA 4:06.00 1600 and Bethan Knights 9:59.20 3200 at Orange Co.; JaMari Ward IL 50-6.50 at Winston Brown; Samantha Gonzalez TX 41.02 300H; Krystal Sparling FL 11.34/23.34 and 45.50 4x1 and Teammate Kendall Ellis 53.09 400


Jonah Lyles at Penn RelaysPenn Relays: Highlights - Photos

Saturday: US#1 Rai Benjamin in the 400 hurdles 52.72; Chaminade NY boys US#1 7:39.44 4x8! Strong day for Jonah Lyles at TC Williams VA (photo right)

(Fri) Columbia NJ US#2 all-time 8:45.37 4x800 victory with an epic 2:02 anchor from Olivia Baker!

US#1 and SOPH CLASS RECORD for Andrew Hunter VA 8:16.35 in the 3K!

US#1 in boys discus for Matthew Zajac VA with 200-9; US#1 for WC Henderson PA boys DMR 10:03.77 (Tony Russell 4:09.99 split)

(Thurs) West Springfield VA US#1 11:53.07 girls DMR; LB Poly girls relays advance; Keturah Orji 43-10.50w TJ; Hannah DeBalsi  CT 9:34.57 to win 3K; Amelia Paladino WV 4:45.34 mile winner | Walt Murphy's Preview

Drake Relays: Highlights - Stephanie Jenks 4:28.72 for 1500; Josh Evans 4:10.76 MR 1600; Albia HS boys wrap it up with 3:18.90 4x400 | (Fri) Mary Young 14.30 MR hurdles; Linn-Mar boys 3:26.89 MR sprint med; Jeff Giannettino 7-0 HJ | (Thurs) Jenks 9:26.87 3K to break meet record, set all-time Iowa best; Albert Meier 8:58.46 3200 to lead three guys under meet record


Meb's The Man: HS athletes praise Keflezighi's Boston Marathon win on Twitter




Week Ending April 20


Oregon Relays: Federal Way WA claims the team title, Ta'Mara Richey wins four times | Highlights | Robert Rosenberg's Saturday Gallery | Preview

Kansas Relays: Kord Ferguson helps christen new Rock Chalk Park (story by Alicia York) | Results

Mt. SAC: New US#1 for Elise Cranny in the 800 meters (2:04.81); Great Oak CA boys 4x800 and Davis CA girls 4x1600 run US#1s; Ashley Anderson CA US#1 41-2.50 TJ; Misana Viltz US#1 110 H; Randall Cunningham Jr US#1 7-2 HJ| DyeStatCal

New York Relays: Richard Rose over Rai Benjamin in high quality 400

Desiree Freier flies over 14-6! Texan keeps raising the bar  


Raven SaundersSmashing Success

 Charleston SC native Raven Saunders combined what her coach calls 'a perfect storm' as a recipe for unprecedented results in the girls shot put. Last Saturday she broke the national record by almost two feet. Story


Q&A with Alana Hadley: She won a half marathon in Charlotte, N.C. over the weekend, earned $300, and now has her sights set on Grandma's Marathon in June





Week Ending April 13


Crushing It! Raven Saunders SC raised the high school record in the outdoor shot put by nearly two feet Saturday, to 56-8.25. Story | TFX Elites at Taco Bell Classic SC

Alexa Efraimson at Arcadia (Chuck Utash photo)ARCADIA 2014

Saturday: Alexa Efraimson WA 9:55.92 and No. 5 all-time but misses the record (Sarah Baxter rested 'stress reaction,' says LA Daily News); Blake Haney CA 8:46.80 with fast close to lead 19 across the line under 9 minutes in marquee 3200s; plus Vashti Cunningham NV 6-2 in the HJ and Paul Lucas AZ 20.84 200.  HIGHLIGHTS | TFX Elites


FridayMultisHarrison Williams TN wins decathlon with No. 3 all-time 7525; Ashlee Moore AZ wins the heptathlon with 5048 points; Vacaville CA girls break HSR in the shuttle hurdles relay; Great Oak boys and girls win 4x1600s; Union Catholic NJ wins the boys 4x200; McQueen NV boys US#1 SMR; Rocky Mtn ID US#1 4x8  

Preview: Efraimson leads charge on Kim Mortensen's 1996 record


New US#1s mid-week: John Nizich OR javelin (221-10), Ella Donaghu OR  3,000 (9:34.80), Kiana Hawn TX 41.18 300 hurdles 




Week Ending April 6

Mary Cain over her injury but 2014 racing schedule not entirely set


Trevor Leavitt of Davis UT after his 4x400 carry on Saturday. He split 46.6.

Bringing It Home

Trevor Leavitt of Davis UT (right) lays on the track after his 46.6 split on the 4x400 relay overcame a 35-meter deficit for a victory Saturday at the Herriman Invitational. STORY


St. Thomas Aquinas girls break the HSR in 4x200 again -- 1:33.43 at Florida Relays! More relay firepower: Miami Northwestern girls US#1 4x8 9:06.76, St. Thomas Aquinas girls US#1 45.53 4x100, Miami Washington boys US#1 40.57 4x100 and US#1 3:13.74 4x400!! | Results

Mobile Challenge of Champions AL: RESULTS | Hill and Morken provide award-winning performances (by Arthur L. Mack| Day One Story Preview | Saturday Heat Sheet | Photo Gallery (by Walter Pinion) | Videos on Distance Preps


More Weekend Results: Stanford, Trabuco Hills, West Coast Relays in CA | Colonial Relays VA  (Video: Derek Holdsworth US#1 1:50.39)| Father Kelly Classic SC (Raven Saunders 51-9.50/158-3 double; Jasmine Quinn US#1 13.33 100H/11.93 100/18-11 LJ | Youth Olympics Trials FL: Four US#1s, including Grant Fisher 3:51.92 in the 1500, Noah Lyles 20.89 in the 200 | Brandon Bray TX new US#1 17-6 in the PV

On the Boards: Arcadia girls 3200 loading up with talent  



Week Ending March 30


All in a days' workHannah Long MO 4:45/2:11Alexa Efraimson WA 10:16/4:56/2:08

Sarah Baxter (right) and Bethan KnightsMt. Carmel Invite CA: Bethan Knights, Sarah Baxter tie! Both clocked in US#1 10:07.52 for 3200 (Chuck Utash photo left) | RESULTS | PHOTO GALLERY


Texas Relays: New HSRs for Desiree Freier (14-3.25) in the girls pole vault, St. Thomas Aquinas FL girls in the 4x200 (1:33.47)! | Freier's record could be the first of many | 12 US#1s among 1,018 DS Elites






Week Ending March 23

Chandler Rotary AZ

Results | Highlights: Adoree' Jackson CA 25-5.25 LJ; Cerake Geberkidane CO 4:06.56/9:02.69; Dior Hall CO 13.66 100H; Paul Lucas AZ 10.52/20.91; Ky Westbrook AZ 11.64; Katie Rainsberger CO 4:51.20  


Jesuit-Sheaner Relays TX: Double US#1s for Kord Ferguson KS in the SP (63-7) and DT (192-0); Austen Dalquist 4:11.97/9:00 double; Desiree Freier over 14 feet in PV


adidas MOC CA: Blake Haney doubles 1:53.78/9:02; Garrett Corcoran 4:10.28 mile 


WATCHLexi Weeks breaks the Arkansas state record in the PV (13-10), No. 9 all-time


Cunningham siblings Randall Jr. and Vashti hold down US#1s in the HJ


Hoosier State Relays IN: Leeanna Knight 18-8 LJ, Antonio Villegas 23-6.50 LJ | Illinois: Jake Winder improves to 17-5 PV (No. 8 all-time)



Week Ending March 16

Armory Friday

New Balance Nationals

BIG BOARD (Winners, records, rankings)


Greatest GIRLS meet of all-time?    

 (Five girls set national records)

Saturday: DIOR HALL 8.11 60H HSR!!


Tessa Barrett doubles back in 2-mile; Union Catholic boys take 4x2 and 4x4; Olivia Baker wins the 400; Alexa Efraimson and Elise Cranny dominate; Richard Rose takes 400 title; Keturah Orji, Nate Moore complete jumps sweeps; Trentavis Friday doubles 60-200; Grant Fisher splits 2:10/1:59 mile

National Records Saturday: Raven Saunders 56-7.50 SP; Devin King 17-10.25 PV; CBA 17:07.17 4xMile; Hoover girls 31.35 shuttle hurdles

Friday: Tessa Barrett HSR 5,000 16:11.85!! | Cardinal O'Hara PA boys #2 all-time in the DMR!


Montgomery hopeful her '15 minutes' of fame leads to something meaningful

Day One Recap | Day Two Recap | Day Three Recap (Chris Lotsbom)

NBNI PreviewsGig Harbor, CBA, Brentwood all eye 4xMile Relay | Distances | Jumps | Throws | Sprints | Relays | Hurdles | Schedule | Latest Start Lists | TFX Elites 


Week Ending March 9

Richard Rose of Boys and Girls High

The LOOP: Inside NBNI and The Armory  


NYC's Rose In Bloom


For high school athletes like Richard Rose of Boys and Girls (Brooklyn), track and field can be a ticket to a better life (John Nepolitan photo at left) | Story


FL: Lake Highland Elite sets the standard in speed - US#1s for Terry Jernigan (10.36/21.43) and Kaylin Whitney (11.59/23.58) | Sukhi Khosla FL runs 4:13/9:11.70 double | Luke Winder IL state record 17-2.50 PV

Check out the Alan Webb mini-documentary


Week Ending March 2

Brianna Schwartz at Foot Locker nationals.

Schwartz raced, crawled to 4:42.58 mile

Follow-up story

New Jersey Meet of Champs: Results

(US#1 54.09 400 by Olivia Baker, pictured left)

New York State Meet: Results

(Rai Benjamin 33.84 300 on a flat track)

New Englands: Results

(Hannah Debalsi US#1 10:12.95 for 2 miles )

Pennsylvania State Meet: Results

(See Schwartz (left); Tessa Barrett 9:36.45 3K)

Virginia: 6A | 5A | 4A | 3A

(Mustaqeem Williams US#1 24-9 LJ)


A Weight Off Her Chest

Michelle Mazza of Ocean Township NJ overcame a life-threatening surgery last summer and become one of the top throwers in her state | Feature Story


US#1 WT for Adam Kelly RI 79-1.50

Eastern States MEET RECAP | RESULTSZyaire Clemes leads an assault on the US list in the boys 400 meters that produces Nos. 1, 2 and 3 | Keturah Orji 43-11.50 TJ/20-8 LJ double; US#1 4x800 for Columbia NJ girls; US#1 DMR for Mount Saint Dominic NJ girls


Dan Curts ME US#1 8:23.25 3K at USATF New England meet | Results | Early-season Outdoors: Jeffrey Green opens with 47.33 in Florida | Estevan De La Rosa was seventh for the U.S. junior men at the NACAC race in Trinidad & Tobago



Week Ending Feb. 24


Eastern States: 743 DS Elites, including Zaire Clemes US#1 47.13 in the 400; Keturah Orji 43-11.50 TJ/20-8 LJ double; US#1 4x800 for Columbia NJ girls; US#1 DMR for Mount Saint Dominic NJ girls  | RESULTS


Dan Curts ME US#1 8:23.25 3K at USATF New England meet | Results | Early-season Outdoors: Jeffrey Green opens with 47.33 in Florida | Estevan De La Rosa was seventh for the U.S. junior men at the NACAC race in Trinidad & Tobago


Mary Cain wins another U.S. Indoor title in the 1,500 meters (LoHud.com)


Midwest Has Spoken! Huge meet at University of Kentucky sees two new US#1s in the 400 meters and impacts national lists | Results | DyeStat IL Recap: Ja'Mari Ward IL with 23-11.50 LJ/50-2.50 TJ double in Illinois


Massachusetts State Meet: US#1 for Gabe Montague in the 1K | Results


NYC's 111th PSAL Championships | Highlights: Denise Branch US#5 9:47.25 3K; Richard Rose US#1 1:18.61 600 (No. 4 all-time); US#6 34.06 300; team sweep for Medgar Evers | RESULTS

Long Island Elite: Results | Benjamin Bronhurst US#1 SP 65-0 | NJ Non-Public A: CBA's Tom Rooney doubles 4:14.26/9:11.50 | Results

NY Section I meet: Liam Purdy US#1 2:25.80 in the 1,000 and James Asselmeyer US#2; Zola Golden US#1 37.91 (No. 9 all-time) in the 300, edges Symone Darius US#2 38.01 (No. 10 all-time); Brian Cook US#2 9:05.14; Suffern girls US#2 4x800 | Results | Meet Recap | Interviews: Cook | Burda | Gavigan | Jaskot | Golden | Purdy


At LSU, Devin King LA cleared 17-8 in the PV (#2 all-time)



Week Ending Feb. 16


Desiree Freier over the bar

HS athletes rise to occasion at Millrose: Cain wins a Wanamaker Mile; Efraimson goes 4:32.15; Baker get a taste of pro racing along with two US#1 relays; Freier (left) over 14 feet; Gavigan and Alcorta win HS miles 

Results | HS photo gallery 

USA XC: Elise Cranny crushes Jr 6K race in 21:14! | Results

Simplot Games ID:  Cerake Geberkidane US#1 9:01.13 in the boys 3200; co-US#1 Stamatia Scarvelis 53-8.25 SP; Dior Hall 8.20 60 hurdles; Gabriella Cantrell US#1 23.77 for 200; Madeline Price US#1 54.69 for 400. Meet Videos | Results

NYRR Millrose Games: Preview: Cain hopes Efraimson 'has a lot of fun' in mile


Mikey's StoryMike Brannigan of Nortport


Running may be the perfect sport for kids with autism. Look what it did for Northport NY's Mike Brannigan.

He's in the Millrose Games high school mile. | Read the Story


Reddit AMA with Mary Cain

and Kim Conley Google Hangout


CHSAA Intersectional NY: Sean Kelly of Chaminade 4:14.62 (1600) | Interview

Section I Champs NY: Symone Darius of New Rochelle 38.09 to beat Zola Golden in 300



Week Ending Feb. 9


CHSAA Intersectional NY: Sean Kelly of Chaminade 4:14.62 (1600) | Interview

Section I Champs NY: Symone Darius of New Rochelle 38.09 to beat Zola Golden in 300

Mary Cain within 2 seconds of American record for 1K!!

More Boston results: Tony Russell PA wins HS mile in US#1 4:11.56

In CT: Hannah DeBalsi US#1 10:19 3200 at the LL State Meet

In NC: Jacklyn Howell US#1 7.95 in the 55 hurdles in the North Carolina state meet


Zyaire Clemes wins the 300Armory Collegiate Day 2: Five more US#1s - Adam Kelly RI in the WT; Union Catholic NJ boys 4x200, New Rochelle NY girls 4x200, Blacksburg VA boys 4x800 and Zyaire Clemes NJ (left) in the 300 meters! RESULTS

Armory Collegiate Invitational
: Four US#1s in five races;
Union Catholic boys and Columbia girls of NJ new top times in 4x400; Olivia Baker 11th all-time 600; Kenneth Hagen VA in 1,000; Eight-grader Gabrielle Wilkinson PA runs 2:51.71 1,000

Nepo's gallery of photos | Results

College Signings! Drop us a note with your college decision and a signing photo at DyestatChoices@gmail.com - PHOTOS | COLLEGE CHOICES  


Varsity Classic in NY: Keturah Orji US#2 all-time indoor TJ 44 feet; Olivia Baker anchors US#1 DMR and runs 200; Kyle Levermore (left) holds off Tony Russell to lift Don Bosco NJ boys to US#1 in DMR; Kyle Francis PA 1:54/4:22 double; Todd Uckermark NY shooting for 17 in the PV | See The Interviews




Week Ending Feb. 2

Alexa Efraimson in Seattle for the 3,000 meters

Alexa Efraimson's coach says record run was on target | Discussion

All-Time HS & US Junior Best!!

Post-race interview


Colorado: Dior Hall US#1 8.18 in 60 hurdles; Chyna Ries US#2 LJ 

Nick Lane OH: Frosh class record in the Weight Throw

UW Invite: Isaiah Brandt-Sims bests college field in 200 for US#1 21.47 | Sunday's HS meet results

NH State Meet: Shannon Murdock US#1 1,500 meters | Michigan: Grant Fisher US#1 1,600


VA Tech: Blacksburg boys 4x800 runs US#1 7:51.58 | Caroline Alcorta 4:49.71 1600 | Marcelle Preston MD US#1 1:03.93

Cain v Efraimson in Millrose Women's Wanamaker Mile!


NJ Metro Invite: TJ opener for Keturah Orji is a US#1 42-1.50; Todd Uckermark takes PV attempts at 17-2 (photo John Nepolitan) | Video of all 6 TJ attempts


Recruiting NewsCranny picks Stanford | Wilmot to Wisconsin

As Wednesday's Signing Day approaches, drop us a note with your college decision and a signing photo at DyestatChoices@gmail.com 



Week Ending Jan. 26

Keturah Orji in the long jump

Six US#1s at New Balance Games: Keturah Orji LJ (No. 5 all-time 20-8.75) and Symone Darius 300 (No. 9 all-time 38.07) impress | TFX Results | John Nepolitan's photo album

(photo at left by John Nepolitan)


Big double for Carolina Alcorta in Virginia

Three US#1s at David Oliver Classic in N.C.

Armstrong scores US#1 2-mile in Idaho

Haraway shines in 60/200 double in PA


Record-breaker: Mary Cain runs 4:24.11 mile!


Will Claye, aiming at The Armory record in the TJ this weekend, is an example for high school jumpers 


Video Interview: Will Claye | DS 2008 Interval Session


DyeStat Illinois: Take the Sub-5/Sub-6 Challenge. How deep is your team? 



Week Ending Jan. 19

Columbia Maplewood NJ relay at the Millrose Trials.Millrose Trials: Luke Gavigan NYKennedy Weisner PA win high-quality invitational miles | Five US#1s including Columbia NJ girls 4x400 (3:48.06) | Results | Recap

(photo by John Nepolitan)


VIDEO: Josette Norris NJ on her recovery from injury and the sudden passing of Penn freshman Madison Holleran | Latest news


VIDEO: US#1 in the 60, Hannah Cunliffe WA discusses changes in technique


Galen Rupp adds another indoor record to his resume - by Doug Binder


Arkansas Invitational: RESULTS | Austen Dalquist TX US#1 4:12.46 Mile; Desiree Freier TX US#1 13-7 PV; Briyahna Desrosiers IL US#1 55.04 in the 400 prelims; Ja'Mari Ward IL US#2 49-0.75 TJ | Also, there was a huge meet at Yale: RESULTS

WJR 1K for Mary Cain: 2:39.25!!


Inside Great Edinburgh: Maton, Anderson discuss the trip and last weekend's race | Nepo's photo gallery | RESULTS



Week Ending Jan. 12

US Junior team at Edinburgh (John Nepolitan photo)

Weekend Highlights:

Texas A&M | Dartmouth Relays | Stanner Games

Maton, Anderson, Wilmot, De La Rosa 3-4-6-7 in junior race at Great Edinburgh XC 

John Nepolitan's photo gallery | RESULTS


Alberto Salazar comments on Cain's training

Mary Cain Video Interview: After pulling a 500/800 double on Friday as a "workout," Mary Cain discussed life as a pro in high school


The Armory in NYC celebrates 100 years of track and field

Brooks moving the PR Invitational outside to June 21 (by Doug Binder)

Karina Shepard primed for stellar senior season (by Chris Lotsbom)


Full Series of RSL's "Race Walking Dead" - Episode One | Two | Three | Four | Five

Dior Hall in range of a record


Sprint speed! Levonte Whitfield stepped into the limelight with a kickoff return for a critical touchdown for BCS champ Florida State. He was US#2 in the 100 meters last spring. Check out this video from DistancePreps shot last spring


Week Ending Jan. 5


Hispanic Games mile winner Michael Brannigan

Brannigan, Burda book Millrose

More Hispanic Games:

Results | TFX Elites

* Stanford recruits cruise, plus meet recap (by Chris Lotsbom)

* Efekoro feature (by Andrea Pusik)

Saturday's Highlights

John Nepolitan's photos

* Videos: See Below

* Preview | Tim Fulton


Edinburgh teams announced


At The Armory: Happy New Year and a change of scenery  (by Doug Binder)


Week Ending Dec. 22


Grant Fisher at Foot Locker

The Final Top 100: BOYS | GIRLS


The Grant Fisher Interview: Michigan standout and his coach trusted leg speed to take over late

Fisher rises up  l Foot Locker Results

The Tessa Barrett Interview: Foot Locker champ talks about building strength through push-ups, plus her thoughts on the Big Three at NXN



News: Jackson Bertoli broke his fibula




Week Ending Dec. 15

Tessa Barret and Grant Fisher accept their FLN silveware

Foot Locker by the numbers (by John Sullivan)

Barrett rebounds from injury to win Foot Locker

Fisher comes out on top as juniors go 1-2-3 Full Results 


Photos: Donal Pearce and Kirby Lee 

DeLaRosa cruises at USATF Junior Olympics: RESULTS

Foot Locker Preview: Champions are usually regional winners


NXNDashing Through the Cold: Inside Alexa Efraimson's win

A Great Day for the Skiers: Inside Wayzata's victory | VIDEO: Coaches react

Fast Friends: Inside Gig Harbor's NXN win

All The Right Moves: Inside Kai Wilmot's victory




Week Ending Dec. 8

Kai Wilmot

All The Right Moves: Inside Kai Wilmot's NXN Win


Delving Into Data: A closer look at NXN (by Rob Monroe) | RESULTS


Wayzata Finds Its Way | VIDEO: Coaches react mid-interview

Gig Harbor (Wash.) boys give credit to 5th man | Efraimson, Wilmot surge to victories


 Foot Locker West: Maton, Morley win on rainy day at Mt. SAC | Results


Past NXN Champs' Advice: Verzbicas, Higginson, Zeinasellassie, Flood 


New Individual Rankings (12/4): BOYS (Geberkidane No. 1) | GIRLS (Baxter No. 1)


NXN and Foot Locker: State by state breakdown of who's going where 



Week ending Dec. 1

NXN and FL: State by state breakdownTessa Barrett

At-large selections: (Boys) Liverpool NY, Central Catholic OR, Hinsdale Central IL, Dana Hills CA; (Girls) Southlake Carroll TX, Monarch CO, Coe-Brown NH, Davis Senior CA

Foot Locker South: Caroline Alcorta VA for the win in 16:55; Aaron Templeton TN takes it in 14:36

Foot Locker Northeast: Tessa Barrett PA (photo John Nepolitan, right) wins loaded girls race; Mickey Burke NY a winner

Foot Locker Midwest: Kelcy Welch IN is the girls champ; Grant Fisher MI is boys' winner | RECAP by Mike Newman

NXN Southeast: Assumption KY, Blacksburg VA girls go 1-2; Brentwood TN, Severna Park MD take top boys spots

NXN New York: F-M, Northport boys take top two spots, Mike Brannigan wins race; Annika Avery wins to lead US#2 F-M girls, Saratoga Springs second 

NXN Northeast: US#1 CBA wins big, West Chester Henderson PA 2nd; Tony Russell (WCH) repeats; Unionville, Pennsbury girls got 1-2 for PA, Courtney Smith (Unionville) wins

California: US#1 Great Oak wins D1; Sarah Baxter 16:43 just misses her own record in D2 but secures title No. 4; Tal Braude beats Estevan De La Rosa and Blake Haney in 15:01; Arcadia (59) and Madera South (88) go 1-2 in boys D1 and are NXN auto qualifers

Catching Kayla: Read her remarkable story





Week ending Nov. 24


Fastest on Tennesee soil, Aaron Templeton ran 8:54.29 for 3,200 meters on Friday

NXN Southwest: Ft. Collins girls beat Davis with photo finish (fifth runners separated by .01); Both are moving on!; American Fork, Davis boys of Utah go 1-2; Coloradans Cerake Geberkidane, Elise Cranny first to finish. On TrackTalk | Preview: Headliners galore | Davis girls ready

NXN South: SL Carroll, Hebron boys; New Braunfels, The Woodlands girls are in! Jacob Shiohira AR and Paige Hofstad TX get the wins. On TrackTalk  | PHOTOS

New Jersey MOC: CBA boys 15:52 avg and for Holmdel team record; Freshman Briana Gess No. 5 all-time on famed course

BorderClash: Maton and Efraimson rule the night; Washington sweeps but not as easily







Week ending Nov. 17


Alexa Efraimson leads Makena Morley at NXN NW (Gary Paulson photo)NXN Northwest: Gig Harbor, North Central boys; Bozeman, Bellarmine Prep girls are in; Anderson, Efraimson win  (Discuss) | PHOTOS | RESULTS   (Photo at right shows Alexa Efraimson leading Makena Morley, by Gary Paulson)


NXN Midwest: Carmel girls and boys both in! Naperville North girls (IL), St. Xavier boys (OH) qualify for NXN; Werner, Stifel win (Discuss) | RESULTS     


On the board: Michigan teams run NXN MW



Josette Norris at New Jersey Groups (John Nepolitan photo)New Jersey (Groups): CBA takes care of business; Josette Norris, Tom O'Neill fastest

Masschusetts: Abbie McNulty falls; Mansfield boys, Needham girls win D1 team titles

New York (Feds): Liverpool boys didn't qualify for state, win Feds title instead

Virginia: Louis Colson runs 15:06, Caroline Alcorta 17:13!

Louisiana: Big schools go on Tuesday


New details: Mary Cain plans to attend U.P. Turning Pro: RRW Story



Week ending Nov. 10


Another Big Weekend: Discuss it here!

NXN Heartland: Minnesota claims all four berths! CR wins for DeHaven, B. Hasz

New EnglandsHannah Debalsi runs huge CR 17:16; Trevor Hopper wins

Washington: Gig Harbor 1-2-3 finish in 4A; Tanner Anderson upsets Hardy with MR in 3A; Efraimson MR 17:01 to lead Camas in 4A girls | State Meet INDEX

New York: F-M sweeps team titles; Megan Reilly gets huge 17:23 win

Missouri: Noah Kauppila, Hannah Long and Taylor Werner break MRs

Illinois: Hinsdale boys, Glenbard West girls win AAA titles | DyeStatIL

Alabama: Streaks remain intact in Alabama (Full report by Arthur L. Mack)

Arizona: Desert Vista ends Xavier Prep's run of girls teams titles

Texas: Southlake Carroll sweeps the 5A team titles; Hofstad and Lara fastest

Nevada: Arbor View girls, Centennial boys win D1 titles

Florida: Alexa Cruz leads St. Thomas Aquinas girls to victory; Khosla wins in 15:08

South Carolina: James Quattlebaum (15:16), Ashbrook Gwinn (17:59) fastest of day

New Mexico: Los Alamos boys turn tables on ABQ Academy, 52-54

Maryland: Ryan Forsyth wins as Severna Park packs five into the top 14

Arkansas: Brendan Taylor upsets Jacob Shiohira; Kyandra Chandler fastest girl

Mississippi: Tupelo boys go 1-2 on the way to team title; Kate Mattox wins again

Delaware: 10th in a row for Tatnall girls | Georgia: Peachtree Ridge, Brookwood rule 6A

Kentucky: Gabriella Karas puts up impressive 17:40 at Kentucky Horse Park


Individual rankings (11/7):  BOYS | GIRLS

Teams By Region (11/7): NW | SW | S | SE | NY | NE | MW | HL | CA

Preview: First NXN qualifiers to come from Heartland on Sunday

Preview: Five states come together at New Englands (by Chris Lotsbom)

Obsa Ali overcame flu, lost shoe to win Minnesota meet (by Doug Binder)




Week ending Nov. 3


Busy Weekend Sees 18 State Meets! INDEX

Pennsylvania: Tessa Barrett 17:30 MR; Unionville girls edge Pennsbury; Russell repeats

Minnesota: Wayzata sweeps team titles; Obsa Ali wins with one shoe

Oregon: Matthew Maton runs a Rupp-like 14:59; CC boys make it 7 out of 11

Indiana: Carmel gets a sweep; Kelcy Welch and Jackson Bertoli first to finish

 Michigan: Northville girls over Seaholm; Audrey Belf, Grant Fisher individual champs

 North Carolina: Hall edges Baldin; Maxey over Milder; Kayla Montgomery 17:30

Ohio: Mark Hadley wins in 15:10; St. Xavier boys put 46 on the board

 Iowa: Chandler Austin (15:06) and Rebekah Topham (13:57) fastest of the day

Wisconsin: Arrowhead girls, Stevens Point boys reign in Division 1

 Tennessee: Aaron Templeton finishes ahead of Brentwood group

 Idaho: Elijah Armstrong dominates to lead Pocatello; Coeur d'Alene girls top Boise

 Maine: Dan Curts fastest of the day; Kirstin Sandreuter wins by 71 seconds

 Kansas: Stuart McNutt runs away with it at scenic Rim Rock Farm (15:33)

 New Hampshire: Coe-Brown girls score 33 points; Maegan Doody wins in 18:12

 West Virginia: Matthew Bradford, Amelia Paladino the classes of the fields

 Oklahoma: Jenks takes the 6A boys title with 23 points (2-3-5-6-7)

 Connecticut: Debalsi CR | D.C.: Wilson repeats | Rhode Island: La Salle edges Barrington


National Rankings: Current NXN boys & girls champs No. 2 BOYS | GIRLS


Pennsylvania: Tony Russell is on a tear heading into Saturday's state meet - Story by Chris Lotsbom

Edwin Rutto of St. Benedict's has star potential - Story by Chris Lotsbom | Liam Mullett over Rutto at NJSIAA meet in Blairstown, 15:26.3 to 15:43.6.



Team By Region (10/24): NW | SW | S | SE | NY | NE | MW | HL | CA


Week ending Oct. 27


Follow State Meets on the Message Board | INDEXLaramie boys dump water on coach Greg Schabron after their win

New Hampshire: Coe-Brown girls score 26 points to win D2 meet

Montana: Makena Morley runs stunning sub-17 minute time; Bozeman sweeps AA 

Colorado: Course records for Cerake Gerberkidane and Elise Cranny 

Wyoming: Laramie runs to state title and coach gets celebratory bath (photo at right)

North Dakota: Bismarck continues to rule boys competition, scoring 29! 

South Dakota:  Annie Kruse beats Tamara Gorman; Addison DeHaven wins

Connecticut:  Hannah Debalsi gets 22-second win over Claire Howlett

Vermont: Autumn Eastman powers Champlain Valley girls (42 points) 

Friday: Hawaii and Nebraska


Mt. SAC: Baxter, Braude post the fastest times | The Boys and Girls Top 100 Times 



Team By Region (10/24): NW | SW | S | SE | NY | NE | MW | HL | CA


Legendary CA coach (South Torrance) Richard Scully passed away this week.


US#1 Davis girls pose with their state championship trophy. (Corbin Talley photo)UTAH STATE RECAP | Message Board | Sarah Feeny crushes course record with 17:25; US#7 Park City, then US#1 Davis (left) smash girls team record; McMillan leads US#3 American Fork to 5th straight title

Put Your Hand On Seven: A series by Michael Newman of DyeStat IL tracks his 1978 York team. A must-read.

Week ending Oct. 20

WEEKEND RUNDOWNMilestat.com VA: Louis Colson, Hannah Christen race to victories in Virginia | Brown RI: Northport NY girls, Cambridge L&R MA boys win team titles; NYC standouts Marco Pompilj, Denise Branch run to individual titles | Orange County CA: Bethan Knights, Garrett Corcoran win sweeps races

Colorado Regionals: New! Elise Cranny 16:48 for 5K to win 4A Region 3! Thursday: Cerake Geberkidane drops 15:10 in 5A Region 1 meetJordyn Colter17:57 in 5A Region 2Katie Rainsberger 17:39 in 4A Region 2

In Connecticut, Hannah Debalsi ran 13:29 for 4K to beat Claire Howlett (13:41) as both crushed the course record at FCIAC meet. RESULTS
REGIONALS 'NUTTY' IN UTAH - Story by Doug Binder
Tuesday, US#1 Davis girls score 23 points at regionals. | Wednesday, Connor McMillan and Conner Mantz both run 14:33 in separate regional meets; Lucy Biles crushes course record with 16:54 and Sarah Feeny goes 17:01! US#3 A-Fork boys log sub-15 average for 3 miles.

New Rankings! Top 30 Individuals: BOYS | GIRLS
Team By Region: NW | SW | S | SE | NY | NE | MW | HL | CA

Week ending Oct. 13

WEEKEND RUNDOWN - Joe Hardy beats top rivals in WA

In Oregon, Maton (14:32), Alaska's Ostrander (16:47) blitz 5K course. Story by Doug Binder | In Florida, it's Khosla in 14:59

Manhattan Meet Story: CBA boys set team record; Unionville PA over F-M NY again 

Clovis Invite: Sarah Baxter, Blake Haney take charge

New Rankings! Top 30 Individuals: BOYS | GIRLS

Team By Region: NW | SW | S | SE | NY | NE | MW | HL | CA

Previews: Manhattan | ClovisGeorge Fox
Feature: Pennsbury GirlsChris Lotsbom STORY    

National Team Rankings (10/3): BOYS | GIRLS

Week ending Oct. 6

Alexa Efraimson near the front of the pack at the Bill Dellinger Invitational in Eugene (Robert Rosenberg photo)WEEKEND RUNDOWN - News from across the country

Alexa Efraimson 16:35 for the win at Dellinger Invite

SEE VIDEO | STORY by Doug Binder

New 1s Top Team RankingsBOYS | GIRLS
Haney hangs on
The wins at Cross Country Classic and Stanford were very close, but Blake Haney rose to the occasion.

Nick Carleo of Massachusetts is moving to the front of the pack in New England. Chris Lotsbom story

Individual Rankings GIRLS | BOYS | TEAMS BY REGION


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