An event by event breakdown of the 7A boys state championship meet.
A very detailed event by event breakdown of the 7A girls state championship.
The goal of the Big Orange Relays is to prove itself as the premier mid-March relay meet.
A very detailed and in-depth preview of the Georiga 7A boys cross country state race.
A must-read preview of the 7A girls state championship race.
Kamari Miller and Jenna Hutchins were on their games at Coach Wood.
Time for the 45th annual Gwinnett County Championships.
The 11th Annual Parkview Big Orange Relays Preview by Mike Demarest.
A brief preview of the Fleet Feet Decatur Distance Kickoff at Parkview HS. photo by Dan McCauley
A very indepth preview of the 7A Boys State Championship race.
2018 Runnerup South Forsyth is favored individual race is wide open after region.
For the 44th time The Gwinnett County Championships are set to go down.. outside of Gwinnett County!
6A Harrison swept the Varsity titles, including the Boys without 2 of their top guns.
An in depth preview of the Big Orange Relays at Parkview HS this Saturday. MileSplit GA will be onsite shooting race action.
Run in freezing conditions, Hoka One One Postal Nationals at Parkview produced fast times and awesome racing. photo by Daniel McCauley
Heat Sheets for the Hoka One One Postal Nationals at Parkview Thursday Night
What a treat cross country fans will get on Saturday at Carrollton. We have quite the intriguing lineup for State this year with the top 2 teams for the girls pretty cut and dry.
A very indepth look at the 7A Boys State Championship race.. its going to be insane
Time for the 43rd Annual Gwinnett County Championships at the Georgia International Horse Park
Team Battles Galore as the Largest Classification Embarks on Rome.
Its looking to be a battle between 3 schools for the Boys and Girls County titles at the Horse park.
A surprising amount of prominent athletes on the 6A circuit return for the 2015 campaign. Based on those returners, I’ve devised the following pre-season rankings heading into this season along with a couple highlights of those returners. NOTE: These are NOT State predictions which often weigh state meet history and other intangibles into play. This is my attempt to best make sense of the top returning teams without merely looking at a virtual meet.
While 6A lost some talent at the top, a surprising amount of prominent athletes on the 6A circuit return for the 2015 campaign. Based on those returners, I’ve devised the following pre-season rankings heading into this season along with a couple highlights of those returners. NOTE: These are NOT State predictions which often weigh state meet history and other intangibles into play. This is my attempt to best make sense of the top returning teams without merely looking at a virtual meet.
In a season where Northview looked to be the ‘team to beat’ on the girls’ side, they all of a sudden looked more human in their loss to South Forsyth at their region meet. Was it an off-day and a wake-up call to Northview? Did South Forsyth just happen to play their cards right? Or, has South Forsyth saved their best for last and truly caught the once favorite
6A Boys Team: Marietta. The entire season (and really even during last track season), the whole state has been watching this team. They’ve gone undefeated versus all GA competition and only have a blemish on their record vs. a now #11 nationally ranked La Salle squad (source: DyeStat). They very well could put 3 (more?) in the top 10 in the state’s biggest class, and with a 1-5 split of well under a minute at region, we can expect them to have their 4-5 not far behind. It’s their race to lose. Coach “Black Jack” Coleman will have his guys ready to go. It’ll be exciting to watch.
The ladies’ side has turned into a three team battle for the title with regionals behind us. Overall, it’s been a fun and exciting season and can’t wait to watch all the drama unfold on Saturday. On the individual end, Lindsay Billings has established herself as a top-5 all-class runner with impressive recent performances at Coach Wood and region. Good luck to everyone who’s competing.
A once dominant Flowery Branch has watched its gap close as hungry teams like Clarkston, Northview, Greenbrier, Lakeside-Evans, and Sequoyah look to play spoiler. Individually, it appears to be a duel between Logan Poteet of Kell and Christian Bowles of Lakeside-Evans.