Check out the action from Day 1 of the GHSA Cross Country Championships. All photos by Marc Logan of Flash Forward Photography
Check out the great action at day 2 of the GHSA State Cross Country Championships. All photos by Marc Logan of Flash Forward Photography
It could come down to a battle as in 2017 with Pope and Cambridge. Jack Filan is favored to win the Individual race..
A very indepth look at the 7A Boys State Championship race.. its going to be insane
Girls Individual race was sick with Sumner coming out on top at the end, Marietta warms up for NXN SE Regionals. photo by Enrique Tomas
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.
Kyle Harkabus Triumphs as Overall Champ and South Forsyth dominant in Team win. photo by Enrique Tomas
Check out the biggest improvements by runners from last year to this year's Georgia State Cross Country Championships.
Pope Boys Find Redemption from 2017 and Jalen Murray from Richmond Hill pulls off a big upset taking the Individual crown.
The 6A Girls team race could be up for grabs this coming Friday morning..
It was a barnburner in the 5A race as Woodland triumphed led by Individual champ McKenna Trapheagen who is pictured. photo by Enrique Tomas
The team race for the A Private Boys team title is going to be very tight, and a new Individual Champ will be crowned.
Its a total Battle of the Bigs for the 4A Boys team title with St. Pius vs Marist yet again.. Andersen vs Wachtel for the Overall title.
Andersen wins titanic match over Wachtel for the Individual title and St. Pius X wins in dominant fashion packing it in. photo by Enrique Tomas
Woodland and McIntosh have been like 2 runaway freight trains all season bent on a collision course at Carrollton Friday morning.. McIntosh placed 4th at Great American
One of the tighter team races of the meet may happen in the 5A Boys race on Friday morning
Westminster is a heavy favorite to repeat as 3A team Champs. Devan Crow of North Hall is the man to beat for the Individual title.
The A Private Girls race is going to exciting and fast as it includes many top individuals in Georgia, and the team race for Podium spots will be intense.
The 2018 Boys A Public race is shaping up to be one of the best of the weekend. Too bad most of the spectators will miss what is shaping up to be a 5 team race for the top spot.
Marist's girls are a huge favorite to win their 11th consecutive State team title.
Starr's Mill Boys take round 12 over rival McIntosh, Domonic Macias of Union Grove wins Individual title.
Marist marched on to their 11th consecutive Statr title and Kathleen Maley added the Individual crown as well. photo by Enrique Tomas
Here is a virtual meet based on Boys results from each race Its not a baseline for Final All Class Rankings. Insiders can run Virtual meets.. photo by Enrique Tomas
Here are the Fastest Frosh Boys from the GHSA State XC Championships pictured is Sam Rich. photo by Enrique Tomas
Here were the Fastest Soph Boys from the GHSA State XC Meet pictured is Justin Wachtel. photo by Enrique Tomas
Here are the Fastest Junior Boys from the GHSA State XC Meet pictured is Kyle Harkabus. photo by Enrique Tomas
Here is a virtual meet based on Girls results from each race Its not a baseline for Final All Class Rankings. Insiders can run Virtual meets.. photo by Enrique Tomas
2017 titles were successfully defended by Makena Gates of Creekview Overall and Cambridge Girls taking the team title.
In the 3A Girls race, can Westminster bounce back and defend their State title?
The 2A Boys race may be tighter than it has been since the private schools were moved to other classes.
The 2018 Girls A Public race looks to be a two team race as it has been shaping up all season long. Its a rural south central GA school vs an Atlanta school for the team win and the Gracie O'Neal show.
A major announcement has been issued by the GHSA Games Committee, that NO Course Previews will be allowed due to the incoming weather. photo by Daniel McCauley
Here are the Fastest Senior Boys from the GHSA State XC Championships. pictured is Jalen Murray
Here were the Fastest Frosh Girls from the GHSA State Championships including emerging star Cara Joyce of AIS. photo by Daniel McCauley
Bleckley County Girls are heavily favored to repeat as State Champs. It could be a very interesting race for the Overall title with 5 front runners contending..
Wesleyan Boys thrive on the Hills of Carrollton. Graham Blanks fired on all 8 cylinders taking the overall crown. photo by Enrique Tomas
Naima Turbes warmed up for Foot Locker running away as Westminster made it 6 in a row. photo by Enrique Tomas
Atlanta International peaked at the perfect time taking Team Title. Jackie Addy too strong to be challenged wins Overall. photo by Enrique Tomas
Westminster defends their 2017 team title and Devan Crow of North Hall is the Individual champion.
Here were the fastest Soph Gals from the GHSA State Cross Country Championships. pictured is Makena Gates of Creekview photo by Enrique Tomas
Here were the Fastest Junior Girls from the GHSA State Cross Country Championships pictured is McKenna Trapheagen of Woodland photo by Enrique Tomas
Union County wins first State team title in history and Guy Gober from Rabun County adds another notch to his belt. pictured is Luke Gambrell of Union. photo by Marc Logan
Here were the Fastest Senior Girls from the GHSA State Championships pictured is Brynne Sumner. photo by Enrique Tomas
Georgia Military Prep 3-peated but it was not easy, Leo Lopez from Greene County raced to a well deserved Individual title. Photo by Daniel McCauley
Bleckley County easily defends their team title, Zoe Sanchez of Union County wins going away unchallenged.. photo by Marc Logan
Race action from the 6A Boys Championship is ready for viewing. edited by Karl Brust of MileSplit GA
Over 8000 photos broken down by race from the GHSA State Championships by Marc Logan
More race footage than ever before from multiple areas as 8 races thru 7A are ready for watching with more coming. edited by Karl Brust
Is now available for viewing here
Created by areaglew, 1 reply