We begin a new series this winter where we take a look at what goes into making it to the podium at the state meet, starting with 7A runner up Harrison Girls
Tommy Latham was the only boy to break 17:00 at state this year. Photo by Alex Burst
Addison Adair is the top Freshman girl from the state meet. Photo by Marc Logan
Samantha McGarity had the top time of the entire weekend as she tops the sophomore girl rankings. Photo by Brian Henley
Noah Sybert and Memphis Rich top the list of 405 Sophomore Boys who ran at state. See where all the others rank. Photo by Brian Henley
Grace Von Biberstein is at the top of the list of juniors. Check out where everybody else stacks up. Photo by Brian Henley.
Joe Sapone tops the junior rankings, but check out where everybody else stacks up. Photo by Brian Henley
Hood still remains on top of the girls rankings. Will She stay there through Eastbay and RunningLane?
Check out how Emma Geaney and all of the other senior girls did in their state meets throughout high school. Photo by Brian Henley
Ethan Nordman ran at state all four years of high school along with several others. See how they stack up through the years. Photo by Brian Henley.
Want to know how your improvement from 2020 GHSA state to 2021 GHSA state compares to everybody else? We've got you covered.
Here are the runners who had the best debuts at state last weekend. Topping the lists is Arrambide who finished the race with only one shoe. Photo by Alex Burst
The coolest thing about this week's feature is comparing the finishing place to the "seed" of each runner. Arbery outdid himself this week. Photo by Marc Logan
1A Public boys and girls closed out the day. Cover Photo by Marc Logan.
There was plenty of drama in the 7A team races, and a minor upset in the 7A girls individual race.
The 1A Private races went mostly according to plan with relatively few surprises. Cover Photo by Marc Logan
The 5A races had some big performances but some drama too. Pictured is a wild photo finish for 3rd place. Photo by Marc Logan.
The 6A races produced some really close finishes. Cover Photo by Marc Logan
Georgia Milesplit sat down to do a podcast in order to cover as many details from the state meet that we could. Photo by Marc Logan
Ruby Little led the Marist girls to the low score of the meet. Photo by Alex Burst
Matthew Fernando put up the 5th fastest time of the weekend going under 16:00. Cover Photo by Alex Burst.
2A boys and Girls race started off the weekend of fantastic racing all around. Cover Photo of Caroline Hood winning her first title by Alex Burst.
We are still uploading more videos, but we've already got lots of race videos and interviews from the state meet. More race videos are coming too!
This was a pretty quick year in Carrollton and the runners took advantage of it. Samantha McGarity ran the fastest girls time. Photo by Marc Logan
North Atlanta Girls took the 6A win in a crazy tight race. Photo by Marc Logan
This weekend was full of brilliant and thrilling racing. Come find your favorite photo to relive it all. Photo by Marc Logan
Check out the action from day 1 of state. Yes that is Alex Arrambide holding his shoe. Watch the 3A video and interview for the full story. Photo by Alex Burst.
Pace Boys celebrating their 1st state championship together, the school's first since 1994
Shelby Green ran a very fast time at Carrollton last year to win it, what does she have as an encore this year? Photo by Marc Logan
The 7A girls race could see Cobb teams sweeping the top podium spot. But who will get the 4th trophy?
The course preview part of the state meet will have some adjustments, please read this information. Photo by Bruce Taylor
The 7A boys race last year provided us with an upset win. Will we see the same again this year or will Mill Creek get the job done? Photo by Marc Logan.
We could have two brand new team champions and also two brand new individual champions at the 1A private meet on Saturday.
These were two intense battles at state last year. The final result may or may not end up being the same.
Memphis Rich and Noah Sybert look to lead Richmond Hill to the win On Saturday Morning. Photo by Marc Logan
Last year Ruby Little gave chase but couldn't catch Katherine Law. This year looks like it will be another classic. Photo by Bruce Taylor
Westminster is a constant threat on the top of the podium. But there might be some teams and Individuals who will look to challenge the status quo.
Caroline Hood is the heavy favorite for the individual 2A girls crown. Can Pace Academy make it a full sweep of the team and Individual titles?
Marist girls remain the top team all class this year after a dominant season. Photo by Marc Logan
Carmel Yonas has the top time on the current layout of Carrolton with her 18:48 from the 2020 meet. Photo by Marc Logan