The 11th Annual Parkview Big Orange Relays Preview by Mike Demarest.
Articles with Lambert HS
A very indepth preview of the 7A Boys State Championship race.
2018 Runnerup South Forsyth is favored individual race is wide open after region.
Wachtel wins a battle of the 3 Kings, Miniutti and Vaden take it to the limit
Lambert captures the Eagle Cup with balanced performances.
All Classes Rankings are making a comeback with a veteran Ranker at the helm. photo by Enrique Tomas
7A Boys team first look based on returners. Power has shifted in this class towards Forsyth schools.
Georgia's finest harriers faced cold conditions and hot competition at the USATF Meet of Champions. photo by Daniel McCauley
Kyle Harkabus Triumphs as Overall Champ and South Forsyth dominant in Team win. photo by Enrique Tomas
A very indepth look at the 7A Boys State Championship race.. its going to be insane
A collection of images from the Milton Cross Country Invitational by Daniel McCauley
The Coaches Invitational once again did not disapoint as many of the top athletes in Georgia pushed it on the track, especially the Relays. photo by Daniel McCauley
Jonathan Myrthil of Northside Columbus (r) leads a group of 7 sub 1:55 Returners in the Outdoor 800m. photo by Daniel McCauley
How low can Milton go for Boys, and can South Forsyth's Girls stop a hot Marietta squad, to defend their title..photo by Daniel McCauley
Some really stout competition is heading to WakeMed tomorrow for Great American!
All of the top 10 teams except Marist, went head to head at Wingfoot XC Classic. Milton was dominant again... (via MileSplit)
Ok, clearly Milton is on the verge of their first XC State Title.In other interesting news, could Gwinnett county fail to have a podium team including an end to Brookwood's amazing podium streak?I doubt it and I think we will get a better idea at Coach Wood, Saturday really seemed to have a strange feel on not any team completely on...except for Milton of course. (via MileSplit)
Girls: It was an showdown at Wingfoot this week, almost every team seemed to not quite have all cylinders firing. We will see another big time match up between the top 4 and more at Coach Wood, will the gap increase or shrink? (via MileSplit)
Milton stays on top. Warpath had an impact, as Pope blasts up to 3rd after win, North OC back at 9th. (via MileSplit)
Taking a look right now at the top three, things look tight. There will be a showdown at Wingfoot with the top three attending. (via MileSplit)
There will be a showdown at Wingfoot with the top three attending. (via MileSplit)
Watch List: (via MileSplit)
Watch FREE Race Action from the Coaches Invitational from the Fast Heats of the 4x100 and 4x800 Relays.
A recap in pics at Need For Speed VIII from the eye of Daniel McCauley
Some great performances on a gusty day at the Archer Invitational. photo by Chris D'Aquin.
Lambert Longhorns Tight Pack was the key to their first Cross Country State title.
Here's a GREAT preview of the GHSA AAAAAAA HS Girls State Meet with Post Region Rankings. photo by Daniel McCauley
If you are a AAAAAAA fan this is a must read Boys State Meet Preview by the Class Ranker. photo by Daniel McCauley
(via MileSplit) Most off the All Class squads were off in preparation for Nike/Fleet Feet Coach Wood Invitational. But Marist ran great winning FSU.
(via MileSplit) Slow week for AAAAAAA Boys, will be a barnburner at Coach Wood though...
Watch List: (via MileSplit) Great American helped determine All Class Rankings in Week 7. St. Pius X leap frogged several squads..
(via MileSplit) Great American had an impact on AAAAAAA Boys Team Rankings in Week 7.
Watch List: (via MileSplit) Milton moves into 2nd after dominant win at Fulton County.
Marist Boys and South Forsyth Gals Dominant, Kennedy runs away from field at Warpath.
(via MileSplit) Marist assumes control of the top spot in the All Class Rankings after defending their home turf at Coach Benson Double Dip.
Brookwood takes the weekend off and remains atop the AAAAAAA Boys Team Rankings.
Milton's girls shoot up to #1 in week 4 after their impressive win at Coach Benson Double Dip.
Nearly 1400 runners in 4 races, lined up on the start line and thundered towards the first turn Saturday at Berry. Unlike At&t Panther, Georgia runners and teams took home alot of hardware in the Varsity races.
Almost 3000 runners ran in the blazing heat in a great morning of racing once again at the Saucony Battle of Atlanta. West and McLeod conquer Nash Farms Battlefied.
Here is an extensive preview of AAAAAAA Boys. photo by Daniel McCauley
Here's an extensive AAAAAAA Girls 2016 XC season preview.
Andrew Kent does it again, coming down the homestretch and sliding past the leaders for another Gold medal. photo by Daniel McCauley
Andrew Kent of Lakeside DeKalb timed his last surge perfectly as he seized the 6A 1600m title.
Here are the Top 50 6A Boys Individuals and Relay Squads this Outdoor Season thru 4/10.
Mid season 6A Boys Team Power Rankings. Some athletes are in 3 events as there is no way to edit the event settings, sorry. (photo by Daniel McCauley)
It was a great week of competition, and the 6A 'AOWs week ending 3-19 are: Jonathan Scwind, Tia Jones, Brianna Isles, Ryan Camp, South Forsyth gals 4x1600 and Milton boys 4x800.
It was another great 2 days of competition at the Coaches Invitational this Spring, as 107 Elite Performances were achieved.
This contains all photos taken. For pictures of athletes on the podium, open the 'All Winners' folder. Also includes Coaches 4x100 relay! Gallery by Chris D'Aquin
Very little movement in the Final Class Ranking of the Fall except for Roswell shooting up to 7th after a great race at 5-AAAAAA. Marietta looks unbeatable on 11-7. The 2-4 Podium spots will be wildly contested on what's forecasted to be a beat up, sloppy course in the afternoon.
Lambert Boys 'Moo' Down the Competition! South Forsyth Girls Race to Team Title, Billings Dominate & John Green Takes Boys Overall.
Coach Wood set things straight (for now) heading into Carrollton Last Chance followed by Region meets! Mill Creek ran great moving back to 2nd. Woodstock won the Sharptop Invitational. Walton is beginning to look like 'Walton' heading into the final 17 days of the 2015 season.
The Nike/Fleet Feet Coach Wood meet is going to shape things up...(Riley Friedman won in 2014) Five of the top 6 teams Varsity were off. Milton won Furman impressively. 4 4A squads remain in the top 10!
Not much movement this week in 6A as most of the 'Big Boys' were resting up for the Coach Wood Invitational which is going to be 'off the chain' and Ga.MileSplit will be onsite! Woodstock leapfrogged county rival Etowah after winning Cherokee County.
The top 8 positions this week have no movement. Walton breaks into the top 10 taking 2nd at Cobb County as well as Harrison who placed 3rd.
No movement in top 7 places All Class. Whitewater moves into the top 10 after winning the Atlanta Classic. Great American may sort some things out next week up top.
There was no movement amongst the top 6 squads from last week with Marietta's Varsity, Brookwood and Mill Creek all off. Milton was the top 6A school at Wingfoot, and Peachtree Ridge & Etowah ran split squads last Saturday. Walton is back on the 'Watch List' after a 17:19 team average at Alligator Lake (FL)
Marietta defeated #10 Nationally Ranked Broughton at the Adidas Classic rising to #1 in 6A & All Class. Brookwood rose to 2nd after winning Gwinnett County. Pope moved up 3 spots to 7th after a fine race at Ridge Ferry.
Marietta Boys explode to the top of the All-Class Rankings after traveling to Cary NC and beating MileSplit National #10 Broughton.
This week, 'Runners of the Week' for each Class have been condensed into a single article. Difficult choices abounded as we get into the 'meat' of the season.
Milton sits atop the 6A Boys Rankings after their 2nd place finish at Knights Crossing up in Virginia without Jack Bluth and their #4. Carrollton Orthopedic and Coach Benson DD easily helped sort out the Weekly Rankings with top teams going head to head. Mill Creek was 2nd at Carrollton without Sam Costa (ACT) Brookwood ran their JV, Peachtree Ridge was off. Grayson had a good race winning Covered Bridge. Everyone should be full strength at the Gwinnett County (onsite coverage) and Fulton County Championships next Saturday
Okay, Milton is at the top of the Week ending 9-6 All Class rankings. Can they hold it, as Mill Creek and Brookwood both looked very tough early. 4A power squads Marist and St. Pius X follow that 6A group with many wondering where is Khayvonn Benson from Marietta. Let's get the discussions going now on the Board!RANKINGS ADMINISTRATOREdit RankingsEdit Series
After the first 3 weeks West Forsyth ran well enough to be ranked #1 in the first set of Weekly Team Rankings. Mill Creek won Berry. The top 7 teams could all move after this weekend's upcoming racing.
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.
It was a hot one at Clinton Nature Preserve as 42 schools, including many of the top rated teams in their respective classes warmed up early and raced with a few surprises.. Clarkston's Boys came out strong winning their race as did Woodward. Forsyth Central displayed their strength placing 2nd behind Clarkston. Alex Murfee had the quickest Boys time in 15:54. Blessed Trinity's girls bested St.Pius in Race 1 while Cambridge came out on top in Race 2. Kathryn Foreman as usual disapeared early having the best performance of the meet for girls in hotter conditions at 18:24.
Coach Tigue ran two years under Coach Karl Bostick and was a member of the Parkview state championship team in 1993. He ran both cross country and track at Berry College where he received his B.S. in Biology in 1998. Coach Tigue began his teaching career in 1999 at Smitha Middle School in Marietta, GA. He received his Masters in Educational Leadership in 2005 from Kennesaw Sate University and finally made his way back to Parkview the following school year to teach science and coach cross country and track. Coach Tigue and his wife, Brittany (Parkview class of 1993), have two daughters and one son: Ashley, Courtney, and Joshua. He will be heading to Lambert HS this Summer taking over the XC program.
Here is a recap of the Wendy's Invitational held at McAlpine Park, just east of Charlotte, NC. As most of you in the Community are aware of McAlpine Greenway is also the venue for the Foot Locker South Regional. Some highly ranked Georgia schools made it an overnighter including Etowah, Flowery Branch, Westminster and Lambert.
The UGA Cross Country course is on the grounds of the University’s Equestrian Center in Bishop, GA, just a few miles off the UGA campus....Saturday morning found the course in perfect condition, with a tightly-mown path, and firm footing (contrasted with the mudfest of 2009!) The collegiate races got underway at 7:59 AM, with lots of familiar names on the rosters of the UGA, Georgia Tech and Mercer squads....