With only 5 girls Dunwoody Girls win team title and Alpharetta passes 7 schools in the 4x400 stealing the Boys team title. photo by Enrique Tomas
Articles with Morrow High School
Here are the GA HS Boys 'Who Won the Week' ending 2/24. pictured is Kyle Poole of North Oconee who is seen signing his NLI with Kennesaw State.
Here are the GA HS Boys 'Who Won the Week' Outdoors ending 2/17. pictured is Kamari Miller of Marietta HS
Here are some of the highlights from 3-AAAAA in pics by John Fertig.
Georgia MileSplit will be onsite Saturday at the Jerry Arnold Georgia Challenge shooting video and a HUGE photo gallery. 33 schools are scheduled to compete at Mill Creek HS! (photo from 2012 meet!)
Check out the Photo Gallery from 3 different perspectives of the Region 4-AAAAA Cross Country Championships
In what was by far the most competitive Region meet of the day, as well as Carrollton Last Chance, 4 of the top 7 ranked AAAAA Girls squads and 3 of the top 9 Boys squads let it all hang out at the beautiful Heritage Christian Church course this morning. The Varsity runners definitely had cooler temps, but prs were being achieved by many in every race. Starrs Mill put on a great race and their Volunteers were first class.
The 5th Annual Coach Daley Invite course was lengthened a bit for this Fall and the flat layout didn't yield so many quick times as in the past.
On a morning that started chilly, things heated up soon enough at the crack of the pistol as host Starrs Mill swept the Region 4-AAAAA XC titles and the Individual honors to boot. As projected Starrs, McIntosh, Morrow and Union Grove advanced on the Boys side to State and Starrs. McIntosh, Northgate and Union Grove will move on the ladies end.
For the 5A Week Ending 9-20 Team Rankings the only movement up was by McIntosh's Boys after winning the Coach Daley Invite by 1 point over and Morrow cracking the top 10 for perhaps the first time in recent history. Northgate's Girls shot up to 6th after Coach Daley (which they hosted) Woodland Cartersville and Columbus both moved up as well.
Cooler temperatures and lower humidity greeted the grateful runners at the 4th Annual Coach Daley Invitational. Sam Bowie of LaGrange and Kathryn Foreman of Landmark Christian took advantage of the pleasant conditions and the relatively flat, fast course and blazed their way to solid victories.