Eoin McNally and McKenna Croft tamed the Lions Invitational at Boundary Waters. photos by Dan McCauley
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At this point the top 4 teams are really tight and it looks like any 4 could stand atop the podium in a month. Buford makes their debut in the top 10 after a good week of racing. (via MileSplit)
McIntosh remains in command after winning championship race at Carrollton in 20:26... (via MileSplit)
Kidan Kidane, who ran at East Paulding and is a junior at KSU, was named Atlantic Sun Conference Outstanding Track Performer for this past week's Indoor conference meet.
In this article is a picture collage of the top 3 finishers including the Championship, Varsity Gold, Varsity Cardinal and Championship JV races. the cover pic is of Reilly Friedman of Galloway winning the Boys Championship Overall title in 15:50. All Images by Jonathan Speights.
Although not the 'featured' races of the day, 1A-4A and 5A-6A provided some fast racing and opportunity for runners to pr with only 2.5 weeks before region meets begin. Emma Grace Hurley blistered the course running all alone posting a 17:33..Ermais Tewolde of Druid Hills who clocked a 15:56 for the fastest boys time in these races. Northgate's girls ran well winning 5A-6A.
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.