The 8th Annual Marietta Distance Carnival by Daniel McCauley.
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Decatur Boys and McIntosh Girls are huge favorites to capture the team titles in 5A.
Here are the Girls ROWS from this week's Region Championships. photos by Dan McCauley
In a torrid week of racing, McKenna Trapheagen of Woodland is the Week 8 Overall ROW
Here is a brief summary of Week 8 Cross Country action for Georgia. photos by Paul Vaupel
Championship races thrived on mild conditions pumping out some fast times. photos by Marc Logan
McKenna Trapheagen of Woodland has the fastest time for HS Girls this Fall. photo Paul Vaupel
Wachtel wins a battle of the 3 Kings, Miniutti and Vaden take it to the limit
Here is the Week 5 Georgia Cross Country Review pictured is Beck James photo by Paul Vaupel
Here are the Week 4 HS Girls ROWS. McKenna Trapheagen is Overall ROW photo by Paul Vaupel
Two girls in Georgia have run sub 18 minutes and 13 have broken 19 minutes through the first two weeks of the season
It was a busy week 2 of racing and here are HS Girls 'ROWS'. pictured is Erin Fegans
The 5A girls appears to be a battle of recent powers again with McIntosh looking to turn the tables.
Georgia's finest harriers faced cold conditions and hot competition at the USATF Meet of Champions. photo by Daniel McCauley
Here were the Fastest Junior Girls from the GHSA State Cross Country Championships pictured is McKenna Trapheagen of Woodland photo by Enrique Tomas
It was a barnburner in the 5A race as Woodland triumphed led by Individual champ McKenna Trapheagen who is pictured. 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
An old friendly course produces some fast, intense racing at Coach Wood Invite. pictured is the Championship boys lead pack. photos by Marc Logan
Current girls XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of September 26th.
Here is the Frehman Girls Honor Roll from Week 3. pictured is Gabby Parsons of Union Grove
It was a great day for McIntosh as they swept the team titles. Erin Leonard and Nick Nyman win Overall honors.
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)
Almost all the BIG Girls teams went at it at Wingfoot XC Classic. Marietta soars up to 3rd. (via MileSplit)
Grady closing the gap on top 4. Watch list - Jones County, Veterans, Riverwood (via MileSplit)
Warpath was a huge factor in Week 5 All Class Girls Team Rankings. (via MileSplit)
McIntosh remains in command after winning championship race at Carrollton in 20:26... (via MileSplit)
Marist Boys destroy field at Double Dip, South Forsyth takes Girls title. photo by Eugene Buchko
Watch List: (via MileSplit)
Here is a look at this Fall's AAAAA top 10 by the Rankings Committee
Its brewing up to be a showdown between Grady of Atlanta and perennial contender Cedar Shoals in AAAAA Boys at Carrollton.
Here are the MileSplit GA HS Boys Athletes of the Week. photo by Daniel McCauley)
Woodland HS wins their first Girls Cross Country title in school history. Erin Leonard from Jones County devours the AAAAA field.
Here is the AAAAA GHSA State meet preview including Post Region Team Rankings,
The Nike Fleet Feet Invitational produced 6 Week 9 ROWS. photo by Chris D'Aquin
(via MileSplit) Slow week for most top 10 All Class squads. Marist ran well at FSU and Woodland moves up after placing 2nd at Asics.
Decatur moves up a spot after besting Riverwood at Asics. McIntosh draws a bit closer to the top 3. (via MileSplit)
Woodland, Union Grove and Flowery Branch headed for a showdown at State (via MileSplit)
(via MileSplit) Quite a bit a movement along with a new #1 and a new team entering the rankings in Woodland Cartersville.
Here are Week 6 Female ROWS. Liz Galarza is All Class after being top Georgia Girl at Wingfoot. photo by Daniel McCauley
7 out of the top 10 teams Varsity did not race in Week 5. Flowery Branch rises up to 3rd after a 4th place finish at Warpath. (via MileSplit)
© 2016 Copyright FloSports, Inc. (via MileSplit) Here are the Week 4 AAAAA Girls Team Rankings, many raced at Carrollton less than full strength.
Watch List: (via MileSplit) Milton Girls move into #1 after winning at Coach Benson Double Dip.
Here is a preview of the 'Run at the Rock Invitational. 25 teams will duke it out this Saturday in Cartersville.
Here are the AAAAA Girls pre-season rankings and preview. Union Grove is going to be tough to beat this Fall.
The Region 7 AAAAA Championship will be held in soaked Boling Park on Wednesday afternoon.
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The top 7 from last week's Rankings stand pat for this week. Union Grove may have tightened the gap a bit on #1 Dunwoody (OFF) after a 20:30 at Atlanta Classic. Woodland, Riverwood and Winder jumped back into the top 10 after racing well Saturday.
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.
Wow! Was there a ton of movement in 5A Boys this past week! Forsyth Central woke up and hit the ground running after dropping a few slots in Week 3 and tore it up at Warpath living up to their pre-season billing. Lakeside Evans ran well at Furman placing 2nd overall defeating 4A North Hall. Creekview supporters are rewarded after their Boys destroyed the field in the 4A-5A race at Carrollton and Starrs Mill had a good showing in the Championship race. Clarkston may have had a tough race at 'Ortho' dropping 7 spots. 4A Girls was fairly quiet as only Flowery Branch jumped over Cambridge and Woodland-Cartersville cracked the top 10 from the 'Watch List'
Compared to many meets today the Mercy Campus was about empty by 10:45am as the heat rushed patrons and runners alike to their cars/busses to get cool. The Individual Varsity races were a display of domination by Reilly Friedman and FCA's Emma Grace Hurley. Whitewater's Boys took the team title over a deeper Rockdale Co squad. Mega-school Centennial won the Girls Varsity team race. On a sad note, Helen Williams of AIS is out for the season with stress fracture of the hip.
This class is going to be very tight if things hold up on paper (which they rarely do, and why we run the races) A big miscue, False Start, DQ could cost the 5A team title. The players are Pope, which is strong all around. Miller Grove who has incredible speed and trackstar Tiffany Flynn. North Springs whose real scoring ops will be the sprints, hurdles and relays. New Manchester will rely on their speed, relays, hurdles and horizontal hops. Northside WR has Cassondra Hall whose the favorite to take the 100/200, and strong relays. Forest Park's strengths are on the Field and Hurdles.