Articles Archive

  • Do you have interest in writing?

    Have you ever wanted to interview people, write articles, and see your work published online? If so, I have an opportunity for you. As administrator of, I am only one person but want the site to develop into the place everyone involved in running in Kentucky wants to use. While I am able to attend some meets, I cannot be at all of them and want as many as possible to be covered. So, if you run, coach, or just attend a meet and would like to write up a summary of the events, please send it to me at and it might end up on the website. The same goes for articles about running, coaching, or even college recruiting. While I presently cannot offer any financial incentive, know that your contribution would be helping to promote Kentucky Track and Field/Cross Country. Several people have written articles for the website, and I thank them for their support. If you have an idea or questions, drop me an email at

    Jonathan Grooms - February 27, 2006 - Comment
  • Lady Toppers Win Sun Belt Conference Indoor Track Championship

    For the first time in Western Kentucky University history, the Lady Topper track and field team won the Sun Belt Conference indoor championship this weekend at the Murphy Center on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University. In leading the WKU women to their first-ever conference track title, head coach Dr. Curtiss Long was honored as the Coach of the Year, his 26th such award in 26 years on the Hill.

    Western Kentucky University Press Release - February 27, 2006 - Comment
  • Former St. X runner, Bobby Curtis runs a 4:03.97 mile at the Big East Indoor Championship

    Several former Kentucky high school runners competed at the Big East Championship last weekend including Bobby Curtis (St. Xavier), Chris Danks (St. Henry), and Brandon Newell (Paducah Tilghman.)

    Jonathan Grooms - February 25, 2006 - Comment
  • Lady Toppers Picked To Finish Second At SBC Indoor Championships

    The Western Kentucky University track and field teams are set to compete in the Sun Belt Conference indoor track and field championships, set for February 25-26 at the Murphy Center in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

    Western Kentucky University Press Release - February 25, 2006 - Comment
  • Michael Eaton's USA Junior XC Championship Experience

    An email from Michael Eaton detailing his trip to New York, the race, and his upcoming journey to Japan.

    Michael Eaton - February 20, 2006 - Comment
  • Big day at the UK High School Invitational

    The UK High School Invitational was held Saturday in Lexington, KY. The invitational has grown into quite an event. There were athletes in attendance from 18 states and Washington D.C. With such tough competition (5 U.S. #1

    Jonathan Grooms - February 20, 2006 - Comment
  • Eaton qualifies for TEAM USA at World XC Championships

    Eaton finishes 6th in the USA Junior XC championships. He was the first high school runner to cross the line.

    Jonathan Grooms - February 19, 2006 - Comment
  • New Indoor Meet scheduled for March 11 at Murray State University

    New for the 2006 indoor track season, Fulton County High School will be co-hosting the West Region High School Invitational in cooperation with Coach Dereck Chavis of the Murray State University Track and Field Program.

    Steve Spadafino - February 17, 2006 - Comment
  • Current Heat Sheet for the UK High School Invitational Running Events

    Current Heat Sheets for the Running Events

    Jonathan Grooms - February 17, 2006 - Comment
  • Current Heat Sheet for the UK High School Invitational Field Events

    Heat Sheet for the Field Events

    Jonathan Grooms - February 17, 2006 - Comment
  • Iowa State Classic Summary

    The University of Kentucky track and field squads enjoyed some breakthrough performances at last weekend

    University of Ke - February 17, 2006 - Comment
  • University of Kentucky Track & Field

    Summary of the University of Kentucky\'s results from last weekends Hoosier Relays.

    Jonathan Grooms - February 09, 2006 - Comment
  • Shorter College

    Shorter College in Rome, Georgia is now participating in cross country and track. This is a letter from their head coach for any interested Kentucky high school runners.

    Jonathan Grooms - February 01, 2006 - Comment