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Top 3 Automated Teams Based on Middle School Times this fall.
Top 3 Automated Middle School and 6th Grade & Under Teams based on times this season
Meet of Champions Information
Kentucky State Representative Stan Lee has pre-filed legislation for next year that would allow home school students to compete for their local public school.
Top 20 Times by Distance for the grade levels running the distances Saturday.
KYtrackXC.com Presents the Saturday Meets on Tap with teams coming to each meet and the time schedule. The on-site coverage for this weekend is heavy with Devon Fielding covering Tiger Run, Matthew Folsom at Ryle, and Tyler Karnes at Henry Clay. Madisonville and Warren East are potentially going to have someone onsite as well. All onsite coverage is done with your support, subscribe for only $4.99.
Thor Newsome of Rineyville Elementary won the AAU National Championship last Saturday in the Primary Division (7-8 year olds.)
For the third consecutive year the Derby City Athletic Club with runners from all over the state of Kentucky was the AAU Cross Country National Runner-up team, narrowly missing out on the championship to the California Comets 117-113. Having been National Champions in 2009 and Runners-up in 2010 and 2011, the team from Derby City came to Rock Hill for the AAU Cross Country Championship with one goal in mind, an overall team national championship.
Top 10 Times from MS State in the KYtrackXC.com database. Elementary is only the last two years.
Thor Newsome (Rineyville Elementary) earned All-American honors with his 12th place finish at the USATF Junior Cross Country Championships in the Sub-Bantam division.
Not only was Masterson State Park home to many high school races but was also home to nine middle and elementary races with the highlight of these being six state championships. The younger kids started running later in the afternoon and were divided into many divisions, the first three divisions were middle schools, the second and third were 4th&under and then 6th&under. All of these three divisions were respectively divided three more times into boys, girls, and an open division.