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Week two is in the books. Let's break down the weekend action!
The girls cross country season has begun and the youngsters are dominating the top performances.
The incoming freshman class is no stranger to top competition. With a state championship already to their credit, the Class of 2022 is loaded with talent.
KYtrackXC's take on what will unfold for the Class AAA Kentucky State Meet.
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RICHMOND, Ky. – The Eastern Kentucky University cross country / track and field program inked three student-athletes during the early signing period, head coach Rick Erdmann announced on Monday. The three signees are Luis Luna, Zach Stewart and Meggan Grams.
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The 2014 Kentucky State Cross Country Meet was as good of a collection of 6 races that I have ever seen in my 20 years of attending state meets. There was excitement and mystery coming into the races, some of that played out as expected and then as always the surprises do happen. Before the KY State Meet, I posed the Top 12 Questions Going into the KY State XC Meet and now we get to see what really happened on these questions. Check out the next 12 slides a recap of the KY State Meet and how those questions played out.
12 Big Questions about the Kentucky State XC Meet tomorrow
Check out the video from the race
Class A, AA, & AAA Mid-Season Recaps
Kentucky's Top finishers and teams at Great American in North Carolina.
The Trinity Invitational brought many of the best from Kentucky together along with a ton of other talent from six other states. This is a look at the Kentucky action from Trinity/Valkyrie.
Kentucky's action from the Mason Invitational in Ohio.
Below is the 1600m/Mile Run from the 2014 Track Season scored as a XC meet only using athletes returning this year. For XC purposes it does a great job of showing teams with solid depth coming back for this season.
Race video from Nike Cross Southeast
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Cooper's Zachary Stewart wins at Harrison County after being sidelined the last month with an injury.
The weather for the race was perfect: sunny, with temperatures in the mid 60’s. Nothing could be better with the day… except the course itself. The trail through Devou Park awaiting the girls was filled with formidable hills that had more than a few girls nervous.
A Look at Who/What is Moving Around and Shaking Up the Order of XC in Kentucky.
Many of Kentucky's best went north to the Mason Invitational in Ohio. Five top five schools between the boys and girls were in attendance.
KYtrackXC.com's Matthew Folsom interviewed several coaches and the winning runners from the Ryle Invitational. Check out the links below:
The weather today was perfect for racing: The temperature was cool, without being cold; I would guess around mid-60’s and sunny for the girls varsity race. A light wind was blowing across the course.
Cooper High School is a team that is on the brink of potentially breaking into the big three this season in Class AAA this season. St. Xavier, Trinity, and Daviess County all have history but Cooper has youth on its side (school opened in 2008.)
Below are the top five boys teams across the entire state based strictly on fastest times from 2012. You can see the full list at https://ky.milesplit.com/teamscores/2012/cc/hs/m/5000m?l=&cn=&m=10&z=&rt=1
Who is "Going for the Win" and in the "Team Hunt "?
Jordan Hauck, a senior at Cooper High School, committed to run Track & Field at Northern Kentucky University.
If you are willing to put in the work, you will not be surprised by your success. The Cooper Jaguars put in the offseason work and it led to a fast start to the 2012 boys cross country season. (via CommunityPress.com)
As I was walking out of my dorm at 7:50 to head north to the Grant County Invitational, I was not anticipating a particularly pleasant day out on the course for myself, or any of the athletes, coaches, or spectators, for that matter. The rain was coming down at a steady pace and by the looks of the puddles forming on the road, had been raining for several hours.
Fitting in with the same pattern of the EG Plummer Invitational the Grant County Invitational looks like it is following in the footsteps of the Ryle Invitational. The question is how will the ACT affect the attendance of some of the top runners.
26 Insights into Week 2 of the XC Season
The Ryle Invitational probably has the most depth out of all the meets being held in Kentucky this weekend. Pretty much all of the best teams and runners in northern Kentucky will be there. Last year, the meet was cancelled due to excessive heat before the Varsity races began and this year rain could be a problem. Hopefully it goes off because it should be a good one.
Preview of Region 5 AAA.
KYtrackXC.com's Pat Fette's live updates from within in the races at the St. Henry Invitational today including splits and top 5 results for each race.
A full breakdown of the Middle School action this weekend by David St. Louis.
The people have spoken with their votes for the first time ever for these awards. On Monday night, choices for each gender of the Varsity Athletes of the Week were placed on the KYtrackXC.com Discussion Board. The votes are in and the results are below:
Plenty of action at the River Road Country Club yesterday for the St. Xavier Tiger Run. With many teams competing for the first time this season, there was plenty to learn and uncover inside the results. A full analysis lies inside. (Photo by Dan Andrews)
Previews of this seasons team action in Class AAA for the 2009 Kentucky Cross Country Season (Pictured: AAA Leaders at 08 KHSAA State Meet)