Articles with Rockcastle County
A great indicator of what is to come for the upcoming cross country season is the performance of the athletes in the spring track season. Let's take a look at each returning 5K runner and their best performances of the outdoor season in the 3200m, 1600m, and 800m.
Currently in the state of Kentucky, we are witnessing what could be the deepest field of distance runners we have ever seen in the state. How good? See for yourself.
In a new feature, KYtrackXC will rank the top ten female and male athletes regardless of the their event classification. Check out who makes the inaugural girl's rankings!
Henry Clay's Winn and Graves County freshman Galloway top the list of returning triple jumpers.
The top three are freshman or sophomores as we embark on the 2018 outdoor season.
The usual names top this list, including the current US #9 indoor from Rockcastle County.
KYtrackXC's take on what will unfold for the Class AA Kentucky State Meet.
Check out the list of top returning girls for class AA this cross country season!
Class AA has some tight races for both team and individual titles. Zack Beavin breaks down the landscape as cross country season is only a couple weeks away.
The first big indoor meet in Kentucky takes place this weekend at the University of Kentucky Nutter Field House. Check out who is going to be competing and how this early season meet can give a early look into the next five months of track and field action.
KYtrackXC.com is pleased to present the 2015 Pre-Season Kentucky State Cross Country Team Rankings.
RICHMOND, Ky. Eastern Kentucky University sophomore guard Michaela Hunter has been named the National Mid-Major Women's Basketball Player of the Week by College Sports Madness.
Interviews with Keeton Thornsberry (Notre Dame) and Victoria Dotson (Rockcastle County)
COLUMBIA, Ky. – The Lindsey Wilson track and field and cross country teams added three student-athletes to the 2014 signing class, head coach Jamaine Gordon announced on Thursday.
KYtrackXC.com Top 12 of 2012 Below is the Top 12 Moments/Races of 2012. This past year was quite arguably the greatest year in XC/Track history for the state. Records were set across the board in track and XC. KYtrackXC.com has sorted through some of the moments/races that really set the state on fire in a sense in 2012.
KYtrackXC.com is pleased to present the 7th Annual KYtrackXC.com Indoor Athletes of the Year based on the 2012 Indoor Track Season. These awards provide us with a first on the girls side with a whole relay team, a continued winning streak, and a school that continues its domination of an award.
Preview of the Class AA Girls State Meet
KYtrackXC.com is pleased to present the 6th annual KYtrackXC.com Outdoor Awards with a surprising mix of past winners and new names. The 2010 Kentucky Outdoor Season finished with a bang with the Kentucky State Track History Books being rewritten nearly every week. Let’s see this boom in competition continue on for years to come. As with the past, there are three categories: Sprinter of the Year, Distance Runner of the Year, and Field Event Athlete of the Year. These are regardless of class. Past Award Winners
Power Poll Week #6 regardless of school classification.
The Top 16 teams in Kentucky regardless of school classification.
A Look at the action ahead for this weekend.
KYtrackXC.com presents the top Sprinter, Distance Runner, and Field Event Athlete of the Week.
Normally there would only be one athlete of the week but with so many great performances I thought I would pass along some recognition to three of the top performers for each gender from Saturday.
Former Owensboro Sprinter Casey Combest ran a time of 6.27 seconds in the 55 Meter Dash Open Race of the KTCCCA Indoor at the opening of the newly revamped US Bank/Mason County Indoor Track Complex.
Rain and cold weather are forecast to wreck havoc on meets across the state tomorrow. This is a look at the Taco Bell Classic, Lake Cumberland Classic, Invitational of the South, and the Commodore Classic.
The Mason-Dixon Athletic Club will host the 47th edition of the Mason-Dixon Games at Broadbent Arena at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center. Over 3000 athletes from 155 schools plus 70 Masters & Open athletes will converge on Louisville for the annual indoor championship meet.