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Top 10 performers born 1987 or later (eligible for World Juniors at Beijing in 2006) - by Jim Spier and John Blackburn

Training logs of Bob Kennedy's US record year, and Ari Lambie's 4:37 mile. Plus Central Catholic OR 2005 XC preparation,
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DyeStat Elite - 3,517 performances now
Cross Country list #5 has 3,517 national ranking performances, an increase of 336 since last week, as the season winds down.
Nov 15 Lists
- Boys - Girls

College Choices 2006 - 2 days left in early signing period. We have first 180 choices by STATE and COLLEGE and PHOTOS
The early signing period is Nov 9-16. Send information on choices to [email protected]. Provide the name of the athlete, school, state, event, college of choice, and relationship to the athlete (athlete himself, coach, media, family, etc). Send photos too.

The girls of Fremont UT high school want you to know they are from farm country as they take a break from training for a return trip to the NTN Championships as the Plain City XC Club. They have been ranked #1 in the Southwest region all year and won the Utah 5A state championship. They finished fifth in the inaugural NTN last year.

12 more teams invited
on Selection Sunday II

Boys - Chapel Hill (NC), St. Xavier (KY),
King (TX), Flower Mound (TX), Mead (WA),
& Rock Springs (WY)
Girls - Greenbelt (MD), Episcopal (FL),
Carroll (TX), Kingwood (TX), Boise (ID),
& Rocky Mountain (CO)

These selections are based on results through Nov. 12th. California and Northeast Automatic Bids, plus the remaining 2 at-large bids will be made after California and Northeast regions finish their seasons.

NTN Invitations
Nov 20
Nov 20
1. Chapel Hill XC Club NC *
2. St. X XC Club KY *
1. Greenbelt XC Club MD *
2. Episcopal XC Club FL *
1. King XC Club TX *
2. Flower Mound XC Club TX *
1. Carroll XC Club TX *
2. Kingwood XC Club TX *
1. Elmhurst XC Club IL *
2. Warren XC Club IN *
1. Clarkston XC Club MI ***
2. Westfield XC Club IN *
3. Naperville XC Club IL *
1. Yankton XC Club SD *
2. Willmar XC Club MN *
1. Yankton XC Club SD *
2. Lakeville XC Club MN *
1. Fort Collins XC Club CO *
2. Mountain View XC Club UT *
1. Plain City XC Club UT *
2. Boulder Area XC Club CO *
1. Catholic XC Club OR *
2. Ferris XC Club WA *
1. Jesuit XC Club OR *
2. Harbor XC Club WA *
Nov 27
Nov 27
At large
Mead XC Club WA *
Rock Springs XC Club WY *
Boise XC Club ID *
Rocky Mountain XC Club CO *
At large
Nov 27
Nov 27
* = accepted --- *** = declined due to state restrictions

NTN Selection Sunday I - Nov 6 - The first 16 cross country teams were selected from the Midwest, Heartland, Southwest and Northwest.

NTN regional rankings - Week 9
Ninth edition of the in-season lists. Based on results through Nov 5
Northeast | Southeast | South | Midwest |
Heartland | Southwest | Northwest | California |
How the rankings process works. - NTN home page

Teams are shown as clubs because the runners at NTN will compete as clubs rather than schools. State meet results shuffled teams at the top, resulting in four new #1 teams -- Southeast girls Greenbelt XC Club MD, Heartland boys Yankton XC Club SD, Northwest boys Catholic XC Club Portland OR, and Northwest girls Jesuit XC Club Portland OR.

Top two teams in each region this week are:

NE 1 Manlius XC Club Manlius NY
NE 2 Brothers XC Club Lincroft NJ
NE 1 Saratoga XC Club Saratoga Springs
NE 2 Hilton XC Club Hilton NY
SE 1 Chapel Hill XC Club Chapel Hill NC
SE 2 St. X XC Club Louisville KY
SE 1 Greenbelt XC Club Greenbelt MD *
SE 2 Episcopal XC Club Jacksonville FL *
SO 1 King XC Club Corpus Christi TX
SO 2 Flower Mound XC Club TX
SO 1 Carroll XC Club Southlake TX
SO 2 Kingwood XC Club Kingwood TX
MW 1 Elmhurst XC Club Elmhurst IL
MW 2 Warren XC Club Indianapolis IN
MW 1 Clarkston XC Club Clarkston MI
MW 2 Westfield XC Club Westfield IN
HL 1 Yankton XC Club Yankton SD *
HL 2 Willmar XC Club Willmar MN *
HL 1 Yankton XC Club Yankton SD
HL 2 Lakeville XC Club Lakeville MN
SW 1 Fort Collins XC Club Fort Collins CO
SW 2 Mountain View XC Club Orem UT
SW 1 Plain City XC Club Plain City UT
SW 2 Boulder Area XC Club CO *
NW 1 Catholic XC Club Portland OR *
NW 2 Mead XC Club Spokane WA *
NW 1 Jesuit XC Club Portland OR *
NW 2 Harbor XC Club Gig Harbor WA *
CA 1 Simi Valley XC Club
CA 2 Carmichael XC Club
CA 1 Newport XC Club Newport Beach
CA 2 Central Valley XC Club Clovis
* = new ranking this week


news posted through Nov 16 - by region and state

DyeStat on-site with Don Rich at New York Public Schools Championship. Saratoga sweeps Hilton girls and F-M boys! Ranked teams all win, except NE#10 Jackson girls, at NJ Group championships at Holmdel... Danielle Tauro 18:06; Ben Massam 15:45. Michael Eaton 15:06 breaks Bobby Curtis' state record in KY, while SE#2 St. Xavier boys win. SE#3 Holy Trinity boys and SE#2 Episcopal girls rule in FL. SE#9 Midlothian girls and Brad Siragusa 15:21 are surprise winners in VA. SE#1 Eleanor Roosevelt girls tame the hills of the Hereford course with the best performance ever in Maryland. Kevin Schwab (Mustang, OK) rolls to a 15:21 for the victory at the Arkansas/Oklahoma All-Stars Meet.

NY Shocker! Saratoga Sweeps!
Saratoga boys 39, Fayetteville-Manlius 43
Saratoga girls 46, Hilton 47

Brian Rhodes-Devey (left) won the race, but Steve Murdock's runner-up finish started the winning effort in New York's AA boys race for Saratoga.

photo by Don Rich / PennTrackXC/Milesplit

Running on their sectional home course at Queensbury, NE#4/US#12 Saratoga NY boys toppled NE#1/US#1 Fayetteville-Manlius NY in the New York Public Schools State Meet. Later, the US#1/NE#1 Saratoga girls barely held off upset-minded NE#2/US#5 Hilton by one point, 46-47. All four teams will go at it again next week in the New York Federation Championships, which brings in the New York PSAL and Catholic leagues.

Defending Foot Locker national champion Aislinn Ryan won the girls race in 17:24 and then came the brawl between Saratoga and Hilton. Saratoga finished 2-3-18-20-27 (before elimination of incomplete teams), and Hilton was 7-8-11-17-25. Saratoga was led, as usual, by Hannah Davidson 17:33 and Lindsay Ferguson 17:40. Hilton ace Amanda Griggs was still bothered by shin splints, which had her in the pool all week; she finished 11th in 18:22. Meanwhile, Caroline Schultz and Allison Sawyer picked up the slack with a 7-8 finish in 18:07. Amazingly, the scoring almost exactly duplicated the prediction of, whose computer simulations forecasted a 47-47 tie.
Flash report from Don Rich, DyeStat Northeast editor
  • Northeast Report #10 - By Regional Editor Don Rich
  • CT -- New England Private School Champs - Sintayehu (15:29) and Ayalew Taye (15:35) 1-2 in D2 race.
  • MA -- MIAA Eastern Girls and Boys Champs - NE#9 Brockton boys hold on in D1; Mark Amirault 16:10 and Kirsten Kasper 18:34.
  • MA -- MIAA Western Champs - Amherst-Pelham boys and girls; Steve Czupryna 16:22 and 7th-grader Cate Costley 19:50.
  • MA -- MIAA Central Champs - Gardner - Thompson Olgilvie 14:44, Emily Jones 17:32 for 2.9M. Best teams: Bromfield girls and St. John's boys.
  • NJ -- NJ Group Championships - NE#2 CBA and NE#3 Morris Hills boys, and NE#4 Colts Neck (Bri Jackucewicz 18:22) and NE#9 Pope John girls all win; NE#10 Jackson girls upset, Fastest time of the day: Danielle Tauro 18:06; Ben Massam 15:45. Preview - by Ed Grant
  • NY -- NYSPHSAA State Class Championships - Full Results And Reports Now Posted - NE#4/US#12 Saratoga NY boys toppled NE#1/US#1 Fayetteville-Manlius NY and NE#1/US#1 Saratoga girls barely held off upset-minded NE#2/US#5 Hilton by one point, 46-47. Aislinn Ryan (17:24) and Brian Rhodes-Devey (15:26) were fastest of the day. PREVIEW
  • VT -- New England Championships - Lyman CT over NE#7 Champlain VT girls; Amity CT boys over Bishop Hendricken RI. Indiv. winners Amie Schumacher 19:33 over Kelly Sorrell and Georgia Griffin; Thomas Webb 16:27 over Jay Koloseus and Tradelle Ward.
  • Southeast Report #10 - By Regional Editor Ben Ackerly
  • AL -- Alabama State Meet - SE#7 Mountain Brook (43 over Hoover 95) and SE#8 Scottsboro (23 over St. Paul's Episcopal 47) girls dominate 6A and 5A with nearly identical times. Sr. Laurel Pritchard 17:58 (5k) and Fr. Billy Matthews 15:53 finish best.
  • DE -- Delaware State Meet - SE#3 Tatnall girls 23 points in D2 race to 105 for 2nd. Tatnall boys complete sweep. Fastest of day: Anna Brousell 19:04, Dominic DellaPelle 16:46.
  • FL -- Florida State Meet - Dade City - SE#3 Holy Trinity boys win 1A race by 90, while SE#2 Episcopal girls get 2-3-4 finish and win by 75 in 2A. SE#10 Buchholz girls dominate 4A, too. Michael Anderson 15:53 and Ashley Brasovan 17:47 are fastest overall (Kelly Parrish 18:00, Bona Jones 18:02 in other races).
  • KY -- Kentucky State Meet - Michael Eaton 15:06 breaks Bobby Curtis state record; SE#2 St. Xavier boys win. Report from Charlie Zimmerman
Battles at the MD State Meet: At left, Mikias Gelagle leads Matt Centrowitz, but Centrowitz would eventually win. Photo by John Roemer. At right, winner Marika Walker of SE#1 Eleanor Roosevelt climbs
out of the infamous Dip in the lead, pacing her team to victory.
Photo by David Austin.
  • MD -- Maryland State Meet - SE#1 Eleanor Roosevelt girls 61 over Dulaney 93 in 4A. State's fastest: Matt Centrowitz 16:01 (Mikias Gelagle 16:15), Katie Hursey 19:13. Report from David Austin.
  • NC -- North Carolina Junior Olympics - Web Site.
  • VA -- Virginia State Meet - In 3A action, SE#9 Midlothian girls rock SE#4 Oakton by 52, but SE#5 Oakton boys beat SE#6 Jefferson by 3 and unranked Midlothian by 4 in 3A. Brentsville's SE#5 girls and SE#7 boys each take AA. Brad Siragusa 15:22 shows old form to outkick Mike Spooner 15:26. Catherine White 17:49 and Rachel Rose 17:58 fastest girls.
  • South Roundup #12 - by Regional Editor John Sullivan
  • AR -- Arkansas-Oklahoma All Stars - The Sooner State takes both the girls and boys team titles. Leading times were by Kristen Radcliff 14:43 (4K), and Kevin Schwab 15:21 (5K).
  • TX -- Texas State Meet - Winners include: 5A SO#1 Corpus Christi King boys and SO#1 Southlake Carroll girls, 4A Fort Worth North Side boys and Hereford girls, Decatur boys and girls in 3A, 2A Boys Ranch boys and Holliday girls, and Sundown takes both boys and girls in the 1A division. Top times include: Duncan Phillips running 15:19 for 1st and Colby Lowe just 2 seconds back in 15:21 (5000m). Brooke Upshaw runs 10:46, while Nicole Jones was just 8 seconds back in 10:54 (3200m). WITH TONS OF PHOTOS!!!
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  • HI -- Hawaii State Meet - Iolani boys and Punahou School girls wins the titles. Sr-Jeremy Kamaka'ala (Kamehameha - Oahu) goes 15:22, while Sr-Lauren Ho (Hawaii Baptist Academy) runs 18:11 for the victory.

SteveU's Foot Locker - Nov 11 Update
Steve Underwood analyzes impact of last week's meets on Foot Locker favorites. Noteworthy performances by: Jack Bolas NC, Kenny Klotz OR (a Rupp-like run), Craig Miller PA, Mike Torchia MN, Landon Peacock MI, Jeremy Stevens IL, Josh Mathis MO, Jeff Helmer WA, Matt Tebo NM, Ben Hubers GA, Liz Yetzer MN, Bria Wetsch MN, Betsy Bies SD, Megan O'Reilly WA, Marie Lawrence NV, Kari Hardt AZ, Vanessa Ortiz NM, Bridget Franek OH, Katelyn Bastert IL, Lauren Haberkorn IL, Eileen Creutz MI, Rebakah Smeltzer MI, Meredith Snow MO, Jackie Drouin GA, Kate Niehaus SC, Callen Fike NC, Liz Costello PA.

This was the finish of a marathon, not a sprint.

New York Marathon - Paul Tergat KEN (left) edged Hendrick Ramaala RSA by less than a second.
photo by PhotoRun

Sugar Bowl meet may still be on
Despite Hurricane Katrina damage to Tad Gormley stadium in New Orleans, the Nokia Sugar Bowl Classic managers still hope to run the meet March 24-25 as scheduled. Contact Mike Corn for information.

"Wait A Minute, Did You Say Alaska?"
6 weeks after winning their 2nd straight State meet title, West Valley Fairbanks AK girls are hoping they get one of the elusive at-large bids to the NTN Champs. So you think you're tough? Try training in sub-freezing temperatures in October!

Harrier Super 25 #3
Fayetteville-Manlius boys
& Corona del Mar girls still #1
Stability at the Top - The top five boys teams, led by Fayetteville-Manlius NY, and top three girls teams, led by Corona del Mar CA, remain the same. Three new boys teams and seven girls teams crack the Super 25; which
are produced by Marc Bloom, now in his 30th year publishing The Harrier.
Rankings are based on results received through Oct. 30

27th running of National Cross Country Individual Championships
Dec 10 - Balboa Park - San Diego
Schedules, returning runners, & prior years

steveu's Foot locker - rankings and analysis of the top contenders in the regionals and national finals by senior editor Stephen (steveu) Underwood - Warning: strictly for DyeStataholics and Distance Nuts
Oct 27 update - Stellar showings by Marie Lawrence (NV), Jordan Hasay (CA), New Jersey girls, Diego Mercado (CA), Ben Sitler (CA), Michael Eaton (KY), Brock Hagerman (IN)

New Foot Locker Qualifying Procedure
Top 2 West region runners at NTN qualify for San Diego.
Other 3 regions expanded to 10 qualifiers.

Announcements by Foot Locker and Nike resolve schedule conflict between Foot Locker West region and Nike Team Nationals. Announcements

Nike Indoor
March 11-12, 2006
Nike Outdoor
June 16-17, 2006

Great American
Sept 23, 2006

OR/WA Border Clash VII
Nov. 20
Nike World H.Q.

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news posted through Nov 10 - by region and state
21 state meets! DyeStat on-site at Michigan State Meet with SteveU sees MW#1 Clarkston girls hold off MW#9 Okemos. Central Catholic boys set new State meet record low score of 23 points, while Jesuit girls move into NW#1 with their victory at the Oregon State Meet (with video!). Craig Miller wins in 15:30 in PA; his team falls by a point. MN girls record broken twice in same day by Liz Yetzer 14:00 4k and Bria Wetsch 13:55. Jack Bolas 15:33 5k beats Sandy Roberts 15:39 and that point gives SE#1 Chapel Hill the NC 4A title. MW#6 LaSalle Cincinnati boys romp by 66 points and Bridget Franek runs 17:34 in OH. MW#1 York boys roll by 83 in IL. In South Dakota, Betsy Bies, SD State Champ, rips a 16:59 for her first 5k cross race of the season (full results).
Record setting runs in state meets
Minnesota - Liz Yetzer and Bria Wetsch
U. Minnesota recruit Liz Yetzer (below left) won her second straight AA title in 14:00 4k, breaking Carrie Tollefson's state record by 9 seconds, only to have Oregon recruit Bria Wetsch (below right) take the record down moments later in the class A race with a time of 13:55. photos by Louis Leblanc
Pennsylvania - Liz Costello and Craig Miller

Liz Costello 18:18 (18:37 by Frances Koons in 2003)

photos by Don Rich / PennTrackXC/Milesplit

Craig Miller 15:30, breaking his own course record set last week in 20 degrees cooler weather.
  • Northeast Report #9 - By Regional Editor Don Rich
  • New Jersey Roundup - NEW! 11/9 by Ed Grant
  • CT -- Connecticut Open Championships - Results Posted
    Boys - Newton 109 (Amity 119). Guilford sr Jay Koloseus 15:33 5k, winning by 16 seconds.
    Girls - Ridgefield 108. Lyman jr Kelly Sorrell 15:13 4k; while Kristin Mitchell runs 15:15 for second place.
  • MA -- MSTCA Coaches Invitational - Results Posted Fastest of day at Wrentham Park are Triton soph Keely Maguire 18:37 5k and Hopedale sr Thompson Ogilvie 15:46.
  • NH -- New Hampshire Meet of Champions - Mine Falls, Nashua - Ashley Morgenstern (18:26) over Georgia Griffin (18:34), but Griffin's Hanover girls win with 66. Ditto with boys: John Schroeder over Alex Hall, 15:27-15:41, but Hall's Manchester Central wins boys race.
  • NJ -- New Jersey sectionals - PREVIEW by Ed Grant
  • NY -- NYSPHSAA (public school) Sections
  • PA -- Pennsylvania State Meet - Hershey - RESULTS by Regional Editor Don Rich. Craig Miller wins AAA boys in 15:30, but his Manheim Township falls by a point to West Chester East. NE#7 Coatesville 4th. AAA victories to Liz Costello CR 18:18 and Greater Latrobe; NE#10 Chambersburg 3rd.
  • RI -- Rhode Island State Meet - Ponaganset Park - Coventry prevails in tight girls race, Samatha Garwych takes indiv. title (19:11). Tom Webb (15:34) and Bishop Hendricken boys roll to huge victories.
  • Southeast Report #9 - By Regional Editor Ben Ackerly
  • DC -- DCIAA Championships - Woodrow Wilson sweeps both boys and girls titles. Individual champs: Ballou's Andria Smallwood and H.D. Woodson's Camron Thomas.
  • DE -- New Castle County Championships - SE#3 Tatnall girls 39 (Padua Academy 66) put 4 in top 8. Brandywine sr Anna Broussell 18:12 and Tatnall jr Brian Sklodowski 15:33 are individual winners, with Sklodowski leading Tatnall 71 over Salesianum 75.
  • GA -- Georgia State Meet - Carrollton HS - Emily Reese wins 4A girls when Emily Borsare collapses; Jackie Drouin (18:30) fastest of the day in 5A, leading SE#7 Collins Hill girls to romp. Parkview tops SE#7 Walton boys in 5A.
  • NC -- North Carolina State Meet - Results Posted Jack Bolas 15:33 5k beats Sandy Roberts 15:39 again and that point gives SE#1 Chapel Hill the 4A title over Pinecrest, 69-70.
  • SC -- South Carolina State Meet - Results Posted Spring Valley sr Kate Niehaus 18:21 5k repeats. Fastest boy is J.L. Mann jr Chris Scanlon 15:51. 4A Northwestern boys and Mauldin girls post top sets of times.
  • TN -- Tennessee State Meet - Percy Warner Park, Nashville - Best of the day: McCallie boys in D2, Morristown West girls in AAA. Bolton sr. Rob Sorrell (15:23), Independence fr. Kathy Kroeger (course record 17:32)
  • VA -- Virginia regional
  • South Roundup #11 - by Regional Editor John Sullivan
  • AR -- Arkansas State Meet - Rogers over Fayetteville in both boys and girls in the 5A Division.
  • MS -- Mississippi State Meet - SO#10 Tupelo boys captured their 5th straight title. SO#7 Tupelo girls also struck gold for the 5th straight year.
  • TX -- Texas Regionals - All the powerhouse Texas teams make the state finals, with the exception of SO#9 Marcus and SO#8 Lake Highlands boys. SO#7 Del Rio boys upset SO#1/US#18 Corpus Christi King. Top time by Duncan Phillips (A&M Consolidated) 15:28 (5k). In the girls races, all the big teams made it through to states. Top times include: Britney Green and Nicole Jones (both of Westfield) at 11:01 & 11:04, Carlene Mayfield (Keller) and Danielle Selner (Humble) both running 11:08 respectively (2 miles).

MI -- Michigan LP State Meet - DyeStat On-Site with SteveU - Results and FLASH REPORT MW#1 Clarkston girls and MW#8 Dexter boys the class of the day. Landon Peacock (15:10) and Eileen Creutz (at right, 17:42) the fastest. Audio at



photo by Davey,

  • Midwest Report #9 - By Regional Editor Scott Bush
  • IL -- Illinois State Meet - Peoria - MW#1 York boys 49 roll over Palatine 132 in AA. MW#6 Glenbard South just 6th, MW#9 St. Charles North 3rd. Naperville North surprises in girls AA over MW#3 Palatine (3rd). Fastest of the day (3M): Jeremy Stevens 14:18, Lauren Haberkorn 16:51.
  • OH -- Ohio State Meet - MW#6 LaSalle Cincinnati boys 74 romp by 66 points. MW#8 Bowling Green girls 78 (MW#7 Jackson Massillon 102). Fastest of day are Mantua Crestwood sr Bridget Franek 17:34 5k and Springboro sr Chad Balyo 15:32.
  • MN -- Minnesota State Meet - Bria Wetsch wins Class A title. Girls record broken twice in same day by Liz Yetzer 13:59 4k and Bria Wetsch 13:54. Yetzer leads HL#2 Lakeville North to AA title; HL#5 Apple Valley finishes 3rd behind Roseville. HL#3 Willmar boys win over HL#10 Stillwater, while HL#8 Eden Prairie finishes 5th in the AA title.
  • MO -- Missouri State Meet - Blue Springs girls over Eureka in the 4A Division, while HL#9 Jefferson and HL#10 Lee's Summit North manage only 4th and 5th place. HL#6 Fort Zumalt South boys upset win over HL#1 Liberty, Blue Springs, and SLUH in the Class 4 Division. HL#5 Potosi boys win Class 3 title.
  • AZ -- Arizona State Meet - SW#5 Page boys win 4A Division II, and Desert Vista boys win 5A Division I. Craig Curley (St. Michael's) is the upset winner over Tolan Thornton (Northland Prep) and pre-race favorite Weston Jones (Red Mesa). Kari Hardt (Queen Creek) has fastest time of the day (18:42) in the girls 4A Division II, while Tara Erdmann (Flowing Wells HS) runs 2nd fastest (19:11) in 5A Division II.
  • NM -- New Mexico State Meet - Gallup boys win 5A, while SW#4 ABQ Academy boys hold off the 1-2 punch of Ryan McNiff and Simon Gilna (Los Alamos) to win the 4A. Vanessa Ortiz (Cibola High School) runs 18:29 (fastest time of the day) to win the 5A crown. ABQ Academy girls dominate the 4A title with 20 points. Irena Ossola (St. Michael's High School) and her teammate Tess Amer run the exact time (18:42) placing 1-2 in the 3A division. SW#9 St Michael's girls win the 3A Division. Gallup girls upset SW#4 Eldorado in the 5A Division.
  • NV -- Nevada State Meet - Marie "Mel" Lawrence of SW#7 Reno HS rules the day in the 4A Division. In fact out of the 162 boys who ran in all 3 divisions, only 31 of them ran faster than her!
  • Northwest Report #8 - by Regional Editor John Gillespie
  • OR -- Oregon State Meet - Dyestat On-Site Video with Marc Davis from the Video Vault. NW#2 Central Catholic boys and NW#4 Jesuit girls dominate the team titles, while Kenny Klotz (CC) wins second straight state title over rival (and future teammate at the University of Oregon) Isaac Stoutenburgh (Crater). VIDEO IS UP!!!!
  • WA -- Washington State Meet - NW#5 Ferris boys upset NW#1 Mead, while NW#6 Tahoma ends up 3rd in the 4A Division. NW#1 Gig Harbor girls win over Mt Spokane in the 4A. NW#7 Jefferson finishes 3rd overall, while NW#8 Snohomish ends up in 4th. NW#8 Sehome boys win 3A title. Jeff Helmer (Henry Jackson) wins the 4A Division in 15:40. (SEE THE VIDEO OF HELMER'S RACE)


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Meets featured on DyeStat with on-site coverage
Arizona/New Mexico Border War III - Nov 19th - Albuquerque, NM
Washington/Oregon Border Clash VII - Nov 20th - Portland, OR - with video coverage!
Foot Locker Cross Country Regionals Nov 26th
Northeast - Van Cortlandt Park, New York City - with video coverage!
South - McAlpine Park, Charlotte NC
Midwest - UW Parkside, Kenosha WI
Nike Team Nationals - December 3rd - Portland OR - with video coverage!
Foot Locker West Regional - Dec 3rd - Mt. SAC, Walnut CA
Foot Locker XC Championships - Dec 10th - San Diego CA
Marine Corps Holiday Classic - December - New York Armory
Citibank Hispanic Games - January 7-8 - New York Armory - with video coverage!
New Balance Games - January 21 - New York Armory - with video coverage!
Millrose Games - February - Madison Square Garden
New Balance Collegiate Invitational - February 3-4 - New York Armory
Simplot Games - February 16-18 - Pocatello ID
Nike Indoor Nationals - March 11-12 - Landover MD - with video coverage!


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