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33rd Manhattan
Oct 8 Van Cortlandt Park, New York City

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Forget Yankee Stadium, let's go to Vanny
NEW YORK 10/6/05 -- For high school cross country fans, the big venue in the Big Apple this weekend isn't Yankee Stadium. It's that other venerable park in the Bronx, Van Cortlandt Park, at 242nd and Broadway -- "Vanny" to the legions of elite runners who have performed there over the years. Take the #1 subway to the end of the line and you're there.The 33rd Manhattan Invitational -- billed as the "biggest and best" one-day high school distance event in the country -- will attract 18 teams ranked in the Nike Team Nationals regional rankings -- eight in six boys flights and 10 in the Girls Eastern States championship race.
Don Rich's preview - It's all talk. Let's race. Then we can argue.
Bizarre incident in New Jersey sidelines CBA's #4 runner, puts shadow over race within a race at Manhattan Invitational (Boys C) between New Jersey's top two boys teams -- NE#3 Morris Hills and NE#5 Christian Brothers Academy. Public-private school issues also highlighted. Ed Grant's NJ report

"the best team you'll never see"

photo by Davey,
The Clarkston Michigan girls cross country team was nearly torn apart last year by state association denial of a trip to Nike Team Nationals when they were ranked Midwest #1 and US#7. Now, they are regrouping and concentrating on what they can control -- a state championship for the team and a Foot Locker national finals berth for #1 runner Jenny Morgan. Clarkston is again ranked Midwest #1 by NTN this year and US#2 in Marc Bloom's Harrier Super 25. DyeStat's Steve Underwood, a Michigan native himself, spent 4 days with the Clarkston team recently. Read Steve Underwood's report


Yakima WA

208 pix of sideline scenes at Sunfair

news posted through Oct. 6 - by region
  • Northeast Report Week #4 - From Regional Editor Don Rich
  • New Jersey Roundup - With Ed Grant
  • CT -- Bethel Invitational - CT schools only
  • MA -- McIntyre-Bay State Invitational - Franklin Park, Boston Meet Web Site
  • NJ -- Shore Coaches Invitational - Holmdel Park - NE#5 Morris Hills and NE#3 CBA win separate boys races, but Morris Hills has best times of day. NE#4 Jackson girls win Varsity A with best average, and NE#8 Morris Knolls over NE#9 Roxbury in Varsity B. Ben Massam of Chatham and Danielle Tauro notch best times of day.
  • NY -- 41st McQuaid Invitational - Genesee Valley Park - Amanda Griggs 16:53 sets second girls course record of day to lead NE#2/US#11 Hilton to victory, while Owen Kimple 14:52 leads NE#1/US#2 Fayetteville-Manlius boys winners.
  • NY -- 34th St. Anthony's Invitational - King's Park
  • PA -- Steel City Invitational - Coatesville HS - NE#7 Coatesville boys beat NE#10 Cardinal O'Hara by 44. Impressive win on girls side for State College's Katherine Ward 19:19.
  • PA -- Paul Short Run - Defending FL Champ Aislinn Ryan keeps rolling with a 17:03 to beat Colts Neck NJ Briana Jackucewicz (17:45). NE#10 Bay Shore NY tops Colts Neck, 118-126. NE#9 West Chester East PA boys fall to Cumberland Valley, 131-133. Craig Forys of Colts Neck wins in 15:14. Also, Nicole Blood 2nd in college/open 6k 21:22.
  • VT -- Woods Trail Run - Thetford Academy
  • Southeast Report Week #4 - From Regional Editor Ben Ackerly
  • AL -- Jesse Owens Classic - Oakville Indian Mounds Park, Moulton, AL - Laurel Pritchard Vestavia Hills AL 18:04 and Ben Huber McEachern GA 15:19 set course records. Formerly ranked Scottsboro AL girls avenge loss to SE#10 Hoover AL.
  • DE -- Salesianum Invitational - Brandywine Creek State Park - SE#7 Tatnall dominates the 'C' race, but is outclocked by unranked Padua's 'A' race times.
FL -- 6th Invitational - Little Everglades Ranch, Dade City, FL, new home of Florida state meet. Freshman Ashley Brasovan, who won impressively in Great American seeded invitational last week, showed she is for real by beating veteran Kelly Parrish, 17:08 5k to 17:14. Justin Harbour 15:27 collapsed at the finish and was carried off after winning the boys race by 8 seconds over James Osbourne. SE#1 Episcopal FL girls 90 and NE#4 Warwick Valley NY boys 103 (SE#4 Holy Trinity FL 185) win races of champions.
Justin Harbour

photos by Rick Andrews
Ashley Brasovan (R) and Kelly Parrish
  • FL -- 36th John I. Leonard Invitational - Okeeheelee Park, Lake Worth, FL
  • KY -- Franklin County Invitational - SE#3 St. Xavier KY boys avenge loss at Great American to MW#4 Cincy Lasalle OH.
  • MD -- Harford Invitational - Tollgate Park, Bel Air, MD - SE#6 Eleanor Roosevelt girls roll by 46, with three under old CR. Mikias Gelagle leads 1-2 ERS finish for boys, but Blakefield Loyola wins.
  • MD -- 10th Mervo Mustang Invitational - Herring Run Park, Baltimore, MD
  • NC -- Hagan Stone Park Classic - Hagan Stone Park, Greensboro, NC
  • NC -- Wendy's Invitational - Charlotte, NC. Both boys and girls meet records broken. Great American winner Sandy Roberts of Broughton Raleigh NC 15:03 (15:08.7 in 2000 by Matt Maline) and Kate Niehaus of Spring Valley SC 17:32 (17:38.1 in 2000 by Julia Lucas). SE#1 Chapel Hill boys take team title, as does Chapel Hill girls.
  • SC -- Electric City Festival - Anderson Sports and Entertainment Complex
  • TN -- Volunteer Invite - Victor Ashe Park, Knoxville, TN - Brentwood Academy's Clay Adams, Alyssa Mankin, and Angela Fister shine individually, but depth wins for Trinity boys and Morristown West girls.
  • VA -- William and Mary Invitational - Williamsburg, VA - Steven Duplinsky of Georgetown Prep MD takes down Matt Keally's course record, blazes a 14:30 for 3.05M.
  • VA -- Octoberfest - Great Meadows, The Plains, VA
  • South Roundup Week #6 - by Regional Editor John Sullivan.
  • OK -- 69th Cowboy Jamboree - Results are in where Kevin Schwab's (SO#9 Mustang) individual victory is not enough to hold off Blue Valley North boys.
  • TX -- 12th McNeil Invitational - SO#2 Corpus Christi King boys edging SO#1 Flower Mound. SO#2 Kingwood girls over SO#3 The Woodlands. Report and Photos by Regional Editor John Sullivan.
  • Midwest Report Week #4 - From Regional Editor Scott Bush
  • IL -- 33rd Loyola Lakefront Invitational - Montrose Beach, Chicago, IL
  • IL -- Savage Invitational - Skokie, IL
  • IL -- Peoria Central Invitational - Detweiller Park - 1-2 finish from Matt and Eric Dettman led MW#1/US#1 York to easy win.
  • IL -- Crete-Monee Invitational

26th Nike/Jim Danner Invitational
Oct 1 Greshem, OR - DyeStat on-site with Marc Davis
Index - Marc Davis Videos - Results
Boise girls surprise
NW#10 Boise ID girls 129 surprise NW#2 Jesuit Portland OR 134, with NW#3 Snohomish WA 187 third and other ranked teams trailing. Mt. Spokane's Megan O'Reilly 17:12 wins by a minute. NW#7 Central Catholic Portland OR boys 114 over NW#6 Boise ID 134, with HL#1 Liberty MO 143 third. . Crater's Isaac Stoutenburgh (right) wins photo finish over Central Catholic's Kenny Klotz. (below, photo by Carl Laney) See the video by Marc Davis
Megan O'Reilly and Isaac Stoutenburgh are crowned queen and king of the day at Danner. photo by Colleen Collins

32nd Sunfair Invitational
Oct 1 Yakima WA - DyeStat on-site with John & Donna Dye
INDEX - complete results and photos
Thousand Oaks girls, Flathead boys win
Girls - CA#6 Thousand Oaks CA 36, NW#7 Flathead MT 40, NW#1 Gig Harbor WA 48.
Boys - Flathead MT staked a big early lead in the 6th and 7th man races, hung in against Ferris WA's wins in the #4, #3, and #2 man races, and won on #1 Elliott Welder's strong finish in the closing #1 man race. NW#2 Flathead 20, NW#9 Tahoma 23, NW#4 Ferris 28.
[Note: All seven flights are scored. Teams with less than five runners are eliminated.]
Sunfair photo albums - #1 Boys - #1 Girls - the course
The course is tough on runners, but a delight for spectators.

Curtis Williams Invitational, Gallup NM - runners exit the infamous arroyo

photo by Blake Wood

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NTN regional rankings - Week 3
Third in-season update, based on results through Sep 24. Rankings will be updated each Friday from now through November.
Northeast | Southeast | South | Midwest |
Heartland | Southwest | Northwest | California |
How the rankings process works. - NTN home page
Top two teams in each region are shown below. If the season ended today, these teams would be invited to run at Nike Team Nationals in Portland Dec. 3. Four at large teams are also invited, making fields of 20 boys teams and 20 girls.

NE 1 Fayetteville Manlius NY
NE 2 Saratoga Springs NY *
NE 1 Saratoga Springs NY
NE 2 Hilton NY
SE 1 Chapel Hill NC *
SE 2 Jefferson Alexandria VA
SE 1 Episcopal Jacksonville FL *
SE 2 Brentsville Nokesville VA *
SO 1 Flower Mound TX
SO 2 King Corpus Christi TX
SO 1 Carroll Southlake TX
SO 2 Kingwood TX
MW 1 York Elmhurst IL
MW 2 Warren Central Indianapolis IN *
MW 1 Clarkston MI
MW 2 Waukesha West WI
HL 1 Liberty MO
HL 2 Yankton SD *
HL 1 Yankton SD
HL 2 Lakeville North Lakeville MN *
SW 1 Fort Collins CO
SW 2 Mountain View Orem UT
SW 1 Fremont Plain City UT
SW 2 Rocky Mtn Fort Collins CO *
NW 1 Mead Spokane WA
NW 2 Flathead Kalispell MT *
NW 1 Gig Harbor WA
NW 2 Jesuit Portland OR
CA 1 Royal Simi Valley CA
CA 2 Upland CA *
CA 1 Buchanan Clovis
CA 2 Corona del Mar
* = new this week


news posted through Sep. 29 - by region
  • Northeast Week #3 -- A roundup of ranked teams and important action through Sept. 24 by Regional Editor Don Rich.
  • CT - Bethel Invitational
  • CT -- Canterbury Invitational - Another 1-2 by Ayalew and Sintayehu Taye of Cushing Academy, 15:43 and 15:56.
  • NY -- Manhattan Invitational - Entry List updated as of 9/26/05
  • NH -- Manchester Invitational - Derryfield Park, Manchester NH.
  • NJ -- Cougar Invitational - Results now Posted. Bucks Mill Park, Colts Neck NJ. Craig Forys 15:56 is fastest boy. Briana Jackucewicz and Ashley Higginson tie in girls large school race in 18:42. Colts Neck girls and East Brunswick boys dominate teamwise.
  • NJ -- South Jersey Shoutout - Gloucester County College, Sewell NJ.
  • NJ -- Randolph Invitational - NE#3/US#9 Morris Hills NJ boys put 5 in the top 8 to win with 24 points in tuneup for Manhattan.
  • NY -- East Aurora Invitational
  • NY -- Queensbury Invitational- Queensbury NY. Site of NYSPHSSA state meet.
  • PA -- Carlisle Invitational - Results now Posted. "The Millers were the Millers," said Northeast editor Don Rich, as Craig Miller 15:23 5k won and brother Brad Miller 15:26 was second, but their NE#4 Manheim Twp PA team was beaten by unranked Coatesville PA 61 (5-8-11-17-20) to 75 (1-2-23-24-25). Jr Sarah Morrison 18:31 led Chambersburg PA 81 to victory in the girls race.
  • PA -- Spiked Shoe Inv - Penn State University. Results now Posted.Out of state teams claim team honors. Morgantown WV girls 63 (Governor Mifflin 73). Strongsville OH boys 69 (State College PA 81). Noel Bateman of Aquinas Institute 15:43 and Katherine Ward of State College 18:35 (Lindsey Scheller 18:37) were the individual winners.
  • PA -- 3rd Lion Invitational - Penn State, Altoona.

There is something different about Fayetteville-Manlius NY this year. New York squad regroups after loss to York at 2004 Nike Team Nationals - will look for faster top 4 and wider spread. story by Don Rich on the NE#1 US#2 team.

WV -- Mountaintop Combo Invitational - Preston HS, Kingwood WV - Results now posted. Berkeley Springs soph Rachel Buser 19:08 (left) won again, but SE#7 Eleanor Roosevelt MD 30 poured in 5 of the next 11 runners. Mikias Gelagle 16:14 (right) led the Eleanor Roosevelt boys 50 as the Maryland school swept the team titles. Both Buser and Gelagle set course records. Results and photos from Western Maryland Running.
  • South Roundup V - By Regional Editor John Sullivan.
  • AR -- Arkansas Little Rock Inv - Murray Park, Little Rock.
  • LA -- Jeff Davis Bank Iowa Invitational - Iowa High School
  • MS -- Mississippi State Invitational - SO#8 Tupelo girls win
IL -- Palatine Invitational -
Boys - MW#1/US#1 York Elmhurst IL 57 won easily a 14:45 average over a 2.96 mile course. Ryan Craven 14:07 (right) led unranked Prospect IL 118 to a close third behind Palatine IL 110.
Girls - MW#3 Palatine IL 48 (3-7-8-9-21) was a convincing winner on their home course, with sr Amy Laskowske 17:28 in third place leading the way. Crystal Lake Central took the top two places with its freshman pair of Haley Staples 17:06 and Stephanie Peisker 17:22.
  • Midwest Week #3 - Rounding up all the action for the key teams through Sept. 24 by Regional Editor Scott Bush.
  • IN -- Culver Academy Inv - Results now Posted. Culver IN
    Boys - De'Sean Turner 15:28 leads MW#4 Warren Central IN 92 to victory over MW#6 Carmel IN 141, MW#2 Columbus North IN 152,
    and MW#8 Valparaiso IN 171.
    Girls - MW#5 Carmel IN edged unranked Westfield IN on sixth runner tie breaker as both finish with 108 points. MW#4 Valparaiso IN is third with 125 points.
  • MI - Jackson Invitational - Results now Posted. MW#1 US#2 Clarkston MI girls 48, MW#10 Saline MI 72. Clarkston also won the battle of the sisters as their Morgan sisters, Jenny Morgan 18:22 5k and freshman Stephanie Morgan 18:24, ran 1-2 ahead of Saline's Eileen Cruetz 18:28 and Meagan Cruetz 19:05 for 3rd and 5th. Bloomfield Hills Lahser sr Mike Quick 15:53 was the quickest boy of the day.
  • OH - Malone Invitational - Bridget Franek rolls to a 17:42; MW#6 Massillon Jackson girls win easily.
  • Heartland Roundup Part VI - By Tony Bozarth
  • IA -- Eastern Iowa Classic - HL#3 Iowa City girls beats HL#4 Iowa City West for the second time this season.
  • MN -- Roy Griak Invitational - DyeStat's Steve Underwood on-site
    Nike Outdoor 2-mile champ Elizabeth Yetzer (Lakeville North, MN) bounced back from a 4k loss to Bria Wetsch (Holy Family Catholic, MN) to pull away in the last 600 and beat her fellow senior at 5k, 17:46-17:58. Both under course record. SW#3 Rocky Mountain (Ft. Collins, CO) puts two in the top five and three in top 13 to score 103 and easily beat HL#9 Lakeville North (175) and US#13/HL#2 Sioux Falls Roosevelt (193) in Gold (top schools) Girls Race. Following: Sioux Falls O’Gorman in 4th, US#18/HL#3 Iowa City 5th, Wayzata 6th, and HL#10 Minnetonka 7th.On the boys side, unranked Lakeville North has four in top 32 to hold off US#23/MW#2 Shawnee Mission NW, KS in the Gold Race, 189-203. MW#7 Edina is 6th. After breaking away from a tight pack, Mike Torchia of Rochester Lourdes, MN outsprints T.C. Lumbar of Edina, MN, with both at 15:34.
  • MO -- Hancock Invitational - HL#8 St Louis University barely loses to Fort Zumwalt South.
  • MO -- Kansas City Metro Championships - Lee's Summit North and HL#8 Liberty girls both lose. Blue Springs boys win. Jacob Boone runs in 16:03
  • SD -- Yankton Invitational - HL#1/US#4 Yankton girls and HL#3 Yankton boys both win at home.
  • Southwest Report IV - By Regional Editor Steve Lurie
  • AZ -- Los Mesquites Invitational - Kennedy Park, Tucson
  • CO - Conifer Invitational - Conifer HS.
  • CO -- Sterling Invite - Sterling HS
  • CO -- Runners Roost Invite - Also known as the John Martin Invite. SW#1 Ft Collins boys still undefeated, and SW#7 Cherry Creek girls over SW#8 Ft Collins.
  • CO -- Brush Invitational - Brush HS.
  • NM -- Albuquerque Academy Invitational - SW#5/US#18 Albuquerque Academy boys 39 were easy winners of their own invitational. Individual winner was Eldorado's Matt Tebo 15:37. SW#2/US#8 Eldorado Albuquerque NM thoroughly dominated the girls race, placing five of the top seven for 20 points to beat Gallup and Los Alamos by 53 points. Julie Brasher 19:56 and Erin Madden 20:07 finished 1-2 for Eldorado.
  • NV -- Laughlin Invitational - Mountain View Park, Laughlin
  • ID -- 31st Bob Firman Invitational.- Southwest region teams invaded and conquered. Boys - SW#2/US#8 Mountain View Orem UT 52 (1-8-9-13-21) handled SW#4/US#17 Rock Springs WY 76 (5-6-12-18-35), with NW#6 Boise ID 103 third. Mountain View sr Adam McDonald 15:41 was the individual winner. Girls - SW#1/US#3 Fremont UT was a decisive winner with 59 points (3-5-11-19-21). Boise ID jr Dana Morgan 18:28 5k (breaking Kimber Mattox's course record by 2 seconds) swept to victory on the hill in the last kilometer over Orem UT soph Krystal Harper 18:40 and Fremont sr Katie Chugg 18:53.
  • MT -- Mountain West Classic - Missoula MT.
  • OR -- Northwest Classic - Unranked Hermiston OR boys knock off NW#3 Jesuit Portland 56-89. NW#2 Jesuit Portland girls win handliy with 34 points. Individual winners are Jennifer Macias of Hermiston 18:37 and Isaac Stoutenburgh of Crater OR 15:30. Alberto Salazar's daughter, Maria Salazar, begins her role in athletics.
  • WA -- Bellevue Invitational - NW#1/US#7 Gig Harbor girls win, while Zach Gussin from Ballard runs 15:20 for 5000m.
Stanford Invitational -Results - Showdowns of national powers went to CA#1 US#3 Royal Simi Valley boys and CA#1 US#10 Buchanan Clovis girls.
Girls - It couldn't have been closer as new CA#1 Buchanan beat prior CA#1 Corona del Mar by 1 point, 82 to 83, with Lauren Saylor's 17:38 5k individual win setting the pace. Unranked Torrey Pines CA 151 was third, SW#4 South Tahoe 164 fourth and Judge Memorial UT 166 fifth. In Div 2, Marie Lawrence 17:26 had the fastest time of the day, but her SW#5 Reno NV team 171 finished third behind CA#9 Edison Huntington Beach 106 and Aptos CA 144.
Boys - Michael Cybulski's 5th place finish led Royal 86 (5-10-20-25-26) over NW#1 US#4 Mead WA. 107 (13-16-22-27-29). Royal averaged 15:58, while Mead had an 18-second spread in its five scorers. Next were CA#3 Upland CA 172, CA#5 US#19 Jesuit Carmichael CA 177, CA#10 El Toro 179, and CA#8 El Camino 217. El Camino's A.J. Acosta 15:13 won individual honors as the fastest boy of the day.
. entgries and a look back by Doug Speck -

7th Great Am
Sep 24 at SAS Park, Cary NC
DyeStat on-site with John & Donna Dye, Derek Dye, Marc Davis, Rich Gonzalez and Ben Ackerly

INDEX - complete coverage with stories, photos and video
DyeStat Elite - 56 performances qualifying for national ranking

DONNA ON THE SIDE at Great American
FRIDAY - SATURDAY 190 scenes from the sideline
Donna gets a wave from Bubba the Clown
John Dye's photo albums - 89 action shots
girls Race of Champions
Other races
Duke crushed the field in the University Women's Race of Champions with 20 points and 7 of the top 10 finishers.


Harrier Super 25 #1
Four new top 10 teams
in first in-season lists
Four new teams entered the US top 10 as early season results shuffled the pre-season rankings by Marc Bloom, now in his 30th year publishing The Harrier. They are Fort Collins CO boys, Mountain View UT boys, Eldorado NM girls and Buchanan Clovis CA girls. The York Elmhurst IL boys and Saratoga Springs NY girls retained their US#1 ranking.
1 York Elmhurst IL
2 Fayetteville Manlius Manlius NY
3 Royal Simi Valley CA
4 Mead Spokane WA
5 Christian Brothers Lincroft NJ
6 Liberty MO
7 Fort Collins CO
8 Mountain View Orem UT
9 Morris Hills Rockaway NJ
10 Page AZ
1 Saratoga Springs NY
2 Clarkston MI
3 Fremont Plain City UT
4 Yankton SD
5 Corona del Mar Newport Beach CA
6 Carroll Southlake TX
7 Gig Harbor WA
8 Eldorado Albuquerque NM
9 Kingwood TX
10 Buchanan Clovis CA

Sully's Stats
All time top 100 miles grouped by meet
John Sullivan is a track nut who can't get enough track stats. He cranks out lists for his own amusement -- and now he can amuse you as well. This week, All Time top 100 high school miles grouped by meet. Two thirds of the boys top 100 were run in post season meets, but more than half of the girls were run in-season. Cutoff for all time top 100 ranking is 4:07.3 for boys and 4:48.85 for girls.

DyeStat Featured Meets
Meets featured on DyeStat with on-site coverage.
Great American Cross Country Festival - Sep 24 - Cary NC
Manhattan Invitational - Oct 8 - Van Cortlandt Park, NYC
Mt. SAC Invitational - Oct 21-22 - Walnut CA
Foot Locker Cross Country regionals Nov 26
Northeast - Van Cortlandt Park, New York City
South - McAlpine Park, Charlotte NC
Midwest - UW Parkside, Kenosha WI
Nike Team Nationals - December 3 - Portland OR
Foot Locker West regional - Dec 3 - Mt. SAC, Walnut CA
Foot Locker Cross Country Championships - December 10 - San Diego CA
Holiday Classic - December - New York Armory
Hispanic Games - January - New York Armory
New Balance Games - January - New York Armory
Millrose Games - February - Madison Square Garden
Armory Collegiate Games - February - New York Armory
Simplot Games - February - Pocatello ID
Nike Indoor Nationals - March - Landover MD


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