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2007 NTN news
by DyeStat
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4th NTN Finals
Dec. 1 Portland OR
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the meet's own web site

Regional highlights online Nov. 15, Nov. 22, and Nov. 29, followed by live webcast Dec. 1 of NTN Finals in Portland.

44 teams ready to run!

NTN Finals Dec. 1 - complete coverage.

Last Man Standing - Marc Bloom previews the finals. Does any team have strength left to win after longest of cross country seasons? Marc tabs defending champion Fayetteville-Manlius NY girls and Neuqua Valley IL boys as the favorites.

How to run Portland Meadows - Coach Kedge Blog #4 describes the unique course in the infield at Portland Meadows.
How to run Portland Meadows - the "real" story - Coach Kedge Blog#5 responds to those who said he gave away secrets in Blog#4.

Open Race - 39 teams including the Kenyans are entered. Open Race Entries and box numbers

Family and Friends Registration - Click to purchase tickets for dinners on the Nike campus at 5 pm Thursday, 6pm Friday and 6:30pm Saturday.

Coach Kedge's Blog - Adam Kedge is coach of the Albuquerque Academy Chargers, ranked US#1 by The Harrier and SW#1 by DyeStat. He has taken his team to NTN 2 of the first 3 years. His blog will tells how NTN affects his coaching and his athletes between now and December 1.

Last year's champs . . .
Manlius XC Club girls NY (Fayetteville-Manlius)
Bridgetown XC Club boys PA (Coatesville)

Fayetteville-Manlius NY coach Bill Aris and his girls after their smashing victory, which climaxed a season-ending flourish of three straight wins -- the New York public schools state championship, the New York Federation championship and NTN. Aris brought his US#1 boys team to NTN the last 2 years without winning, but grabbed the title this year with a girls team that was out of the running for NTN until winning the New York championships. They are ranked US#1 this year by Marc Bloom's The Harrier magazine, so they could be back in Portland to defend their crown..

Coatesville's 2-3 men Sean Ward and Owen Dawson, who finished 20th and 21st, slog through mud near the finish line.

photos by John Dye

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