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10/29/01

 

The Harrier's Nike / Foot Locker Super 25

National Cross Country rankings: November 19, 2001

by Marc Bloom, Editor, The Harrier

Kingwood TX boys,
Saratoga Springs NY girls
still US#1

Rankings courtesy of Marc Bloom, Editor, The Harrier. 
For complete Super 25 rankings and more cross country news, subscribe to The Harrier.

BOYS GIRLS

The Harrier's Nike / Foot Locker
Super 25 National Rankings
November 19, 2001 

1.Kingwood Houston, TX
2.Canyon Country, CA
3.No. Mecklenburg, NC
4.Haddonfield, NJ
5.Hudson, OH
6.La Salle Cincinnati, OH
7.McFarland, CA
8.Glenbard South, IL
9.Amherst, MA
10.Mead Spokane, WA

1.Saratoga Springs, NY
2.Carmel, IN
3.Rockford, MI
4.Kingwood, TX
5.Iowa City West, IA
6.Mountain View Orem, UT
7.Dickinson, ND
8.Jefferson Forest, VA
9.Dana Hills, CA
10.Orem, UT

Northeast Region

1.Haddonfield (NJ)
2.Amherst (MA)
3.Cedar Cliff (PA)
4.Hendricken (RI)
5.Saratoga Springs (NY)
1.Saratoga Spr (NY)
2.Lexington (MA)
3.Moorestown (NJ)
4.Bronxville (NY)
5.Colonie (NY)

South Region

1.Kingwood (TX)
2.No. Mecklenburg (NC)
3.Farragut (TN)
4.Brookwood (GA)
5.Marcus (TX)
1.Kingwood (TX)
2.Jefferson Forest (VA)
3.Mt. Tabor (NC)
4.Houston (TN)
5.Harrison (GA)

Midwest Region

1.Hudson (OH)
2.La Salle (OH)
3.Glenbard So (IL)
4.Hopkins (MN)
5.Milford (MI)
1.Carmel (IN)
2.Rockford (MI)
3.Iowa City W (IA)
4.Dickinson (ND)
5.Turpin (OH)

West Region

1.Canyon (CA)
2.McFarland (CA)
3.Mead (WA)
4.Jesuit (CA)
5.Davis (CA)
1.Dana Hills (CA)
2.Orem (UT)
3.Montgomery (CA)
4.Fremont (UT)
5.Bingham (UT)

Next Rankings: December 10

The complete Super 25 National Rankings and Regional top-10 can be found in every issue of "The Harrier's High School Cross Country Report," edited by Marc Bloom. The magazine is published in the fall and spring, featuring results, profiles, training and racing advice, interviews with world-class runners and coaches and HS stars, Summer Camp Directories and rankings of the nation's top 100 runners as well as team rankings. 

The Harrier, considered THE magazine of high school distance running, publishes 8 issues a year (6 fall, 2 spring), for $30. At this time, new subscribers will receive 2 FREE bonus issues for a year's subscription, 10 issues in all. Also, The Harrier's 2001 H.S. X-C Yearbook, will soon be available, with the top 100 runners from all 50 state meets in fall, 2000--a 70 page book covering the entire season and a must all-in-one source book for all fans.

To comment on the rankings, contact "Harrier" editor Marc Bloom at [email protected].  Also, visit The Harrier web site

For more news and training programs
on the current cross-country season, subscribe to
"The Harrier's High School Cross Country Report,"
published by Marc Bloom, for $30 per year. 
Subscriptions are now available online on  DyeStat.  
Order a subscription to The Harrier

Marc Bloom is a H.S. cross-country coach himself. In each issue, read his entertaining columns on the excitement (and frustrations) of training teenage athletes to achieve peak performance.

Return to The Harrier Rankings page

 

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