Thanks to our crazy data base, we have a ranking for all 45 teams in our system with their top seven individuals. You guessed it! La Salle Academy leads the list with their top five individuals averaging an impressive time of 15 minutes, 38.41 seconds. The gap between its first through five runners a mere 18.42 seconds. Bishop Hendricken is No. 2 and Cumberland is No. 3. Complete list available to subscribers of MileSplit Insider, about $1 per week for a yearly subscription.
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It’s no secret that nationally-ranked La Salle Academy is the odds on favorite to capture the state title this Sunday at Ponaganset. But who will break the tape at the finish? Could the Rams’ D.J. Principe become the first sophomore to earn gold since Cumberland’s Jerry Bonner in 1998? Will teammate Jack Salisbury, the early-season favorite, have enough in the tank after being sidelined for nearly two months with a quad injury? How about Hendricken’s Mike Potter. Can he make his wish come true from this past summer by giving the Hawks their second straight individual champion?
It's hard to match last year's state meet where a mere three points seperated team champion La Salle Academy and Barrington in the final standings. The race for the individual title was equally as exciting with Eagle standout Emma McMillan holding off a spirited group of Ram runners to set a course record of 17 minutes, 42.87 seconds and garner her second straight crown. On Sunday, the best of the best will be on the starting line for this year's state meet. Who will be the first to cross the line? Can Emma make it a three-peat? How about La Salle's Eliza Rego, the top-ranked harrier in the state? Is it her turn for individual glory? MileSplit RI has compliled what it feels are the top five girls to watch this weekend. In no particular order, here's our picks.
Are you wondering who have run the fastest times on Ponaganset's covered-bridge trail, home of the class and state championships? We have it here. Thanks to Bishop Hendricken coaches James Lourenco and Daniel Brennan for this list, the 50 fastest all-time R.I. boys' performances. Eighteen different runners have gone under 16 minutes since Hendricken's Adam Moitoso won the 2003 state meet with a 15:48.2 effort.
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Are you wondering who have run the fastest times on Ponaganset's covered-bridge trail, home of the class and state championships? We have it here. Thanks to Bishop Hendricken coaches James Lourenco and Daniel Brennan for this list, the 50 fastest all-time R.I. girls' performances. Five of the top 10 runners in Sunday's state meet will be on the starting line.
Thanks to Kristen DiMuccio, we have some great shots from this past Saturday's Middle School State Meet at Goddard State Memorial Park. ENJOY!
Check out the 21 top freshmen boys XC performers nationally from the month of October below split into a first, second, and third team of Future Stars. Presented by Hoka One One.
An unprecedented 30 runners have bettered the 20-minute mark for five kilometers.
This past weekend the largest XC meet in the world was held and the state meet train is at full blast. Jimmy breaks down an exciting weekend of XC!
Forty-four runners have broken 17 minutes this season!
Check out the 21 top freshmen girls XC performers nationally from the month of October below split into a first, second, and third team of Future Stars. Presented by Hoka One One.
Rhode Island athletes prep for Nov. 2 state meet with strong performances at class championships.
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Meet Index Videos Class C girls (via MileSplit)
Part of our R.I. Class Championships coverage (via MileSplit)
Wickford's Sam Toolin cracks 10 minutes for 3K course at Goddard State Park. Gallgaher's Ashley Maio holds off Wickford's Lily Nunnery for girls' crown. Cole and North Cumberland earn boys' and girls' team plaques, respectively.
La Salle Academy and East Greenwich sweep Class A and Class C meets, respectively. Smithfield takes girls' Class B meet, while Barrington tops the field in the boys' Class B meet.
While the high school runners will be competing in their respective class meets this Saturday, middle-school athletes from throughout R.I. will be at Goddard State Park for their annual state championships. MileSplit RI will provide LIVE results and will also have a photograher on the course, taking pics of all the races.
For cross country, the postseason begins this weekend on Ponaganset's "covered-bridge" trail with the class championships. The Reservation will be the site of a combined six class meets (boys and girls) with Class C starting things off at 10 a.m. and Class B concluding the afternoon with the last race set for 2 p.m. In between, the junior varsity runners will partake in their annual state meet.
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