• MileSplit US ranks La Salle boys among top-10 nationally

    - Yesterday - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: Emma McMillan, Barrington High

    The cross-country season officially started this past week with the first official practice last Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls.  

    Stephen Mazzone - Yesterday - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: Karina Tavares, La Salle Academy

    The cross-country season officially started this past week with the first official practice last Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls.  

    - 2 Days Ago - Comment
  • Hoka One One brings you the Future Stars of XC!

    The first program of its kind to identify, recognize and award the future stars and faces of the sport, Hoka One One and MileSplit will showcase the best underclassmen runners of high school cross country this fall. 

    Brandon Miles - 3 Days Ago - 4 Comments
  • Record-breakers at Sons of Italy meet

    Classical's Hicks and former Barrington star McFetters etch their names in the record book.

    - 3 Days Ago - Comment
  • Twilight X-C Relays on Sept. 10 (entry form)

    Okay…now it’s official! After two changes the last few weeks due to some conflicts, the date of this year’s second annual MileSplit RI Twilight X-C Relays has been set for Wednesday night, Sept. 10 at Tucker Field.

    Stephen Mazzone - 4 Days Ago - Comment
  • Virtual Meet match-up: Cumberland boys vs. East Greenwich

    We all know that adding more teams to the mix, such as at an invitational or championship meet, can make a difference in how two teams with similar abilities can be separated by a larger margin than if they faced each other head-to-head. For this week’s Virtual Meet we are going to take two boys’ teams that fit into that category – East Greenwich and Cumberland. The two squads were third and fourth, respectively, in our state meet rankings with the Avengers scoring 112 points and the Clippers compiling 125.

    Stephen Mazzone - 4 Days Ago - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: D.J. Principe, La Salle Academy

    The cross-country season officially started this past week with the first official practice last Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls. 

    Stephen Mazzone - 5 Days Ago - Comment
  • Numbers have Lady Rams far ahead of the field

    At last year's state meet, the girls of La Salle Academy posted a mild upset by beating defending champion Barrington High for the state title. This fall is should be different. Judging by stats compiled by our data base, the Rams are an overwhelming favorite to make it two in a row. According to the data, the top five scoring runners are among the first 14 finishers. Based on 2013, La Salle's average time for its quintet is 18:37.33 with a gap of 1:33.82 between its first and fifth runners. In comparison, second-ranked North Kingstown's average time was 19:55.66. The Skippers gap was 1:19.90.   A complete list is available to subscribers of MileSplit Insider, just $4 per month with a yearly subscription. 1 La Salle Academy (RI) 35   1) Eliza Rego   17:47.08 2   2) Karina Tavares   18:01.03 3   3) Sheridan Wilbur   18:37.30 4   4) Audrey O'neill   19:20.33 12   5) Elise Papazian   19:20.90 14   Average Time: 18:37.33 Total Time: 1:33:06.64 1-5 Split: 1:33.82   6) Grac Feisthamel   21:06.00 46   7) Kelly Giffault   21:31.20 56  

    Stephen Mazzone - 5 Days Ago - Comment
  • It's No. 4 for Magill at "Yo" Raymond 5K!!!

    Former St. Raphael star breaks the tape again at Cumberland race with time of 16:34.19. Classical junior Joe Murphy places second. Pawtucket's Lindsay Amherst makes it back-to-back crowns in the women's division.

    Stephen Mazzone - 5 Days Ago - Comment
  • Next month's Ocean State Invite attracts middle & high school teams

    The eighth annual Ocean State Invitational will be held the weekend of Sept. 27-28. In last year’s event nearly 4,500 high school and middle school runners competed in the popular two-day event at Goddard State Memorial Park, located on 1095 Ives Road in Warwick, R.I. The meet directors are a trio that’s familiar with hosting quality events, former Brown University coaches Bob and Anne Rothenberg and longtime road race director and former North Kingstown High coach Charlie Breagy, primary organizer of the CVS Downtown 5K and more than a dozen other footraces in Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts.

    Stephen Mazzone - 6 Days Ago - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: Sheridan Wilbur, senior, La Salle Academy

    The cross-country season officially started this week with the first official practice on Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls. 

    Stephen Mazzone - 7 Days Ago - Comment
  • By our calculations, La Salle boys tough to beat

      No matter how you look at it, La Salle Academy is the team to beat this season for the boys' state championship. Utilizing MileSplit's data base, we did an overall team ranking and to no one's surprise the Rams were at the top. The average time for La Salle's top five runners was 16:00.83 with a gap between it's top five scoring runners of just 41.67 seconds. In comparsion, defending champion Bishop Hendricken, ranked No. 2, averaged a time of 16:14.02 with a gap of 1:05.30 between its top five. Check out how the rest of the state fared. A complete list is available to subscribers of MileSplit Insider, just $4 per month with a yearly subscription. 1 La Salle Academy (RI) 26   1) David Principe   15:41.50 2   2) Jack Salisbury   15:43.90 3   3) Dan Paiva   16:04.30 5   4) Jake Grundy   16:11.30 6   5) Chris Notarianni   16:23.17 10   Average Time: 16:00.83 Total Time: 1:20:04.17 1-5 Split: 41.67   6) Matthew Bouthillette   16:50.60 17   7) James Placco   17:01.90 25  

    Stephen Mazzone - Last Week - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: Michael Potter, Bishop Hendricken

    The cross-country season officially started this week with the first official practice on Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls. 

    Stephen Mazzone - Last Week - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: Amy Laverty, junior, Cumberland High

    The cross-country season officially started this week with the first official practice on Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls. 

    - Last Week - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: Jack Salisbury, La Salle Academy

    The cross-country season officially started this week with the first official practice on Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls. 

    Stephen Mazzone - Last Week - Comment
  • Countdown to X-C: Eliza Rego, La Salle Academy

    The cross-country season officially started this week with the first official practice on Monday. During the next week, MileSplit Ri will feature the top boys and girls to watch this season in its Countdown to X-C series. The potential is there for some sizzling times on the trails. Just five runners have graduated from last year's top 14 finishers for both the boys and girls. 

    Stephen Mazzone - Last Week - Comment
  • Colantonio sets national mark

    Barrington standout breaks sophomore record at Sons of Italy Throwers Championship on Sunday.

    Stephen Mazzone - Last Week - Comment
  • Springer eyeing sub four-minute mile

    Former Westerly High standout comes up short  in his latest attempt on Saturday night at the Falmouth Elite Mile. Recap by Jim Dandeneau.

    - Last Week - Comment
  • Trust us, we'll have it covered!!!

    MileSplit RI is excited about the upcoming cross-country season and will provide its viewers with an abundance of great features throughout the fall campaign.

    Stephen Mazzone - Last Week - Comment
  • X-C girls: Class C fastest 50 returning athletes

    East Greenwich senior Margaret McCaffrey edges Smithfield senior Stephanie Mattson by two seconds for the No. 1 position. This data is compiled from the 2013 cross-country season. A complete list is available to subscribers of MileSplit Insider, just $4 a month with a yearly subscription.

    - Last Week - Comment
  • X-C boys: Class C fastest 50 returning athletes

    Led by senior Tommy Sommer, East Greenwich owns the first three slots in Class C. This data is compiled from the 2013 cross-country season. A complete list is available to subscribers of MileSplit Insider, just $4 per month with a yearly subscription.

    - Last Week - Comment

Older Posts...

Forum Posts

Upcoming Meets

College Commitments