The two latest weeks of CT running have featured a big gathering at Wickham Park plus visits by some teams to the Manhattan Invite.
Some teams went to Van Cortlandt Park and survived, but for others there was no escape from Manhattan. The Week 4 rankings tell the story.
At the Manhattan Invite a flock of Eagles soared high, and some big feats were observed elsewhere too.
Some new teams entered the rankings from the McQuaid meet while the nation's top team got its machine cranked up at Guilderland.
The McQuaid Invite was the big story of the weekend, but a few other meets had a big impact.
Do you accept cookies? If you have the snazziest costumes and best hair day at the Slope, of course. They came, they ate, they conquered.
The Falcons of Xavier have run to 12 Open championships since their first in 1975. Is a 13th on the horizon?
CT teams and runners were on a hot streak and smashing records on the way to October.
Some major changes happened for the boys in the weekend before McQuaid and Manhattan.
New Milford opened a lot of eyes on Saturday at the Bowdoin Classic.
A quiet week before McQuaid still found room for some big performances and much expanded rankings.
The Sherry brothers combined for two highly rated times at the Ocean State invitational as Gavin broke 15:00 to take the win and Callum finished 3rd.
Connecticut got rolling early in the season and we have a look at each Class's rankings setup.
From the biggest classes to the the smallest, the Hawks, Hurricanes, and a sleuth of Bears laid down a challenge to the rest of the state on Saturday.
The action started warming up on a Saturday that was hot and sticky in most places. Some teams proved that they can stand the heat.
Connecticut got rolling in 2021 and some promising signs brighten the outlook ahead.
A team from the small-school classes won the 2019 Open. Could it happen again this year?
CT guys should be living large this fall, and no one does that better than the teams from the bigger classes.
With some guys running at the front of the national pack, the CT boys teams are ready to bust out.
The teams from the smaller classes and the NEPSTA leagues will be making their marks this year.
The teams from the larger classes are looking for a big payoff as a new year begins.
Nutmeg runners have been spicing up the regional action lately. We're kicking off the previews of the great times ahead this season.
The NYC-area leagues are looking to pull it all back together after a year of sacrifices.
Class D has gotten very small, but there's still a couple of teams that could pack some punch.
A mad scramble is on to replace the Red Storm in Class C with teams from two sections leading the stampede.
After a year of no States, a fourpeating band of Spartans are marching at the front again back to the place it all started.
Class A teams are in a big rebuilding year across the state, but can any forge a team with high enough ratings to catch the Hawks?
The boys are back in town, hopefully, and NY teams will be heading to some big invitationals in not too long.
Conferences around the city look to get back into the groove after a year of limitations and voids.
Class D is in a wait-and-see mode in a year of unknowns.