A look at how track and field has shaped the prospect rankings ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Articles with Bishop Hendricken HS
We continue to dive into the top state meet action from across the country this weekend.
Many state champions were crowned over the weekend.
An elite lineup of coaches came together this week to discuss various topics on distance training.
Find out which teams are projected to be among the fastest returning cross country squads in 2020 from the state of Rhode Island.
The East Coast comes to New York, where they will battle for the right to board the plane to Portland.
Check out the latest XC team scores rankings in the state of Rhode Island as of October 29th.
We caught up with the guys from Bishop Hendricken High School in Rhode Island, for an early-season 4x1-Mile workout.
Could this be the genesis of two At-Large Bids for the Northeast?
We look at what we're looking for at the Manhattan Invite.
We're back with the Weekend Review, and what a weekend it was in high school cross country
Check out the release of the boys MileSplit50 national team countdown ahead of the XC season.
Check out the fastest 500 boys cross country runners in the state of Rhode Island for the upcoming cross country season.
This weekend, some of the best high schoolers in the Northeast will be making the trip to The Dartmouth Relays
New England and New York teams gathered over the Holiday Break to put together a plethora of state and nation best performances.
The Bishop Hendricken boys recorded the best finish ever by a Rhode Island school or New England school at the Nike Cross Nationals on Saturday in Portland, Oregon on Saturday with their fourth place finish in a field of the nation's 22 best programs.
The boys championship race at Nike Cross Nationals on Saturday produced records on records on records
NJ's John McGovern and Charlotte Bednar also qualified for Nike Nationals with great races at Bowdoin Park
The East Coast comes to New York, where two of the most historic courses call home.
Breaking down the action to come at Saturday's NXN Northeast Regional at Bowdoin Park in Wappinger's Falls, NY.
See how all the MileSplit50 teams and individuals who competed this weekend performed.
New England XC Championship Virtual Meet
We gathered all the performances from October 22 to October 27 that athletes in the MileSplit50 rankings have run.
Current JV boys XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of October 17th.
Van Cortlandt Park has once again brought some of the best competition short of a national championship.
St. Peter's Prep won the E Division title for 2nd straight year at the Manhattan Invitational
The 11th Boys Eastern States race at the Manhattan Invitational is set to kickoff on Saturday with a stupendous amount of talent.
Current Rhode Island XC team scores rankings as of September 26th.
Current boys XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of September 26th.
Results merges of all the races at the 2018 Injury Fund Carnival for teams and individuals.
Who are the top returning teams in each state? We project the fastest returning teams as well as links to full statewide rankings in all 50 states using our XC team scores rankings feature.
Six athletes earn All-American status on the meet's final day.
Lowell, Austin Prep earn gold during Friday's action of the two-day meet.
South Kingstown senior earns second berth to Foot Locker Nationals. Portsmouth junior qualifies for Nike Cross Nationals.
Several from the Ocean State competing on Saturday in New York.
Sunday's meet should create plenty of excitement!
Team results merge from the 2017 Rhode Island Class Cross Country Championships.
La Salle's Jack McLoughlin and Exeter/West Greenwich's Kaylie Armitage earn individual crowns.
The Girls Course Record & the Girls 5-Man Average both went down, while the CHSAA Boys got their first Individual win ever.
While the Eastern's race may be the most notable in terms of national competition, the letter races provide many great storylines for the local harriers.
La Salle's Connolly and Kane place among top 10 in girls' Race of Champions. Hendricken, La Salle finish 4-5 in boys' race.
Although the month of September, at least in Massachusetts, is a month where teams are just getting started, there's still plenty to write about. Updated, with quotes for Ryan Oosting.
Red Raiders score just 80 points at Saturday's meet.
Look at who performed the best over the past track season in the 3000 meter run and returns for the upcoming cross country season.
Taking the top 7 all-time 5K cross country performers in the MileSplit.com database for each team in the state, we attempt to rank the top boys XC all-time in Rhode Island history.
Hendricken and La Salle Academy girls were scheduled to compete at Great American X-C Festival this Saturday, a meet that was cancelled due to Hurricane Joaquin.
Check out the first update to the National Boys XC Team Rankings since Pre-Season!
Few days (if any) can match what happened this past Saturday for R.I. cross-country athletes. Down in North Carolina, the smallest state may have made the biggest impact at the Great American X-C Festival. La Salle Academy, ranked No. 2 according to MileSplit's national poll, captured the featured Race of Champions event with a slim eight-point victory over second-place Mariatta, Ga. If that wasn't enough, the girls' team took runner-up honors in the ROC race and the boys of Bishop Hendricken took the top prize in the seeded Invitational race. About a 1,000 miles north of the Great American,Cumberland earned the spotlight at Maine's Festival of Champions. For the fourth time, the Clipper boys copped the team title. The opening act for the Blue and White occured in the girls' event where junior Amy Laverty broke the tape a winner. Teamwise, the Lady Clippers were second overall. Lastly, defending state champion Emma McMillan of Barrington, achieved gold in Thetford, Vt., with a dominating triumph at the Wood Trails Run.
Hendricken appears to be the underdog this season against a potent La Salle Academy squad.
The outdoor track and field season is barely two-weeks old and already things are heating up.
Hendricken comes up big down the stretch to outlast Classical, 83-71, in Central Division duel.
Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts compete in 45th annual Knights of Columbus Relays
Video highlights of the New England Championships and the New Balance National Indoor Championships.
Rhode Island athletes fared well on Saturday during Day 2 of the New Balance Nationals in New York City.
After Winter Storm Nemo forced three postponements from its original date of Saturday, the RIIL Class Championships finally got underway Tuesday night.
Several Rhode Islanders listed in the Dartmouth Relays entries.
In her first two years on the track oval, Maddy Berkson has established a career that most runners would envy. Classical High’s versatile junior has won multiple state titles in the middle-distance events and also took home gold in the 1,000 at the New England Championships last winter. The bad news for her competitors…she’s just getting started! Consider Saturday’s performance at the R.I. Track Coaches Association (RITCA) Invitational in Providence as just a preview.
Kroy (York IL) get their 9th straight NXN berth, Carmel girls win 2nd straight at NXN MW! Ashley Erba, Alex Riba get individual wins! (Photo by Ken Moreland)
Check out our virtual meet that ranks the teams based off the best 5k times of the 2012 season to give you an idea of what to expect this weekend.
The 78th New England Championship will take place this weekend at the Twin Brook Recreation Park in Cumberland, ME. The boys meet features some top individuals, in what promises to be a fast and intense race. Check out the boys meeet preview for individuals and teams.
“Around the Course’’ Clippers’ Cawley, Eagles’ Mc Millan crowned ‘12 state individual titlists By BOB LEDDY R.I. Track & Field Foundation (via www.ritca.com)
Bishop Hendricken takes their 5th state title in a row while Barrington high school doubles up to repeat as state champions
MilesplitRI preview the RI State meet
Erin Finn dominated in MI! Montoya rips up state in AZ! Finn and Bos bring it in MI! Neale flies in WA! Hauger gets record 4th title in MN! (Photo by Pat Davey, runmichigan.com)
MilesplitRI recaps all of the Class Championship action this past Saturday.
Milesplit RI compiles the top 50 boys performances at the Ponaganset covered bridge course.
This past weekend at the Great American Cross Country Festival hosted in Cary North Carolina several Rhode Island athletes tested their abilities against some of the best runner's in the country. On the Men's side, the Race of Champions had 5 of the top 25 teams in the nation. Both Bishop Hendricken and La Salle Academy competed in the race of champions, with local Massachusetts team Bishop Feehan also in the race. Those teams were also joined by Bryce Kelley of Chariho High School.
Rhode Islander's shine this past week at the Manchester Invitational.
MileSplit's National Cross Country Rankings
Hendricken’s Potter Combines Youth and Drive ' + ' (via Running Times)
BISHOP HENDRICKEN, BARRINGTON LEAD FIRST COACH'S POLL
Rhode Island Teams Compete at 2012 Injury Fund in Burriville RI
August 20th marked the official start of the Cross Country practice season in the state of Rhode Island. All of the summer miles will start to pay off as many athletes return to their respective schools for the fall. MilesplitRI has taken the task of previewing both the Boys and the Girls competition for this coming year. Today we will be focusing on the boys individual competition.
Two Bishop Hendricken track and field standouts signed National Letters of Intent earlier this month to continue their careers at Division I colleges. Warwick’s Reuben Horace signed with Boston University and North Providence’s John Celona committed to UNC-Charlotte. (via warwickonline.com)
For the second year in a row, the Bishop Hendricken indoor track team considers itself an underdog heading into the state meet. Last year, the Hawks won anyway, delivering big performances across the board to fend off La Salle and win their 17th consecutive championship. (via warwickonline.com)
After winning the Suburban Division championship last weekend, the Hendricken indoor track team returned to the Providence Career & Technical Academy on Saturday and stormed to a first-place finish in the Class A championship meet. Hendricken totaled 124 points. Second-place North Kingstown scored 64. (via warwickonline.com)
The Hendricken indoor track team won 10 of 14 events and had 30 individual place-winners on its way to a dominant performance at the Suburban Division championship last week. (via warwickonline.com)
Bishop Hendricken won the boys’ indoor track freshman state championship on Monday, while Toll Gate finished a close second to La Salle in the girls’ championship on Tuesday. (via warwickonline.com)
Like two runners hitting the finish tape simultaneously, the girls’ teams of La Salle and Classical finished with identical point totals (112) in the first of three coaches polls conducted by the R.I. Track & Field Foundation. The Rams are defending state team champs, and received seven first-place votes among the participating coaches, with the Purple getting three. (via www.eastbayri.com)
A personal best in the 25-pound weigh throw with the nation’s No. 1 distance, a near state mark in the 55-meter dash and a back-and-forth duel for first place in the long jump. There was a select group of Rhode Island athletes that made their way to the victory stand at the annual R.I. Classic Track & Field Invitational on Dec. 28. And the few that did certainly made their presence known inside the confines of the Providence Career and Technical Academy field house.
Bishop Hendricken delivered a host of big performances to win its 17th consecutive indoor track state championship last year. The Hawks knew exactly what it would take to get past strong squads from La Salle and Chariho, and they did it. As the Hawks begin a new season, they don’t know what it’ll take to win again and they don’t know exactly how their lineup will look. (via warwickonline.com)
Elle Purrier of Richford, VT led from the gun, and never looked back as she broke the course record on the Ponaganset covered bridge trial 5k course. Purrier covered the layout in 18:01. The time was 13 seconds better than the course record held by former RI state champion Jeanne Mack of LaSalle. On the boys side, Mike Marsella of Chariho used his home course advantage to hold off a strong effort from Conor Rog of Fairfield Prep, CT to claim the title with a 15:26 clocking with Rog just one second back. US #22 Champlain Valley, VT repeated as champions by tallying 112 points to defeat runner-up LaSalle Academy by 43. On the Boys side US #39 Bishop Hendricken claimed the NE title once again with 4 in the top 50. Hendricken tallied 116, 56 points in front of runner-up Fairfield Prep, CT.
New England has weathered a freak early season storm, but its disruptive nature has created lasting implications for the New England Championships. Power outages and muddy conditions across the region wreaked havoc on the post season in many of the participating states. As a result, getting a true sense of the race depth is difficult because of the modifications made to many of the traditional qualifying courses, and the postponement of the Connecticut State Open Championships to November 8th. But it’s the unknown that makes this sport so exciting.
Breakdown of Boys' Varsity Races
Perfect weather for racing, coupled with high-level competition from around the country, made for a record-breaking day.
The release of the entries list on Monday put an end to the speculation regarding who will compete on Friday, but it still left many questions unanswered.
(Photo Courtesy of Tim Fulton, ArmoryTrack.com)
WAPPINGERS FALLS – The stories were so alike it was eerie. Uncertainty. Doubt. Underestimation. They both listened to the scores read backwards during the awards ceremony and for an instance, when the announcer called the second place team, they thought that maybe they had blown it. Then they won. Relief. Excitement.
Photo courtesy John Olson, SCRUNNERS
Andrew Springer, Westerly High School, set a new course record of 15:14; while Jenna Riley, a senior from Coventry High School, fought off two competitors to win the girl's race in 18:38. Bishop Hendricksen and LaSalle Academy claimed team titles.