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Check out the top rising junior girls cross country runners from last cross country season.
Six athletes earn All-American status on the meet's final day.
The defending champion Jacqueline Gaughan of Exeter, New Hampshire is the favorite to repeat as New England Champion on Saturday in Belfast
Sunday's meet should create plenty of excitement!
A look at the All-Time Lists ahead of Saturday's action.
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.
One could excuse Adam Kelly for being a little nervous and in a hurry. After all, national championships were on the line Sunday in New York City. Despite some anxious moments, the junior from Barrington, R.I., was able to withstand a late challenge and capture the New Balance Nationals Indoor title in the weight throw.
Down goes the empire! At least for now... The girls from Unionville were absolutely unstoppable, putting up 45 points and a 17:32 average to topple Fayetteville-Manlius, 79 points and a 17:59 average.
Several Rhode Islanders listed in the Dartmouth Relays entries.
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 girls meet features15 returning All-New England runners, 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)
“Around the Course’’ HAWKS, S. KINGSTOWN, AVENGERS CAPTURE BOYS’ CLASS CROWNS (via www.ritca.com)
Milesplit RI compiles the top 50 girls performacnes at the Ponaganset covered bridge course
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.
“Around the Course’’ Barrington girls win Champ. team honors The Eagles’ McMillan takes freshman race By BOB LEDDY R.I. Track & Field Foundation 20 Oct. - - As was true of many of the finishers at Saturday’s 30th annual Brown University Northeast Cross Country Championship at Goddard Park, Cumberland’s Trevor Crawley wore the “scars of battle‘’, to wit: a good amount of mud.
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.
BISHOP HENDRICKEN, BARRINGTON LEAD FIRST COACH'S POLL
Rhode Island Teams Compete at 2012 Injury Fund in Burriville RI
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.
The 77th New England Championships will feature the top female harriers from Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, & Connecticut battling it out for regional supremacy. With several All-NE selection returning the quality up front will be top notch will a handful of girls with a real shot to run away with the NE championship. Look for RI state champ Molly Keating (LaSalle Academy, RI) , 2009 NE champ & 2x runner-up Emily Durgin (Cheverus, ME), Courtney Hawkins (Milford, NH) the NH MOC champion, Elle Purrier (Richford, VT) the D3 State champion & 4th place finisher from 2011, & Reid Watson (Glastonbury, CT) the CT State Open champion & 2x All-NE selection to be a few to contend for the top spot. Teamwise, (US #22) Champlain Valley, VT the defending champions will be the team to beat as they shoot to repeat, expect strong challenges from two team from Rhode Island, Barrington & LaSalle Academy, along with Maine champs Cheverus, NH Champs Coe-Brown Academy & CT Champs Ridgefield.
Catarina Rocha and Aisha McAdams enter Saturday's race with a wealth of credentials, but the pair will have plenty of company and a sea of maroon jerseys may envelop the two as the team battle rages in the front pack.