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Latest episode of ESPN's E:60, distance runner Kayla Montgomery was profiled on overcoming multiple sclerosis.
Casey Greenwalt and her 4x800 teammates ran away from the field at Taco Bell, but they will be chasing on Thursday morning.
MileSplit US will be on-site with a strong coverage team providing a great depth and quality of photos, video interviews, stories, meet updates on the national page as well as via twitter (follow us @milesplit) over the three-day 2014 edition of the New Balance Nationals Indoor at the Armory in New York City.
The Mount Tabor senior has garnered national awards for her running success, and now she can increase national awareness of her condition.
Kayla Montgomery, 18, was found to have multiple sclerosis three years ago. Defying most logic, she has gone on to become one of the fastest young distance runners in the country.
There is absolutely no debate as to which girl is tops in the state, but the battle for #1 in the boys rankings will continue.
The Mount Tabor senior has already defeated the toughest foe she will ever face, as well as the ones from other schools.
If Providence can prevent a 5th straight title for Green Hope, it will be because of depth runners like Kayla Glova, the fastest #3 in the state.
A battle of two youngsters in the NCISAA 2A state meet is just one of the highlights in a huge weekend of cross country action.
These runners not only want to claim their regional crown, but also have an eye on top-ranked Kayla Montgomery and Patrick Sheehan.
It's a classic battle between Reagan's tightly-packed depth and the front-running power of Mount Tabor, and the outcome is anyone's guess.
(Photos by John Olson) Mount Tabor has the top two individuals; can they also bring home two team titles, as they have so many times before?
Kayla Montgomery took over the top spot in the rankings with a gutty performance in the heat at McAlpine.
The open races produced the fastest individual boys times, but where will the teams from the early races stack up against the championships?
Ben Huffman (Providence Day) made a final surge up the hill at WakeMed that will change national rankings and postseason predictions.
Deja vu? These two friends already had one epic finish at McAlpine this season, and this weekend could produce another.
Kayla Montgomery returns to McAlpine with many goals, and one of them might be reasserting her candidacy for best scholastic runner in NC.
Kayla Montgomery continues to impress, earning national attention while cementing her reputation here in North Carolina.
The 10th annual Knights Crossing Invitational was one of the best ever in meet history with a meet record going down and some of the deepest team and individual fields with national ranked caliber squads and teams and likely a good share of this season's state champions in-state and out-of-state among several Southeast Region states. Check out our meet coverage with more coming on the way!
Lexi King's dominating run was the best performance on NC soil yesterday, but there are many other highlights to check out.
North Mecklenburg's Sabrina Moore is one of many talented sprint contenders, and she is also a top long jumper.
What will Josiah Elliott run, the 500 or the 1000? The decision could have a ripple effect on the entire 4A boys meet.
Indoor track can bring many things for a distance runner, from a breakout season to redemption after frustration.
The individual champions in this classification emerged from huge, crowded fields to post the best times of the day.
For the next two weeks, Bakri Abushouk focuses on lifting his Cary teammates to their highest possible potential.
Graduation turnover has created a new set of favorites, but what kind of havoc will the SAT wreak on our predictions?
Check out our latest track chat with Billy Bragg from US#1 Christian Brothers Academy, NJ. CBA seems better than ever in their quest to defend their NXN title from last year.
Ben Huffman led his Providence Day squad to one of the most impressive team performances of a great weekend.
Two major 5000m invitational races will give everyone in the state a much clearer idea of where the top teams are.
North Carolina's only returning runner from the 2011 Foot Locker Nationals, Alana Hadley, could run a few more 5K's this fall.
One school occupies the 12th slot in the rankings for both boys and girls, though they took very different paths to get there.