Photo by Anna Garcia For the second weekend in a row Tennesseans will descend on Louisville and you can watch it Live On MileSplit.
For the second weekend in a row Tennesseans will descend on Louisville and you can watch it Live On MileSplit.
Photo by @jc_jackphotos Sam Fisher returns as the defending state champion in the 110m Hurdles but has his eyes set on a lot of events this spring.
Photo by Camden Hall For what seems like the 5th year in a row, a hurdler will be challenging the state record in the high hurdles even though he may already own it.
Wilson Central's Maya Follmer fought through injury last year but is ready to bounce back before heading off to New Mexico.
Photo by Jon Halterman While we can't do true "returner rankings" for relays, we can see who will most likely have a strong one the following season based on recent history.
For the second year in a row, Knoxville Catholic's Keegan Smith awarded Gatorade Tennessee Boy's Player of the Year.
The smallest competitive classification returns the most firepower in the hurdles this season.
While we can't do true "returner rankings" for relays, we can see who will most likely have a strong one the following season based on recent history.
Though she's never been to state, Ashley Parrish returns as the #7 overall shot putter state wide and hopes a trip to Murfreesboro is in her future.
Though Mensi Stiff may steal all the headlines this season, there's a lot of quality up and down these events in every grade and division.
One of Kentucky's premier indoor track and field events, held at the sparkling new Norton Healthcare Sports & Learning Center, returns on the calendar.
While there is a lot of clamoring about the need for indoor facilities, some high schools continue to struggle to have one outdoors.
After last season, Mason Green looks like the favorite in the Discus but now looks like a contender in both disciplines.
Most of these throwers will continue their collegiate careers on the gridiron but plan to leave their mark this season before graduating.
Coaches looking to continue their education will have the opportunity to hear from Coach Carlson early next month in Knoxville. Details here.
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For the second year in a row, Webb School's Abby Faith Cheeseman awarded Gatorade Tennessee Girl's Player of the Year.
KinderSport Athletics traveled to the Sunshine State this weekend to compete indoors and came away with both multi-golds.
As a freshman, Darrah Wiseman of Tellico Plains won two distance events at state. This year, she's hoping for more.
While the Memphis Boys were in Arkansas, the Middle Tennessee Girls were in Louisville dominating the sprints.