Before traveling down I-40 to join the Vols, Cookeville's Landri Wilcox continues our Salute to Seniors 2021 Series.
With Division I moving to three classes next season, the process to redo the rankings has begun. Thank you for your patience.
For our next Salute to Seniors feature, State Champion and Mizzou Signee Allison Newman of St. George Independent School joins the show.
Tennessee's top male sprinter will not being going far from home. Christian Langlois signs with the University of Tennessee.
On this episode of Salute to Seniors Brentwood's Kevin Vanderkolk joins the show to talk about his short career and passion for music.
Both of these team competitions came down to the 4x400m Relay but here's a deeper look at how the competitions unfolded a few Thursdays ago.
Obviously we can point out the Central's, Pearl Cohn's, and Christian Brother's in these rankings but that's not what stands out to me. More here.
No team made the rankings in all four distances and only a couple can be found three times. See who they are and where they rank here.
Relive the 2019 Cross Country State Championship Large Division I Boy's Race! Watch the drone footage here!
For the first guest of our annual summer series Salute to Seniors, Miles Ally, MLK High School and NC State signee sits down for his exit interview.
There are a couple of observations to pull from the rankings that have little to do with them to begin with. I'll elaborate here here.
On May 26th, McCallie School won their first State Title while Ensworth went back to back. Here's how they separated themselves in the team standings.
The final 4x800m relay came down to the wire as Boone outlasted Franklin and Brentwood as all three teams broke the eight minute barrier. Watch it again here!
Even without the state's top runner, these rankings are loaded with young up and comers who didn't disappoint in Rockvale.
Spring Fling will be staying in Murfreesboro, but will the State Championships be returning to MTSU and do we even want it to? Poll Here!
While the depth may have been in the larger divisions, there were standouts from the smaller at the tops of these leaderboards.
Watch CCS' Carson Turner run an insane three and a half second PR on Friday night to post a TN #1, US #13, and TN #11 All-Time time of 1:51.49.
Courtesy of Siegel High School Cross Country, introducing the first installment of the State Cross Country drone race footage: 2019 Large Division I Girls!
The Harding Academy Boys and Girls combined for a total of 3 Individual Gold Medals last week but bought home two Team Championships. Here's how they did it.
DI vs DII at the top of these rankings is very split but further down the list there's one result that caught my eye. More about who here.
If your school has an established summer training program and practices, this article is not for you.
Sixteen runners broke 11 last week in the 100m Dash and two of them went sub 10.5?! Fast is and understatement.
We've picked a metric by how we're going to analyze the results of the state meet and we're going to start in chronological order with Small Division I.
Looking for somewhere to race this summer to check your training progress? Siegel has you covered! Read about their Summer Running Series here.
We've merged results for the sprints and hurdles from all classifications and divisions. See who made the lists from the State Championship!
If you couldn't make it Rockvale last Thursday and don't have a premium account to watch race video check out this highlight video.
Brentwood Academy's Mensi Stiff Breaks 37 year old record set by Elizabethton's Angie Barker in 1984.
We had seven photographers taking photographs this week. Here are the ones posted so far. More albums to come.
I'm looking forward to every race in this Division but have picked out a few to keep an eye on in particular. See what they are and why here!
Small may be in the title of this division but the talent is BIG and so are the team implications in some of these events. Read about why here.