Henry County's Dinah Winders has had a tough act to follow. Not only were her mom and dad standout runners, so are her brothers. All three of them.
Some schools are fortunate enough to have display cases full of state championship trophies.. Fairview, however, hasn't been among them until Saturday when the middle school claimed the TMSAA Class A State Boys Middle School Cross Country title in Clarksville.
Reviewing races and results from around Tennessee on the second weekend in October, highlighted by the TMSAA State Meet.
Central Magnet coach Stuart Leach couldn't believe his eyes as he looked at the team scores from the TMSAA Girls Class A State Cross Country Championship. It showed his Tigers winning the meet with 97 points.
It's not often that one school can win two state titles in the same day. It's even more unique to have them coached by a husband and wife team, but that was the case for Sevier Middle School at the TMSAA State Cross Country Championship in Clarksville.
Lady Eagles team qualifies for state with third place finish at sectionals; Will Russell will represent the Boys' team September 30, 2016 -- With Sara Swafford leading the way with third place finish, the Rhea Middle School cross country girls' team advanced to State Meet next... #crosscountry (via Rhea Review)
Round up of the Maury County Cross Country Championships from Sept. 27. (via Oakridger)
The first weekend in October begins the final month of preparation before the state championship in Nashville. It's a big weekend to run fast times and set yourself up well for postseason racing.