The Championship round of Tennessee Milesplit Madness is here!
Articles with Ensworth
Our girls DII championship in TN Milesplit Madness
It's our final fan vote in the Tennessee Milesplit Madness Final Four between Harpeth Hall and Ensworth.
Tennessee MileSplit Madness rolls on with a tight matchup in the DII Elite 8.
Check out our featured photo gallery from last year's DII state meet.
Take a look at a throwback race video from Great 8 in Nashville last outdoor season.
No. 4 Brentwood Academy vs. No. 5 Christian Academy of Knoxville is up next in our dual meet tournament.
The top ten girls in every event from Tennessee in the class of 2021.
These are the Tennessee natives who will compete at the NCAA Indoor Meet in New Mexico this weekend.
We broke down the teams with the most qualifiers in each division for the 2019 State Meet
Full recap of the biggest night in the outdoor track season so far in 2019
Eight races to watch at Tuesday's Great Eight -- LIVE on Milesplit!
A couple of big teams with state championship potential are competing at the 2019 Nashville Track & Field Championships this week at Harpeth Hall.
Check out the preseason rankings for Division II Large Schools this outdoor season!
State D2-AA Decathlon Recap
D2-AA State Pentathlon Recap
Harpeth Hall Women and MBA take home Team Championships. Pearl-Cohn Men post impressive times.
Previewing the girls team race in Division II Large Schools this year!
Previewing the Boys team race in the Division II Large Schools league this outdoor season.
2017 TSSAA State Decathlon Competition Wrap-up
There was only one place Ensworth’s Emma Sloan could finish at Saturday’s state high school cross country championships. After placing fourth, third and second her first three years at the Division II-AA girls meet at Percy Warner Park’s Steeplechase Course, Sloan left little doubt with a 26-second victory in her final appearance.(via www.tennessean.com)
The Percy Warner course is a very spectator friendly course. If you’re willing, you can run from one side to another and up and down hills to get a glimpse of your favorite athlete. If you’re an athlete, well, this course has its moments. Although from a spectator’s point of view, the course doesn’t seem that hilly, but it is. And with the course being wide open, the wind will sometimes play games with you too. With that said, the times at these championships don’t always give you a good feeling that you are watching some extremely talented athletes tearing up a tough course.
The Baylor Red Raiders arrived at Greenway Farms this morning in Chattanooga, Tennessee rather inconspicuously. No buses painted with their school's name and logo. No big yellow school bus. Not even a team van. They showed up individually, most driving their own cars or car-pooling with a teammate. They didn't have a team tent, either. Nor did they have a sign proclaiming their team's location. Just a collection of duffel bags, water bottles, and spikes marked their team's base location for the day, on a weathered tennis court about four-hundred meters from where the rest of the fifteen teams present for the McCallie Invitational had set up shop for the day. After most of Baylor's mens team had arrived, a yellow car covered in bumper stickers with a bike rack on the back pulled in--ignoring the collegiate runners directing traffic--and parked next to the tennis court. Out climbed Van Townsend and his son, Skylar. Though lacking parades and other festivities often found when warriors leave for battle, the Red Raiders were ready to fight.
This past Saturday brought the arrival of one of my favorite times of the year--cross country invitational season. When the weather is crisp and clear and every single run, be it a training run, an interval workout, or a race, makes me feel on top of the world. There isn't much better than that.