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With teams ranging from Massachussetts to Florida, this meet always alters the mid-season landscape on a national level.
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A down-to-the-wire photo finish in the boys 4x400 was a fitting end to a meet in which relay performances were the brightest highlights.
NBNI champion Ariah Graham (Wakefield NC) faces an uphill battle trying to add a second 400m title to cap her senior year.
Want to see something new at a track & field meet? Check out Bryn Campbell and the other hammer throwers.
Ashley Erba's 5K was the highlight of the opening day, while Kris Horn took control of the decathlon competition.
NC A&T's Irwin Belk Track provides an excellent facility for both athletes and spectators. (photo courtesy of North Carolina A&T Sports Information)
Wesley Frazier returns to defend her 5000m title, plus a new relay has been added to the schedule. (Photo courtesy of Jeff Sides)
After the loss of her coach mid-season, Davie's Anna McBride fought through grief to honor him with two remarkable performances.
Central Piedmont Conference rivals rally to support each other during a difficult year for two member schools.
The T.C. Roberson girls have improved tremendously, but where does that put them in the rankings?
Can the Spartans' depth put them on top of the rankings, or is Chapel Hill still in the driver's seat?
Will Templeton (Hardin Valley TN) upstaged everyone in the Invitational Race with the best boys' time of the day.
Three top-10 national powers squared off in an intense battle for bragging rights on a cool North Carolina morning.
Perfect weather for racing, coupled with high-level competition from around the country, made for a record-breaking day.
Cool weather and a fast course combined for one of the best weekends of cross country ever in North Carolina.
Though they might lack some of the big names, these races are still incredibly competitive.
Who will step up and make a statement about the quality of their team this year?
Position in the national rankings, aspirations for post-season meets, and pride are all on the line at WakeMed.
Mount Tabor is on top of the boys' team rankings for now, while Green Hope's girls are in complete control.
(Photo courtesy of Jon Fleming)
Middle school friendships, shared cross country camp experiences, and a coaching link brought Ardrey Kell and South Meck together.
4A 800 state champion Shelby Howell (New Hanover) served notice that she is a force to be reckoned with in the fall, as well.
Two of North Carolina's best individual runners have been recognized for their national-caliber performances.
Which of this year's Championship Race teams will go on to win a state championship in their classification?
Western North Carolina Carnival: the meet history only goes back to 2001, but Jackson Park has lately become the center of cross country in its area.
Top teams from Wake County, Forsyth County, and Western NC shook the rust off with shorter first races.
Coaches and meets that encourage donations to charity also encourage a greater sense of community in our sport.
Reagan earned a narrow win in just the first battle between two cross-town rivals that both aspire to be champions.
Norman Trzaskoma Invitational: Familiar foes from Forsyth County square off on a challenging course.
Joshua McClam is joined by Wesley Frazier, Sean McLean, and Keni Harrison.
Which conference is the most competitive in each classification? Which conference is the toughest to win?
Can Cary Christian claim a third team title? Will St. David's break through for a win after two close misses last year? Can Wayne Christian defend their championship?
After two runner-up team finishes last year, can Science & Math break through? Who will emerge as the girls' team champion from a pair of teams that almost won last year?
Can North Lincoln prevent another Carrboro sweep of the team titles? Just how good are the Carrboro girls?
Will there be two repeat team champions? Who will take the individual titles?
Can Cary Academy dethrone the Providence Day boys? Can anyone stop the Latin girls from getting their 5th?
Can anyone stand up to the swagger of the Green Hope girls? Does anyone know who's going to win the boys' title?
T'Sheila Mungo closed out her career in style, and several younger runners began to make their names, in the the USATF and AAU National Junior Olympic Championships.
How do the boys returners stack up overall, by grade, and by classification?
A look at the top runners overall, plus broken down by grade and classification.
A fleet of strong teams has North Carolina poised to compete nationally.
#1: Green Hope returns to challenge last year's squad as the best in state history.
#1: Chapel Hill's reputation for year-to-year improvement keeps them on top.
Sydney improves on her North Carolina #1 all-time mark in Lille, France.
Plenty of current and former NC athletes are in Eugene for the country's biggest track & field event.
Wesley Frazier stole the show, plus NC brings home BOTH team national champions!
Kendell Williams (Kell GA) dominated the heptathlon in record fashion, while the decathlon was up for grabs.
Jarrett Samuels has been keeping a low profile this spring, but he is still one of the leading athletes from the Tarheel State.
Keni Harrison leads a talented group as she seeks to add to her indoor national title.