It's Open season in CT as athletes and teams try to close the deal on 30 championship titles.
They showed their Class and now the top of the top are up for the showdown at Saturday's CIAC Open.
A lot of Large questions will be answered on Saturday morning as the Class L teams square off.
The smallest schools of the CIAC have some pretty large expectations in the Class S meet on Friday.
Class LL kicks off the action on Thursday as the big schools try to go big in the CIAC.
Watch races from the Cliff Back Invite hosted at Drew University.
The guys wrapped up the XC season with some familiar teams at the top.
155 teams are featured in the final season's wrap-up following the Toga party at Nationals.
Coach JP Kaminski ends a 17-year run, and he is joined by two Eagle veterans to recall a special season.
The NY Alumni ran big at NCAA D1, D2 and D3 Nationals meets in Wisconsin, and one of them led her team to a championship.
100 or more NY alumni head to Nationals on Saturday following a few other November championships.
The CHSAA, PSAL, NYSAIS, and All-Catholic conferences held their championships, and sparks flew.
Saturday is the XC holy day once again as the CHSAA teams decide who rules.
The big races on Sunday stay in one boro as the AIS does a morning run at Van Cortlandt Park.
Hall's girls and Tolland's guys had their pack attacks going on a day of all-around Noble efforts.
We've crunched the numbers from Divisionals for a look at what may be up for Friday at the Open.
Some major changes got rammed through at the top as tight packs filled up the Class rankings.
One major meet in the Suburb and a few in city and country settings shook up the rankings.
A few teams started their year-end push early as the conference and county meets made their entrance.
Teams were gearing up for the final big drive for county, conference, and section championships.
Manhattan and Burnt Hills got eye-popping action, and some teams crashed while others burned bright.
Manhattan and Burnt Hills lit up the numbers as teams rose and fell in Week 5.
Scorching competition with historic results is the prediction for Burnt Hills this weekend
In the limbo week between McQuaid and Manhattan, a few teams made big statements.
There was no escape from great action in the week before Manhattan as a group of teams launched their seasons.
Top powers battled at McQuaid to forge the Week 3 rankings.
The stampedes across Genesee Valley Park at McQuaid led to some major changes in the rankings.
The Week 2 rankings set the stage for many big showdowns at McQuaid on Saturday.
Pre-States at Plattsburgh set the tone for NY action during the weekend before the McQuaid Invite.
Week 1 rankings kick off with a big weekend on the horizon.