Class D is in a wait-and-see mode in a year of unknowns.
A wide open Class C with teams from nine different sections projected among the top dozen teams for this year's States battle.
The battle to the top of Class B should be fierce this year as a bevy of runners and teams vie for the top titles.
Class A big schools are probably a little better positioned to return to the hoped for XC normalcy, but are major surprises looming after a disjointed 2020?
Cross country may be back in full swing for New York, but which runners and teams will emerge from last year's troubled times?
They won the boys and girls stadion sprint at the 75th ancient Greek Olympiad in 480 BC, and MagicalSports Time Traveler catches back up with our star victors.
Toga's Blue Streaks battled Niwot HS in the 4xMile at NSAF/Nike Nationals and ended up with the gold and a national record.
Loads of athletes from CT schools ventured westward to compete at the nationals in Eugene, and they came away with some wins and about thirty top 10 places.
More records were broken as CT athletes came up big during past weekend.
A day of titanic efforts at the State Open yielded six meet records and three state all-time bests.
The ceiling for NY girls' pole vault keeps getting pushed higher, and now the question is, "How high can they go."
Records were smashed as athletes went all out for the gold.
The CIAC State Open is closing down on us fast, and we have some thoughts on what might happen.
Classic action at the five CIAC Class championships set the stage for the Open showdowns.
The Class M championship wrapped up the second day of action with some major meet records.
Class MM had some Major Marvels on Wednesday morning, and we got all the races.
They all took the L train to great performances on Tuesday, so now watch some Classic performances from a big afternoon of action.
Experience the incredible action at the CIAC Class LL meet. We got the races and we got the faces.
Jim Fillis was a part of the first NYC Marathon and a leader as an official and records historian.
After seven-year title droughts for the St. Anthony's girls and Chaminade guys, both squads hoisted trophies at CHSAA Intersectionals.
In a year of disruptions and cancellations, the CHSAA will be holding its 94th consecutive championship in a very competitive year.
Big names ran big in the 55 sprints and hurdles at 2016 indoor States at Cornell, and one winner dived for the gold.
A film from a 1927 college 'national championship' at Van Cortlandt Park was found in the Pathe Studio archives four years ago. Now we have the details.
Katelyn Tuohy and Elijah Claiborne completed their double gold collection on the second day of States at CNS in 2018 in the 1500 and 1600 meter races.
None of the team or individual races were really close at 2015 Monroe-Woodbury XC States as the dominators won out, but some young guys took big steps.
We only got the finishes at 2015 States for Walters, Vizza, Tasselmyer, Hurta and their top pursuers, but oh what a day it was.
At 2018 indoor States, Isaiah Claiborne bested reigning champ Ben Bulkeley as they pushed each other under the meet record.
Lily Flynn and Katherine Lee both crushed the meet record in the 1000 meters at 2018 States, but in the end it was a Koala in command.
Mary Cain put three shorter distances in her state record collection, but she also added the 5000 meters in her one go at it on the track.
Most of home-schooler Josh McDougal's big races were out of state, but he took over the 5K in his senior year and left big marks in the record books.