Find out which teams are projected to be among the fastest returning cross country squads in 2020 from the state of Connecticut.
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The girls State Open was full of excitement and CT.Milesplit is here to put it in perspective.
Athletes from all across Fairfield county battled it out at Waveny Park on Thursday in New Canaan for the FCIAC championship.
The FCIAC championships has been postponed to Thursday October 18th and it will be another battle on the boys and girls side for supremacy of Fairfield County.
As we near the end of the season, its anyone's guess as to who will win the big meets at the end of the season.
There was plenty of action Thursday night as Danbury and Greenwich won FCIAC titles at Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven.
Taking the top 7 all-time 5K cross country performers in the MileSplit.com database for each team in the state, we attempt to rank the top boys XC all-time in Connecticut history.
Greenwich girls break CT record in the 4 x 800m, Glastonbury, Ridgefield go 6-7 at NBIN
Many Connecticut teams made the trip down to the New York Armory to compete in the North Shore Pre Nationals Invitational.
USTFCCCA announced Staples Coach Laddie Lawrence and Ridgefield Coach John Goetz as winners of its third annual High School Coach of the Year award for cross country.
Breakdown of every winner in every single New Balance Nationals Indoor event!
After almost a month of XC action, there are some shakeups in the Saucony Flo50 team rankings. Jimmy takes a look at some of those changes on the guys' side.
We teased you with a top 10 watch list article and a Who's #1?" video ranking the top 10 teams in the country. Now is the time to reveal our complete preseason top 25 national rankings of the best returning boys squads in the nation for the 2014 XC season.
The 77th New England Championships will feature the top female harriers from Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, & Connecticut battling it out for regional supremacy. With several All-NE selection returning the quality up front will be top notch will a handful of girls with a real shot to run away with the NE championship. Look for RI state champ Molly Keating (LaSalle Academy, RI) , 2009 NE champ & 2x runner-up Emily Durgin (Cheverus, ME), Courtney Hawkins (Milford, NH) the NH MOC champion, Elle Purrier (Richford, VT) the D3 State champion & 4th place finisher from 2011, & Reid Watson (Glastonbury, CT) the CT State Open champion & 2x All-NE selection to be a few to contend for the top spot. Teamwise, (US #22) Champlain Valley, VT the defending champions will be the team to beat as they shoot to repeat, expect strong challenges from two team from Rhode Island, Barrington & LaSalle Academy, along with Maine champs Cheverus, NH Champs Coe-Brown Academy & CT Champs Ridgefield.
Senior Heather Stephens is the two-time defending FCIAC champ. — Scott Mullin photoDespite losing two of its top five runners, the Ridgefield High girls cross country team should still be among the favorites for post-season titles this fall.That’s what happens when you’ve got a dynasty going.