A cool, crisp Saturday morning yielded quick times, surprising results and an upset or two at the 46th annual Trailblazer Invitational cross country meet on the campus of Daniel Boone High School.
The 46th edition of the Trailblazer Invitational cross country meet will take place this Saturday on the campus of Daniel Boone High School.
The annual “Bristol Cross” cross county meet held at Steele Creek Park will be this Saturday and is basically the midterm test for local teams as the season’s halfway point approaches.
BRISTOL — It was nearly a mirror image of last year at the annual “Run fer da Hills” cross country meet beneath the shadow of the South Holston Dam on Saturday morning.
The Region 1 small and large school cross country races were held at Daniel Boone High School on Thursday. The word of the day was domination by the winning squads.
BRISTOL — The 26th edition of the Bristol Cross, set for Saturday at Steele Creek Park, is set to be the largest and the most competitive event in race history with 51 high schools and 25 middle schools from four states.
A difficult process ended with a special day for Alex Crigger.
NASHVILLE — The Daniel Boone boys’ cross country team finished sixth on Saturday at the Class AAA state cross country championships at Percy Warner Park.
Every position counted for the Elizabethton girls in the Region 1-A/AA cross country championships on Thursday at Daniel Boone High School.
Ben Varghese continued his march through the Daniel Boone record books while leading his team to a romp in the Region 1 Class AAA boys’ cross country championships on Thursday.
BRISTOL — Daniel Boone regained the Big 7 Conference cross country championship Thursday on a record-setting day at Steele Creek Park.
After getting the job late in the summer, Evan Adams hit the ground running in her first week as the girls’ cross country coach at Science Hill.
NASHVILLE — Daniel Boone finished in the top three at the TSSAA Class AAA boys’ state cross country meet at Percy Warner Park, but the Trailblazers took the most satisfaction of being one spot ahead of Science Hill.
NASHVILLE — The Science Hill girls finished fifth in the TSSAA Class AAA state cross country meet, a feat matched hours later by the Elizabethton girls in the Class A/AA ranks.
With three of the top-four finishers, Science Hill broke Morristown West’s four-year stranglehold on the Region 1-AAA girls’ cross country championship on Thursday afternoon at Daniel Boone High School.