Make sure to vote for your girl's athlete of the week, and then check back to see who won later in the week.
Make sure you vote for the best regional performer and check back later in the week to see who won!.
Blaine Thomas recaps a very competitive 3A Region 1 Championship
=Region week is upon us, so it is time to look back at the last week's best performances. Make sure you vote for your favorite female athlete of the week, and see which performer gets the most votes.
As Districts meets concluded this week, we look back to see the best performances of the week on the boy's side. Make sure you don't miss out on voting for your favorite performance of the week.
As the postseason is starting to heat up, you can expect some fast times and good marks all over Florida. Vote here on your girl's athlete of the week and see who takes the top spot.
Make sure to get your vote in for your boy's top track and field performer of the week.
Find out which Florida standouts have yet to sign with a college or university.
Another week is in the books as the postseason looms. Which girl do you think that the best performance? Vote in our poll and let us know.
Who do you think deserves to be our boys athlete of the week?
Madison (Madi) Malone may be the top track and field recruit in the state of Florida that you've never heard of.
Which boy do you think had the best performance of the week? Vote in our poll and let us know!
Vote for girls mid-season top performer.
Vote for boys mid-season top performer.
We take a look at the top performances and meet records that went down at the 2017 FSU Relays.
The FSU Relays is the headline event for the weekend. Blaine Thomas tells us what to watch for.
At only 4'10" Lincoln's Alyson Churchill doesn't let her size deter her. Churchill is only a freshman and on pace to add track titles to her 2016 Cross Country Finals state championship.
Blaine Thomas shares the story of Chiles junior Michael Phillips and how the sport of running has brought his family together.
What started as a normal Friday night in St.John's County, turned into a historical evening for the Creekside HS boys distance team. As the Creekside boys toed the line in the boys 4x1600 relay, no one expected what was to come in the next 17:40.78. Creekside had the chance to run a fast relay time at their home track and they took advantage of that opportunity.
The 2017 Chiles Freshman-Sophomore Championships gave the young talent in and around Tallahassee a chance to run against their peers. As Blaine Thomas tells us age is just a number. The fact that some of these athletes can compete with athletes two or three years older is nothing out of the ordinary.
This list of girls are my top freshmen to look out for this upcoming year. A lot of young talent can be found in Florida, but these girls have a huge opportunity to do big things for their respective schools.
Blaine Thomas gives us an inside look at the top incoming freshmen in the state to watch for 2017 including Xzavier Henderson (pictured above) who will run for Columbus High School in Miami.
It was a day of a US #2 mark, 11 broken meet records, and it concluded with a throwers candy bar 4x100 relay race. The word thrilling doesn't do justice when referring to the 17th Annual Chiles Track and Field Championships, which was held at Chiles High School in Tallahassee, FL.
A small city right outside of Pensacola, is home to a family of runners that have and are continuing to leave their mark on the FL high school running community. Haley Kling is a Senior at Pace High School in Pace, FL and has committed to run for Lipscomb University in the fall of 2017.
When people hear stories about runners getting hit by cars, trucks, and buses, it usually ends with a causality or multiple casualties. But for the University of North Florida distance runner that's not the case. It was February 4th, and Manny Velasquez had just finished in 3rd place in the mile at the Camel City Invite in Winston Salem at the JDL Indoor Track, when he went to get his cool down in.
The newest commit of the 2017 graduating class, comes out of Leon High School in Tallahassee, FL. Matthew Cashin, who finished 8th in 3A at the FHSAA Cross Country Finals, will be heading down I-10 to run for the University of North Florida. We caught up with Cashin to talk about his high school career and what the future holds.
Everyone loves a comeback story. Whether in football, basketball, baseball, and even track, people always love to see an underdog, who has been through a major conflict, bounce back and accomplish his goals. This year all spectators in Florida should have their eyes out for Jose Penalver, who is recovering from a tumor extraction from his pelvis just a few months ago.