We asked you to show your knowledge and predict the top runners at the 2011 XC State Meet. Some of you were spot on and some of you were way off! See who takes home some awesome prizes.
After winning championships at last weekend's state meet, four coaches ascended higher on the all-time winning most coaches list maintained by former FACA XC Chair and Spanish River coach Rick Rothman.
Wollrath wins, St. Stefanie gets second.
We were on site Saturday for the state meet in Dade City. Lots of great races and a few upsets.
Combining the results from all of the girls races on Saturday, here are the team scores.
Combining the results from all of the boys races on Saturday, here are the team scores.
Dr. Phillips' junior Bridget Blake runs away with her second straight 4A title. Plant wins a heated battle for the team title with 73 points, two more than runner-up Ferguson, and four more than third place finisher St. Thomas Aquinas.
Colonial does it! They achieve their mission of winning the school's first ever team title in any sport. Andres Arroyo led the Grenadiers with an individual championship of his own.
Vanessa Valentine led out the charge, but Olivia Ortiz takes it home.
What can you say about a performance like that of Belen Jesuit yesterday? The Florida cross country hardcore knew they were witnessing one of the greatest team performances in state meet history.
Davidson earns first state championship over challenging Rogers! Carrollton earns title, while Bolles shows grace by handing American Heritage their second place trophy.
Bert Irigoyen repeats as the 2A state champion and leads Ransom Everglades to the team title.
Ryan Gousse of Trinity Prep upsets for the individual title, but Holy Trinity notches yet another team state championship.
Luis Martinez, Erin Hooker, American Fork, Fort Collins win NXN SW; Daniel Vertiz, Madi McLellan, South Lake Carroll win NXN S. Much more inside!
Here are my picks and thoughts on Saturday's meet. Links to meet info and other coverage inside also.
Information packet from the FHSAA published for coaches, but good info for all.
Now's your chance to show everyone your knowledge of the sport (or just your powers of prediction)... Introducing our 2011 XC State Meet Prediction Contest... and you have just three days to enter. Ready... set... go!