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Articles with Circle Christian School
Coach Mark Caulfield gives us an inside look at the 1A Cross Country Finals state champion Circle Christian girls.
Circle Christian's Sinkenesh Parker won the girls freshmen race at Foot Locker South.
We merged the results from ever race at the Cross Country Finals to see which freshmen girls had the best performances.
Blaine Thomas recaps the 1A girls and boys races at the 2017 FHSAA Cross Country Finals.
Ricky Quintana takes an in-depth look at the 1A individual and team battles.
Our virtual meet predicts both the girls and boys individual and team battles.
We rank the top girls and boys teams in 1A. Where do you and your squad stack up?
We breakdown the top 25 girls teams in each classification as well as the 25 best overall regardless of class.
The Fleet Feet Invitational at South Fork High School is one of the larger invitationals this weekend.
We take a look at the top 25 1A girls teams heading into the 2017 season.
The Circle Christian girls followed up their 2015 1A Cross Country Finals championship with a runner-up finish in 2016. Coach Mark Caulfield tells us about this year's Centurion team and their road to a podium spot in Tallahassee.
As part of our Saucony Flo 50 rankings series, we take a look at the top 25 boys and girls individuals as well as the top 25 boys and girls teams and rank them. Here are the top girls teams after the cross country state championship.
The top five returning teams from the 2016 Cross Country Finals all made the podium including top ranked Pine Crest in 2A and Niceville in 3A (pictured above). The Panthers lose only one girl in their top five that ALL placed in the top 20. That group consisted of three freshmen and one 8th grader! Niceville loses two seniors, but will rely heavily on roster that includes three seniors, a junior, and a sophomore in 2017. Chiles, Bolles, and 4A champion Steinbrenner round out the top five. Take a look at the top 25 as well as a link to the complete list. Where do you and your team rank?
Grace Blair led the Oak Hall Eagles back to the top of the podium after a 4th place team finish last year. Blair picked up individual honors as well to win her first state title. On the boy's side Mt. Dora Christian Academy's Gabriel Curtis won and helped the Bulldogs place second as a team behind Westminster Academy who won for the first time in over three decades. Andy Warrener recaps all of the 1A races.
Grace Blair of Oak Hall was third at last year's Cross Country Finals and the Eagles finished 4th. It marked the first time in a long time that Coach McTureous' program failed to make the podium. Is 2016 the year Blair and the rest of the girls win another title? Will Chase Hyland of the Pine School end his high school career with a championship? We answer these questions and more in our 1A preview.
The Friday night lights aren't just reserved for football as over 40 teams will head to Halpatiokee Regional Park in Stuart for the Martin County Under The Lights Invitational. The event will feature eight races with the middle school athletes starting at 5:30 p.m. and the elite races going off at 9:00 p.m. We used our virtual meet feature to see how the high school races will play out! Donald Lamb and South Florida correspondent Eddie Romero of Flrunners.com will be on-site with LIVE updates photos, race videos, interviews, recaps, results, and much more!
We've checked out the top individuals, the top teams, and now we go one step further breaking down all four classes by region. Utilizing our virtual meet feature. If you haven't used this tool yet it's great to get an idea of who is running in each meet, your competition, and where you and your team stack up. Check out our region by region virtual meets for both boys and girls. We feature the top twenty-five individuals and top five teams, but you can see the complete list. Note: This list does not include freshman or transfers, but you have the ability to customize your own virtual meet!
The Circle Christian girls finished as the 1A state champions and return five of their top seven from last year. We caught up with head coach Mark Caulfield to preview the 2016 team. Check out the scouting report.
The Oak Hall girls have been a podium mainstay of the 1A Cross Country Finals the past few years, but finished fourth in 2015 after winning the 1A Region 2 Championship. The Eagles are coming off a state title in track and have one of the most experienced squads in 1A. However, this year might be one of the closest team battles with Westminster Christian, Oak Hall, and Maclay separated by 5 points, and defending state champion Circle Christian returning five of their top seven.
Who do you think peaked their team the best? Vote below among all of the championship winning coaches of this past season for Flrunners Girls XC Coach of the Year Award! Voting will close on Sunday, December 13th at 11:59 PM.
After a brief stint from 2009-2010 coach Mark Caulfield was back at the helm for Circle Christian the past two seasons. In 2015, he guided the Centurion girls to their first ever cross country state championship, when they hoisted the 1A team trophy. We caught up with Caulfield to talk about his outlook on the team and the 2015 season.
The 2015 Cross Country Finals was one of the best ever at the ARP. On the individual side we saw eight runners who won their first ever state titles in the sport while three teams repeated as champions.Which performances were most impressive? Vote in our individual and team polls below and let us know what you decide!
It was a day of firsts in class 1A as individuals Tucker Hindle of Boca Raton Christian and Hannah Brookover won their first championships. On the team side the Circle Christian girls and Father Lopez made history as well.
The culmination of the Florida cross country season will take place Saturday November 7th at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee with state championship titles for both individuals and teams on the line. Leading up to the meet we will preview each classification with in-depth analysis as well as by seeing how our virtual meets think the races will play out. We start with the smallest classification 1A who will compete in the 5th (9:10 a.m.) and 7th (10 a.m.) races of the morning.
Regional week! We take a look at each class region by regional with our meet previews and virtual meets. Although, 1A is the smallest classification in Florida, that doesn't mean it lacks talent! Where do you and your team stack up against the competition? Find out.
The highlight of the 2015 Katie Caples Invitational will be the girls and boys elite races held under the lights Saturday at Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville. Take a look at our virtual meet to see which individuals and teams have the best shot at winning!
The 2015 Deland Invitational promises to be one of the best in the meet's history with over 20 teams including the Winter Park girls. We will have on-site coverage including photos, results, and a recap of all the action!
A depleted roster for Holy Trinity means the Tigers will not win their 9th team title in school history and continue a long tradition of podium finishes. See our top ten boys cross country teams in 1A based on 2014 season bests.
Day one of the flrunners.com Invitational 15 kicks off with our JV Blue girls race at 3:20. The small school and large school girls race will come next followed by the boys small school and large school races. The day will conclude with the college men and women. Here is a taste of what to expect from the small school and large school races.
Circle Christian's Denae Chapman said her goodbyes to classmates, teammates, and friends this week. On June 3, the distance standout will move with her family to the Dallas suburb of Southlake and attend Texas distance running power South Carroll High School. Her father, Dr. Tim Chapman, who also served as a coach for Circle Christian recently received a job opportunity by his Texas family that he rarely gets to see. It also gives the family an opportunity to be closer to Denae's older sister who is attending Abiliene Christian University. The sophomore says she will miss the Sunshine State and the memories she has made over the years.
Santa Fe College was the host of the 1A Region 2 Championships. After all was said and done, Britney Olinger and the Oak Hall took home individual and team honors. Troy Clark, the lone entry from Mount Dora Bible bested the field to finish first in 16:07.00. The Geneva School overcame some disqualifications and still managed to win the team competition.
Circle Christian boys cross country team is looking to make the podium in 2012 after a fourth place finish in 2011. Holy Trinity looks to be the team to beat in 1A, but the Centaurions could sneak into second. Coach Tim Chapman says it is their largest team ever with a lot of new talent coming in and a very strong summer of training which involved a team trip to Beech Mountain for a week of bonding and training. The group is led by senior Jordan Foster.
Bryce Seymour is one of the top female cross country runners in Central Florida. After finishing 13th at the 4A state meet for Hagerty High School, Seymour has transferred to 1A Circle Christian for her junior year. So far in 2011 she has competed in two meets, finishing first and second respectively. See how she prepared in the summer, why she made the move to Circle Christian, and her goals for the upcoming season in this Cross Country Q&A.
Bryan College added two solid student-athletes to the 2009-2010 recruiting class. Local standout Alex Stephens of Cleveland High committed to the Lions, while Orlando based senior Jason McLeod of Circle Christian School chose to compete for Bryan as well.