Eddie Romero recaps 2A Region 4 from Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek.
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The Race of Champions is the top event at Flrunners.com Invitational 17, but don't count out the invitational events which will split both the male and female genders of the ROC and showcase some of the top talent in the state of Florida duking it out. Last year's race saw four athletes run under 17 minutes with UNC commit Luke Peterson of Shorecrest Prep winning in 16:26.00. We preview all the team and individual action.
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.
Former Cocoa Beach runner Cory Sayyeau is enjoying the college experience at Embry Riddle. Back home for the holidays, Sayyeau had a chance to catch up with one of his best friends Costa Stathis who attends UNF. The two bonded over what else, but a run and captured the action on Cory's Go Pro camera like the good old times.
Cocoa Beach senior Cory Sayyeau is back with another video blog. See what Sayyeau and teammate Costa Stathis are doing to prepare for the regional meet in this pre-regional workout.
Cocoa Beach senior Cory Sayyeau has been one of the top distance runners on the Space Coast. As a junior he placed 10th at the 2A Cross Country Finals. Recently, he has announced where he will run for the next four years.
Cocoa Beach seniors Costa Stathis and Cory Sayyeau are gearing up for the final track and field season. The two friends and teammates take us along on their Saturday seven mile bridge run.
Cocoa Beach senior Cory Sayyeau can't get enough of his Go Pro Camera. This Christmas he got a pole to go with it to make it easier to film those awesome workout videos. So what did he do? He invited teammate Costa Stathis along for an off-season six miler and the two decided to take the flrunners audience along for the run.
Cocoa Beach senior Cory Sayyeau finished out his cross country career by competing at the Foot Locker South Championships. As he has in prior week's Cory takes us along for the journey in this great video blog, an encore to the regular season! Special thanks to Cory and the rest of our bloggers this cross country season. We definitely enjoyed them!
Cory Sayyeau ran in his last state meet Saturday. The Cocoa Beach finished 102nd after suffering a setback early in the race. See what Cory has to say about the meet in his video blog, as well as, a great season in review video. Cory you are one heck of a kid and runner. Thanks for all your hard work this season and letting our flrunners audience experience it with you!
Dylan Luke Taylor isn't your typical high school cross-country runner, He in fact used to be a pro skate boarder before he decided to hang up the board and start on the long run.
Blogger extraordinaire Cory Sayyeau takes it to another level once again with his handy Go Pro camera for his second video blog.
Cocoa Beach senior Costa Stathis and Plantation American Heritage eighth grader Daesha Rogers are this week's Warrior of the Week winners. Stathis won the Cape Coast Conference Championship on Monday and followed it up with a district runner-up finish just three days later. After running only four meets in the regular season, Rogers turned it into high gear beating Pine Crest freshman standout Julia Montgomery in consecutive weeks at districts and regionals.
Cocoa Beach senior Cory Sayyeau has been cranking out some awesome blogs throughout the course of this cross country season. This week Cory decided to kick his game up a few notches and unleash the Go Pro camera. In this video Cory takes us on a journey as he and his team prepare for the district championship meet. You've got to check this out. Awesome stuff and great job by Cory!
Hey everyone, glad to be writing again from the week off. Well Hurricane Sandy pretty much spoiled having Cape Coast Conference Saturday morning but we were able to have it Monday after school. Coming into the race we definitely had a lot of confidence that we would defend our title from last year.
After the winner of the girls’ varsity race of the Cape Coast Conference Cross Country Championships crossed the finish line Monday afternoon at Cocoa High, an onlooker shook her head and said to another, “Who is she? Where did she come from?” (via www.floridatoday.com)
Cocoa Beach senior Cory Sayyeau breaks down the week that was in a segment we like to call In His Own Words.
Well this has become a habit writing about how poorly I've been doing! The one thing I can take out of it is that I"m not giving up and I still have faith in myself to have a chance at state.
Hey flrunners. First off, congrats on hosting another amazing meet this year. This week what can I say our team is very odd when it comes to trying to run everyone well at the same time.
Everyone calls it a mud fest and that’s putting it mildly. At the Fleet Feet Invitational at South Fork, I cant even explain the amount of water and mud on the course! Coming into the race, this week has been a solid week of training and the team is still working on closing the gaps. We have an eighth grader Sam Addington who has been putting in so much effort in practice and it is paying off a great deal for us. Heading into the race we looked to bring everyone closer together.
No big meet or far away trip this week, just a local fun meet. This week going into the race we knew our chances of performing really well against the rest of the local competition was good. Even though we were missing two of our top five we still had the same mind set to win the meet.
Hey everyone, I’m sure Flrunners page views have sky rocketed after this first week of the cross-country season! Well, I started my senior season at the Wickham Park Jamboree last weekend running 16:31 and then Katie Caples happened.
Hey everyone, back again writing and just before the season kicks off. The past few weeks have been a little shaky for us. Since we train in the afternoon we’ve been getting rained out so many times. Those days are usually our work-out days in which I already ran in the morningso I just do another six miles or so on my own since there is no practice. Due to that, leading up to the Wickham Park Jamboree we didn’t have the best couple weeks.
The Cocoa Beach boys cross country team just missed the top three in 2011. The squad finished 17 points behind Berkeley Prep to finish fourth. The Minutemen return five of their top seven runners from last year including senior Cory Sayyeau.
Hello, Florida Runners! The name's Cory Sayyeau. I'm out of Cocoa Beach, and I'll be giving you guys the inside scoop throughout the season about what happens on the Space Coast side of Florida.
It was a great 2011-2012 in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
Cocoa Beach senior Shelby Davidson won a state championship in cross country and followed it up with one more state title in track and field. Davidson won the 3200 meters at the 2A State Finals. In addition to being a standout on the track and cross country course, she is also a stellar performer in the classroom, and in the community. For this she was recently awarded two scholarships.
Nease junior Ceolamar Ways and Cocoa Beach senior Shelby Davidson are this week's Warrior of the Week. Ways finished with three new personal bests in the 100, 400, and long jump at the Bolles Bulldog Classic. He won the 400 and finished second in the 100 and long jump. Davidson ran an impressive 10:40.03 for two miles at New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City. The senior placed ninth which was the highest finish of any Florida girl in any event.
Cocoa Beach senior Shelby Davidson put an end to her recruitment when she announced she would be attending the University of Florida. Shelby is the second Davidson to become a Gator joining brother Tyler who is currently a sophomore. We had the chance to talk to Shelby shortly after she made her decision about her choice, as well as what she'll remember the most from her high school career.
Affable, amiable and approachable, Shelby Davidson shows another side when she steps to the starting line of a cross country race.“Everything changes,” said the Cocoa Beach Junior/Senior High senior who won the state Class 2A championship on Nov. 19.(via FLORIDA TODAY)
Lyman senior Brian Anderson won his first 5K ever at the Seminole Athletic Conference Championships. His time of 16:02.52 was a new person best nearly six seconds better than his previous PR. Cocoa Beach senior Shelby Davidson continues to put up great performances. She won her second consecutive Cape Coast Conference Championship beating out Melbourne's Vanessa Valentine by over sixteen seconds in a time of 17:38.62.
For most of their time on the cross country course at Chain of Lakes Park on Saturday morning, Taylor Hickey of Rockledge and Blake Robison of Melbourne engaged in a duel for the Cape Coast Conference boys title, and Hickey raced Blake to the finish line. (via FLORIDA TODAY)
We see Estero and Lakewood Ranch TIED through five runners, with Estero coming out on top on #6. There are a lot of VERY strong looking teams coming back this year.
Cocoa Beach senior Shelby Davidson finished as the 2A Cross Country runner-up last year and led her team to a third place finish. This year she has her eyes set on not an individual title but a team championship as well. See what she has been doing to prepare for the upcoming season, her ideal course, what kind of gear you can find her in, and much more in this cross country Q&A.
The 2010 cross country season is now "officially" underway with the first preseason meet results entered. And Shelby Davidson of Cocoa Beach, sister of Tyler Davidson, didn't waste any time giving us something to be excited about! In her first junior outing she crushed her own pervious PR of 19:35 by over a minute with an 18:28 course record. Though no team scores were kept, Davidson lead an impressive victory for the Cocoa Beach girls. On the guy's side it was Timber Creek going 1-2-3 with Nathan Nichols up front in 17:00. Complete results are now poted.
Athletes from across the country made it official today as they signed their letters of intent. Keep checking back as we continue to add photos of athletes. Send your photos!
Zita Magloire of Chiles and Rolf Steier of Berkley Prep win their respective elite races in Leto's 2001 Prestate Meet at Ed Radice Park, Tampa.