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Check out all the state meet and NXN Regional action going down this weekend.
Eddie Romero recaps 2A Region 4 from Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek.
We preview all the action and see how our virtual meet has both the girls and boys individual and team battles playing out.
We breakdown the girls and boys individual and team battles at the 305 Classic.
Hurricane Irma might have ruined the meet schedule for Key West's Nicole Matysik, but the junior didn't let it get in the way of her training.
We caught up with her just days before the storm was scheduled to make landfall in keys to talk about mixing in training with hurricane prep.
Key West junior Nicole Matysik goes back to her heritage and logs summer miles in Poland.
Teri Bernhardt-Rodriguez was on-site at Larry & Penny Thompson Park in Miami for the 2A District 16 Championship. The Key West boys made the long trip north and came away with the team title. Check out this team photo and over 300 others.
Over two dozen teams traveled to Larry and Penny Thompson Park in Miami for the 305 Classic. Our South Florida correspondent Eddie Romero was on-site and captured all the race video and interviews from the afternoon section that included wins by Key West's Nicole Matysik and Cavan Wilson of Coral Gables.
There aren't a ton of hills or trails in the nation's southern most point of Key West, Florida, the home of Nicole Matysik. That's not stopping the Conchs' sophomore, who has a personal best of 18:27.06 and was 35th at the Cross Country Finals, from putting in quality miles and preparing for the upcoming cross country season. Over the course of the year, Matysik will be sharing her training log as well as her journey to the state meet in November.
Key West freshman Nicole Matysik isn't afraid of a little competition. Matysik's 18:54.87 at the Pine Crest Invitational is the second fastest of any freshman in Florida behind only Mt. Dora Bible's Rebecca Clark. We caught up with Matysik to talk about the 2015 season and her preparation for the Flrunners.com Invitational 16 Race of Champions.
We asked you the running community who had the best performance of the week and the votes are in! Congrats to Key West freshman Nicole Matysik and Belen Jesuit sophomore Joshua Collins on winning their respective races and starting the 2015 season off on the right foot!
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Quite a few impressive marks came out of Reno, Nevada at this past weekend\'s Pole Vault Summit. We appologize to any athletes we missed in our initial report.