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Our virtual meet predicts both the girls and boys individual and team battles.
We rank the top girls and boys teams in 2A. Where do you and your squad stack up?
We breakdown the girls and boys individuals and team battles at the Buffalo Invitational.
The Lake Highland boys were 10th at last year's 1A Cross Country Finals and return a large chunk of that team. Coach Rudy Chihak gives us the Scouting Report on the 2017 Highlander boys cross country team.
The Trinity Prep Saints have won the last three 2A cross country state championships and are the favorites for number four in 2016. Coach Vinal's teams have always been known for their tight pack running and that will be a key as well this fall with the 1-5 split at 1:04.60 and likely to drop significantly by November. Coach Butler's Satellite squad is strong as well as the Bolles boys and shouldn't be left out of the title talk. We take a look at the top boys teams in 2A.
The 2015-2016 school year has provided some great highlights in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. In the coming weeks many of our seniors will head out to start their college careers both athletically and academically. We wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature and say thank you for your support over the years.
Bolles and Pine Crest have battled in the 2A team race the last three years with the Bulldogs coming out victorious in every meeting. Panther's new addition Alyssa Pujals hopes to be the piece of the puzzle that changes that. Check out the top girls teams in 2A.
Darrell Laxton was on-site at the Trinity Prep Home Meet and took over 450 photos of all the action!
Albert Wieringa was on-site at the Lake Highland Track & Field Elite Classic and took nearly 200 photos of the day's action! Check out all the awesome images including this one of the host Highlanders with the American flag waving in the background!
Jeremy Danzie was logging the miles as well at Apalachee Regional Park covering the starts, back in the woods, and everywhere else he could get. Check out over 2,600 photos including this one of Boys Select champion Tyler Skidelsky of Lake Highland Prep who won by the narrowest of margins!
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.
Each stride takes Lake Highland Prep's Rachel Stockton further from the pain and closer to a return to the track. (via Orlando Sentinel)
Jones senior and University of Miami freshman was dominant in the hurdles sweeping both the 100 and 300m events. Monte Seabrook of Newberry equaled that feat winning the boys 110 and 300m hurdles. Pasco sophomore Alfreda Steele picked up a very impressive win in the 100m ahead of Lake Highland's Deanna Hill, but HIll came back to edge Steele in the 200. North Marion sophomore Vincent Vaughns swept both sprints on the boys side.
Deanna and Teahna. Teahna and Deanna. Does the order matter? Not when Lake Highland senior Deanna Hill and First Academy junior Teahna Daniels are in the same race. Best friends are just that way. (via Orlando Sentinel)
Lake Highland Prep senior Deanna Hill signed with the University of Southern California. We were fortunate enough to attend her signing day ceremony with family and friends. See all the action, what her parents had to say in their opening remarks, Deanna's thoughts on being a Trojan, and what friend and class of 2015 star Teahna Daniels thought of the festivities.
The college decision is in for Lake Highland sprinter Deanna Hill. Hill who won the 100 meter state championships and finished second in the 200 will head out west and run for the University of Southern California Trojans. See what factored into her decision and what she is looking forward to the most.
Although Orlando’s Aloma Ave. (426) can be a nightmare to drive on, it does lead to an occasional surprise—if you know what to look for. Trinity Prep Drive is one of them.
Lake Highland Prep junior Deanna Hill takes us a long for one of her workouts as she prepares for the Brooks PR Invitational and the start of the 2013 outdoor season. The power and speed workout focuses on mobility with hurdle excersises, executing explosivness in pulling the sleigh, as well as flying 30's to work on form, 60 meter sprints out of the blocks, and curve work. Hill finished second at state in the 100 and third in the 200 last year. She has personal best times of 11.59 and 23.83 for those events.
Adair Lyden and Jean Carlos Peralta continued their fantastic freshman seasons by adding district champion to their resuemes. Lyden bested the field by over 90 seconds while Peralta went 1-2 with teammate George Velez. Lake Highland girls and Lake Nona boys were team champions. Raul Ramirez was on-site with some outstanding photos.
The best advice Lake Highland's Deanna Hill has ever been given was to not worry about what other girls were doing in their lanes, but to focus on her race, and success will come. The soon-to-be sophomore has carried that mantra onto the track and become more serious about the sport by training year round.
In an unusual pre-season three miler with a pizza party and dance after, Disney held its first Preseason Jamboree tonight. It was a great race and gave our first really solid look at many Orlando Metro teams this year. Winter Park and Lyman boys both looked very solid with team averages under 17 minutes (remember though this is a three mile race), with WP edging ahead--Nick Posada was also the top high school boy. Lake Highland's ladies looked pretty dominant with an average just north of 20:30 and Jess Prendergast leading the way for them as the top high school girl. Complete results are now posted and performances in the database.
This year's Mike Gibson Lake Mary Summertime Run was run in a very unique format. They started each division in two waves that were three minutes apart from each other: the tortise and the hare. The idea is that the second wave (tortise) tries to catch the first wave (hare) and of course the hares try not to be caught! "Fun and different" was the general review! Keep reading...