Eddie Romero recaps 2A Region 4 from Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek.
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The Fleet Feet Invitational at South Fork High School is one of the larger invitationals this weekend.
Check out the top nine performances from the first day of action from the Pepsi Florida Relays in Gainesville
If you want to be the best you have to beat the best. With that being said all roads run through Miami Northwestern. The Lady Bulls have won eight consecutive state championships and are an easy favorite to win number nine in May. We take a look at the top 25 teams regardless of class as we head into the 2017 season.
The Bolles girls are back to defend their 2016 2A track and field state championship and the Bulldogs don't lack depth in any event. Caitlin Collier swept the distance events last year and returns for her junior year along side her cross country teammates that finished as the 2A runner-up. Combine that with several strong sprinters and hurdler and middle school pole vault state record holder Laine Roberts, they will be hard to stop.
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.
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.
The Bolles girls (seen here after their district championship win) have 2A's top distance runner in Caitlin Collier and a team average time of 18:53.86. The Bulldogs are the favorite to win their fifth straight title and 11th in program history, which would surpass Plant as the most in state history. Pine Crest, who has been by Bolles side on the podium as the runner-up over the past few season look to be headed for that same feat in 2016. We take a look at the top 2A girls teams this fall.
Ransom Everglades senior Lauren Archer ran the fastest 800m time of the week, 2:12.80, to win the 2016 FSU Relays and set a new meet record in the process. We merged the results from EVERY meet across the state to show you the top 25 in EVERY event and who won the week!
Watch Ransom Everglades junior Debbie Ajagbe unleashes a monster US#1 throw of 157'10 in the discus at the Belen Jesuit Home Meet.
The Miami Northwestern girls are looking for their EIGHTH STRAIGHT state title and headline the Super 25 girls team scores which has four South Florida teams in the top four spots. Where does your squad rank?
The Bolles girls are looking for their second 2A state title in three years. The Bulldogs were runner-up in 2015 behind Hallandale and won it all in 2014. No question the strength of Coach Dearing's squad is the distance events. The cross country state champions will be guided by Tony Ryan and rack up a slew of points while Tiera Cleveland is a triple threat in the 100,200, and 400. Defending champion Hallandale's loss of Kimani Rushing to early enrollment at the University of Florida opens up the door for a handful of teams to compete for the runner-up spot. We rank EVERY team.
Ransom Everglades senior Lauren Archer is one of the most versatile distance runners in the state owning personal bests of 2:12.20 (800m), 5:00.33 (1,600m), and 18:34.00 (5K). Archer owns four top five finishes in the 800m at state, two top five finishes in the 1,600m, and has placed in the top 20 five times at the Cross Country Finals. Recently, she announced her college commitment to attend Dartmouth College of the Ivy League.
When Billy Convey competed back in 1982 the meet was sponsored by "Kinney". Convey who starred for Ransom Everglades and went onto compete at the University of Virginia finished second in the regional and 16th at the national meet. He reflects on that race, how it kick started his recruiting, and what he's been up to in the year's since.
Julian Herrera gives us an inside look at the Ransom Everglades girls cross country team as they hit the pool for 200 yard swims followed by long paced repeats (slightly over a mile) in this Workout Wednesday!
Teri Bernhardt-Rodriguez was on-site at the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair HS Championship and captured over 800 photos of all the action including this picture of girls varsity winner Lauren Archer of Ransom Everglades!
Brandon Marquez competing unattached opened up with a state leading 15:48 while the Satellite boys & girls impressed at the Wickham Park Jamboree.
Ransom Everglades junior Beatriz Ruan was district, region and 2A Cross Country Finals runner-up in 2014 and brings with her the second fastest time of any returner in her class, an 18:21.00 from the Holy Trinity Fall Classic. Learn more about Ruaz on and off the cross country course in this spotlight feature!
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.
Trinity Prep looks for their third straight 2A Cross Country Finals team title in 2015 while Satellite could benefit from some incoming transfers. Take a look at the top boys teams in 2A!
Take a look at the top 100 fastest returning girls cross country runners for the 2A classification in the state of Florida. Note: This list does account for incoming freshman and transfers.
Ransom Everglades junior Lauren Archer is one of the front runners for both the 800 and 1,600m titles after finishing third and fourth respectively at the 2014 state championship. Check out the top individuals and tops in class 2A and how the meet is predicted to play out according to our virtual meet!
The top runners in the state of Florida will be in Tallahassee this weekend for the 2015 FSU Relays. The two-day event will feature both high school and college competition.
The top teams in our girls Super 25 reside in South Florida with Miami Northwestern, Southridge, and Ransom Everglades in Dade County and Hallandale, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Northeast in neighboring Broward. Both counties have their championships this week so we could see some shifting next week. Check out the top 25 girls teams in the state!
Miami Northwestern is the top ranked team according to our girls Super 25 team rankings for the third straight week. The Lady Bulls posted 188 points to win the Hallandale Invitational over the host Chargers and Miami Southridge ranked number two and number four in our Super 25. Check out the complete list and see where your team ranks!
The ladies of Miami Northwestern are a South Florida powerhouse and at the 2015 Louie Bing Classic they went head to head with St. Thomas Aquinas, but it was no contest. The Bulls bulldozed the Raiders 182-124.5 in the team standings. They are the top team in our girls Super 25 Power Rankings.
Three dozen teams from south Florida and southwest Florida will head to Golden Gate Park in Naples for the Celtic Invitational/GCAC Championship. The question with conference meets and meets on the brink of the state series is who exactly will run. Check out our meet preiew and get the insight of who is in and who is out as well as how our virtual meet thinks this will play out!
Holy Trinity will play host to it's fall classic on campus this weekend and welcome over three dozen schools from around the state. After a strong showing at Pre-State, both of Coach Butler's squads look poised to bring home team titles in mid November, and should win very comfortably on Saturday. See how our virtual meet has this one playing out both on the individual and team front. Also, make sure to check out complete coverage from the meet including photos by Doug Carroll, results, and a complete recap of all the action!
South Florida's best headed to Larry and Penny Thompson Park for the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair. Lauren Archer of Ransom Everglades and Kurt Convey of Coral Reef came out with individual wins. Check out this photo of Lauren as well as 100's of others by Teri Bernhardt-Rodriguez!
Who are the best runners and teams in Dade County? That question will be answered when over forty teams and 500 high school athletes will compete at the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair Championship held at Larry and Penny Thompson Park in Miami. The event also features middle school junior varsity and varsity races which take place in the morning, with the high school runners starting at 3:30 p.m. Check out our virtual meet based on 2014 season bests as well as a complete schedule of all the events. Flrunners.com will be on-site with photos and a complete recap of the days events!
Five of the top six boys from the 2013 2A Cross Country Finals graduated leaving several guys looking for the championship. Gabriel Correa of Ransom Everglades was fifth last year and is the top returner with a time of 16:00.82. If Correa can win it all, he will join Bert Irigoyen (2011 and 2012) as well as Billy Convey (1980,1981,1982) in the line of Raider's champions. Joel Lacy and Urias Velasquez have run personal bests a hair off Correa's best. All three can go under 16 minutes.
It was a windy day at Mills Pond Park in Ft. Lauderdale, but the weather didn't stop two of the states best from going at it in the girls race and a close race in the boys division as well. Everyone was pumped for the region 2A-4 meet and ready to punch their ticket to the Cross Country Finals. The top fifteen individuals and top six teems advance to state next weekend in Tallahassee.
Connor Guest chronicles the 2011 Ransom Everglade's boys cross country team and their quest for a state championship. Connor is a junior and member of the school's junior varsity squad.
Ransom Everglades senior Bert Irigoyen won his second straight 2A State Championship and led his team the title as well. Dr. Phillips junior Bridget Blake also repeated as 4A State Champion.
Bert Irigoyen repeats as the 2A state champion and leads Ransom Everglades to the team title.
Ransom Everglades dominated the team standings led by senior Bert Irigoyen. Plantation American Heritage seventh grader Daesha Rogers and junior Rachelle Alexander finished 1-2 and gave their team the regional championship trophy.
"Hot pants." That's what Bert Irigoyen's fellow band members call him when he isn't putting up blazing times on the cross country course. The Ransom Everglades senior leads a sort of double life: state champion runner and the hardcore drummer.
Belen Jesuit pack a punch this season! Four of their top five return with plenty of firepower to fill in the gap and then some. Elliot Clemente will lead the way (likely for the entire state) with his 15:03 season best from last year, pacing Belen to a 15:58 team average. Colonial and Estero ring in at a somewhat distant but certainly not insurmountable #2 and #3 position in our computer rankings.
Jason has been looking for more South Florida XC coverage this season and due to the lack of interest I decided I would try to put a few articles together for everyone. And seeing as how I was without a computer last week I figured I would put together a 10-Day Recap of what’s been going on with cross country here in Miami-Dade County. (I really wanted to put together a nice write up of the GMAC Championship last week, so I’ll start off with that and lead into the various district championships from this past week). Now without further delay, here’s what’s been happening down south…
Belen Jesuit may be favored on paper, but a little reality check shows it's much closer. Tampa Jesuit may have its leader back afterall and give rise to the Tigers' title hopes to upset Belen. That is if Bishop Kenny doesn't upset them both! It's going to be a hot one!