The 32nd Annual Spanish River Invitational kicked off on Saturday morning with a few changes to the usual routine, but the tradition of one of the biggest and longest standing South Florida competitions continued successfully...
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Teri Bernhardt-Rodriguez was on hand for all of the action at the 32nd Annual Spanish River Invitational. Check out her album which features over 1,000 photos from all six race divisions and awards presentations! (via MileSplit)
Belen Jesuit come in at number one on our top ten teams regardless of class. The Wolverines have proven why they are a powerhouse program (seven state titles in eight years) year in and year out winning their first four meets of the season with relative ease. They took home the team trophy at the Estero DDD Invitational, Pine Crest Cross Country Invitational, Miami-Dade County Youth Fair, and recently at the UF Mt. Dew Invitational where the squad posted a 16:15 team average on a quick Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville. Senior Ryan Rodriguez is the team's number one runner and the leader of a squad that relies on a bevy of juniors.
Pembroke Pines boys and South Florida Heat girls showed off strong front threes on way toward victory at Mills Pond Park.
No sooner had Pines Charter sophomore Andrew Iglesias finished eighth at the FHSAA Class 3A State Finals at Little Everglades Ranch in Dade City on Saturday did Jaguars coach Joe Hazera’s cell phone start to light up. (via The Miami Herald)
Pembroke Pines Charter sophomore Andrew Iglesias is making a name for himself in South Florida. Iglesias ran a person best time of 15:39.79 to finish tenth in the boys elite race at the Pre-State Invitational and follows it up with his second sub 16 minute performance and a win at the BCAA Championship. Fort Walton Beach junior Ivy Chastain has quickly emerged as one of the top runners in the Panhandle after placing fourth at the Panhandle Championships with a time of 18:12.58. Although tiny in stature, her coach believes come November she will be on the podium at the state meet.