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Hertenstein-Delay Duel, Steinbrenner Girls Take Down Winter Park, STA Raiders Defend 4A Title Andy Warrener Nov 6, 2016

Bailey Hertenstein and Kayley Delay came into the 4A Cross Country Finals with the top two times regardless of class. In the end it was Hertenstein who came away with her second straight title. On the team front, Steinbrenner ended a two year run by Winter Park at the top of the podium. Matt Doyle of Winter Springs won his first state title to end his senior cross country season, while St. Thomas Aquinas took their third team trophy in four years. Andy Warrener recaps the class 4A meet.

4A State Meet Preview: WP Girls, STA Boys Sure Bets, Boys Ind. Title Up For Grabs Todd Grasley Nov 3, 2016

In the state's largest classification 4A, three of the four state champion individuals and teams from 2015 have a good chance to repeat in 2016. The easiest perhaps is in the team races where the Winter Park girls are looking for their third straight while the St. Thomas Aquinas boys are favorites to go back to back with their core nucleus. Bailey "Hurricane" Hertenstein is the reigning girls champion, is ranked number one, and has lost one race in her whole career as a junior. On the boy's side the title is up for grabs with a group of runners all relatively close in time and skill. We take an in-depth look at the 4A meet.

4A-2 Recap: Riverview's Hertenstein, Hendrix Go 1-2, Lakewood Ranch Boys Edge Newsome By 4 Todd Grasley Oct 29, 2016

Bailey Hertenstein smashed the Holloway Park course record in a time of 18:13.83 with freshman teammate in second place with a time of 18:58.22. On the boy's side it came down to a sprint to the finish with Jordan Gonzalez of Sarasota giving the Sailors a regional champion for the second straight year. Steinbrenner girls dominated with 46 pts. while the Lakewood Ranch boys edged out Newsome by four points 85 to 89. Andy Warrener recaps all the action from 4A Region 2.

4A Region By Region Virtual Meet/Preview: McFetridge Vs Bell In 4A-1, 4A-2 Girls Field Loaded Todd Grasley Oct 27, 2016

It's regionals week! 4A, Florida's largest cross country classification, will kick off the road to state at the regional level as athletes head to South Florida on Thursday for 4A Region 4. We preview all four regionals in addition to seeing how our virtual meets see things playing out.  It's going to be a crazy ride as the top individuals and teams hope to advance to Tallahassee for the Cross Country Finals on November 5th.

Girls XC Team Scores: Niceville, Pine Crest, Two Of Top Programs In State Todd Grasley Oct 25, 2016

The Niceville girls are undefeated this season in competition, while Pine Crest's lone loss came against our third best team, Winter Park, and without one of their top runners Simone Vreeland. Unfortunately for fans across the state, two of the top squads will not face off as the Eagles are in 3A and the Panthers in 2A. Our XC team scores show an all classes battle would give Niceville a three point advantage. 

Hillsborough County Preview: Can Hurricane Hertenstein Be Stopped, Battled Of Saucony FLO 50 Girls & Boys Teams Todd Grasley Oct 13, 2016

Over three dozen teams will head to Al Lopez Park in Tampa for the site of the Hillsborough County Championships. County pride is on the line as is an undefeated win streak for Riverview's Bailey Hertenstein, and a battle of four girls teams ranked in our latest Flo 50 rankings. On the boy's side Haftom Fliegelman of Durant looks to break 16 minutes and improve on his 4th place showing from 2015 while Steinbrenner and Newsome duke it out for the team title. We preview all the action and don't forget to stay tuned to flrunners.com for race videos, interviews, photos, recaps, and results of this meet.

Newsome Sweeps, Fliegelman & Hertenstein Show Out At East Hillsborough Invitational Todd Grasley Aug 22, 2016

Preseason Jamborees are over and the regular season for cross country is finally here. Plant City High School played host to one of the first meets on the calendar, the East Hillsborough Invitational, and the theme was dominating performances. Bailey Hertenstein and Haftom Fliegelman continued where they left off in 2015, earning their first wins of the season, while both the Newsome girls and boys won team titles.

4A Girls Team Rankings: Winter Park Locked & Loaded For Third Straight Todd Grasley Aug 5, 2016

Winter Park claimed the last two 4A crowns and lose only two of their seven athletes from that championship squad. Rafaella Gibbons, an NXN qualifier, and 2014 individual state champion, will lead the Wildcats that have a team average under 19 minutes and will benefit from Dr. Phillips' transfer Charis Ivey. Sarasota and Wharton who finished second and third last year will battle for that second podium spot. We look at the top ten teams in the state's largest classification. 

4A Boys Team Rankings: St. Thomas Aquinas Sizzling 21s 1-5 Split Squanders Competition Todd Grasley Aug 5, 2016

Of all the classifications nobody is favored to win more than the boys of St. Thomas Aquinas. The 2015 4A state champions return five of their top seven and have an incredible 1-5 split of 21.89s! The real battle will be for second place where Lakewood Ranch, North Port, Sarasota, and Newsome all have a shot to make the podium and will rely on the back end of their line up to get there. We take a look at the top ten boys teams in 4A.

4A Region 2 Meet Preview: Bradtmueller, Hertenstein Favorites Heading To Holloway Park Isabel Hanewicz Oct 29, 2015

Held on the tough Holloway Park Course, 4A-2 will be part of Friday morning's triple regional (1A-2, 3A-3 and 4A-2) hosted by Tampa Bay HEAT. We take a look at both the girls and boys individual and team battles and see how our database thinks the meet will play out in our virtual meet feature. Also, remember to stay tuned to flrunners.com for on-site coverage, results, and a recap of all the action!

Newsome Wolves Make It A Four-Team Sweep At Don Bishop Invitational Andy Warrener Oct 3, 2015

The 31-team Don Bishop Invite at Brandon High School ran in the shadow of the FSU Pre-State meet in Tallahassee and on the heels of the Flrunners Invite in Titusville the week before. Yet, even as teams are gathering themselves for the county championship and state series, Saturday's meet at Brandon had several notable performances.

Seffner Christian Virtual Meet/Preview Todd Grasley Sep 11, 2015

The Seffner Christian Invitational will have a new home in 2015 after moving from Sydney Dover Trails to Holloway Park in Lakeland. With the change of venue comes a record number of OVER SIXTY teams for Saturday. We preview all the action and take a look at both the girls and boys virtual meet. Stay tuned to flrunners.com for on-site coverage of the meet including ALL race footage, interviews, thousands of photos, results, and a recap from one of our featured meets of the week!

Don Bishop Invitational Virtual Meet Todd Grasley Oct 9, 2014

Brandon High School will play host to over two dozen teams, many from the Hillsborough County area, for the Don Bishop Invitational. Newsome senior Emily Zwijacz has finished in the top four in three of her four meets and was 30th at the UF Mt. Dew Invitational with a time of 19:46.32. Look for Newsome and a solid Wharton team to battle it out for the team championship. On the boy's side Noah Perkins of Seffner Christian is coming off a win in the invitational race at the flrunners.com Invitational race and will face off against Robinson's Jack Rogers who has a nearly identical season best. On the team front, Newsome will go for the sweep, but have Steinbrenner and Robinson standing in their way. Flrunners.com will be on-site with photo coverage by Jeff Adams, plus results, and a recap of all the action!

North Port XC Invitational Virtual Meet Todd Grasley Sep 19, 2014

North Port High School will host one of the largest meets this weekend as teams from across the state and southwest Florida compete in the North Port XC Invitational. The event which had 52 teams entered this year will up the ante with 60 squads toeing the line throughout the course of the morning. The girls elite race will start at 7:30 a.m. followed by the boys, then girls and boys invitational and girls and boys junior varsity races. Flrunners.com will be on-site with coverage including race video, interviews, photos, and a complete recap of all the action. Scout the competition and check out a virtual meet for the elite races that includes the top 25 individuals and top ten teams or click on the complete list to view all the entrants! 

Brookover, Perkins Conquer At Crusader Gallop 5k Andy Holmes Aug 16, 2014

This year's Crusader Gallop 5k was once again held at Sydney Dover Trails. Always known as a tough course this year was no different. This year there were even more challenges to the course. There have been wild boar tear up a good bit of the starting field so runners had to maneuver through a narrow start. Runners this year had to navigate up a 150 meter long hill, once at the start and again just before the 2 mile mark. The back part of the course a 1k loop proved most difficult. After heavy rains most of the day Friday there were many parts of that section under water or just down right muddy. The course is hill, sandy in parts and uneven.

Warriors and Wolves Topple County Towers Andy Warrener Apr 2, 2014

No one besides Plant, Hillsborough and Wharton has won the Vernon Khorn Hillsborough County track championships, boys or girls, for the last three years. Tuesday at Jefferson ushered in a changing of the guard as the Steinbrenner girls comfortably out-paced the field with 91.5 to second-place Wharton with 78. Freedom girls were third with 61.

Newsome Coach Orlando Greene: From Caribbean To Olympian Scarlett Fox Oct 22, 2012

  At the gateway between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, you will find the small island of Barbados. The island nation is home to a little over 250,000 people, around a third of whom live in and around the capital of Bridgetown. While pockets of poverty exist today, the country has enjoyed growth over the past three decades fueled by tourism, banking, and manufacturing. As a child, Newsome coach Orlando Greene remembers the rural life he enjoyed there. Each day the former Olympian would run three or four miles to school with his fellow classmates, kicking a soccer ball along the way or simply racing.