We recapped all 16 regions so you can stay in the know on the top storylines from this past week. Here are the recaps and takeaways from all the FHSAA 1A regional meets.
Articles with Palmer Trinity School
With 64 districts jam packed into one week at different times of the week, we stay glued to social media for all of your live updates! We will be updating this page with district recaps.
Take a look at the fastest teams heading into all 64 district championship meets to be held this week in Florida.
With 7 days till the cross country season officially begins, here is the scouting report for the FHSAA 1A boys.
Eddie Romero recaps the 1A Region 4 Championship from Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek.
We preview all of the action from the South Florida triple regional at Tradewinds Park.
We preview all the action and see how our virtual meet has both the girls and boys individual and team battles playing out.
We've checked out the top individuals, the top teams, and now we go one step further breaking down all four classes by region. Utilizing our virtual meet feature. If you haven't used this tool yet it's great to get an idea of who is running in each meet, your competition, and where you and your team stack up. Check out our region by region virtual meets for both boys and girls. We feature the top twenty-five individuals and top five teams, but you can see the complete list. Note: This list does not include freshman or transfers, but you have the ability to customize your own virtual meet!
The Maclay boys finished second in 2015 by fourteen points to Father Lopez. The Marauders return four of their top seven including a trio of James McClure, Jake Mazziotta, and Clay Milford who have the potential to finish in the top ten overall. Coach Droze knows all about winning and tradition and will face a stiff test from Bishop Snyder. We rank the top 10 boys teams in 1A.
TWENTY ONE team points tallied at The Florida State High School Cross Country Championships! A FHSAA record for the fewest team points scored in a state meet since the inception of the “Fall Only” Cross Country Championship in 1954. On the morning of November 18, 1986, when Palmer’s fifth runner crossed the finish line in 7th place, it all came into focus for the coach of this “off the wall seven”, a team which undeniably must be considered one of the most unusual championship teams ever.