flrunners.com Top 25 Girls Individual XC Rankings - Week 3

Regularly updated top 25 high school cross country team and individual rankings for the state of Florida.

Florida's top-ranked cross country runner Caroline Wells finally made her season debut this past Saturday at the Astronaut Invite comfortably winning in a state-leading 5K time of 17:53. There are still a few more notable stars waiting to kick off their 2021 XC season including 4 of the state's top 7 ranked runners in #2 Caroline Lehman, #3 Tatum David, #4 Mary Ellen Eudaly, and #7 Carly McNatt. Lehman, Eudaly, and McNatt all scheduled to run at North Port Invite on Saturday.

flrunners.com top 25 girls cross country individuals rankings for the state of Florida regardless of classifications after the first 3 weeks of the season. These rankings are done subjectively by site editor Brandon Miles based on season results. 

Please send all rankings feedback and comments to brandon.miles@flosports.tv.

Fastest Florida Girls XC Times

1. Caroline Wells (Winter Springs)

2. Caroline Lehman (Cambridge Christian)

3. Tatum David (IMG Academy)

4. Mary Ellen Eudaly (Cambridge Christian)

5. Layla Haynes (IMG Academy)

6. Eliana Black (Cambridge Christian)

7. Carly McNatt (IMG Academy)

8. Ava Povich (Evangelical Christian)

9. Jillian Candelino (Bolles)

10. Brooke Reif (Wharton)

11. Kate Drummond (Buchholz)

12. Amber Schulz (Timber Creek)

13. Anna Rupp (IMG Academy)

14. Penelope Sosa (Miami Coral Park)

15. Ashley Fitzgerald (American Heritage)

16. Haley Thornton (Palm Harbor University)

17. Madeleine Gear (Cambridge Christian)

18. Lily Henne (Montverde Academy)

19. Emma Hencock (St. Brendan)

20. Jais Ward (IMG Academy)

21. Megan Wells (Newsome)

22. Brooke Hooper (Pine Crest)

23. Zoe Pustilnik (Spanish River)

24. Annabella Cardona (G. Holmes Braddock)

25. Lucrezia Gowdy (Episcopal School of Jacksonville)

Just missed the cut: Olivia Fraga (Our Lady of Lourdes), Addison Boyer (South Fork), Kendall Hughes (Newsome), Lily Moore (Leon), Reilly Barber (St. Augustine), Megan Dolan (Boone), Elizabeth Csikai (Bolles), Emily Knopfle (Olympia)