This is no ordinary high school cross country race. Bishop Kenny High School will again play host to one of Florida’s premier invitational meets on Saturday, Sept. 17, in an atypical primetime event under the “Saturday Night Lights.”
Bishop Kenny High School will again play host to one of Florida’s premier high school cross country meets in a primetime event Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, when just before dusk the first starter’s gun fires at the Katie Caples Invitational. The 2010 edition is expected to attract 39 schools from throughout the state and more than 1,300 athletes to Bishop Kenny’s riverfront campus, across the St. Johns River from the picturesque downtown Jacksonville skyline and the municipal sports complex.
The much anticipated Chiles vs. Bishop Kenny matchup didn\'t come to fruition, as BK ran their B team. While the boys team title was an easy call, the individual races were not. Contributing reporter, Zach Spain, gives his wrapup of Friday night\'s meet.
Holy Trinity coach, Doug Butler, and his girls team had something to prove to Great American meet directors. His girls were out to earn themselves a spot in the race of champions by showing what they could do against Bishop Kenny.
Billed as a duel to decide Florida
Photos from the 1,500 at FSU Relays.
Our roving editorial columnish, Zach Spain, journeys with his trusty companion, Mullet Mike, to Footlocker Nationals in Orlando.
Mile Split columnist, Zach Spain, gives his take on some of Florida's elite and their chances at Footlocker
Zach Spain provides a roundup of the meets from week two of Florida's cross country season.