We take a look at the top returning boys teams in 3A.
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43 points was all the Chiles' boys track team needed to win their third straight 3A state championship. The Timberwolves lose thrower Cole Upthegrove to graduation but return both Jordan Poole and James Hansen as well as a talented group of distance runners. Creekside and Miami Northwestern should also be in the mix, but don't count out Miami Norland who now have transfer Tyrese Cooper's, one of the most dangerous sprinters in the country.
The ladies of Miami Northwestern are looking for their 8th straight state championship and if the first three weeks of the season are any indication, they don't show signs of stopping anytime soon. On the boys side, the Bulls have a good shot at winning as well, but will face a tougher road with the likes of Blanche Ely, Boyd Anderson, and Creekside standing in their way. We rank EVERY team in 3A!
The Chiles boys (pictured above) won their second straight 3A track and field state championship in 2015, defeating rival Leon by 14 points. In 2014, the Timberwolves ousted Miami Northwestern by three points in a meet that came down to the final event of the night. Fast forward to 2016, and it looks like it could be another battle between Chile and MNW.
Six of the top eight teams in our boys Super 25 team rankings are in 4A. Dr. Phillips leads the way after another team victory at the Seminole Invitational in Clermont.
Dr. Phillips remains in the number one spot, but their was movement beneath them. After a successful week at BCAA Championships Boyd Anderson moved up from tenth to second. The surprise is Flagler Palm Coast who despite winning Bob Hayes are only seventh. See the top 25 boys teams regardless of class!
t was a record breaking day at the 5th Annual Walter Dix Invitational Relays. The top finishing girls teams for the day were, Northeast winning with 97 points, Dillard in 2nd with 79 points, and Ely in 3rd with 72 points.
The state-bound athlete hasn’t been deterred by the seasonlong shutdown of his school’s track. (via The Miami Herald)