Matanzas HS Palm Coast, FL, USA

Matanzas HS

3535 North Old Kings Road Palm Coast, FL, USA
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Gator Girls Abernathy, Acosta and Vanguard’s Lavieri-Sosa Gobble up Top Spots in 3A-2 Regional Meet Andy Warrener Oct 29, 2016

Land O' Lakes sophomore Natalie Abernathy and Vanguard junior Diego Lavieri-Sosa brought home their first regional championships by taking the 3A-2 crown at Holloway Park in times of 19:17.37 and 16:13.20. On the team side, Vanguard and Matanzas finished 1-2 while Logan Locascio and the Gainsville boys won by 18 points over New Smyrna Beach. Andy Warrener recaps all the action.

WATCH: Top Ten Races From The Week You Don't Want To Miss Todd Grasley Oct 17, 2016

Every week we have coverage teams across the state to get the best race videos, interviews, and photos from South Florida to the Panhandle and in between. For our county and conference championships, we were on-site at 11 meets and uploaded over four dozen (53) videos. We narrowed it down to our ten must watch races, but and linked to all the footage below. Sit back, relax, and enjoy!

Ten More Teams Makes ROC, FLR15 To Be Livestreamed Todd Grasley Sep 23, 2014

A total of ten more teams have been added to the presitigious Race Of Champions at the Invitational. The meet is just ten days away and runners and spectators are eagerly waiting in anticipation. This is the third round of teams to be announce with the newest teams at the bottom of each list. Four more slots will be awarded in the coming days to complete the field. In addition, to this exciting news both days of the meet will be livestreamed, so if you can't make the race or have family or friends that want to watch don't worry.

The Cross Country Experience and Coaches Who Inspire Liam Conville Aug 24, 2014

I will never forget the nerves in the pit of my stomach as I removed my sweats and was overcome by the brisk, frigid wind which pierced my jersey as I stood on the line in Tallahassee. The dead silence which cut through the air, despite more than 300 people standing in a crowded row of boxes preparing for the race of their lives. As the gun is raised, not a single breath in pure anticipation of what is to come. Two months of racing in preparation for this moment and now it is time. Bang! And the adrenaline rush replaces the previous anxiety, as the body moves on autopilot, following the stampede of a plethora of other athletes. The rest is a jumbled, blurred collage of brief recollections before the race is over. Just like that. Quickly, briefly, and utterly exhilarating. 

Matanzas Strider Gains Nerve, Leads Pack Todd Grasley Dec 21, 2011

DAYTONA BEACH -- When Hannah Loder was named a team captain for the Matanzas cross country team, she knew it was time to speak up. The three-time runner of the year -- twice in track and once in cross country -- could no longer just lead by example.(via