On Saturday, many of the all-star seniors of the state of Florida will line up on the Holloway Park course. This race will mark the end of their high school cross country seasons for some, and others will use this race as a tune up before Footlocker and NXR next week.
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Andy Warrener recaps the 2A District 7 Championship held at Anclote High School.
Andy Warrener was on-site at the 2A District 7 Championship in Brooksville and captured over 400 photos of all the action including this one of Nature Coast Tech sprinter Ashley Gentz who won the 200, 400 and long jump.
The teams with the most versatility swept the 2016 Hernando Kiwanis Invite on Tuesday. On the girls side, it was a group of varsity soccer players that helped guide the Gators to the girls title. The Land O' Lakes Gator girls prevailed 150-127 over the extremely versatile Nature Coast Tech Sharks.
Nature Coast Tech freshman Trevor Foley picked up the first regional championship of his young career at Hal Brady Sports Complex in Alachua. Donald Lamb was on-site and captured this photo of the winning moment from 2A-2 as well as over 600 photos from all the action!
The Roman Empire - err, the Nature Coast Technical boys cross country program - was expected to burn following the departure of four superb starters from its 2012 team. (via hernandotoday.com)
It was a great day to be a Lake Nona Lion at the 2A Region 2 Championship. Adair Lyden won the girls race and gave her teammates their first ever trip to states. George Velez led the Lake Nona boys with an individual championship and a team title to go along with it. Na6ture Coast Tech won the girls team championship.
I did almost all of my long summer runs here and the Mount Dora Bible course has to be one of the hardest in the state. It's hills are grueling and seem to be placed in the worst places. Knowing you have to do two loops of it for it to be a full 5K, is almost as mentally exhausting as it is physically. Thankfully, Saturday at the 39th Mount Dora Bible Invitational the weather was absolutely beautiful with the temperature at a comfortable 75 degrees for both the girls and boy's varsity as well as JV races.