Four of the biggest NWSC boys contenders will get a preview of what to expect come conference championship time, while the girls side is going to be an 8th-Grade Parade...
On a course known for it's speed, near-ninety-degree weather prevented many new PRs and significantly affected the performances of several top athletes. But there was still plenty of competition to go around.
You don't need to travel hours north, west, or south of the Twin Cities to see some elite competition. The Rum River Invitational at Anoka High School offers up three of the state's best teams in their lineup.
The Sartell boys and STMA girls both made very strong showings at yesterday's Monticello Invitational. Read all about it in our recap of the meet!
There was some great action and a few surprises in store at Gale Woods Farm for the Bauman/Rovn Invitational. Read all about them and more in our recap!
Check out our preview for Monticello's home invitational, where we get our first look at the STMA girls and Class A's number one team Annandale!
Check out our preview for today's rescheduled Blaine Invitational!
Hopkins High School hosts the famous Bauman/Rovn Invitational on one of Minnesota's most legendary courses, designed specifically for cross country competition. Check out our preview here!
Check out our recap for the King of all Two Milers in Minnesota!
Running on the grounds that will play host to the Mega Meet in four weeks, Milaca hosts eleven other teams their Early Bird Invitational. Check out our preview for this meet here!
The reigning girls Class A champions will begin 2017 as hosts to the Fairmont Early Bird, where they face an instant challenge with Stewartville. Check out our preview of this matchup and other exciting battles!
Some top teams and exciting athletes will be competing on Friday at the Central Open at St. Catherine University, hosted by the Minutemen of St. Paul Central. Read out preview for it here!
On the opening day of cross country competition, seven Polar League and Lake Superior teams will battle it out at Chub Lake to try to get off to the best start possible. Read our preview for the Esko Invitational.
After the tightest Class A girls team battle in recent memory, 2017 might be even more thrilling thanks to a copious amount of youthful talent. These ten teams could all etch their name on a championship plaque.
After highlighting the top teams and athletes from Class AA last week, we now turn our attention to Class A, showcasing ten boys teams who will try to make a statement come the end of the season.
As the girls XC season is so close to getting underway, here are ten Class AA teams that will be making waves this fall.
We're excited for the season to start, and it's going to be a great season! Here are some of the boys Class AA teams to watch out for as we are just only one week away from the official start of the fall XC season!