Hawley, Minnesota will be the site of today's lone varsity XC competition, and will play host to a few top runners from the western part of the state...
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With meets taking place everywhere from East Grand Forks to Saint Charles, some great under-the-radar matchups will be happening that shouldn't get lost in the hype of the Roy Griak Invitational on Saturday.
A dozen meets take place today, and almost all could have implications on the polls. Among the biggest ones are Mayo, Little Falls, Eveleth, Anoka, and New London Spicer. Check out those previews, and more!
A dozen Minnesota teams will make their way to Decorah, IA today, and a few more are trekking to South Dakota. But it you want to see Emily Covert or the STMA girls, that's all taking place right here in Minnesota.
Thirteen of the sixteen section championships will be taking place today, and we've previewed them all. Check out what to expect today as runners gun for State!
With conference competition almost upon us, 29 Minnesota and Dakota teams will gather at Arvig Park in Perham for the Harrier Classic for one more big tune-up. Check out out preview here!
The 59th edition of the Fergus Falls Invitational will feature more than 20 teams, including some of Class A's best. It will also provide a lot of clarity about who's the team to beat in Section 8AA.
Hunter Gowin is only in his second year of cross country for Breckenridge/Wahpeton (the only interstate XC co-op in Minnesota), but he already has a State appearance under his belt, and is eager for more.
Check out our preview for the massive Long Prairie Invitational today at 4:30!
BRECKENRIDGE, Minn. – Breckenridge High School cross country coach Randy Berndt collapsed at 8:06 a.m. on a run two Sundays ago after a massive heart attack. His dog, Max, normally energetic and requiring a leash, stood next to him and did not budge until an ambulance came.(via INFORUM)
ST. PAUL – Winning state championships can accomplish many things, like making an uncle and nephew get closer. (via www.inforum.com)
ST. PAUL – Winning is nothing new for Haylie Zenner, but she sure makes it look that way. (via www.inforum.com)