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The field is set, now it's time to help determine the top boys sprinter from the state of Minnesota over the past decade. Vote now!
We reached out to each of the teams competing at True Team State this week to tell us about themselves and what it means to make it. Here's what they all had to say...
MileSplit Minnesota kicks off the Boys Track & Field All-Decade Team with the short sprints list.
The final pieces are in place for next weekend's True Team State Championships. Check out the full list of teams who will be traveling to Stillwater High School in just a few short days!
Many of Minnesota's top teams and runners congregating on the Par 30 golf course in Chaska, while a dozen smaller maats take place all over the state. Read about today's races...
Section 5A has helped produce the likes of SC Cathedral's future DIII Champion Grant Wintheiser, SC Christian's 10-time All-State McKenzie Holt, and 2-time State 3200m champion Charlie Lawrence of Foley.
Kicking off the biggest week of competition of the regular season, today's Pioneer Stampede, with Pierz High School play playing host to many of Central Minnesota's finest Class A teams
Runners are going to fly in Little Falls today for the 52nd Lucky Lindy Invitational, including one the the nation's best freshman and a team looking to make a case to be among Minnesota's revered elite.
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!
Class A #1 ranked St. Cloud Cathedral won both races in the newly formed Granite Ridge Conference championship meet.
Foley’s Charlie Lawrence (left) and St. Cloud Christian School’s McKenzie Holt will be competing on July 30 at the USA Track and Field National Championships. (via St. Cloud TIMES)
Foley’s Christian Scapanski (right) tries to catch St. Paul Humboldt’s Calvin Clark as he pulls away during the finish of the Class A 200-meter dash finals Saturday at the state track and field meet at Hamline University in St. Paul. Scapanski’s second-place finish in the race was the best of any area athlete Saturday at Hamline. / Special to the Times by Scott Theisen (via www.sctimes.com)
Bagley-Fosston standout wins three more titles SaturdayThe Bagley-Fosston senior ended her high school career Saturday by winning three more open events at the Minnesota Class A state track meet. That gave her four for the weekend and 10 for her career. And she accounted for 48 of Bagley-Fosston’s 53 points as it tied St. Peter for the team championship. (via www.grandforksherald.com)
ST. PAUL - Elena Danielson thought her realistic goal was to run the girls Class A 3,200-meter run in 11 minutes, 10 seconds. (via www.sctimes.com)
The Minnesota State High School League Track and Field State Tournament will be hosted at Klas Field on the Hamline University campus on June 10-11, 2011. On June 10th the meet will begin with the Class AA 3200 race, followed by preliminary heats in several events. Field events will also begin at 9am. The Class A athletes will take the field at 3pm closing with the finals in the 3200 meter run at 4:50 pm (girls) and 5:05 pm (boys). This also marks the first MSHSL State Track and Field Meet with wheelchair events. Below is a quick preview into each event by class.
DETROIT LAKES � The Sartell boys and girls are each going back to the Class 2A State True Team track and field meet. (via www.sctimes.com)
Foley's Gapinksi breaks 15-year-old meet record (via www.sctimes.com)
About the team members (via www.sctimes.com)
The State Cross Country Coaches' Association has named their final team and individual rankings for the 2010 season. The State Meet will commence on Saturday, November 6th at St. Olaf College with the Class A races beginning at 10:00 AM. (Previous Rankings and Section Place courtesy of RaceberryJam)
ALBANY � Albany sophomore Madi Sachs notched a first-place win in the girls competition with a time of 15:57 to help the Huskies to the victory at their own cross country invitational Thursday (via www.sctimes.com)