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We've got meet previews for over a dozen meets to get you ready for a busy Thursday.
It's the biggest day of racing of the year bar none today. 25 meets-plus taking place with the vast majority are conference championships. Check out our previews for all of today's meets!
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.
Milaca Week continues with some of Class A's best (and a few great AA stars) spread over today's nine Minnesota meets. Check out our previews for each one, including the huge Bagley/Fosston Invite...
More than half of Minnesota's ranked individuals and teams will be running on one of todays' sixteen meets taking place across the state, and we have it all covered. Check out our previews for each of them!
St. Olaf has a lot of great runners and excellent teams today, but with nearly a dozen other meets going on like the Bill Glomski Invite in Stewartville (featuring the Pings), there is a lot of other action to follow too...
Today's only section competition, and the final one of the year, will take place four hours from the Twin Cities in Bagley where Perham will look to keep alive a remarkable streak...
In one of the biggest and longest-running cross country meets in Minnesota, the 67th annual Swain Invitational begs to be one of the most competitive yet. Check out our preview here!
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.
In the geographic center of Minnesota, Staples Motley will host their aptly-titled Central Minnesota River Run, while playing host to 13 other teams. Read our preview here!
WADENA — Both Perham Cross Country teams defended their titles at the Johanna Olson Wadena-Deer Creek meet in two dominating team performances at Whitetail Run Golf Course Tuesday afternoon. The boys team took six of the top eight places led by defending champion Keeghan Hurley. The girls placed five in the top nine spots led by runner-up Brynnan Covington and Lizzie Fudge in third place. “We actually use this race as kind of a tempo run,” Hurley said. “We start out slow and try to close as hard as we can.”