The Tatnall girls placed 6th overall, just 10 points from the podium that they stood on last year. An amazing accomplishment considering all that they have overcome this year, including: a transfer of one of their top runners, and injuries to their two of their top runners in Reagan Anderson and Rebecca Salter. They repped DWare to the fullest!
Articles with Rebecca Salter
The 2012 Eastern States is about to strike again and once more it will impact with a cataclysmic power that sends everybody running for the hills -- the Van Cortlandt Back Hills, of course.
It's time to go outside, but the Tatnall track team made one last huge statement inside last week. (via saxo.highschoolsports.net)
Compared to last year's disappointment at the outdoor national meet, this year's let-down doesn't come close for Delaware's Tatnall School.
Tatnall Girls blast US#2 DMR time AND new state record 11:44.02. Less than a second behind US #1. Tatnall Boys also set state record with US top 20 time of 10:32.69.
At the Armory on Saturday Strymar Livingston set the 500m NR with a time of 1:01.68 with Najee Glass under the record as well with a 1:02.16! Edward Cheserek scored a US#2 All-Time clocking of 4:02.21. (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
Now includes more information about unattached individuals and those without full teams at the meet.
Haley Pierce has a strong showing coming in 3rd at the Manhattan Invite. Archmere and Padua dominate UD Invite.
Perry King of Section 1/NYS Running submits his opinions on what appears to be one of the most competitve races all season thus far.
Big events happening across the country as the season gets into full swing!
Marc Bloom previews for DyeStat all 50 states for the upcoming XC season. (via ESPN RISE)
ï¿½ Award-winning journalist Marc Bloom has been compiling high school cross-country rankings for more than 20 years. His most recent books are “God on the Starting Line” (Breakaway, 2004) and “Young Runners” (Simon & Schuster/Fireside, 2009).
Award-winning journalist Marc Bloom has been compiling high school cross-country rankings for more than 20 years. His most recent books are “God on the Starting Line” (Breakaway, 2004) and “Young Runners” (Simon & Schuster/Fireside, 2009).