The East Coast comes to New York, where they will battle for the right to board the plane to Portland.
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Could four, or even possibly more, girls break under 14mins this weekend?
We look at what we're looking for at the Manhattan Invite.
Final girls XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of December 11th
The North Allegheny girls were just on the outside of automatic team qualifying spots.
The East Coast comes to New York, where two of the most historic courses call home.
Breaking down the action to come at Saturday's NXN Northeast Regional at Bowdoin Park in Wappinger's Falls, NY.
Current JV girls XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of October 18th.
Current JV boys XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of October 17th.
Van Cortlandt Park has once again brought some of the best competition short of a national championship.
Eastern States is about to explode into action again at Van Cortlandt Park, and this year there is a definite flavor of Western States too as the nation's #2 team Claremont flies in from California to battle for the crown
Current girls XC team scores rankings in all 50 states and the team at the top of each state's leaderboard as of September 26th.
Who are the top returning teams in each state? We project the fastest returning teams as well as links to full statewide rankings in all 50 states using our XC team scores rankings feature.
The defending champion Jacqueline Gaughan of Exeter, New Hampshire is the favorite to repeat as New England Champion on Saturday in Belfast
A look at the All-Time Lists ahead of Saturday's action.
For those looking at possible berths to the Post-Season, now is the time and place to gauge where you are at.
The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 45 year milestone, and with it comes plenty of history.
Check out the top 500 returning girls cross country runners in the state of Vermont based on season best 5K times from last year.
The 78th New England Championship will take place this weekend at the Twin Brook Recreation Park in Cumberland, ME. The girls meet features15 returning All-New England runners, in what promises to be a fast and intense race. Check out the boys meeet preview for individuals and teams.
Champlain Valley made a triumphant return to the Nike Cross Nationals after weathering a small bump in the road at the Northeast Regional Championships. CVU finished second last week behind Hamilton-Wenham of Massachusetts, but the nationally ranked program from Hinesburg had experience on their side Saturday at Portland Meadows in Oregon.
Elle Purrier of Richford, VT led from the gun, and never looked back as she broke the course record on the Ponaganset covered bridge trial 5k course. Purrier covered the layout in 18:01. The time was 13 seconds better than the course record held by former RI state champion Jeanne Mack of LaSalle. On the boys side, Mike Marsella of Chariho used his home course advantage to hold off a strong effort from Conor Rog of Fairfield Prep, CT to claim the title with a 15:26 clocking with Rog just one second back. US #22 Champlain Valley, VT repeated as champions by tallying 112 points to defeat runner-up LaSalle Academy by 43. On the Boys side US #39 Bishop Hendricken claimed the NE title once again with 4 in the top 50. Hendricken tallied 116, 56 points in front of runner-up Fairfield Prep, CT.
The 77th New England Championships will feature the top female harriers from Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, & Connecticut battling it out for regional supremacy. With several All-NE selection returning the quality up front will be top notch will a handful of girls with a real shot to run away with the NE championship. Look for RI state champ Molly Keating (LaSalle Academy, RI) , 2009 NE champ & 2x runner-up Emily Durgin (Cheverus, ME), Courtney Hawkins (Milford, NH) the NH MOC champion, Elle Purrier (Richford, VT) the D3 State champion & 4th place finisher from 2011, & Reid Watson (Glastonbury, CT) the CT State Open champion & 2x All-NE selection to be a few to contend for the top spot. Teamwise, (US #22) Champlain Valley, VT the defending champions will be the team to beat as they shoot to repeat, expect strong challenges from two team from Rhode Island, Barrington & LaSalle Academy, along with Maine champs Cheverus, NH Champs Coe-Brown Academy & CT Champs Ridgefield.