Check out the top 100 boys returnees by event for the 3A classification.
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Watch 3A boys race from the 2018 Maryland State Cross Country Championships.
Top teams and individuals from PA and beyond will be at Carlisle on Saturday. It's going to be a huge meet once again.
Using the XC team scores feature, we break down the top returning teams in each county and conference for the state of Maryland. Links to full rankings can be found below as well.
Each weekend we'll highlight a few of the top breakout performers from the past week of action around the state!
Check out the current Maryland power team rankings as of April 3rd. These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet. We took the individual rankings and relay rankings and scored them as a normal meet: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1.
It was another solid showing from the Old Line State at this year's New Balance Indoor Nationals.
The best news and notes from last week's 3A boys state championship.
All the scorers and competitors for each of the 4 state championship winning teams on Tuesday for the MPSSAA 3A/4A State Indoor Track and Field Championships.
Vote for the 2017 Maryland Boys XC Coach of the Year.
Which freshmen have posted the fastest times at Hereford's famous cross country course since it re-opened in 2014?
Ranking the top ten 3A boys heading into the 2017 state championship.
Let your voice be heard heading into the state championships next Saturday!
Recapping all the action from yesterday's 3A regional meets.
Now in the thick of county and league championship meets, let's take another updated look at how the state meet matchups are shaping up on the boys side.
Virtual meet preview for the new-look CMC Championships set for Friday at Boonsboro High School!
Now that we've got a month of racing under our belts, let's take an updated look at potential state races on the boys' side.
The Northern girls picked up a big team victory, defending their title at the Hood College Invitational on Saturday.
Will Urbana reclaim their status as the top team in Frederick County?
Will Michael Belmaggio be the next in a long line of county champions from Linganore?
Check out the list of top returning junior boys in the state of Maryland for the upcoming cross country season.
MileSplit MD unveils the 2016 XC All-Maryland Boys Team!
Check out the Maryland 3A boys top 50 indoor returnees by event.
2016-17 indoor season preview for Frederick County!
As the track season draws nearer check out the top 100 returning boys in each of the primary indoor field events from 2016!
Check out the updated list of the top 500 senior boys in the state of Maryland, using 5K performances in the MileSplit database.
Check out the virtual meet for the 3A West region using 5K personal bests from the 2016 season in the current MileSplit database.
Catoctin's Julien Webster and the Urbana girls both turned in dominant performances at Saturday's Brunswick Invitational at Brunswick High School.
Virtual meet preview for Saturday's Brunswick Invitational at Brunswick High School. MileSplit will be on-site with video coverage by Ryun Anderson and photo coverage by Wayne Lee Dutrow.
Frederick County boys projected team scores based on returnees and top returning 5K individuals ranked list for the upcoming 2016 cross country season.
Follow along with Micah Hewitson's 2016 summer training as the Linganore rising senior prepares for this upcoming cross country as one of the pre-season favorites in 3A.
Full list of the top individual returnees from last year's Maryland 3A boys state cross country race below.
Re-watch last year's 3A boys state cross country race at Hereford High School and find out below who are the top returnees from last year's state meet in the classification.
Find out who are the top boys individual athletes to watch at the Frederick County Championships on Wednesday at Middletown High School, which will be live streamed by MileSplit.com!
Check out the top 5K times currently in Frederick County as of September 21st. Linganore's Micah Hewitson had an exceptional race at the Barnhart Invite two weeks ago with a top 10 finish and 16:35 PR.
Photos from Thursday's race" /> (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Linganore High School senior Patrick DuBoyce raced to second place and the Gov. Thomas Johnson boys cross country team won last weekend’s Frank Keyser Invitational’s large school race. DuBoyce finished the event in 15 minutes, 13.6 seconds and was runner-up to Clarksburg’s Will Bertrand (15:01.3). Thomas Johnson, paced by Ben Freed (fifth, 15:28.3), Thomas Trott (13th, 16:15.8) and Louis Levine (14th, 16:20), edged Jefferson (W.Va.) by nine places. Urbana placed seventh, Linganore was ninth and Tuscarora was 15th. In the girls large school race, Clare Mangan led Middletown to second place (86 points) by securing eighth individually in a time of 21:56.7. Bolstering her performance were Jennifer Kim (11th, 22:01.4), Brittany Levine (14th, 22:14.4) and Madison Jones (17th, 22:34.7). River Hill easily won the team title, placing six girls in the top nine to finish with 18 points. Linganore, paced by Emily Melluso (21:38.8) and Allyson Coggins (21:47.7), finished fourth (117). Urbana was seventh (175) and Tuscarora finished 10th (276). David Dorsey (15:03.5) and Kevin Dorsey (15:48.4) guided Catoctin to second place in the small school race by placing second and third, respectively. The Cougars finished with 103 points, 27 places behind champion Williamsport. Middletown, led by Brandon Folio (16:16.3), placed third (134). Oakdale (146) and Walkersville (242) took fifth and ninth, respectively. Scott Berryman (16:15.6) had Walkersville’s best finish in sixth place.
Duboyce poised for successful cross country campaign (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
This fall's high school cross country season in Frederick County is shaping up as a highly competitive battle between numerous teams loaded with veteran talent, led by heavyweights Middletown, Linganore and Urbana. (via m.gazette.net)
Class 3A boys state track title could come down to the Lancers vs. Patriots (via )
Lancers stand out at state�s oldest continuous event where 38 schools were competing (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News) Brian Lewis/The Gazette Linganore High School runner Patrick DuBoyce gets an early lead in the boys distance medley relay. The Lancer runners won the race and the boys and girls both placed second at the Woodward Relays held Saturday at the Georgetown Prep.
Linganore�s 6-foot-7 high jumper is well on his way to another successful season (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Greg Dohler/The Gazette Andrew Baul (right) of Thomas Johnson High School crosses the finish line in the 3,200-meter relay Wednesday during the 3A West Region Indoor Track Meet at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover. Linganore High School captured the boys team title in the 3A West Region Indoor Track and Field Championships, and numerous Frederick County athletes qualified for the Maryland Indoor Championships with their performances Wednesday at the Prince George's County Sports and Learning Complex in Landover. Full Story on www.gazette.net...
Despite individual success, Lancers, Hawks unable to unseat Hereford for the team championships (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 - Matt Centrowitz and Kelsey Hill will fight to lead Broadneck and Severna Park to victory in their first year at this event. Katie Hursey of North Carroll will try to beat Hill in the two athlete\'s first race competing against eachother. Teams Attending: Archbishop Spalding (B Team), Bel Air, Broadneck, Centennial, Century, Clear Spring, Elizabeth Seton, Fallston, Francis Scott Key, Frederick, Liberty, Linganore(girls), Mt. Hebron, North Carroll, Reservoir, Severna Park, South Carroll, Tuscarora, Urbana, Walkersville, Westminster, Winters Mill
***Linganore Women winning the 4x1 in 50.08. Photo by Don Rich PennTrackXC*** Linganore HS participated in the Bald Eagle Invitational in Lock Haven, PA on Friday night, and did a fantastic job. They finished 2nd, garnering 114 points, only 6 points behind the winning team. Linganore\'s women really packed a punch, successful behind wins from Chowan Brightful in the 100m H (16.17), a meet record 57.83 400m from Melissa Turowski in the 400m, and from freshman Amanda Yates in the Long Jump (16-09.25). Linganore also won the 4x1 (50.08) and 4x4 (4:07) relays. Linganore had other medal winners, including a bronze from Lauren Quinn in the 200m (26.22), silver (Natalie Goodman - 36-00.25) and bronze (Chowan Brightful - 33-07.25) in the triple jump, and another Bright silver medal with a 5 foot high jump. Kim Maley rounded out Linganore\'s top 3 finishers, getting a bronze in the shotput with a throw of 34 feet, 0.25 inches. All in all, Linganore did an amazing job against out of state teams. Way to go Lancers!