Previewing the 2020 Carroll County girls championship by the numbers.
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South Carroll's Grace Siehler was dominant for the majority of the 2019 season. Could 2020 result in an individual state title?
Previewing the 2020 Carroll County boys championship by the numbers.
Can Hayden Hebert become Century's first individual boys county champion... ever?
Merging results from Monday's 1A and 2A state meet into one!
Going team-by-team to see what each contender will have to do to win the 2A girls title.
Everything you need to know heading into Saturday's 1A state meet!
Seven of the top ten (including the top four) runners from last year's meet are back in 2019. Meanwhile, South Carroll seeks the become the first back-to-back team champion since Century in 2009-10.
Previewing the 2019 Carroll County girls XC championships by the numbers.
The Liberty boys remain strong favorites on the heels of four consecutive 2A state titles. Meanwhile, South Carroll's John Kettula could emerge as the top runner in the county.
Previewing the 2019 Carroll County boys XC championships by the numbers.
A stats breakdown of the fastest returning cross country teams and individuals from Carroll County.
Check out the top 25 performers by event in each of the Maryland 1A classification's regions heading into this week's regional championship meets.
Ranking the top ten 1A girls heading into the 2017 state championship.
Can Winters Mill become the first repeat champions since 2010?
Will the Century boys make it back to the top of Carroll County?
If you haven't heard, the MPSSAA revised its classifications and regions; these changes will go into affect next fall and remain in place for at least the next two seasons.
Vote for the top girls performer from the week of March 27 - April 1!
Check out the virtual meet for the 2A West region using 5K personal bests from the 2016 season in the current MileSplit database.
Find the Carroll County girls projected team scores based on returnees and top returning 5K individuals ranked list for the upcoming 2016 cross country season.
HAGERSTOWN — Tim Walsh considers coaching the Francis Scott Key indoor track team a form of therapy. (via Carroll County Times)
The largest invitational in the state of Maryland will be held on September 30, the latest in the season the meet has been held in it\'s 11 year history. 112 teams from Virginia, West Virginia, DC, Deleware, Pennsylvania and Maryland will gather to get the first real look at where the top runners and teams in the state stand in comparison to eachother. Races begin at 9:00 AM and run all day untill 4:00. >>Top Athletes: Kristen Malloy (Hereford), Matthew Centrowitz (Broadneck), Alison Smith (Atholton), Andrew Revelle (Atholton), Katie Hursey (North Carroll), Erik Anderson (Archibishop Curley), Katie Harman (River Hill), Jared Welsh (FSK), Liz McCarter (Mount Hebron), Arthur Leathers (FSK), Greg Jubb (Loyola), Kelsey Hill (Severna Park), Ryan Stasiowski (Loyola), Halsey Sinclair (Montgomery Blair) >>Top Schools: Severna Park Girls, Loyola-Blakefield Boys, Dulaney Girls, River Hill Girls, Broadneck Boys, C Milton Wright Girls, Francis Scott Key Boys, Seton Keough Girls, Dulaney Boys **Fixed for updates and mistakes, 9/25 **Predictions for Overall Top Finishers in Maryland, 9/25 **Matthew Centrowitz of Broadneck not competing, 9/25 **Quince Orchard varsity not competing, 9/27
Matthew Centrowitz and Katie Hursey take individual honors while the FSK boys put Broadneck away and the Severna Park girls crush the competition running half their varsity.
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