Current state leading performances in Louisiana as of Monday, April 9th.
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Check out the current XC team scores rankings for Louisiana boys as of September 12th.
Check out the boys XC team scores rankings based on scoring the season best 5K times of the top 7 runners of each team in the state of Louisiana.
Check out the top boys teams in the state of Louisiana as of September 22nd based on XC team scoring all of the 5K times currently in the MileSplit database for the 2016 season.
Check out the top boys teams in the state of Louisiana as of September 14th based on XC team scoring all of the 3 miles times currently in the MileSplit database for the 2016 season.
Virtual cross country season preview for the 2A classification in the state of Louisiana taking the season best 3 mile times from a year ago of all returnees to virtually score both teams and individuals.
Part one of the Highland Park October big meets
A short q and a with 2x 2A state champion Alex Dunbar
Apparently, at a certain point, one stops counting state titles. "It's our nineteenth straight, 27th out of 29 if you really want to know," said Episcopal boys head cross Clancey Duplechain. "To me, that’s not a big thing, this is the big thing..." More on NOLA.com.
Finally - everyone raced each other! There were lots of shifts in both individual and team rankings as most B.R. teams travled down the road to Highland Road Park for the St. Joseph's Invitational. Check NOLA.com to see how the race affected area rankings.
Ascension Catholic and Episcopal's No. 3 runners stepped it up in Week 4 to lead their teams to victory at the McNeese Cowboy Stampede and Battlefield XC Festival. How do they stack up in the NOLA.com rankings?
The Redstickers won their first Class 5A rivalry bout against Mandeville. For now, SJA is on top not only in BR, but in the state. The Episcopal girls had nice runs at the LSU Invitational a little closer to home. Who had the breakout performance of the week? Who's on the rise and who fell down a few places? Check it out on NOLA.com.
It was Sunday, the day before state, and I had just finished my last high school cross country practice. I went home right after practice to start getting ready for our state dinner. I’d been going to state dinners since my freshman year, and it was hard to believe it would be my last one. State dinner was always a fun time for the seniors, senior parents, and runners to get together one final time before the end of the season. I left for my teammate Ben Maas’s house for my last dinner.
Michael Lee, age 10, a 5th grader at Episcopal in Baton Rouge, running for the Rapides Parish Youth Track Team, earned one of the USATF age group All-American slots awarded to the first 25 finishers Saturday 12/11/10 at the USATF national cross country championships in Hoover, AL.
Baton Rouge: In it’s 34th running of the meet the Episcopal Round Table run promises to be an exciting one. Attracting 40 + teams from various parts of Louisiana and drawing some of the best runners the state has to offer