Taking the top 7 all-time 5K cross country performers in the MileSplit.com database for each team in the state, we attempt to rank the top girls XC all-time in Louisiana history.
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Check out the girls 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 girls teams in the state of Louisiana as of September 21st based on XC team scoring all of the 5K times currently in the MileSplit database for the 2016 season.
Olivia describes the end to the 2015 cross country season in her own words.
The metro version of Throwback Thursday!
A review of the season kick-off and what we can expect to see this year!
Don't miss any of the action! Watch every race from the John Curtis Season Opener!
Checkout the photo albums from the great races at the John Curtis Season Opener
A look at who you voted for in the most recent poll!
The count down begins! The first cross-country meet for the 2015 season is a little over a week away. The season will officially start with the John Curtis meet at City Park followed by the Bayou Boogie meet at Highland Park- one of the most anticipated courses of this season.
Claire Crosby writes a blog about her training for the past week!
Spotlight on senior runner Olivia Murphy
Sumner's Austin Ballow prefers not to leave his racing to a kick. "I'm shorter," the 5-foot-3 junior said. "I don't have the bigger stride. For me to win anytime, I can't leave it to a kick..." Read more on NOLA.com.
Gabrielle Jennings clocked another sub-18 minute run for first as SSA's Ellen Feringa continues to impress, racing sub-19 for the first time for runner-up honors. The Dove claims that only a year ago, "I couldn't even run a mile." Read more at NOLA.com.
Despite lingering ankle pain, Gabrielle Jennings won the Large Schools section with a time of 17:54.49 to distance runner-up Ally McCulley by nearly a full minute. Read the full race recap on NOLA.com.
Many of the major players on the girls' side in the New Orleans cross country scene are getting their share of bumps and bruises right about now. Yet Gabrielle Jennings and the Mandeville girls prove their mettle by holding on to the those No. 1 spots with an iron grip; check it out on NOLA.com.
The First Baptist junior's winning time of 18:11.72 is the seventh-fastest time ever recorded for a high school girl on the Highland Road Park three mile course. But seventh-fastest isn't always quick enough for an adoring public. Read the race exclusive on NOLA.com.
The Louisiana Track and Field Coaches Association votes for the state's top 10 teams. See the results of the poll on NOLA.com.
Check out who's mixing it up in Week 6 on NOLA.com.
Review of the year, so far!
The Mandeville Skippers have dominated every LA XC meet so far this season - except for a one-point loss to St. Joseph's Academy at the Christian Brothers Invitational. But after producing an impressive runner-up performance out of 37 teams at the Gulf Coast XC Stampede, the Lady Skippers may be ready to take down their Class 5A rivals at their home invitational. Check out the full story on NOLA.com.
Senior Haley Johnson ran 18:53 to defend the her home meet title at the Newman XC Classic on Saturday, September 27, while the Mandeville girls competed for runner-up honors at the Gulf Coast XC Stampede in Pensacola, Fla. How did everyone stack up this week? Check it out on NOLA.com.
Sacred Heart finally made their season debut, only to finish second behind Ursuline Academy. Mandeville lost Round 1 vs. St. Joseph's Academy at the Christian Brothers Invitational. NOLA.com ranks 'em all... see how ya stack up in Week 4.
Class 5A rivals Mandeville and St. Joseph's Academy battled it out for the first time this season at the Christian Brothers Invitational at Money Hill Plantation in Abita Springs, La. Read the NOLA.com recap and watch race videos, interviews here.
Gabrielle Jennings retains the area's top ranking with her 18:06 win at the Slidell High Invitational, but how did the Mandeville girls stack up? How far does Isabella Hemb's 80-second victory at the Mt. Carmel Cub Run move her up in the rankings? You'll never guess which newcomer team claws its way into the NOLA.com Top Five.
Check out how your times stack up against New Orleans-only competition in NOLA.com's individual and team rankings for Week 2.
Rankings for Individuals and Teams after Week 1
Gabrielle Jennings proved she is still queen of the Louisiana cross country scene, charging to victory after losing a shoe and just one week after suffering a concussion.
The John Curtis Christian School Season Opener lived up to billing as far as putting some of the top squads together.
Polish your spikes. Here's five storylines to follow at the John Curtis Season Opener on Wednesday, Sept. 3.
If Olivia Murphy can get healthy, the Mandeville Skippers look unbeatable in Class 5A.
The Fourth of July has already passed, but prepare to see fireworks at City Park in New Orleans this Wednesday.
A look at the teams to watch for in the fall.
I woke up at 5:15 race day morning, quick got dressed and ate some toast, then was out the door by 5:40 to meet the bus at the school. Our bus left the school at 6:00 a.m. for the Baton Rouge meet. The whole bus ride was silent..
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