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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 boys XC all-time in Louisiana history.
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 14th based on XC team scoring all of the 3 miles times currently in the MileSplit database for the 2016 season.
The metro version of Throwback Thursday!
A review of the season kick-off and what we can expect to see this year!
As the 2015 season kicks off tomorrow, here is the final preview article with state meet predictions!
NOLA previews the upcoming XC season for New Orleans athletes!
With individual winner Devyn Keith's 15:04 run, Curtis took back its statewide No. 1 ranking from St. Paul's. Eric Coston has returned to form, but the Wolves fell to No. 3 behind Brother Martin as the Crusaders went 3-4 ... read more on NOLA.com.
St. Paul's breaks undefeated Curtis. Jesuit, Brother Martin AND Catholic of Baton Rouge have all finished ahead of the Wolves at various points this year. How do we make sense of the team standings as championship season approaches? Read NOLA.com for the latest news and analysis.
On the same day that the LTFCA awarded all ten first-place votes in the statewide coaches' poll to John Curtis, the Patriots fall in a tiebreaker to St. Paul's. The clincher? The Wolves ran without star lead runner, Eric Coston. NOLA.com has the full story here.
The Louisiana Track and Field Coaches Association voted for the top 10 teams in the state, regardless of the classification. See where everyone stacks up on NOLA.com.
See how the weekend's results stack up in the Week 6 rankings.
St. Paul's 2014 alumnus Don Lipani is already starting to make a name for himself on the collegiate level, running to SEC Freshman Runner of the Week honors this week.
Jesuit boasted its sickest spread yet, with just 11 seconds separating Nos. 1 through 6 in taking runner-up honors at the Gulf Coast XC Stampede in Pensacola, Fla. Meanwhile on the south shore, St. Paul's decimated the Newman XC Classic with a 26-point win. Check out Week 5 Rankings on NOLA.com.
Upsets galore in Week 4. Holy Cross cracks the top five for the first time with a shocking tie-breaker victory over Rummel at the Raiders' own home meet. Brother Martin upsets pre-season No. 1 St. Paul's at their home invitational. A freshman (!) sneaks into the top three overall individuals... how do your results stack up this week?
Eric Coston ran all alone to stop the clock at 15:05, while Hayden Courrege outkicked Brother Martin teammate Chace Edwards for runner-up honors. Read the NOLA.com recap and watch interview videos here.
How does Jesuit stack up in the New Orleans rankings after their varsity debut in winning the Episcopal Round Table Run? Check out the NOLA.com Top Ten Individuals, Top Five Team Rankings.
NOLA.com picks the top 5 teams, 10 individuals in Week 2 of NOLA XC.
Eric Coston and the St. Paul's Wolves are ranked No. 1 in Week 1 of the NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune's Boys XC Rankings.
This fall will be a showdown between the Eric Coston-led St. Paul's Wolves and the Devyn Keith-led John Curtis Patriots. With both teams facing each other for this first time for New Orleans Metro Championship honors, who will come out on top?
Local standouts Devyn Keith, Zach Capello and Eric Coston have been recognized by Milesplit USA as some of the top threats in the South Region to qualify for the Foot Locker Cross Country National Championships.
A look at the teams to watch for in the fall.
High school time trial event from New Orleans.
St. Paul's Zachary Albright has been named the 2013-14 Gatorade Louisiana Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year. According to a press release from Gatorade, the 5-foot-10 senior becomes the first ever athlete from St. Paul's School to claim the award. The annual award is given to a student athlete that excels not only athletically but also academically.
The Saint Paul's journey to state begins two days prior, as our team met early Sunday morning for a mass at a local monastery, St Joseph's Abbey. We have done numerous training runs through the overgrown trails of the Abbey, so I found it fitting that we should return here one last time before our final race. After the service, my teammate Michael Burke and I spent a great deal of effort trying to put our art history knowledge to the test and to discern whether the church was of Byzantine or Romanesque styles. After intensive thought, we decided it was a little bit of both. We all then went to Kraemer's house, got in our run for the day, and went home to prepare for the next day's trip.
The 2013 XC season ended this week in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Although some athletes are preparing to make a final trip to national meets such as Nike South (TX) or Footlocker regionals (NC), the majority of runners will begin to make preparations for the Indoor track season. Looking back on Natchitoches, there was many emotional moments for the athletes at the state meet: titles were stolen in final meters, teams found their way to the podium that few expected to be there, streaks were extended, runners hit the wall, while others sprinted to victory in state-wide surprise.
WALKER - The notion that a three-mile race can be decided by a just a few seconds, or perhaps even a fraction of second, is a foreign notion to some. But it was the reality for the two featured races at Saturday’s Varsity Sports-Walker Shootout cross country meet.
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