VTCA Scholarship Golf Tournament to be held on July 27th at the Hanover Country Club.
Former Oakton High School state champion runner Keira (Carlstrom) D'Amato runs a 15:04 5K time trial on the track at age 35, which would hit the Olympic standard.
The Columbia University commit Kimmi Woods swept the sprints for the Division 2 girls at the 2019 DIAA State Outdoor Championships including a 25.60 victory in the 200 meter dash.
It was a 1-2 finish for the St. Georges Tech girls in last year's Division 1 200 meter dash at the DIAA State Championships with a pair of underclassmen in Charlee Crawford (24.70) and and Anaeja Ferrell (24.94).
Tatnall and Howard Tech went to war in the Division 2 boys 4x400 meter relay at last year's DIAA State outdoor Championships with Napoleon Hernandez on anchor for Tatnall able to pull away decisively to give his squad the win in a time of 3:29.92.
In a thrilling race that saw several lead changes, the Dover boys came out on top of the Division 1 boys 4x400 meter relay at the 2019 DIAA State Outdoor Championships in a time of 3:24.55.
Weston's Peter Diebold won his third straight MIAA Division 4 title this past winter in the boys 600 as the senior took the race from start to finish in a time of 1:21.98.
In the 2019 DIAA State Championships, the Division 2 girls 800 race saw a great battle down to the line between sophomore Emily Rzucidlo of Ursuline Academy and senior Keelin Hays of Tatnall.
Who is Rhode Island's best ever at 800 meters? Darius Kipyego and Conor Murphy went at it in a time trial on Sunday to decide.
The girls 55 meter hurdles finals at the MIAA Division 4 Championships saw two juniors battling down to the line for first between Ella Grey of Plymouth South and Katelyn Gorgenyi of North Reading.
In last year's DIAA State Championships, Delcastle's Jalissa Emmens stayed unbeaten for the season in-state in the girls 800 by winning the Division 2 state title with a time of 2:14.48.
Walpole senior Shane Grant repeated as the Division 3 champion in both the mile and 1000 this past February, but had a race on his hands in the 1K from Billerica's Thomas Dinsmore before able to dispel him in a 2:31.88 victory.
In last year's DIAA State Championships, Zion Glover of St. Mark's was able to hold off Joshua Roane (11.37) and Ja'Quai Bishop (11.41) for the Division 2 boys 100 title.
The Windsor girls dominated the 4x100 meter relay in last year's CIAC State Open Championships running away with an impressive first place time of 47.74.
The Hopkinton duo Schuyler Gooley and Olivia Jones had an impressive tandem performance at the 2020 MIAA Division 3 Championships going 1-2 together in the girls two mile run.
In last year's DIAA State Outdoor Championships, William Penn senior Matthew Hibbert rolled to a 10.87 victory in the Division 1 boys 100.
In last year's CIAC State Open, the Greenwich boys executed perfectly in their baton exchanges for the 4x100 meter relay to pull away from the rest of the field in a winning time of 42.40.
In arguably one of the best and closest finishes from this past year's MIAA Divisional Championship week, the Division 2 boys 600 meter champion was determined by a thousands of a second.
In last year's CIAC State Open 800 meter race for the girls, Old Saybrook's Grace Hanratty made a decisive move on the backstretch to pull away for a 2:12 victory against a deep field.
At the 2020 MIAA Division 2 Championships, the girls 300 saw an anticipated matchup between two of the state's bests in India Ingemi from Beverly and Abby Comella from Wellesley.
One of the best finishes in last year's CIAC State Open was the boys 800 with a trio coming across the line together being separated by only 7 hundredths of a second.
St. John's Prep senior Steven Jackson scored a mild upset with a decisive move to win the 2020 MIAA Division 1 boys mile title in a personal best time of 4:18.05.
Canton's Chelsea Mitchell clocked a lifetime best of 11.67 for the 2019 CIAC State Open title in the 100 meter dash.
Brookline's Sonja Nagle won the 2020 MIAA Division 1 girls 1000 meter title by executing a perfectly timed kick on the final lap for 2:59.27 victory by the junior this past February.
Watch all the action from last spring's New Castle County Championships.
Last year as a sophomore, Fairfield Ludlowe'sTess Stapletonfollowed up her CIAC State Open indoor title in the 55 meter hurdles with a CIAC State Open outdoor title.
Sacred Heart Academy's Edward Williams Jr.clocked one of the fastest times ever in state history with his 14.03 win in the 110 meter hurdles finals at the 2019 CIAC State Open
The boys 100 meter dash finals at the 2019 CIAC State Open Championships saw 6 athletes go sub 11 seconds led by Greenwich's Ryan Raybuck winning in a swift 10.77 clocking.
Replay all the action from our first live stream of this past indoor season at the Hillhouse Invitational.
The largest high school indoor invitational in Iowa annually will be live streamed on MileSplit.com.