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  • State cross country region meet roundup

    State cross country region meet roundup
    The MPSSAA's region meets for cross country took place at the end of last week, and a number of local runners and teams fared well. There are four meets in each of the four classes. The size of those meets vary greatly depending upon the number of...
  • Girls cross country All-Metro first team

    Girls cross country All-Metro first team
    Carly Albright Marriotts Ridge, senior -- Finished the season with a sixth-place finish in the Class 2A state championship meet -- Was third in the Class 2A South meet the previous week -- Took third in the Howard County title meet -- Won her...
  • Boys cross country All-Metro first team

    Boys cross country All-Metro first team
    David Eisenhauer Wilde Lake, junior -- Moved to the area last year and became a good distance runner but really stepped up this season -- Took second in the state Class 3A meet, losing to Runner of the Year Nick Fransham of North Harford by eight-...
  • Mud runners risk limb and even life to satisfy extreme-sports passion

    Mud runners risk limb and even life to satisfy extreme-sports passion
    The sun had just peeked up over the Santa Monica Mountains when the school buses arrived at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu and deposited the racers at their first obstacle of the day. Some races start with a popgun. Some start with a flag. The Spartan Race...
  • Daily Press All-Stars | Boys cross country

    Daily Press All-Stars | Boys cross country
    Baron Kiefer didn't start running because he liked long distances. That wasn't the plan his freshman year. His plan was to use running so he could get into shape for Tabb's soccer season. He played soccer that spring, then ran so well during his...
  • River Hill runner Chris Heydrick wants to go out a winner

    Throughout his running career at River Hill, Chris Heydrick has raced for one thing. After being crowned last year's Class 3A 800- and 1,600-meter state champion during both the indoor and outdoor seasons, the senior is no longer concerning himself with...
  • Hampton's Sarah Osborn will represent USA Shooting in World Cup event | Community news

    Young shooting phenom Sarah Osborn of Hampton has earned a ticket to the World Cup season opener in Changwon, South Korea, in early April. Osborn, 15, will be representing USA Shooting in the women's 10-meter air rifle competition. It will be her...
  • DeSales' Noll one of three Lehigh Valley-area college runners headed to NCAA championship

    When it comes to student athletes, some forget the first part of that phrase — student. Nate Noll, however, is not one of them. Noll, a Kutztown High School graduate, specifically chose a Division III cross country program so he would be able to...
  • Dad's Suicide Spurs UHart Runner To Make A Difference

    HARTFORD — Haley Rice was 14 years old when her father killed himself. It happened Nov. 28, the day after Thanksgiving and two days before her birthday. Rice is now a senior at the University of Hartford. She is a co-captain of the cross country...
  • Easton's Colin Abert takes third straight Morning Call cross country runner of the year

    Easton's Colin Abert takes third straight Morning Call cross country runner of the year
    Easton's Colin Abert could've chosen his brief 14-minute, 55-second trip around the Lehigh University course at the Paul Short Invitational. He could've picked his third consecutive conference championship. He could've selected his third straight District...
  • Liberty's Raisa Kochmaruk is The Morning Call's girls cross country runner of the year

    Liberty's Raisa Kochmaruk is The Morning Call's girls cross country runner of the year
    It's stressful and exhilarating. It's frustrating and addictive. For Raisa Kochmaruk, a sophomore at Liberty High School, cross country elicits all types of emotions and feelings from within. As a freshman, Kochmaruk admitted, it was more than a...