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  • Broadneck High grad Matt Centrowitz wins 1,500 at U.S. championships

    Broadneck High grad Matt Centrowitz wins 1,500 at U.S. championships
    Broadneck High School graduate Matthew Centrowitz won the 1,500-meter run at the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene Oregon on Saturday.
  • Running: Race directors can learn from Shipley's Choice event

    Running: Race directors can learn from Shipley's Choice event
    You only have to check out the upcoming race calendar to note the large number of running events that are coming up. The competition to attract entrants is an on-going test of organizational acumen and favorable word of mouth among the running community....

    Centrowitz part of world record in distance medley relay

    Centrowitz part of world record in distance medley relay
    Americans Matt Centrowitz (Broadneck), Mike Berry, Erik Sowinski and Pat Casey broke the world record in the distance medley relay (legs of 1,200, 400, 800 and 1,600 meters) at the Armory Track Invitational on Saturday in New York, clocking 9 minutes, 19....

    Prep sports profile: Jack Carpenter

    Prep sports profile: Jack Carpenter
    With three years of experience at the varsity level, Maine South cross country runner Jack Carpenter draws inspiration from an unlikely source – his competition. That competitive spirit helped Carpenter’s team place fifth at the state meet...

    Mixed feelings on shift of cross country state championship meet

    Mixed feelings on shift of cross country state championship meet
    Anyone who’s tried to conquer the brutal cross country course at Hereford High School knows “The Dip” and “The Maze,” as well as “The Cornfield.” While on the course, runners know the pain they’ll endure...