In its third year the Beach to Beacon High School Mile is more popular--and competitive-- than ever
Articles with Carolyn Todd
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #8
State Championship weekend! Here's everything you need to know from all three state meets
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #6
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #5
2018 MTCCCA Indoor Track & Field All-State Team
Check out our spotlight on Carolyn Todd the 2018 Class B Mile & 2 Mile champion
It's A Greely Sweep, the girls defend their title, while the boys win first since 2009
Class B State Meet Preview
Female Junior Runner of the Year: Lily Horne (Freeport)
Maine Track & Cross Country Coaches Association 2017 All-State Cross Country Team
With depth to their seventh runner Camden Hills was unstoppable in winning the Girls Class A State Championship. Falmouth's Sofie Matson, unchallenged after the first quarter mile, took the Individual title.
In Class C, Orono took both team Championships. Lincoln Academy dominated the Class B Boys field, while Yarmouth grabbed the girls title. Camden Hills used its depth to claim the girls Class A title while Falmouth took the boys A Championship.
With seven teams in the Flo50 poll, availability for a top five finish is going to come with a small amount of error.
The postseason is officially here! The Northern and Southern Regional championships went off on Saturday. The North headed to Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast, while the South went to the Twinbrook Recreational area in Cumberland. Both regions produced close finishes and great individual performances. Let's take a look at the highlights.
Athletes in Class A, B, C punched their tickets to next week's state championship on a beautiful day at Twin Brook.
Southern Maine Class A Regional XC Championship Preview
Fastest 100 Girls' Times From WMC XC Championship on St Joe's Course
The WMC Championships are set to go off Friday afternoon at St. Joseph's College in Standish. The Yorkgirls' won the Division 1 title last year, while Falmouth, who is no longer in the conference, took the boys' title. In Division 2, the St. Dominic girls' and Wells boys' were winners.
Another weekend is in the books for Maine XC. Relays and invitationals brought together some of the top teams and athletes in the Northern region, while inter-conference battles in the Southern region produced fast times and impressive team results. Let's take a look at the highlights.
Yarmouth's Luke Lavediere, and Falmouth's Sofie Matson claim the individual titles on the day, but team plaques for to Concord NH for the boys, and Glastonbury, CT for the girls.
65 Maine schools and nearly 15 out-of-state schools will make the trip to Belfast on Saturday to run in the 16th annual Festival of Champions at Troy Howard Middle School.
This weekend in Maine XC featured two of the top girls' teams in Class A squaring off in Falmouth and two of the top male runners in Class A North facing off for the second time and three weeks.
As part of our 2017 XC preview we will spotlight each of the fastest returners based on 5k times from a year ago as part of our "Watch list". Today's spotlight is on Carolyn Todd of Greely HS.
The Southern Maine XC Classic girls meet preview
Greely clogs the top ten in both the boys' and girls' races but Freeport's Lily Horne takes the top spot in the girls' race with an early season 19:30 for a new personal best.
Top 200 Class B Girls' X-Country Returnees
Thirty-two runners, including six returners, are set for the second running of the B2B High School Mile.
Using the compare athlete feature, we match up two of the state's best returning cross country runners in Malaika Pasch and Carolyn Todd
Jeremiah Sands of Falmouth finished 7th to lead 3 other Maine boys to ALL-NE finishes. On the girls side Yarmouth's Abby Hamilton placed 9th to lead 5 other girls to top 25 finishes. Falmouth boys finished 14th to lead all boys team, while the Greely girls placed 12th.
We've ranked the top 100 sophomore girls 5k performances in 2016
As part of our 2016 XC preview we will spotlight each of the fastest returners based on 5k times from a year ago as part of our "Watch list". Today's spotlight is Carolyn Todd of Greely HS
Check out the top Girls Rookies of the Year.
Orono's Tia Tardy finished 12th at the New England XC Championship at Thetford Academy in VT to lead all Maine runners, her finish also helped Orono finish 10th overall on the girls side.
State Meet Breakdown: Freshman Girls - we've combined all the freshman from the A,B,C state meets into one list.
Freeport's Chandler Vincent finished as the state runner-up a year ago, and returned in 2015 as the favorite based on those results.
The Greely girls and Freeport Boys come into this meet as the defending champs and will look to make it two in a row.
Katherine Leggat-Barr had a slow start to her 2015 xc season because of plantar fascitis, but she's on track for another fast finish now.
Manchester Invitational: Girls Results Merge, we've taken all Maine performances from the JV, small school, and large school race and combined them.