Check out a few images from the Class C State Championship from various photographers.
Matt McClintock of Madison won his 3rd straight Class C title, running the fastest time of the day 15:52. Carsyn Koch of Washburn repeated as the girls champion...
Heavy favorites and surprise participants alike will line up Saturday to give it their all at the state meet. (via www.pressherald.com)
When the Caribou High School boys cross country team won the 2010 Class B state championship, it was a breakthrough not only for the program but for Eastern Maine. Not...
Madison’s Matt McClintock is gunning for the course record while Messalonskee’s Harlow Ladd, Waterville’s Bethanie Brown and Maranacook’s Abby...
Check out the MaineTrackXC Class C XC State meet preview.
This meet is a qualifier for the New England XC Championship.
Additional InformationTime Schedule
Class C Girls - 11:00 A.M., Boys - 11:45 A.M.
Class A Girls - 12:30 P.M., Boys - 1:15 P.M.
Class B Girls - 2:30 P.M., Boys - 3:15 P.M.
New England Information
Individual athletes will be selected based on the results of state competition with the champion of each class and the next 22 finishers as determined by their times in the
combined Classes A, B and C being invited to represent the state.
Qualifying athletes and teams must contact George Mendros at 282-5065 or e-mail: email@example.com to verify their participation.
Six teams will qualify for New England Competition. They will be:
1. The state champions from Classes A, B and C will automatically qualify.
2. The state meet will then be rescored as one meet with all schools included in the rescoring. The teams, regardless of class, with the three best scores, not including the
state champions, will qualify.
New England regulations only allow nine entries per team. If your team qualifies, please
submit only nine names for the New England meet.
The MPA will enter all qualified athletes and teams. Information will be distributed to all
coaches in their post-season event championship packets and posted on the MPA web page. It is the parents' or school's responsibility to pay all fees, transportation, lodging, etc., for the athletes and coach.
The schools, which the qualifying athletes and teams attend, have an automatic waiver of the Sport Season Policy for the athlete and for the qualifying team. A coach may work with the qualifying athlete or team prior to the event and coach the athlete or team at the New England Competition. If a Saturday competition should be postponed to Sunday for any reason, Maine's athletes and teams will not be allowed to compete.
A coach who holds current coach's eligibility status must be present and assume responsibility for a school's athlete(s) at the New England Competition.
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