Girls FOC seeded race
Great American barn-burner in NC! Sean McGorty and Jacob Thomson fly, CBA exerts more dominance. (File photo by Joseph Bond)
Crawley, Laverty twins lead clippers at Maine XC festival of Champions.
The state's biggest HS sporting event, the Maine XC Festival of Champions race will take place Saturday in Belfast @ the Troy Howard Middle Scool. With the largest field in meet history, 72 teams, 694 girls & 930 boys will toe the line. MaineTrackXC will bring you pre-meet coverage all week, and be on site to provide the best coverage around, check it out
MaineTrackXC caught up with Cody Vachon of Massabesic this week. Check out what he had to say about FOC.
Course record, check... Meet record, check... Close teams races, check... What a great day at the Maine XC Festival of Champions. Check out all our coverage of the meet.
MaineTrackXC caught up with 2x Class C state champion Carsyn Koch this week. Check out what she had to say about FOC.
MaineTrackXC caught up with Lewiston HS top runner Mohamed Awil this week. Check out what he had to say about FOC.
MaineTrackXC caught up with FOC pre meet favorite Bethanie Brown this week. Check out what she had to say about FOC.
Josef Andrews FOC Interview
Bethanie Brown FOC Girls Winner
Colin Glencross FOC Boys Freshman Winner
Boys Seeded Race
Check out the MaineTrackXC Festival of Champions Team Preview
Brittany Bowman FOC Pre-Meet Interview
Boys Unseeded Finish
Mike Tate FOC winner
Amy Laverty FOC Girls Freshman Champion
FOC: Bryce Murdick Pre-Meet Interview
Robert Hall FOC Pre-Meet Interview
Boys Freshman FOC race
Erzsebet Nagy FOC Pre-Meet Interview
Dan Curts Interview
Liam Simpson FOC Pre-Meet Interview
Girls Seeded Awards-Top 20
Aleta Looker FOC Pre-Meet Interview
Girls Unseeded Race
Ben Allen FOC Pre-Meet Interview
2012 FOC Boys Freshmen
2012 FOC Boys Seeded
Girls Freshman FOC race
Girls Team FOC Preview
2012 FOC Girls Seeded
2012 FOC Girls Freshmen
Boys FOC Team Preview
Will Fowler FOC Unseeded Race winner
BELFAST, Maine — Race director Glendon Rand jokes that if he known what kind of monster he was creating when he dreamed up the idea of the Maine Cross Country Festival of Champions in 2002, he probably would have thought twice. That’s because 11 years after its creation, the series ... (via The Bangor Daily News)
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