We caught up with Gorham High School sprint standout Andrew Farr
Articles with Gorham High School
Maine State XC Girls Individual Champions 1978 - Present
Elisabeth Loranger led the Gorham Rams to a perfect score victory on Friday in SMAA XC action against South Portland
Calvin Cummings of Gorham won a SMAA meet on Friday on his home course as he led the Rams to a team victory.
Photo galleries from the SMAA cross-country between Gorham and Windham
Elisabeth Loranger of Gorham won the SMAA opening meet on her home course, leading the Rams to a perfect score team victory.
Calvin Cummings of Gorham High School opened his season with a win on his home course.
Today we feature #6, Reed Henderson of Gorham HS in our XC Watchlist countdown.
With September coming to a close in one more day it's time to look back at the first five weeks of the 2019 cross country season.
As part of our 2019 XC preview we will spotlight the top 15 returning runners on the "Watch list". Today's spotlight is on Kate Tugman (Gorham HS)
As part of our 2019 XC preview we will spotlight the top 15 returning runners on the "Watch list". Today's spotlight is on Iris Kitchen (Gorham HS)
Gorham senior Kate Tugman talks about "Changing Your Headline" in her second blog post of the fall.
Kate Tugman of Gorham writes about the summer ending and pre-season beginning in XC Blog #1
We caught up with freshman sprint star Andrew Farr to ask him a few questions about his rookie campaign.
SMAA Girls Indoor Top 25 Event Returners
SMAA Boys Indoor Top 25 Event Returners
Maine Natives Headed To XC Nationals
We take a look at the top 100 harriers in each grade for both genders. Check out where you stand or what you will need to run in order to be ranked in the top 100.
Falmouth's Sofie Matson beat off challenges from Kate Tugman and Jillian RIchardson to repeat as Class A Champion. Bonny Eagle with senior leadership and freshman fire claimed the team title.
Deering senior Alec Troxell had the fastest time of the day with his winning Class A 16:51.53 effort, while Sofie Matson of Falmouth was the fastest female as she won Class A in 19:22.73
Southern Maine XC Regional Preview
The 2nd annual Hoka Southern Maine XC Classic will take place at Naragansett School in Gorham on Saturday.
WATCH The Coffins Battle To The Finish Again @ Marshwood(via MileSplit)
Supporting a scholarship the Laliberte Invitational celebrates 19 years. Mt. Ararat takes the combined Boys & Girls team title.
Salute to Seniors: Anthony Chase (Gorham HS)
New Balance Outdoor Nationals Day 1 Highlights
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #8
State Championship weekend! Here's everything you need to know from all three state meets
Defending its 2107 State Class A Title Cheverus sprinted to a second consecutive title. 2019 should be a good year for the young Stags too.
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #6
Thornton Academy Sweeps Southwestern Titles
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #5
Around the 207 with Sam Bonsey Week #2
With the outdoor track practices underway we will take a look at the top 25 returners by event and by class, today's event the 1600m racewalk
Maine Athletes Entered To Compete At New Balance Indoor Nationals
New England Championship Live Updates
Catching Up With Champions: Class A State Meet Interviews
Class A State Indoor Track & Field Championship Meet Preview
USM Relays: Closing Out 2017 With a Bang
MaineTrackXC selects the top sophomore girls in the state for 2017
Maine Track & Cross Country Coaches Association 2017 All-State Cross Country Team
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
While out-of-state teams took both the boys' and girls' races at the Festival of Champions, there was still much to be celebrated for Maine teams and athletes.
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.
Close finishes from around the state and the 43rd running of the Manchester Invitational highlighted the weekend that was in Maine XC. Let's take a look at the top moments from the weekend.
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.
The first Southern Maine XC Classic was a huge success. Both boys' & girls' course records were broken, and hundreds on personal bests were run.
The Southern Maine XC Classic girls meet preview
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 Iris Kitchen of Gorham HS.
We are spotlighting the returning state champions from last winter, check out Anna Slager of Gorham the Class A Mile & 2 Mile champion from 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 Anna Slager of Gorham HS
We start to dig a little deeper into our stats database this week as we look at Classification rankings. Next up the Top 100 Fastest Returning 5k Girls times for Class A
Check out our spotlight on Anna Slager of Gorham HS the 2016 Class A Mile & 2 Mile Champion
I can't believe that I am sitting here 3 years and 3 months, or 4 seasons later looking back on it all. I never truly thought something, which I took up to get in shape, could become such a large part of my life. I can still remember my first practice, first team dinner, first win, first awards night.
This post is going to be a little different from my first two. It's not going to be super happy, but it's going to be more recent.
The XC season is entering an exciting time…Regionals and States are this month! I love running this time of the year: the cool air, the changing colors of the trees, and pumpkin everything.
As part of our 2015 XC preview we will spotlight each of the fastest returners based on 5k times from a year ago as part of our "Watch list".
Hey everyone, I’m Jesse Southard and I am going to be another one of the bloggers this fall. I am starting my senior year at Gorham High School and, like many seniors, have been dealing with the large and complicated process of the college search.
As part of our 2015 XC preview we will spotlight each of the fastest returners based on 5k times from a year ago as part of our "Watch list".
What team could be ready to make a leap into the contending teams, let's look at the outdoor 3200m times from this spring, as we rank the top 10 teams.
Everyone in Class A will be chasing the "Red Storm" the defending champions. Scarborough is poised to repeat this fall with their top 3 all having run 16:43 or under a year ago.
Here are the top 25 fastest returning boys cross country teams in the state of Maine generated based off the 2014 season best 5K cross country times in the MileSplit database from each of the team's top 7 returnees.
We are highlighting some of the top individuals during the 2014 XC season, check out our interview with Anna Slager of Gorham
Yahye Hussein of Deering and Anna Slager of Gorham ran themselves to victory today at Westbrook High as Gorham, Deering, Noble, and Westbrook battled it out on a deceivingly difficult course.
As part of our 2014 XC preview we will spotlight each of the fastest returners based on 5k times from a year ago as part of our "Watch list" we will continue to add runners to the "Watch list" as we progress throughout the fall.
One of the best things about MaineTrackXC is our extensive results database that includes most results from the time we started the site until today. We're going take a look back at the top indoor/outdoor teams at various events over the next couple of weeks. Make sure you check back each day to see what event
The Maine Running Company Indoor Track Performance of the Week voting is complete for week #1. On the girls side Thornton Academy sprinter Alexandra Pettaway was selected for her 7.68 clocking in the 55m dash. On the boys there was a tie between Gorham Jon Gray & Deering Hany Ramadan.
The boys and girls of Deering, Noble, Westbrook, and Gorham dealt with the same wonderful conditions that the rest of the State did…rain and plenty of mud.
The Jack Wilkinson Invitational was held at the new trails at Narragansett School in Gorham this afternoon. Gorham's Jesse Southard dominated the boys race, as he set the course record with a 16:51 for 5k. On the girls side Bonny Eagle's mary Szatkowski took the win as she set the girls course record with a 20:43. Gorham boys took the win, while Bonny Eagle girls prevailed as well.
It's August, and that can mean one thing. XC season is just about upon us. While you get ready to run the Beach to Beacon, lets take a look at the the top returning teams for Class A Boys XC in 2013
It was a great 2012-2013 in both cross country and track across the Great State of Maine. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
The Maine Running Company Outdoor Track Performance of the Week voting is complete for week #5. On the girls side Laura Turner of Gorham took home the honors, while the boys winner was Brunswick's Jamie Ross
Julian Nijkamp of Gorham was diagnosed with a rare disease, yet remains a top-notch hurdler. (via www.pressherald.com)
Each week we will recap every meet that happened during the previous week, it will include results, photos, videos & any standout performances. Make sure you keep updated on what's going on across this state, this will be your one stop for it all.
It was a great 2011-2012 in both cross country and track across the Great State of Maine. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
The Gorham Rams and Scarborough Red Storm girls tied for the team title at Scarborough Relays. The meet saw the all-time state record for the 800m spront medley fall as well
The Maine Running Company Indoor Track Performance of the Week voting is complete for week #5. On the girls side all around standout Sarah Perkins (Gorham) took top honors by one vote. Perkins won 3 individual events (55 Hurdles, 200 & HJ) at the SMAA Southwesterns championships meet. Sarah ran 8.68 to win the hurdles, she currently holds ME #1 in the event. In the 200m she was just off her league record and her own state leader with a 26.05, and she matched her own state leader in the HJ with a clearance of 5-2. Perkins has been dominate this season as evidenced by her 4 state leading performances. On the boys side Deering's shot put standout Bryan White was selected based on his huge throw of 53-10 3/4 which won the SMAA sr division title, and increased his own state leader. White has been the state leader all year long and currently ranks #47 nationally. White the defending Class A outdoor champion looks poised to repeat that feat indoor in 2 weeks.
The Maine Running Company Indoor Track Performance of the Week voting is complete for week #3. On the girls side new PVC long jump record holder sophomore Tiffany Gray (Bangor)edged Sarah Perkins of Gorham by two votes to earn top honors. Gray popped off a huge personal best in the long jump 17-4 3/4, the mark broke the PVC league record held by former Brewer standout Jen Puiia by 1/2 foot. Tiffany is ranked #1 in the state in both the LJ & TJ. In the triple she hit a NBIN emerging elite mark of 36-0. On the boys side for the first time a relay team was selected as the winner, the Gorham Boys 4x200 team of Ryan Baillargeon, Austin Bell, Brandon Cushman & Nate Bucknell set a new SMAA open 4x200 record with their state leading clocking on 1:35.22 in the final regular season meet of the SMAA season. Gorham has set the standard high in the 4x200 this season as they also have the fastest Jr. 4x200 & Sr. 4x200 Relay times heading into the Southwesterns in two weeks.
Sarah Perkins of Gorham continued her string of impressive races with a new state leading time in the 200m of 26.59 today during the SMAA regular season meet @ USM. For Perkins this was an indoor personal best, & the only sub 27 clocking in the state. Perkins currently holds state leader at 55m hurdles, 200M, & HJ as well as the Class A leader for 55m. Check out the rest of the action
Week 1 MaineTrackXC Athlete/Fan XC poll is now posted. Check to see who the athletes & fans think are the top 12 teams. Thanks to those who voted. Spread the word to teammates & others so we can have more participation throughout the season
Cheverus's Jack Terwilliger conitnued his outstanding spring by adding his 3rd state leading performance this time at 3200m. Jack clocked 9:39.2 to improve the state leading time 15+ seconds. Terwilliger lead a strong field that had all 5 scorers under the state provisonal qualifying mark. The Gorham Rams were strong as a team taking down Cheverus, Kennebunk & Massbesic. To see the rest of the top performers click the headline. RACE VIDEO OF 9:39 POSTED 5/12
Week 5 Poll of MaineTrackXC Athlete/Fan XC poll is now posted. Check to see who the athletes & fans think are the top 12 teams. Thanks to those who voted. Spread the word to teammates & others so we can have more participation throughout the season Cheverus Girls remain on top while Scarborough regains the top spot in Week 5 polls......
Week 2 Poll of MaineTrackXC Athlete/Fan XC poll is now posted. Check to see who the athletes & fans think are the top 12 teams. Thanks to those who voted. Spread the word to teammates & others so we can have more participation throughout the season Cheverus Girls & Scarborough Boys top Week 2 polls......
Week 1 Poll of MaineTrackXC Athlete/Fan XC poll is now posted. Check to see who the athletes & fans think are the top 12 teams. Thanks to those who voted. Spread the word to teammates & others so we can have more participation throughout the season Cape Elizabeth Girls & Scarborough Boys top Week 1 polls......
Pre-Season Poll of MaineTrackXC Athlete/Fan XC poll is now posted. Check to see who the athletes & fans think are the top 12 teams. Thanks to those who voted during week #1. Spread the word to teammates & others so we can have more participation throughout the season Cheverus Girls & Scarborough Boys top pre-season polls......
When the Cheverus High cross country teams began preseason practice this week, they did so without either of the coaches who guided them to Class A state championships last fall. (via www.pressherald.com)
(Taylor Dundas (Cheverus) held off teammate Jack Terwilliger (Cheverus) for the win) The 10th annual Jack Wilkinson Memorial XC meet was held at St. Joe college in Standish this afternoon. Emily Durgin (Cheverus) captures the girls race in her first race as a Cheverus Stag, running to a course record 19:21. On the boys side it was Cheverus senoir Taylor Dundas holding off teammate Jack Terwilliger 17:16 to 17:17 To read race recaps click on the headline... Girls Results Boys Results
Week #4 of The Maine Milesplit Athlete/Fan XC poll is now posted. Check to see who the athletes & fans think are the top 12 teams. Thanks to those who voted during week #4. Spread the word to teammates & others so we can have more participation next week. Last week we had a record number of voters, let's have even more next week.
Milesplit's: Maine XC Festival of Champions Boys Team Meet Preview....Click to read more about the contending teams....
2008 MTCCA Week #5 Coaches Poll. Cape Elizabeth girls get 10 first place votes in the girl's poll to remain on top. While Greely boys get 9 first place votes to remain in the top spot. Check it out and compare to the fan poll tomorrow...
2008 MTCCA Week #4 Coaches Poll. Cape Elizabeth girls get 11 first place votes in the girl's poll to remain on top. While Greely boys get 7 first place votes to remain in the top spot for the 2nd straight week. Check it out and compare to the fan poll...
Freshman Abbey Leonardi (Kennebunk) broke the SMAA Relay record with a 8:45 over th 1.6 mile course, she took 2 seconds from the previous record held by Erica Jesseman (Scarborough) who is now a top runner at UNH. Nate Hathaway (Scarborough) took control of the boys race at 800m and never relented as he took the race with a 7:56 clocking. Scarborough Boys showed great depth as they took the team title, while the Scarborough girls pulled it out in the 5th race as Erin McElwain proved the difference.
2008 MTCCA Week #1 Coaches Poll. Cape Elizabeth girls get all ten first place votes. While the Scarborough boys get 4 first place votes to start the season ranked #1.
Freshman sensation Emily Durgin (Bonny Eagle) didn't disappoint in her first HS 5k of her career as she blazed to victory at the 9th annual Jack Wilkinson Memorial XC race held at Cheverus HS with an time of 19:09!!!!! Yes 19:09 that's not a misprint. Her win led the Bonny Eagle Scots to a team victory as well. On the boys side, Taylor Dundas (Jr. Cheverus) led wire-to-wire with a 17:21, which led the Stags to a team victory
The battle for the team title this fall is sure to be a fight with several of the top teams from last fall returning key members of their squads. Scarborough the defending champion returns their entire top 7 as does Thornton Academy. Bonny Eagle, Cheverus & McAuley all have strong teams returning as well. There are sure to be some great races this fall, with any number of teams capable of winning the championship. What team will establish itself as the favorite during the regular season? What impact will the newcomers have on the individual title? Stay tuned
With the 2008 XC season nearly upon us, it is time to look at the contenders for both team and individual glory this fall in the Western Maine Class A. The season is sure to provide XC fans in Southern Maine with the opportunity to watch several top notch athletes chase their dream of a state title come late November.