Boys Cross Country
CROWN POINT | Last year, the top three boys cross country teams at the Crown Point Regional eventually went on to the state finals.
NEW CARLISLE | Region cross country teams have played musical chairs all season, knowing someone's going to be left without a seat at the upcoming semistate.
Crown Point Regional
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP | First the Duneland Athletic Conference meet, now the sectional.
When they're running, there isn't much difference among Hebron's closely-bunched sophomore trio of Scott Crawley, Joe MacNeill and Parker Nuest.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | You can excuse Kyleigh Werner for being teary-eyed after becoming only the third runner in Porter County Conference Championship history to capture three titles.
Duneland Athletic Conference
NEW CHICAGO | Before every River Forest cross country meet, junior Christopher Ramos gathers the nine Ingots on the small-school team, they lock arms and bow their heads.
HIGHLAND | On a beautiful fall morning, the sun casts a long shadow from behind the runners as they finish with the sun on their backs on the track at Highland.
CULVER | With five of the top 10 Indiana boys teams in Indiana plus powers from Illinois and Ohio, the elite race in Saturday's massive Culver Academies Invitational was its usual measuring stick for area programs.
It's easier to follow than to lead.
For every single one of the thousand-plus runners at the New Prairie Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, there was a story of how he or she got to where each is in a high school career.
NEW CARLISLE | It's been a hectic week for Kyleigh Werner, what with preparations for homecoming at South Central, where she was named queen Friday, three cross country meets, a powder puff football game and, oh yeah, the golf sectional.
It's been more than 30 years since Tim Adams ran for New Prairie, but some things don't fade with time.
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