Week 2 of the IHSAA State Tournament is underway. Take a peek at our regional predictions being released throughout the week
This year we will be giving you previews and our predictions from ALL 32 SECTIONALS in Indiana. 4 Sectionals per day, Tuesday through Friday, up until October 6th.
Indiana's top senior girls has committed to her college of choice
Last year the Ben Davis course was plagued with rain. This year it is dry and slightly modified. Could that hurt some athletes going into to Saturday's MIC Championships? We'll find out Saturday morning!
If you weren't at the Riverview Health Invite this past Saturday, you surely missed a great one. And the first one in years that the course wasn't flooded.
No longer being called Flashrock, and finally a year with rain not expected, the Riverview Health Invitational is looking to show some top talent this year.
Cool weather helped attribute to some quick feet at the Ben Davis Invite
This year's Ben Davis Invite will look a little different than last years. In terms of the weather and the course. With weather supposed to be in the mid-50's to low-60's times all around should be fast.
Top competition set to compete at the Marion Invitational. Great races all around this weekend!
Check out how some of the state's top athletes performed at the Hamilton County Meet on August 29th.
Take a look at how the Carmel coaches feel this season is heating up and what else they had to say about the Greyhounds
Take a look at what head coach Phil Yoder had to say about the 2017 XC season
Lawrence North Girls look strong against a highly packed up HSE team. Fendel makes his senior year debut.
With the summer winding down and cross country season picking up, take a look at the 10 boys to watch going into this season.
Cross Country season has officially kicked off in Indiana. The season is still young, so take a look at the top 10 girls to keep an eye on this season
Tyler Schwartz, 2016's cross country state champion, wants to improve and makes this season even better than last. Find out what she had to say about last year and her hopes for this season.
Take a look how Indiana Athletes did in Illinois at the Detweiller at Dark race.
Indiana Track and Field concluded Friday and Saturday at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex at Indiana University Bloomington with state finals.
The rain held out just for in time for regionals to take place in Indianapolis. With 39 schools and 369 athletes slated to compete the night looked stacked and long.
Finally! Good weather for a track meet in Indiana. It may have taken until the week of regionals but good weather has shown up, at least for the girls side. Over on the west side of Indianapolis, Regional 1 was taking place at Ben Davis High School. 18 state standards were hit, with 2 new regional records set as well.
The girls raced on Tuesday, and now it’s the boys turn here on Thursday. With the weather at 87 degrees and the wind at sw 15mph in central Indiana, athletes were competing in weather they haven’t had much time to get accustomed to so far this track season.
32 sectionals in one night. That’s what happens every May in Indiana to kick off the state tournament for high school track and field. The girls race on Tuesday and the boys go on Thursday. There’s more than corn in Indiana, there’s also some pretty fast runners.
The Hoosier Crossroads Conference and records seemed to go hand in hand this week, with the girls starting off the week competing at Fishers HS and the boys rounding it out on Thursday at Zionsville Community HS.
In Hamilton County, the focus has been on HSE star Junior Gabe Fendel, but Monday it was a different story. Carmel Senior Ryan Lipe became the star of Hamilton County.
Interview with Senior Taylor Nicholson, top returner in the girls 1600m
Interview with New Balance Nationals Indoor High Jump Champ Rahman Minor
Interview with Indoor State Champ Gabe Fendel.
Interview with the indoor 3200 state champ Sophia Rigg of Zionsville Community.