9/5/2015 will go down as the first true weekend of competition in Illinois as the vast majority of Illinois teams and individuals shed some of their summer training in return for quality performances. Cross Country season is indeed in full effect.
Minooka girls coach Kevin Gummerson talks about his team's awesome team victory at the loaded Hinsdale Invitational
Neuqua Valley boys head coach Paul Vandersteen discussed his boys tough victory at Hinsdale; he also talked about the word surrounding the Naperville Twi-light meet and new changes in sponsors
Blake Evertsen won his first major invitational title in 15:00. He discussed it
3rd place finisher Connor Horn talked about his fine effort in assisting his team to victory
Palatine Senior Kelly O'Brien talked about her 3rd place finish and what's next on her plate
Lindsey Payne of Glenbard West breaks the meet record and talks about her awesome race
Tutt and Shelton answer a few quick questions coming out of the finish chute
Check out the Hinsdale Invitational- boys and girls raw footage to the max of each race
Mother Nature showed a variety of attitude on the dawn of Saturday morning. She heaped thunder, lightening, rain, humidity, and other maladies that can impact cross country races. But the shows were able to go on as they say.
The win gives hope to Glenbard West HS fans after last night's announcement that team leader and defending state XC champion Lindsay Graham will sit out the fall season due to injury
Photos by Colin B Photography ColinBPhotography@gmail.com
For the first time in MileSplit Illinois history, we will have live coverage at three different venues simultaneously. That's right, this Saturday there will be a team blanketing the state: Granite City Invitational in the southern sector, The John Kurtz Early Invite at Fenton as well as the Hinsdale Hornet-Devil Invitational. MileSplit Illinois will bring top notch footage from all three sites.