It is time for for the MileSplit Illinois team power rankings, this is the preseason version. Our rankings are data driven and non-biased. THESE ARE NOT DUAL TEAM RANKINGS!
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Katelynne H for the individual scene and Naperville North will patrol the team block
Three time defending state champions Naperville North will face a strong challenge this season
Could see records fall here
Do not sleep on the following group of teams
The description of the top 100 IL placers nationally
Cracking the code on premium elite rankings
Let's play the pre-season rankings game
Class 3A girls state championship is going to be an epic one
Sam Sikon, Gabrielle Desroisiers; Danville girls and Oswego boys victorious at Gene Armer
The 3A portion of Boys Cross Country preview session is now here! We will be taking a look at the top 30 3A Boys in Illinois, as well as some of the other teams who might crack that top 30.
The fourth edition of the Champaign Centennial Charger Invitational went down in the books as one of the best run meets of this indoor season. The three-tiered meet is essentially a three level meet (F/S, JV, Varsity) when it comes down to times and personnel. Of course coaching staffs can deploy what ever line-ups they want in the "A", "B", "C" format. The "A" level is considered varsity though with A going last. But keep in mind the relays are one level and they are called "A."
The harse conditions did not deter the heart and effort displayed by the hundreds of young men and women competiting in the 44th Annual Pat Savage Niles West Invitational. It was 39F when the first race commenced at 9am. It perhaps picked up a degree or two but it was still COLD!
Oswego High School senior Kelsey Hjorth has had a great high school career including a recent top 25 finish at the state cross country championships, and two top ten finishes at the outdoor state meet as a junior. Her personal bests include 5:00.41 (1600 meters), 10:51.13 (3200 meters), and 17:09.00 for three miles. Those impressive times have earned her a scholarship to the University of Wisconsin where she will spend her college career as a Badger.