Although there is no official state meet, it's not an issue. The ultimate crew break down the boy version of Shazam Championship
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It has been a great year of ranking teams this season in terms of subjectiveness
Team rankings are an established part of the running experience
We are in week seven of the cross country season. Check out and see where your favorite team is situated
We are in the middle of the season and teams are starting to formulating itself
We are moving right along now as we past the half-way portion of the season
Welcome back to the hottest subjective rankings in the game. We are on to week #4
Things start to heat up a bit as we enter the fall season known as cross country season!
All of the pre-season rankings are in as we reveal the top ranked pre-season squads for 2020; Congrats to the Monticello Sages
Here are the introductory teams in our subjective top 25 girls docket
The dynamics of this championship will be interesting
There are some notable changes throughout each class
There was a significant change in the rankings structure
The usual suspects are on the scene. But there are some new faces in the crowd as well
There was some significant damage done to the rankings this past week. Check them out!
The Trojans look to run the table this season
The Rockets shoot straight to the top of the charts
The final 9 teams are all here!
Here is the best of the best
Let's play the pre-season rankings game
Class A girls state preview
The rankings countdown goes to #11
He might go down in Illinois annals as a top five runner of all-time. That kind of talk is subjective anyway and is up for debate. However, what isn’t up for debate is the 2013 track season that Chicago St. Ignatius graduate Jack Keelan had. The Stanford bound star produced one of the most dominating seasons in state history.
It was a great 2011-2012 in both cross country and track across the state of Illinois. 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.