Green Valley's girls hoped Friday would be their day. Even the Gators couldn't have expected anything quite this good.
Not many cross country fans expected Daniel Ziems to win the Division I Sunset Region meet Friday. The Palo Verde junior couldn't really blame them. He wasn't expecting it, either.
Runners in the boys Division I-A Southern Region cross country race got a good look at Chase Wood at the starting line Friday. It was the last many would see of him for the next 20 minutes.
Faith Lutheran's Chase Wood has had a cross country season to remember. The senior has won six of his seven local meets and owns the top 3-mile time in Nevada.
Green Valley's Austin Rogers has been aiming all season long to run a 3.1-mile course in less than 16 minutes. The senior finally got his wish Saturday morning in a tune-up for the postseason.
It didn't take long to determine which team would win the Lake Mead Invitational's girls large-school cross country race Saturday.
Pahrump Valley's Bryce Odegard recorded the day's fastest time en route to winning the boys sophomore race of the Bud O'Dea Frosh-Soph Finals at Palo Verde on Tuesday.
Centennial's girls cross country team couldn't have had a better day Saturday.
Basic's boys cross country team had four of the top five finishers Wednesday to win a cluster meet at Cornerstone Park with 22 points.
Johnathon Blaine won a 3.1-mile race in 16 minutes, 52.1 seconds on Tuesday to help Shadow Ridge's boys cross country team nip Centennial and win a six-team meet at Lone Mountain Park.
Erica Williams continued her outstanding cross country season Saturday.
Pahrump Valley's Bryce Odegard pulled away and easily won the Moapa Valley Invitational cross country meet Saturday in Overton.
Chase Wood won a 3.1-mile race in 16 minutes, 49 seconds on Wednesday to help Faith Lutheran's boys win a cluster meet at Cheyenne.
SOUTHERN NEVADA CROSS COUNTRY COACHES POLLS