Fifty years of champions. Fifty years of record-breaking performances. Fifty years of memories.
Coen Roberts just keeps winning.
St. Joseph's Ava Dobson appears primed for a strong ending to her senior season.
This season has been moving as fast as runners are on courses all over the state and beyond.
It's a high-five for Riverside.
Coen Roberts did it again. This time, he just did it better.
In Class AAAA, Daniel girls will look for another championship after taking down Hilton Head.
Dorman coach Jeff Buys is optimistic that his team can put itself in a position to be in the running for a repeat.
It should literally be a battle down to the wire between defending 5A champion Dorman and runner-up Riverside again this season.
If Tedreauna Britt is wearing a red, white and blue uniform, you can bet she's going to give it her all.
Like anyone else, Sam Gilman has had obstacles.
Every second is critical in track and field. The same applies to life.
Colin Baker is headed to Foot Locker Nationals, and his inspiration to get there came from a welcome source
Colin Baker is a perfect example of achieving a goal if setting the mind to it.
T.L. Hanna's cross country girls were described as the "shake and bake team" in 1993.
Last weekend saw one of the state's top girls runner return and in a fine fashion.
The first month of the cross country season included a hurricane, heat and heavy competition.
Eight different meets were held across the Carolinas and Georgia with several in-state runners and teams shining at the end.
Heat and humidity partly stopped the Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic. But, the elements couldn't halt Daniel from having a banner day.
The five-time defending state champion Warriors claimed another notch in their belt with a 52-86 victory against Hillgrove in the International Girls Division at the Eye Opener.
Dorman knows its road to a second straight 5A state championship will be more of an uphill climb.
Ian Kimbrell hopes to one day have the same success that his dad, Dorman girls cross country coach Jerry Kimbrell, has enjoyed over the past dozen years.