Watch the championship girls race from NXN Southwest!
McKay Johns gave the American Fork Cavemen a sweep of the top two sophomore positions at NXR-SW 2014. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Aubrey Argyle of Davis (UT) posted the #2 sophomore girls time--behind Lauren Gregory--from NXR-SW. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Over 3,000 photos from NXN Southwest! Check them out!
Mountain Vista (CO) freshman Allie Chipman led all freshman girls at Saturday's running of NXR-SW. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Logan Simington of Thompson Valley (CO) logged the second-fastest time of any freshman at NXR-SW on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Championship boys race footage from the 2014 NXN Southwest Regional.
Cami Squires and Sammy Hollingsworth lead the American Fork charge midway through the girls championship race. Photo by Alan Versaw.
American Fork team sweep! Katie Rainsberger (CO) 17:11 & Josh Collins (UT) 14:54 individual champs!
Hawks Running (Volcano Vista) will be running in the Boys Open 2-White Race at the NXN-SW Regional. Photo by Holly Patterson.
Top 21 best sophomore boys performers from the month of November in the nation.
The top 21 sophomore girls XC performers in the nation from the last 4 weeks!
The Los Alamos Boys were the top team in the Merged State Results and look to led New Mexico's contingent at NXN-SW. Photo by Holly Patterson.
Top 50 fastest girls cross country teams in the NXN Southwest Region states.
Top 50 fastest boys cross country teams in the NXN Southwest Region states.
Click here for the start lists for NXR-SW 2014.
Watch the trailer of On The Rise: Allie Ostrander, part of a new MileSplit original video series.
NXN Midwest & Northwest, Ostrander races for first time since early October, suprise Michiganders go big!
Top 500 boys 5K cross country times in the NXN Southwest Region states as of November 18th.
Based on Desert Twilight and overall season performance, Katie Rainsberger looks like the one to beat at NXR-SW. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Top 500 girls 5K cross country times in the NXN Southwest Region states as of November 18th.
Paul Roberts, though running in Colorado's smallest classification, brings the best state meet time from the Centennial State to NXR-SW. Photo by Renee Haip.
La Cueva's trio of Mason Swanson, Natashe Bernal, and Mackenzie Everett led the Bears to a repeat as State Champions. Photo by Holly Patterson.
Get the lowdown on the standout underclassmen across the nation
Navajo Pine's Terrance Lee made it two on the day at Rio Rancho High School. Photo by Holly Patterson.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal and Mason Swanson led their Bear teammates to a Championship repeat. Photo by Holly Patterson.
As state meets come to a close the Sacony Flo50 Rankings continue to heat up!
Aztec Tiger Alum Rachel Kresl ran to runner-up honors at the RMAC Chamionships in Gunnison, Co. this past Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Is this the week a new #1 is crowned?
NXN Regionals have begun, super fast state meets, off the wall 8th graders, and... another deadly debut!
Cora Cannedy and her Taos teammates set of very high standard for small school girls cross country at the New Mexico state meet on Saturday. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
East Mountain's Alex Heffelfinger will be positioned at the front of the pack during the 4A Boys Cross Country Championship. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Madison Foley and her Hilltopper teammates aim for their sixth team title in a row. Photo by Blake Wood.
The Navajo Prep Lady Eagles will be looking to claim the top prize in Saturday's 3A Girls Cross Country Championship. Photo by Sampson Sage.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal looks to finish the 2014 New Mexico Cross Country season with a couple State Titles. Photo by Blake Wood.
Jemez Valley's Valene Madalena looks to lead her teammates in a tight 1A/2A battle Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A list of the top 200 fastest boys 5K performers from the Foot Locker West Region states as of November 6th.
Volcano Vista's Sierra Quinones has been an integral part of the Hawk pack since seeing the light and switching to Cross Country. Photo by Volcano Vista Athletics.
Miyamura's Niles Thomas separated himself early on his was to the District 1-5A individual title. Photo by Holly Patterson.
It was Confernce week for Division I Cross Country and many New Mexico Alumni were in action. Cover Art by Sampson Sage.
Jimmy breaks down the past weekend's state meet highlights including some impressive records that went down
Desert Academy's Taylor Bacon has been a prominent part of the Wildcat attack since 2010. Photo by Wink Bacon.
Let's vote on Who's #1 state in high school cross country! On Wednesday, we will reveal our top 15!
The District 1-5A girls team battle will be tight as Aztec, Gallup, Miyamura, and Piedra Vista all have aspirations of competing next weekend. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Look for Taos' Roy Madrid in the lead pack at the District 2-4A Meet. Photo by Blake Wood.
Volcano Vista's Rebecca Castillo has been a staple for the Hawks since 2011. Photo by Cami Moses.
East Mountain's Addison Rauch will lead the Lady Timberwolves against the rest of District 3/4-4A. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
This weekend's cuts for Rio Rancho won't be so drastic for District 4. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Albuquerque Academy's Jordan Lesansee will be leading his Charger teammates in the District 5-5A Meet this weekend. Photo by Blake Wood.
See how your times rank and matchup against other top teams and individuals in their NXN regional
Taos' Hannah Gunther (center) has been an anchor for the Tigers since 2010. Photo by Cody Olivas.
With the Colorado and Utah state meets now completed, what's left to settle of this is from Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. Those state finish up their state meets on November 8.
As a Belen cornerstone, senior Jared Garcia completes one of New Mexico's best 1-2 tandems. Photo by Belen Athletics.
The potpourri of jerseys at the Los Alamos Invite is a reminder that the Cross Country season is coming to a close. Photo by Blake Wood.
Check out the 21 top freshmen boys XC performers nationally from the month of October below split into a first, second, and third team of Future Stars. Presented by Hoka One One.
La Cueva's Mackenzie Everett has been a driving force for the Bears since 2013. Photo by Phyllis Smith.
This past weekend the largest XC meet in the world was held and the state meet train is at full blast. Jimmy breaks down an exciting weekend of XC!
Estancia's Jakob Bernal has been a cornerstone for the Bears since 2011. Photo by Grant Heffelfinger.
Check out the 21 top freshmen girls XC performers nationally from the month of October below split into a first, second, and third team of Future Stars. Presented by Hoka One One.
It was a bit of a slow weekend for New Mexico's Alumni. Cover art by Sampson Sage.
MileSplit.com, Flocasts’ channel dedicated to the 24/7 coverage of high school track and field and cross-country, is seeking a senior national site editor to join our team in Austin, Tx.
The determined Regan Werito has been providing a low stick for Ruidoso since 2012. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Santa Fe Prep's Sarah Raboff has been a staple for the Griffins since 2013. Photo by Nicole Whitten.
Belen's Aaron Valenzuela has been a fixture at the front of the New Mexico race scene since 2012. Photo courtesy of Belen Athletics.
Taos' Mateo Vigil (bib #756) has been an integral part of the Tiger attack since 2012. Photo by Adonis Trujillo.
Each month, MileSplit will be selecting 21 sophomore girls as part of the Future Stars of XC Team presented by Hoka One One building into the end of season team to be finalized in early December. Check out the top sophomore girls XC performers nationally from the month of October split into a first, second, and third team of Future Stars.
Check out the 21 top sophomore boys XC performers nationally from the second month of cross country (October) split into a first, second, and third team of Future Stars.
Familiar San Juan County foes will square off Friday afternoon at the Kirtland Invitational. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Taos' Roy Madrid has been one part of the Tigers potent 1-2 punch during the 2014 Cross Country Season. Photo by Stephanie Madrid.
The lead pack of the Girls Championship Race is a "Who's Who" of New Mexico XC. Photo by Blake Wood.
It could very easily be that the Rio Rancho girls end up as the youngest team on the NXR-SW starting line, but it would be a mistake to underestimate them on account of that. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Eldorado's Melia Macias has been an integral member of the Eagles since switching from Soccer. Photo by Leir Martuccio.
Jimmy gives the low down on all the XC action across America.
High school cross country in February? You'd better believe it! Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
SFIS Alumni Christian Gering ran to the top of the Fort Lewis College record books at the Ft. Hays St. Tiger Open. Photo by Brianna Archuleta/Sports Fanatic Photography.
Santa Fe senior Victoria Quintana (bib# 66) has been a cornerstone for the Demons since 2011. Photo by Patrick Quintana.
Miyamura's Niles Thomas leads the Boys Championship race in its early stages. Photo by Blake Wood.
Runners will be firing off the line in Saturday's Varsity division races at the Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Los Alamos, Santa Teresa, and Roswell will all be running in the girls Championship race at Saturday's Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Onate Knights will be one of 32 teams to take the starting line in the Championship Race at Saturday's Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Since 2004 the Nike Cross Nationals has brought the fastest high school cross country teams and athletes in the country to Portland, Oregon to compete for the ultimate prize – a national championship. In its 11th year, the Nike Cross Nationals will be contested for the first time ever at Glendoveer Golf Course.
American Fork and Desert Vista retain their top spots in the rankings, but some recent meets have clearly had their impact in the rankings.
Saturday morning will be full of racing at both the Rio Grande XC Invitational and Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Let's review the XC action from this past weekend's meets. Cover art by Sampson Sage.
Auburn's Kevin Wyss was named the SEC Freshman Runner of the Week following his performance at the Florida State Invitational, the conference office announced Tuesday. (via www.auburntigers.com)
The picture is starting to look brighter once again for Heather Holt and her Fort Collins teammates. Photo by Ashley Green.
MileSplit got the juice coast to coast this past weekend, which included some stellar performances as some of the nation's best went head to head.
Last week was a relatively quite week for most New Mexico Alumni. Cover art by Sampson Sage.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal returned to the Albuquerque Academy XC Course and notched another impressive victory. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Familiar Metro foes Albuquerque Academy, La Cueva, St. Pius X, and Sandia will face-off in Saturday's Metro Championships. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
While not in the same race, Valencia's Carisma Lovato and most of the Albuquerque Academy field will be in action this weekend. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Cibola's Chris Harlow scored a nice victory last friday at the Highland Invitational. Photo courtesy Alan Versaw.
In the latest Run Junkie HS, Jimmy breaks down the top highlights from the first weekend of XC action in October!
While Desert Vista was dominating down in Arizona, Monarch and Cherry Creek were renewing their vows of rivalry in Colorado. Photo by Ashley Green.
The start of the girls varsity race at the 2014 Onate Rob Winter XC Invitational saw 18 teams firing off at the gun. Photo by Kelly Salas.
The Los Alamos Hilltoppers will be toeing the line at the Desert Twilight Invitational in Casa Grande, Arizona Friday Evening. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
A list of the top 50 fastest boys individual 5K times in the Foot Locker West Region states prior to October 4th weekend.
Santa Fe Indian School Alum Christian Gering (pictured above at the Joe Vigil Invite) led the Fort Lewis Skyhawks last weekend at the Roy Grial Invite. Photo by Brianna Archuleta/Sports Fanatic Photography.
It was difficult to miss the Albuquerque Academy presence at the front of their own invitational on Friday. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
"Upset City Baby!" as Dick Vitale would say...the US #1 ranked girls team as well as the defending NXN girls champions both go down in the same weekend. This week's Run Junkie HS highlights the best of the September 27th meets.