North Allegheny became the first Pennsylvania team in state history to win both girls and boys team titles in Class AAA. Now the Tigers eye NXR-Northeast.
Which boys dropped the most time from last year's state meet to this year's state meet?
States is behind us and the latest rankings are here!
67 girls saw a time improvement from last year's state meet. Who made the cut?
For the first time since 2009, a ninth grader won in AAA!
Anderson became the first junior to win in AAA since 2014 and the first Mount Lebanon runner since 2000 to win an XC state title.
Using the state meet results, who are the top returners in the PIAA?
Marlee came on strong in the second half of the race to run away with her second straight AA state crown and fifth overall PA state crown.
Using the state meet results, which girls are the top returners in PA?
Patrick Anderson ran by Zach Kinne and Dan McGoey for the individual win, as North Allegheny won the team title!
In our latest release of the MileSplit50 individual rankings, Northern's Marlee Starliper jumps up the charts
Just a freshman, Jenna Mulhern bested a good field to win her first state title, while the North Allegheny girls were dominant in the team race winning by 41 points.
Jonah Powell came home first in a close individual race, while Greensburg Salem combined frontrunning with depth to win the team title.
Marlee Starliper held off a challenge from Taryn Parks to win her second straight AA title, while Central Cambria returned to the top of PA for the first time since 2014.
Check out shots from PTXC photographers Don Rich, Howard Anderson, and Phil Grove!
The Jenkintown boys put on a show, winning the Class A team title, led by individual champion Jack Miller.
North Allegheny's boys worked in tandem at the top of the Class AAA race in PA to pull out a victory
Loyalsock's Isabel Sagar ran away with the individual crown, while Marion Center. with a strong squad across the board, claimed its first state title.
Highlights from all 6 PIAA Championship races!
Tons of interviews with the best-of-the-best from a busy PIAA State Championships!
Complete results from the state meet have been posted!
All the updates from the state meet in Hershey!
All our states previews content in one spot!
We have video of the final 2K of the course!
Have a look at the Hershey course ahead of Saturday's state meet (not including the amended final mile)
We ranked the top 10 overall teams, top 25 overall individuals, and top 5 teams by classification in the latest MileSplit50 rankings!
It will be a wild three-team battle for the state title, while the individual race figures to be interesting, as well!
How will the AAA boys race play out using 5K season bests?
North Allegheny is the team to beat, but the Tigers will have challengers! It's Schupansky vs. Mulhern for the individual title with a number of other looking for the upset!
A look at how the AAA girls race would play out using 5K season bests.
There's a lot of talent in AA, but no shortage of contenders in what should be a very exciting day for team and individual wins.
How would the 2A boys team race at states play out on paper using 5K season bests?
The contingency course that was used during the PIAA Foundation Invitational will be used for the state meet.
Marlee Starliper chases history in a crazy-deep AA. The team race will be close with Central Cambria, Danville, and Northern among the top teams.
Ranking the 200 fastest boys times in A, AA, and AAA.
How will the girls' 2A race play out at the PIAA State Championships on Saturday?
The Jenkintown boys will aim to close out an historic season with a 1A state title, while the Drakes' Jack Miller will battle others for the individual title.
On paper, which teams will be in the hunt to take the 1A boys title?
Isabel Sagar is the odds-on favorite for the individual title, while another very close team battle is coming once again.
A look at the top girls' times in A, AA, and AAA before states
Who's Hershey bound for Saturday's PIAA XC Championships?
What will it take to get to Hershey in November? We take a look at the qualifying procedure for each district and classification.