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The former Lincoln North Star runner, who went on to compete at Michigan State, earned her qualifying time while winning the Mesa, Arizona, half-marathon last weekend.
From Bancroft-Rosalie to Yutan, see which colleges high school athletes have signed with since December.
Lincoln East junior Mia Murray has been chosen as the Gatorade player of the year for girls cross country in Nebraska.
A look at the top cross country performers from the Capital City.
A search process for its next executive director that came up empty created tension Wednesday within the Nebraska School Activities Association board.
The Nebraska School Activities Association named Jennifer Schwartz as its interim executive director Friday night.
For the second year in a row a record number of spectators attended the high school state cross country meet.
A list of athletes from throughout Nebraska who have signed to continue playing sports in college.
Keelianne Green's fall sport switched to cross country as a junior, and now she’s a two-time state champion and the Class C state meet record holder (set in 2021).
Hartington-Newcastle's Carson Noecker set the all-class state meet record and Lincoln East's Mia Murray led the Spartans to a fifth consecutive state championship.
Boys state cross country: Hartington-Newcastle runner has historic day; Norris has individual state champion
There have been three four-time champions in state history — and they've all been in girls races. Carson Noecker changed that Friday.
Girls state cross country: Lincoln East's fifth straight state championship also includes all-class champion
KEARNEY — Mia Murray reacted the way most teenagers would when she found out she’d be moving from West Virginia to Nebraska the summer before her sophomore year of high school.
A look at Friday's results from the course.
Check out Kenneth Ferriera's photo gallery from Kearney, the site of the state cross country meet Friday.
5 things to watch at state cross country, including a chance for boys history and a Class A showdown
The state cross country meet is Friday afternoon in Kearney. Here are a few things to watch.
Lincoln High senior Kennedy Bartee is among the city's, and state's, best girls cross country runners.
Check out how city and area athletes fared in district cross country action Thursday.
“Carter is just a horse ... He works hard, and it’s good to see him have some success because he’s trained so hard and so long.”
A look at Thursday's results from the course.
District cross country meets will take place Thursday across the state. Here's a look at where area teams will be.
Emily Sisson, a two-time state champion at Omaha Marian, broke the record by 43 seconds while running just her third marathon.
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The finish in the boys race more closely resembled a track meet: "How many cross country meets do you see where you got kids that close together?"
A look at Thursday's high school cross country action, including the Heartland American Conference meet in Kearney.
East had a five-runner team score of 18, which is believed to be a school record at the city meet: "These kids have been very focused."
Mia Murray of Lincoln East and Max Myers of Lincoln Southwest took the individual titles at the LPS championship. Check out Noah Riffe's photo gallery of the action Friday at Pioneers Park.
The Hartington-Newcastle senior’s 14:51.0 in the Class C race was the fastest high school time ever on the 5,000-meter course at Kearney Country Club.