The list of entrants for the 2011 Honolulu Marathon/Kaiser High School Cross Country Invitational has been released by race timer Pacific Sports Events and Timing.
Hawaii High School Boys Cross Country 2011 Top 20 Times (3-Mile Course) as of 9/17/2011 Compiled by Bob Martin http://hi.milesplit.com
Hawaii High School Girls Cross Country 2011 Top 20 Times (3-Mile Course) as of 9/17/2011 Compiled by Bob Martin http://hi.milesplit.com
Kualoa Ranch, Ka’a’awa Valley, Oahu (9/17/2011) - Hawaii’s Punahou Girls outran six of seven mainland teams to the finish line in the Girls Varsity race at Saturday’s I’olani Invitational - in one the most competitive cross country invitational races held in Hawaii this year. Only nationally ranked Dana Hills (Dana Point, CA) bested the Buff-n-Blue after an impressive display of team running by both schools.
KEAAU – Some of the best girls cross country runners in the state and in the nation laced up their shoes and participated in the three mile Kamehameha Invitational meet this past Saturday. Anna Maxwell, ranked 18th in the nation by Mile Split (http://www.milesplit.com), ran away with the race in a blistering time of 17 minutes and 54 seconds.
XC 9/10 Ostrander wins again in AK! Mary Cain/Julie Macedo get wins. Roper/Tinkey light up the South
Big events happening across the country as the season gets into full swing!
Waimea – Neither the wind, nor rain could deter St. Joseph’s Andrew Langtry and Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s Kristiana Van Pernis from winning a Big Island Interscholastic Federation cross country meet this past Saturday on Ka Makani’s home course.
OLINDA - Rocky Balala and Dakota Grossman both improved to 2-0 on the season with wins at Maui Interscholastic League cross-country meet No. 2 on Saturday at Seabury Hall. Grossman, the defending state and MIL champion, won the girls race in a time of 18 minutes, 47 seconds, beating out Spartans teammate Kiana Smith (20:22).
Waipio Peninsula, Oahu - The Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) began its 2011 Cross Country season at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park Saturday. Course conditions were difficult with the heat and strong trade winds for the non-timed and non-scored practice meet. This year’s first meet introduced minor changes as the traditional Open 2-mile and Varsity 3-mile format gave way to 3-mile JV and Varsity races.