Men's College Cross Country

Wildcats in back of pack at Heart championships

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. -- Culver-Stockton College's Renate Richardson finished 64th out of 119 runners at the Heart of America Conference women's cross country championships, finishing in 22 minutes, 8.02 seconds.

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Prep Boys Cross Country

Neff, Frazee earn state medals

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Devin Neff capped his cross country career with a state medal. The Mark Twain senior took seventh in the Class 2 state championship meet by finishing in 17 minutes, 15.52 seconds at Oak Hills Golf Course.

Prep Boys Cross Country

Chargers' Bryan brings home state medal

PEORIA, Ill. -- When the final race of his prep cross country career ended, Jacob Bryan only wanted to do one thing. "I wanted to lay down," he said. "I was pretty tired." The rest had to wait until the Illini West senior received his medal...

Prep Boys Cross Country

Three runners advance to state from Elmwood Sectional

ELMWOOD, Ill. ญญ-- Three local runners advanced to next weekend's state meet from the Class 1A Elmwood Sectional Saturday morning. Pittsfield's Eli Ten Eyck and Illini West's Jacob Bryan advanced after finishing fifth and sixth, respectively, in the boys r

Prep Girls Cross Country

Bigsby takes 54th in Class 4 sectional

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. -- Hannibal's Autumn Bigsby finished in 54th place in the girls race of the Class 4 sectional Saturday. Bigsby finished in 21 minutes, 57.81 seconds to miss out on advancing to state. Wenztville Holt's Emily Griesenauer won the title in 1

Prep Girls Cross Country

Blue Devils' Kurfman moves on to state

GRANITE CITY, Ill. -- Quincy High School's Lydia Kurfman advanced to the Class 4A state meet after finishing in fourth place in Saturday's Granite City Sectional. Kurfman finished in 17 minutes, 27 seconds and was 35 seconds behind Yorkville's Alyssa Edwar

Prep Boys Cross Country

Neff clinches district title; Palmyra, Clark County teams advance

BOWLING GREEN, Mo. -- Devin Neff won his third race in as many weekends, winning the Class 2 District 3 boys cross country meet Saturday. The Mark Twain runner won in 16 minutes, 53.72 seconds, beating out Clark County's Nathan Frazee by 38 seconds. The Pa

Prep notebook: Neff's confidence rises, Peters moves to libero, switch pays off for Maguire
Prep Boys Cross Country

Prep notebook: Neff's confidence rises, Peters moves to libero, switch pays off for Maguire

Devin Neff's confidence was low at the start of the cross country season. His times weren't where he wanted them by a large margin, and he even wondered if he still had what it took to compete.

Ten Eyck overcomes 'dumb race strategy' to finish second in regional
Cross Country

Ten Eyck overcomes 'dumb race strategy' to finish second in regional

QUINCY -- Chasing Wyatt McIntyre has proved to be a bad idea. The University of Illinois-bound senior and last year's runner-up at the Class 1A state cross country meet cruised to a first-place finish at the Class 1A Quincy Notre Dame Regional on Saturday

Adams takes second in Class 1A regional; Liberty glad to have Robbins back
Cross Country

Adams takes second in Class 1A regional; Liberty glad to have Robbins back

QUINCY -- Unity's Megan Adams was happy to take on the hilly course at South Park. Liberty's Katelyn Robbins was just happy to run ... anywhere. Adams took second place in the Quincy Notre Dame Class 1A cross county regional on Saturday morning. Her time o