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CROSS-COUNTRY AND TRACK & FIELD STORIES

09/23 – Jordan Hasay looks forward to great senior season at Oregon (Oregon Live)
09/23 – Davis frosh sets pace at Yolo County Meet (Davis Enterprise)
09/23 – Placer boys beat Division 1 teams at Yolo County (Auburn Journal)
09/23 – Runners Saves Life During Race (KnoxNews)
09/22 – Villa Park’s Corcoran gets dramatic victory at Dana Hills (O.C. Register)
09/22 – Strong starts, finishes at Bell-Jeff Invite (Glendale News-Press)
09/22 – Monte Vista’s Lopez quick on course, in classroom (San Diego Union-Tribune)
09/22 – Hoover’s Zadoorian, Notre Dame girls share bond (L.A. Daily News)
09/22 – Jurupa Hills wins Fontana City Meet (Riverside Press-Enterprise)
09/22 – Woodcrest Christian wins Tri-County Invitational (Riverside Press-Enterprise)
09/22 – Ridgeview runners victorious, Shafter wins titles at Wolfpack (Bakersfield Californian)
09/22 – Gehrich sets Division 1 frosh record at Dana Hills meet (O.C. Register)
09/22 – Woodbridge runners turn page under new coach (Daily Pilot)
09/20 – Placer boys/girls win PVL meet (Auburn Journal)
09/20 – Crescenta Valleys slays Arcadia juggernaut (Glendale News-Press)
09/20 – Sweetwater’s Martinez moves up the ranks (San Diego Union-Tribune)
09/20 – Ventura County teams prominent in rankings (Ventura County Star)
09/20 – Canyon’s Wims gets kick out of Foothill win (L.A. Daily News)
09/19 – Quartz Hills sweeps Golden League opener (L.A. Daily News)
09/19 – CIF-Mater Dei legal fight continues with hefty price tag attached (L.A. Times)
09/18 – Tracy wins home meet (Tracy Press)
09/17 – Locals shine at Woodbridge (Riverside Press-Enterprise)
09/17 – Simi Valley’s Baxter shines under the lights (L.A. Daily News)
09/15 – Goins sisters spark Canyon at Woodbridge meet (Orange County Register)
09/15 – Orange County teams get big test at Woodbridge meet (O.C. Register)
09/15 – Runners feel heat at Morley Field (San Diego Union-Tribune)
09/14 – Without Hiltz, Apros girls still flex muscle (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
09/13 – Prep League opener filled with surprises (Pasadena Sun)
09/13 – Grenier lifts Paraclete at High Desert Classic (L.A. Daily News)
09/13 – Tokay teams remain unbeaten (Lodi News Sentinel)
09/13 – Girls preview: Scotts Valley’s Fraser, SLV’s Maxwell back and better than ever (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
09/12 – Cross-country leagues team up to run (The Sun)
09/12 – Arcadia’s Yamane looks to have stellar season (Pasadena Star-News)
09/12 – Milpitas’ Estifanos, Gunn’s Robinson set high goals (Mercury News)
09/12 – McKennah Genovese: Santiago’s sophomore phenom (Riverside Press-Enterprise)
09/11 – Carlmont’s Bekeret wins PAL meet (Oakland Tribune)
09/10 – Long Beach State names new cross-country coach (Gazette News)
09/10 – Aptos’ Hiltz out for season with stress fracture (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
09/09 – Local off and running at Earlybird Inv (San Jose Mercury-News)
09/08 – Torrey Pines’ Braude ready for new challenge (San Diego Union0-Tribune)
09/04 – Cross-Country Numbers Way up in EBAL (San Jose Mercury News)
09/03 –
It might be Three’s A Crown for LCC sisters (San Diego Union-Tribune)
09/02 –
Press-Democrat Area Season Preview (Press-Democrat)
08/30 –
Vista Murrieta, Great Oak lead the way (Riverside Press-Enterprise)
08/30 –
Kimball girls place third at Lodi Invitational (Tracy Press)
08/28 –
Great Oak, Vista Murrieta top teams in rankings (Riverside Press-Enterprise)
08/28 –
Long State State coach relocated to Georgia post (redandblack.com)
08/22 –
Malibu cross-country off and running (Malibu Times)
08/22 –
Tokay hosting fundraiser (Lodi News Sentinel)
08/09 –
Asthon Eaton is World’s Greatest Athlete (CBS Sports)
08/09 –
Wariner and Merritt out of US Relay (Miami Herald)
08/09 –
Rivals Challenge Bolt’s Back-To-Back Golden Goal (Chicago Tribune)
08/08 –
Allyson Felix Wins Olympic Gold in 200 (New York Times)
08/08 –
Yohan Blake – The 200m is His to Lose (Bleacher Report)
08/08 –
After Baby. a Gold? (New York Times)
08/08 –
Eaton, Hardee Atop Decathlon Standings (New York Times)
08/08 –
Redemption in Mind, Felix Eyes 200m Gold (Sports Illustrated)
08/08 –
Fear Not: Montano Ready for Challenge (L.A. Daily News)
08/08 –
Usain Bolt is Beatable in London, Says Gatlin (Huffington Post)
08/08 –
Vista Murrieta’s Reddish, Aliso Niguel’s Wyson Set for BYU (Deseret News)
08/08 –
Kellie Wells Wins High Hurdles Bronze (Daily Press)
08/07 –
Ashton Eaton Chases Glory, Not Fame (ESPN)
08/07 –
Women’s 100m Hurdles is Race to Watch (Christian Science Monitor)
08/07 –
It’s Already Memorable Year for Rachel Yurkovich (The Register-Guard)
08/06 –
After Seven Straight 400m Golds, Men Fall Short (STLtoday.com)
08/06 –
Brad Walker Looks To Make Amends for ’08 (Washington Times)
08/06 –
Jager Finishes Sixth in Steeplechase (Chicago Tribune)
08/06 –
Bolt Fast Becoming Legend after 100m Win (Chicago Tribune)
08/06 –
Bolt Sets Olympic Record in 100 (ESPN)
08/04 –
Heartbreak For Goodwin in Olympics (Austin American-Statesman)
08/04 –
Discus Thrower Rome Returns after ’08 Olympics Disappointment (Seattle Times)
08/04 –
Alisal HS grad Estrada Competes for Mexico in Olympics (AAZ Central.com)
08/04 –
Jager’s Family Savors Steeplechase Olympic Run (Chicago Tribune)
08/04 –
Barron Finishes with Second-Best Career Time at Olympics (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
08/03 –
US Seeks to Lift Athletes After Management Missteps (Wall Street Journal)
08/03 –
Kara Goucher, Mom, Ready For Olympics (kgw.com)
08/03 –
Hoffa Claims First Olympic Medal in Shot Put (kcby.com)
08/03 –
High Jumper Jesse Williams Sees God in Olympic Opportunity (BP News)
08/02 –
Wheating Ready To Race Best in the World (Register-Guard)
08/01 –
Gunnar Nixon: Oklahoma’s Latest Great Decathlete (NewsOK.com)
08/01 –
Buchanan alum Kyle Alcorn Set to Make Olympic Debut (Az Central.com)
07/31 –
Allyson Felix Puts Dead Heat Behind Her (USA Today)
07/31 –
Vessey Returns To Racing After Trials Heartbreak (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
07/30 –
High jumper Jesse Williams Ready for New Heights (L.A. Times)
07/30 –
Five Track Athletes to Watch (Christian Science Monitor)
07/30 –
Twitter Pulls Plug on Top NBC Critic (Deadspin)
07/30 –
Don’t tweet about this technology snafu (PC Pro)
07/30 –
Teammates Goucher, Flanagan Help Push Each Other (Twin Cities Pioneer Press)
07/30 –
After Trials Scare, HJ’er Williams Seeks Gold (The Telegraph)
07/29 –
Greatest Challengers To Usain Bolt (Bleacher Report)
07/29 –
Former San Diego prep may scratch from Games (Detroit Free Press)
07/28 –
University of Redlands teams pick up academic honors (Redlands Daily Facts)
07/28 –
For Jager, Olympic Steeplechase is just another hurdle (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
07/27 –
LCC’s Lawson Named to U.S. Junior Mountain Running Team (North County Times)
07/27 –
Pat Porter, American Cross-Country/Track Star, Dies in Plane Crash (The Examiner)
07/27 –
Marc Minasian Fills XC Coaching Void at Golden Valley (The Signal)
07/27 –
Goodwin Continues Olympic Dream (ESPN)
07/26 –
Jumps/hurdles phenom Sasha Wallace transferring to Castro Valley (San Jose Mercury News)
07/25 –
Track and field rated among top attractions at Olympic Games (Reuters)
07/25 –
“False Start Rule” is Softened for Olympic Games – oh boy (Reuters)
07/25 –
Usain Bolt Has Competition In the Sprints (Washington Post)
07/25 –
Nine track and field athletes caught doping through advanced testing methods (Reuters)
07/25 –
Dawn Harper Took The Gold, But Lolo Jones Got The Fame (Indianapolis Star)
07/25 –
Greek triple jumper removed from Olympics after her racist tweet (Reuters)
07/25 –
Olympic Team GB Trials Test For Injury (BBC News Health)
07/24 –
Why The Decathlon Has Underrated Entertainment Value (Bleacher Report)
07/24 –
Oak Hills Hurdlers Qualify For Junior Olympics (Victor Valley Daily Press)
07/24 –
Despite Spill, Tarmoh’s Cup Runneth Over (Eugene Register-Guard)
07/24 –
Cuesta Cross-Country Coach Locher Named Coach of the Year (San Luis Obispo.com)
07/24 –
Merritt’s Risky Change Helps Him Step Into Olympics (USA Today)
07/23 –
Mt. Pleasant HS alum Tarmoh puts 100m debacle behind her (Sports Illustrated)
07/23 –
Morgan Uceny poised for medal after years of struggle (Indianapolis Star)
07/23 –
Breaking Down Team USA’s Rivalry With Jamaican Sprinters (Bleacher Report)
07/23 –
Smock Set For Olympics (Jamestown Sun)
07/23 –
Bryan Clay (APU alum) discuses not making Olympic Team (Vanity Fair)
07/23 –
All Eyes on Bolt’s Legs (Reuters)
07/22 –
Borman’s Story Becomes An Olympic Drama (Muskogee Phoenix)
07/22 –
A Look As U.S. Men’s 100 Team for Olympics (Yahoo Sports)
07/22 –
Allyson Felix Determined to get 200m Olympic Gold (USA Today)
07/22 –
10 Olympic Storylines To Watch (San Francisco Chronicle)
07/21 –
Runner Without Country To Compete At Olympics (GreenwichTime.com)
07/21 –
Usain Bolt In Limbo – How Slow Will He Go? (Los Angeles Times)
07/21 –
Things To Watch For In The Olympics (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
07/21 –
Lisa Uhl, With Shoes Tied, Aims For Top 10 Olympics Finish (Des Moines Register)
07/21 –
Olympian DeeDee Trotter Inspires UCF Athletes (Orlando Sentinel)
07/21 –
Alysia Montano Runs Like A Girl, and Proud Of It (USA Today)
07/20 –
Kevin Costner in Talks to Star in Disney Movie “McFarland” (Hollywood Reporter)
07/20 –
Cal State San Marcos’ NCAA Division II Bid Hits a Hurdle (Alva Review/Courier)
07/20 –
Will C. Wood Coach headed To College Ranks (Vacaville Reporter)
07/20 –
Wentland To Represent at Olympics – As a Coach (The Mercury)
07/20 –
Triple Jumper Amanda Smock Draws Inspiration From Late Father (Sports Illustrated)
07/19 –
Blake Warms Up For Olympics With Easy Victory (AllAfrica.com)
07/19 –
Guest Viewpoint: Community Went Extra Mile in Hosting Trials (Eugene Register-Guard)
07/19 –
Summer Running in CV Park (Crescenta Valley Weekly)
07/19 –
Demus Hurdles Adversity To Reach Olympics (NBC 4)
07/19 –
Sara Hall’s Post-Olympic Trials Thoughts (The Hall Steps Foundation)
07/19 –
Olympic Trials Athlete’s Day Job: Accountant (U.S. News and Money)
07/19 –
Mis-Timing Lapses (ESPN)
07/18 –
Ritzenhein Already Soaking In London’s Excitement (Sacramento Bee)
07/18 –
Going The Distance: All-Mid Valley Area Cross-Country (AdVarsitySports)
07/18 –
Princeton Grad Executes Steeple Plan to Get To London
07/18 –
Galen Rupp Will Count On His Finishing Speed (Detroit Free Press)
07/18 –
Lompoc’s Duane Solomon Confident Heading To Olympics (KSBY.com)
07/18 –
Ryan Hall Claims God As His Coach (Huffington Post)
07/18 –
Meet The Olympian Ryan Hall (MetroUS)
07/18 –
Lost Boys Makes Run For Olympic Glory (Voice of America)
07/17 –
Hayward: The Home of Track (Delaware Online)
07/17 –
London Summer Olympicsa Will Be Big Business Across The Globe (Mercury News)
07/17 –
Malone coach Hazen Living Olympic Dream (CantonRep.com)
07/17 –
Yohan Blake Wins 100m in Lucerne (Yahoo Sports)
07/17 –
Allyson Felix Chasing Elusive 200m Olympic Gold (ESPN)
07/17 -
Nine Competitors At Olympic Trials Incorporated ElliptiGO Into Their Training (RedOrbit)
07/16 –
Stockdale/USC Standout Collatz Places 8th at World Juniors (Bakersfield Californian)
07/16 –
Speedy Simpson Gets Set For Olympics (CBS Denver)
07/16 –
ElliptiGO Project Member Culley Wins Oly Trials 5000m (San Francisco Chronicle)
07/16 –
Deem Team: Miami Coach Leads U.S. Track Team (Sun Sentinel)
07/16 –
Lunge Pays Off For New Jersey Hurdler (New York Post)
07/15 –
McMillan Qualifies For Olympics in Heptathlon (Daily Nebraskan)
07/14 –
Jager Hits Strides in Steeple (Chicago Tribune)
07/13 –
Azusa Pacific Shot Put Alum Aims to Make Nigerian Olympic Team (AllAfrica.com)
07/13 –
Olympian Dunn Has Positive Drug Test (Chicago Tribune)
07/12 –
Is Yohan Blake Man to Beat in London? (Sports Illustrated)
07/12 –
Marquise Goodwin Talks About His First Olympics (The Alcalde)
07/12 –
Grandhaven Hosting World’s Largest Outdoor Pole Vault (MLive)
07/11 –
Robinson Ranch Will Host Pac-12 XC Championships (KHTS)
07/11 –
De La Salle Gets State School of Year Recognition (Inside Bay Area)
07/10 –
Bolt/Blake Rivalry Adds to Olympic Intrigue (PennLive.com)
07/10 –
After Twice Beating Bolt at Trials, Blake Set For Switzerland (Newser)
07/10 –
Women Finally Outnumber Men on Olympic Team (Detroit Free Press)
07/10 –
Mammoth Athletes Set Sights on London (MarkeyWatch)
07/10 –
Most Likely Disappointments at London Olympics (Bleacher Report)
07/09 –
Gridley’s Donnahoe Set For Junior Olympics in Late July (ChicoER)
07/09 –
Redwood’s Lissette Mendivil Named Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year (Fresno Bee)
07/09 –
Rupp Is Ready For Olympics (Catholic Sentinel)
07/09 –
Bolt’s Setbacks Headline Olympic Preview (Reuters)
07/08 –
Murrieta Valley May Students of the Month Honored (Valley News)
07/08 –
Rory Papworth Proves His Worth (Santa Maria Times)
07/07 –
Central’s Willie Alexander Named Male Track and Field Athlete of the Year (Fresno Bee)
07/06 –
Tyson Gay Beats Justin Gatlin in Paris (BBC Sport Olympics)
07/06 –
Fresno Pacific Becomes Member of NCAA (KSEE 24 News)
07/06 –
Former HS 100-Meter Champs Caught in Controversy (USA Today)
07/06 –
Bolt Can’t Forget Roots On Fast Track To Fame (Associated Press)
07/05 –
Triumph and Heartbreak At Olympic Trials (The Alcalde)
07/05 –
At Olympic Trials, Shoe Companies Compete Too (New York Times)
07/05 –
Olympic Trials: The Register-Guard’s Last Lap (Eugene Register-Guard)
07/05 –
Injured Bolt Withdraws from Monaco (The Huffington Post)
07/05 –
Monta Vista XC Team Restores Training Trails (San Jose Mercury News)
07/05 –
Olympic Trials Provide Ratings Boost (Journal Gazette)
07/05 –
M.L. King’s Torres To run The Distance in Germany (Press-Enterprise)
07/05 –
Olympic Trials Finalist Sets FireKracker 5K Record (Coloradoan.com)
07/04 –
10 Special Moments from Olympic Trials (RunBlogRun)
07/03 –
Trials Run Soggy, But Brilliant (Eugene Register-Guard)
07/03 –
Tarmoh Concedes Olympic Spot To Felix (Chicago Tribune)
07/03 –
Demus Inspires at Olympic Trials (ESPN)
07/03 –
National Record Holder to Assist at San Jose State (San Jose State Athletics)
07/01 –
Megan Huebner is Desert Sun’s Athlete of the Year (Desert Sun)
06/30 –
Chaunte Lowe Wins High Jump at Olympic Trials (San Francisco Chronicle)
06/30 –
Felix Has 200 Reasons to SMile (Chicago Tribune)
06/29 –
Q&A with Jackie Joyner-Kersee (Oregon Live)
06/29 –
TrackTown USA and the Meet It Loves Most (New York Times)
06/29 –
Olympic Trials: Rupp Takes The 5000 (Statesman Journal)
06/27 –
Kersee Seeks More Time For Dead-Heat Decision (Sporting News)
06/27 –
USATF Draws Scrutiny For Olympic Trials Tie (FoxNews)
06/26 –
Fleshman’s Effort in Inspiring (L.A. Daily News)
06/26 –
For Olympic Trials, An Ad That’s Personal (New York Times)
06/25 –
USC alum Jesse Williams Sweats It Out In HJ Trials (OregonLive)
06/25 –
Canyon HS/Cal Berkeley alum Montano Wins Trials 800m (San Francisco Chronicle)
06/25 –
Symmonds Steals Show In Olympic Trials 800m (Los Angeles Times)
06/25 –
Gatlin Holds Off Gay To Win 100 at Trials (Fox Sports)
06/24 –
Nellum Leads Comebacks at U.S. Olympic Trials (Chicago Tribune)
06/24 –
Right Now, Olympic Trials Belong To Eaton (Statesman Journal)
06/24 –
Eaton Smashes World Decathlon Record at U.S. Olympic Trials (New York Daily News
06/24 –
Olympic Trials Q&A With Bob Beamon (Oregon Live)
06/23 –
Q&A with Sweetwater HS alum Gail Devers (OregonLive)
06/22 –
Santa Margarita HS/UCSB’s Martin Advances in 800 (Santa Barbara Independent)
06/19 –
Notre Dame’s Muhammad to rep Puerto Rico (L.A. Daily News)
06/19 –
East Bay Boys Track & Field MVP: California’s Noel Frazier (Contra Costa Times)
06/19 –
All-East Bay Area Boys Track and Field Team (Contra Costa Times)
06/19 –
East Bay Girls Track and Field MVP: Holy Names’ Sasha Wallace (Contra Costa Times)
06/19 –
All-East Bay Area Girls Track and Field Team (Contra Costa Times)
06/14 –
Time For National Meets For Sailors Duo (Daily Pilot)


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