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GROVEPORT, Ohio - Cleveland-area middle school cross country girl in the history of the Ohio Middle School State Cross Championships. High School Cross Country Meet Information. Mel Brodt Invitational (PDF) (Course Map (PDF)) am Middle School Boys & Girls 3,m (Course Map ( PDF)) Results (PDF) .pdf) Results (PDF) .pdf). Middle School Cross County State Championships and Cross Country Officials Association and the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches.
Ohio Middle School State Cross Country Championship - Meet Results
She finished 22nd in her first of two trips to Balboa Park for the national final. In track, she added a fourth in the 3, and third in the 4x relay to her growing list of podium finishes at the state meet.
Michelle captured the Division I title in cross country at Scioto Downs in November before closing out her junior year with a flourish at the state track meet.
She claimed her second state gold medal in the 3, after finishing second in both the 4x relay and the 1, As a senior at Lakewood, Michelle finished third in the state cross country meet before claiming the same place in the Foot Locker Midwest regional in Wisconsin.
In track, Michelle wrapped up her high school career with a second in the 3, and fourth in the 1, Four years later, she was one of the most decorated student-athletes in Wake Forest history. Michelle was a five-time All-American and an eight-time All-ACC honoree, earning all-league honors three times in cross country, three times in outdoor track and twice in indoor track. She was the ACC indoor 5, champ in and won the outdoor 5, and 10, the same year.
She also won the NCAA outdoor title in the 5, in with a meet and school record, becoming the first Demon Deacon female student-athlete to win an NCAA individual track championship.
Her winning time of Michelle still holds outdoor school records at Wake Forest in the 1, mile, 5, and 10, Her lifetime best of Michelle was ranked No. A mathematical economics major, she received the Rhodes Scholarship inbecoming just the third student-athlete in Wake Forest history to earn the award.
She earned the Edwin G.
Earlier this year, she was inducted into the university's sports hall of fame in her first year of eligibility. The late s and early '70s were no exception as this year's Legendary Generation honorees excelled then as runners and later as coaches.
Sid Sink - Sid Sink's accomplishments in pure oval races indoors and out would be enough to warrant his inclusion in any conversation about the best Ohio distance runners ever.
However, what the Greenville, Ohio, native did in the steeplechase and over 10, meters of cross country terrain leaves little doubt about his lofty position in Buckeye State running lore, setting collegiate and American records during a hall of fame career.
Sid was a time All-American while wearing the colors of Bowling Green State University, earning the distinction in each of the three years he could compete in the NCAA finals for the Falcons as freshmen were not allowed in varsity competition through much of the s. In his first NCAA steeplechase final, Sid was fourth in before scoring victories in meet record times in and '71, concluding his BGSU career with the then top collegiate time of 8: Sid's double was the second, and fellow Legend Marc Croghan did it most recently in In that U.
In other outdoor NCAA finals, Sid was eighth in the three mile in and moved up to fifth in In the NCAA indoor meet, he was fifth in the two mile before claiming the top spot in The two previous years he was 10th and fourth in the steeple and ranked No. We are still waiting on complete results to be posted. They should be available at http: Coach Bender was a great coach and an incredible man. He was very passionate about coaching young people and he impacted countless lives.
He was a mentor, an inspiration, and a dear friend. He will be sorely missed. The outpouring of love and support that the cross country teams have witnessed and recieved this week has been amazing. The cross country teams are determined to finish the season in a way that would make Coach Bender proud. The Middle School girls took third place out of ten teams with 66 points.
Six girls placed in the top 20 for the squad, wtih all six breaking the The Middle School boys took third place of of ten teams with 98 points. All five Indian scorers placed in the top 30, led by a big personal record performance by Evan Young 7th place, The High School boys used good pack running to finish 2nd out of 13 teams with 77 points. The 1 through 5 spread for the Indians was 48 seconds, with all five scorers placing in the top The High School girls won the team title out of 13 teams with a low score of 42 points.
All five Indian scorers placed in the top 15, including personal record performances by sophomores Cassidy Long 2nd, Complete results are available here:2014 Suncrest Middle School Cross Country