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CHAP Chariots Another great day at the races for the 2017 CHAP Chariots! Larry Steeb Meet of Champions in Dexter saw 6 more school records: Boys 4x100 and 4x400 (3:42.85) Relays. Girls 4x200 (1:46.68) and 4x400 (4:07.65) Relays, plus a 2:17.86 for Larisa DeMass in the 800, and a 48.05 for Maria Luea in the 300M Hurdles. Several other medal winners and PR's too. Way to roll, Chariots!!


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Baton Rouge Homeschool Eagles Track Meet Action


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Hattiesburg Forerunners Track and Cross Country Awards Banquet


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Victors Homeschool Sports
Track and Field teams

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Northern Virginia Centurions
Despite short notice and cold, rainy weather, NVHAA successfully hosted it's first track meet! Runners from the HEARTS Lions from Loudoun, and the Hawks from Fairfax Homeschool Athletics participated. It was a truly united meet when the Girls team for the last event of the day, 4x400m, was made up of runners from all three teams!

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KC East Lions Track and Field All Group photo (courtesy Karla Carpenter Deatherage)


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History in the making... Mississippi's first Homeschool Track Meet (courtesy Julie S. Pickering and Hattiesburg Forerunners)


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snapshot of the Texas homeschool track meet

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Austin Royals AND FEAST Patriots at a dual meet hosted by FEAST

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Shreveport Force Track The FORCE High School track and field team finished up their regular season at Bishop Gorman Catholic School in Tyler, Tx. They scored points in 13 events and brought home 6 gold medals, including 1st place in JV girls, JV boys, and Varsity boys 3200m run! Next up is ACEL Regionals



HRK Eagles Track season



NVHAA Centurions at the Frederick, MD Track Meet



Wichita Defenders Track team: 3 medals at Mulvane



IHS Lions at the LCA Track Meet



KC East Lions (and Lighthouse Christian Chargers) Willard Meet (courtesy Chasity Morton Heck)



Carolina Homeschool Cougars Cross Country Awards



Carolina Homeschool Cougars Sweep the Independent Cross Country Championship. Joseph Wilson and Olivia Evans swept first place in the Independent Cross Country Championship this weekend. Joseph won with a 15:49 and Olivia with a 19:00 on one of the most difficult courses. They both helped lead their teams to victory! Joseph Wilson and Brinton Leidy swept first and second place in the Independent Cross Country Championship this weekend. Oliva Evans, Cindy Wilson, Anna Bulsa, Shelby Hilt swept first through 4th with Allie Thomas and Lillian Sivers taking 9th and 10th place.



Cincinnati Trailblazers (team profile...) MS Girls cross country



KC East Lions all-group Cross Country photo (courtesy Chasity Morton Heck)





Carolina Homeschool Cougars Varsity girls cross country won second place in the county. They compete against AAAA and private schools and are so proud of these girls! They worked very hard to get here!  ..



Front Royal Flames Nova XC Invitational A handful of PR, even more ribbon finishers, and the 15-18 boys team took first place!



IHS Lions Fourth Straight Win for IHS’s Rob Mitchell Rob Mitchell began the season with a fourth place finish, but he has not settled for less than first since then. Last Monday, Mitchell was back at Swope Park for the EA Markey Invitational, running a 2.2 mile course this time. IHS’s Mitchell, Dominique Bynum from Central AE, and Kamal Adam from East HS pulled ahead of the other runners early in the race. The three developed a comfortable rapport over the first couple of miles, but as the finish line came into sight, Kamal Adam initiated a challenge. Mitchell and Bynum responded, and the spectators cheered encouragingly, as the three competitors tested their limits by sprinting the last stretch of the race. Mitchell, only inches in front of Bynum, crossed the line with a time of 13:44. They were followed by Adam who finished a second later for third place.

Carolina Homeschool Cougars "Li'l Cougars" The Little Cougars finished their last regular season meet with a bang! Even though it was a new tough course at SMC and unseasonably hot, they did great! Next up......ICXC Championship.








KC East Lions (click here for their team profile) cross country at the Rim Rock Farm Classic





Carolina Homeschool Cougars' XC (click here for their team profile) representing at the Dorman Cavalier Classic




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Rising Phoenix (click here for their team profile) is a new running club and cross country in Sylva, NC





Carolina Homeschool Cougars' (click here for their team profile) 5th place finish in the International Division of the Eye Opener race in Spartanburg, SC with a time of 19:08





Tennessee HEAT (click here for their team profile) Cross Country team.





Hattiesburg Forerunners (click here for their team profile) Cross Country team.





Forsyth Hawks (click here for their team profile) opening meet of the season





HRK Eagles Middle School Track and Field team




Carolina Homeschool Cougars

Graduates set to run at the Next Level


Shreveport FORCE

some of the track and field team representing at the ACEL State Meet.


KC East Lions Track and Field

at Willard Meet.


Austin Royals Track Varsity teams capture TSD Meet


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Aggieland MS Track at Allen Academy



HSAA MS some members of the MS track team that recently won a regional meet



KC East Lions

Track and Field is getting it done already!
Hattiesburg Forerunners Competing at NACA Championships in Dayton, TN (courtesy Chuck Cook)

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Carolina Homeschool Cougars at NACA Championships : Girls place First, Boys Third (FB Post)




Carolina Homeschool Cougars Cross Country

ICXC 2015 - Boys team places 2nd in the Independent Cross Country Championship! The Cougar Girls were able to defend their title once again this year as #1


Forsyth Home Educators

FHE Hawks Cross Country Boys and Girls are State Champions in North Carolina (FB Post)


Austin Royals ran at the Shiner Invitational today. Boys team won second! Individual results were medal-winning.



Cincinnati Trailblazers Middle School Boys First Place and Middle School Girls Second Place at Seven Hills Meet





KC East Lions Cross Country

among the mny teams at Bonner Springs Meet (courtesy Carolyn Bergin)
Aggieland Panthers 21 Aggieland Panthers competed this morning in Allen Academy's XC Meet. Lets all give a big shout out to Tamerat Dozier for taking 1st Place in the Varsity Boys division




Cincinnati Trailblazers teams capture 1st (boys) and 2nd (girls) at Fenwick Meet


KC East Lions Competes at Swope Park 3 runners scored a 1st, 3rd and 5th. (courtesy K.q. Webster )




 

Aggieland Panthers Rosehill is where the Aggieland Cross County Team competed this weekend with a lot of personal best and medal winners.





IHS Lions

CROSS COUNTRY: Cameron House took first place and teammate Mike Mitchell took third place in the Kansas City Public Schools middle school tournament cross-country meet on Thursday (FB Post)


Chattanooga Patriots'

Jonathan Boyd finishes first in the first cross country race of the season Tuesday at Camp Jordan (courtesy The chattanoogan.com)



Cincinnati Trailblazers

cross country cross training (FB Post)


Aggieland

Cross Country had a great time running this weekend on the new Texas A&M Cross-Country course (FB Post)



Lubbock Titans

XC team before the 5K/Fun Run to benefit a Premier Sportsplex employee (FB Post)



KC East Lions

during Cross Country practice (from FB Post, courtesy Emma Maisy Bergin)



Aggieland Homeschool

morning Cross Country practice was awesome (from FB Post)



Cincinnati Trailblazers

Cross Country Practice in the mud and the muck! (from FB Post)








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