Katy Menke, Amelia Uthlaut enjoyed strong races for the defending Class 2 girls cross country state champion Bearcats
SMITHTON — Whether it's the ducks that cover their shorts or the inflatable life savers that litter their tents, race day is fun day for the Waterloo High girls cross country program's runners.
FLORISSANT — Winfield High senior runner Kadence Berry said her annual goodbye to processed sugar last month.
FLORISSANT — The fabled "Man Maker" hill loomed menacingly Saturday morning at Sioux Passage Park, with the sun seemingly sitting at the top of it as the Paul Enke Invitational cross country meet got under way.
Grace Tyson has state championships under her belt of impressive victories.
The Vikings finished fourth out of 28 teams in strong meet and want to see where they stand Saturday in the 17th Forest Park Festival.
GRANITE CITY — Hannah Meiser didn't need to look around her to know who was toeing the line with her Saturday in the Granite City Invitational girls cross country meet.
Long-time MICDS cross country coach Jim Lohr was just biding his time until Julia Ray could put on a high school uniform.
Edwardsville is the 2021-22 STLhighschoolsports.com large schools program of the year.
CLARKSON VALLEY — Marquette junior Grant Buer was feeling confident Thursday.
WOOD RIVER — Ava Bartosiak calmly drilled a 25-foot putt for birdie Thursday on the eighth hole of the Class 1A Roxana Regional girls golf tournament at Belk Park Golf Course.
Grace Tyson is the Post-Dispatch All-Metro girls cross country runner of the year.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — The wait for another state championship for the Herculaneum boys ended Saturday afternoon in the Missouri Class 3 boys cross country state championship meet at Gans Creek Cross Country Course.
PEORIA, Ill. — Edwardsville senior Ryan Watts has raced to make up for lost time after returning from injury midway through the season.
Lancers junior Grace Tyson left little doubt, winning the championship by almost 14 seconds with the area's top time this season.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Julia Donnelly felt her body dying Friday morning. The Washington High junior had pushed to her limit.
The sophomore runner qualified as a freshman in 2020 but could not run at state because of COVID-19 quarantine protocols.
ALHAMBRA, Ill. — Jayda Williams collapsed past the finish line Saturday morning, having expelled most of her energy over Alhambra Fireman and Legion Park's three-mile course in the Class 2A Highland Regional girls cross country meet.
SMITHTON — Waterloo High sophomore Angelynn Kanyuck trusted the instructions Saturday morning, even if she wasn't completely clear on the method.
EDWARDSVILLE — Father McGivney cross country coach Jim Helton was certain he had a remarkable runner in his ranks.
EDWARDSVILLE — Emily Nuttall conquered her fears Saturday.
KIRKWOOD — Josie Baker was lacing up her shoes to run Saturday morning in the 56th annual Stan Nelson Invitational girls cross country meet when she got some good news.
MICDS junior Julia Ray got exactly what she wanted in the 16th annual Forest Park Festival girls cross country race.
St. Joseph's coach Scott House was confident the team bus would be a little heavier on the ride home.