The coaching staffs for two of Gwinnett’s most successful cross country programs will have new looks for the 2021 season.
Buford senior Caroline Montini will continue her running career at the next level after signing recently with the Troy University cross country and track program.
Eleven Gwinnett cross country runners recently earned all-state honors from the Georgia Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association.
Three coaches with Gwinnett ties received state honors Tuesday by the Georgia Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association.
As the weather gets colder and outdoor running events at the high school level go on a break, Wesley Etienne likes what he sees in the past and ahead at Discovery.
Brookwood’s Will Bray and Allie Wardle, as well as Wesleyan’s Mac Howie, were named to the Atlanta Track Club’s All-Metro Cross Country second team.
Four Gwinnett County runners were named to the Powerade All-Metro High School Cross Country Team, released Tuesday by the Atlanta Track Club.
CARROLLTON — The Norcross boys cross country team, along with a pair of Brookwood runners, provided the biggest highlights for Gwinnett at Saturday’s Class AAAAAAA state championship meet.
CARROLLTON — Top finishes by the Dacula tandem of Ben Butcher and Karsyn Rodney, as well as the Lanier girls cross country team, headlined Gwinnett’s efforts at the Class AAAAAA state championship meet Friday.
Dacula’s Karsyn Rodney and Mill Creek’s Jake Peters were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
FAYETTEVILLE — Wesleyan’s cross country program swept the team titles Tuesday in the Class A Private Area 5 Championships on the Heritage Christian Church course.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Paced by the race’s top three finishers, Archer’s boys cross country team toppled Gwinnett County champion Norcross for the Region 7-AAAAAAA championship Saturday at Tribble Mill Park.
CONYERS — Mill Creek swept the team and individual titles with impressive performances Saturday at the Region 8-AAAAAAA Cross Country Championships.
CONYERS — Each side of the Five Forks-Trickum rivalry claimed a Region 4-AAAAAAA cross country title Saturday by edging out the other.
WINDER — Karsyn Rodney won the girls individual title Saturday, and the Dacula girls cross country team won the Region 8-AAAAAA championship.
Mill Creek’s Isabelle Hahn and Ethan Nordman were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Gwinnett cross country runners and teams fared well over the weekend in the Coach Wood Invitational, held at McIntosh Nature Preserve in Whitesburg.
The Brookwood Youth Cross Country and the Buford Middle girls teams won state titles Saturday in the Georgia Middle School State Cross Country Championships in Cochran.
A large number of the state’s top cross country runners and teams are headed to this week’s 18th annual Coach Wood Invitational, named in honor of former South Gwinnett and Grayson coach Rick Wood.
Archer swept the Gwinnett runner of the week honors from the county’s cross country coaches after outstanding performances at the Jefferson Invitational.
North Gwinnett’s Marianna Gazarra and Archer’s Sebasthian Rodriguez were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
FAIRBURN — Hebron Christian runners Brooke Browning and Ellie Brewer both posted times below Browning’s previous school record in Saturday’s Alexander/Asics Invitational.
Discovery’s Sol Mendoza and Parkview’s Andrew Todd were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Brookwood’s Allie Wardle and Dacula’s Ben Butcher were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Hebron Christian’s Ellie Brewer and Brookwood’s Will Bray were named the Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
Collins Hill’s Marc Petrucci and Parkview’s Abi Debebe were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
The Mill Creek and Parkview cross country teams had top-five finishes over the weekend at the AT&T Starr’s Mill Panther Cross Country Meet in Fayetteville.
Hebron Christian’s Brooke Browning and Norcross’ Miguel Schlicht were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches.
The Norcross boys and girls, as well as the Archer boys, took home team titles Saturday in the North Georgia Championships in Jefferson.
Parkview’s Emma Geaney and Wesleyan’s Mac Howie were named Gwinnett runners of the week Tuesday by the county’s cross country coaches.
WINDER — Mac Howie of Wesleyan and Brooke Browning of Hebron Christian won their races Saturday at the Wildcat Country Season Opener, highlighting a good day for Gwinnett cross country runners and teams.