The Heartland Distance Summit, a two-day clinic for high school distance coaches, will take place June 29-30 at St. Thomas Aquinas High School.
Slow start to the season, but top marks already are on the board
Junction City girls, Hutch boys bring back key athletes in hopes of repeating as state champions.
If you love track and field -- really love track and field -- Kansas' Class 5A will get you fired up.
It may be deja vu in Kansas Class 4A track and field, where many of the top teams from last year are preseason favorites for state titles in 2018.
State meet experience and senior leadership is key to the state title chase in class 3A.
Hadley Splechter leads another run at history for Yates Center, while Kayla Smith and Skyler Saunders hope to extend Valley Heights' dominance.
Some key graduation losses by last year's champs has made the 2018 class 1A team titles an open chase.
Kansas MileSplit readers vote Bennington's Halle Johnson's distance sweep as year's top moment
January is a busy month for high school indoor track and field.
Indoor Track and Field season kicks off Dec. 9 in Kansas
New event offers unique format, fun.
Just a handful of Kansas runners toed the line at Footlocker
Aquinas' Marshall, Sovereign top all Kansas finishers at Nike
Shawnee Mission Northwest (KS) standout and 2016 NXN Heartland Champion Molly Born has committed to Oklahoma State University.
Olathe North wins 6A boys crown
St. James, Mill Valley stage epic team battle
Hiawatha wins school's first-ever state X-C title
Autumn Princ captures second state X-C title
Chapman's Briggs upsets Independence's Trout for 4A girls crown
Bennington wins girls 2A title by 97 points
It's a wide open race for team, individual titles in class 6A
Molly Born says the Cowboys made her 'feel right at home' and committed to the program
5A teams hope to snap St. Thomas Aquinas' streak
Lakelin Conrad aims to become ninth Kansas runner with three boys titles
Hiawatha is pre-meet favorite for boys, girls team titles
Yates Center, Bennington battle for school's first boys title
David Lutgen, Autumn Princ are prohibitive favorites in class 1A cross country.
State championships set for Saturday in Lawrence, Wamego
Survive and Advance is the motto for this week's regionals