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Blue Valley's Tori Wingrove runs to her first-ever state championship
Bishop Carroll sophomore Hope Jackson clocked 18:17 to win the class 5A title
St. Johns-Beloit's Caleb Eilert ran an inspired race to win the class 1A boys state title.
Bishop-Seabury's Henry Nelson finally wins the class 2A boys state title
Girard's Cormick Logue won a back-and-forth battle for the class 4A title
Dylan Sprecker won the individual title, leading SE of Saline to the class 3A team victory
Justyn France (center, No. 273) and the Olathe South boys lead contenders for the 6A boys team title.
Andover's Ryan Kinnane, fourth at state a year ago, is the top returner in class 5A boys
Chapman's Taylor Briggs will run for her third class 4A state title on Saturday.
Luke Gleason and Dylan Sprecker lead Southeast of Saline's bid to repeat as 3A state champs
Trego Community's Sybil Giefer will try to keep the class 2A girls title in the family.
Collin Oswalt of Hutchinson Central Christian will face a challenge in defending his 1A X-C title.
Emma Bailey of West Franklin won the Anderson County Regional on Saturday.
Alexa Rios of Maize South won the AVCTL Division 2 championship this week
Hannah Grove of Sunrise Christian, right, wins the Heartland Christian Athletics title
Southeast of Saline's Dylan Sprecker and Luke Gleason lead dominating win at Halstead.
Caleb Eilert of St. John-Beloit fights off Girard's Cormick Logue in the boys blue race
Manhattan's Daniel Harkins out-runs the field at the Missouri Southern Stampede.
Mill Valley leads Kansas teams at Olathe North Twilight
Michael Iyali of Wichita North (1600) and Manhattan's Daniel Harkin (1180) lead the list of contenders in 6A boys
Sarah Murrow of St. James Academy and Blue Valley Southwest's Gigi Loffredo top girls 5A returners.
Chapman's Taylor Briggs is unbeaten in six state races during her first two years of high school.
Cormick Logue of Girard is the top returner in the class 3A boys division.
Alysia Wagner of Kansas City Christian, the 2018 class 2A state runner-up, is the top returner this year.
Collin Oswalt of Hutchinson-Central Christian will seek to repeat as class 1A boys state champion this season.
Here's MileSplit's annual salute to graduating seniors and some of the past year's memories.
Gardner-Edgerton, Andale and Stanton Co. boys, and Kiowa County girls win in dramatic fashion
Storms again delay completion of 2019 Kansas state championships.
Lincoln's Jaycee Vath is the first event winner at weather-delayed Kansas state meet