Lincoln's Jaycee Vath will be seeking to repeat as class 1A state champion in the 1600 and 3200 meters
Chesney Peterson wins the 2A state title that slipped away from her last year.
Colin Oswalt and Caleb Eilert went head-to-head for the 1A state title...again
Olathe North freshman Anjali Hocker Singh broke away late to win the class 6A girls state title.
Kapaun's Enriquez, Carroll's Jackson win individual state titles
Blue Valley Northwest's Riley Beach gets one more shot at a state championship this Saturday.
Logan Seger and St. Thomas Aquinas aim for a seventh straight boys Kansas 5A state cross country title.
Taylor Briggs could become just the sixth Kansas runner ever to win four Kansas cross country state titles.
Erin Hammeke of Ellinwood will have a fight on her hands to defend the Kansas girls class 2A cross country state title.
Hope Jackson dipped under 18 minutes to win the Bishop Carroll regional Saturday.
Tanner Lindahl of Buhler again won the AVCTL Div. 4 league title.
Lawrence Free State posted a perfect score to win their home meet on Saturday.
Caylyn Pfizenmaier of Clay Center "won" her race at Junction City on Saturday.
Newkirk out-kicks Harkin; Briggs rolls in matchup of state champs
KSHSAA announced classification changes Friday, re-shaping the state title outlook in every X-C division
Girard's Cormick Logue is making a strong case as Kansas' best cross country runner this fall.
Wamego will continue its tradition of hosting the KSHSAA state cross country championships.
Buhler's Tanner Lindahl (left) and Hayden's Tanner Newkirk went toe-to-toe in Wamego on Saturday
It looked a little different, but there were plenty of great races on Kansas' opening weekend.
2019 Gatorade Runner of the Year Daniel Harkin leads Manhattan's push for the class 6A state title
Bishop Carroll junior Hope Jackson looks to repeat as class 5A girls state champion
Chapman's Taylor Briggs could become just the sixth Kansas runner to win four X-C state titles
Luke Gleason and Dylan Sprecker lead Southeast of Saline's bid to three-peat.
Trevor Pentlin of Jefferson County North is the top returner in class 2A boys
Two-time defending 1A girls champion Jaycee Vath leads Lincoln into the 2020 season.
In the final of a three-part series, Ingrid Worth talks about how she healed from her eating disorder.
As Ingrid Worth rose up the ranks, she was unknowingly spiraling toward unhealthy obsessions. Second in a three part series.
Recalling some of the great moments in recent Kansas state meet history, including one from... 2020?
Here are some answers to questions you may have about the future of Cessna Stadium and the Kansas Track and Field championships.
Tell us how you have gotten stronger during this stay-at-home time