Tyus Wilson of Sterling cleared 7-3 to tie for the best high jump in the United States this year.
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Cali Kerschen of Andale is among the key returners for Andale's girls.
Chapman's Taylor Briggs is just the sixth Kansas runner ever to win four state cross country titles.
Pat Melgares talks with Chapman's Taylor Briggs before the upcoming 4A state race.
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.
Newkirk out-kicks Harkin; Briggs rolls in matchup of state champs
Girard's Cormick Logue is making a strong case as Kansas' best cross country runner this fall.
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.
Chapman's Taylor Briggs could become just the sixth Kansas runner to win four X-C state titles
Topeka West's Lenny Njoroge is the 2019 Kansas MileSplit Newcomer of the Year
Girard's Cormick Logue won a back-and-forth battle for the class 4A title
Chapman's Taylor Briggs will run for her third class 4A state title 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
Mill Valley leads Kansas teams at Olathe North Twilight
Chapman's Taylor Briggs is unbeaten in six state races during her first two years of high school.
Here's MileSplit's annual salute to graduating seniors and some of the past year's memories.
Smoky Valley's Timmy Lambert is the 2019 Kansas MileSplit Track and Field Athlete of the Year
Newton's Kalli Anderson heads up 2019 Kansas Track and Field All-State girls squad
Gardner-Edgerton, Andale and Stanton Co. boys, and Kiowa County girls win in dramatic fashion
Storms again delay completion of 2019 Kansas state championships.
Andale will score big in the field events; can anyone catch them after that?
Here's a breakdown, by class, of some of the best -- and worst -- moments during regionals week
Here's a look at some of the Kansas athletes to look out for at this year's Kansas Relays.
Andale's dominance and depth in field events establishes its boys and girls teams as class 4A favorites.
Freshman Tanner Lindahl wins the individual state title, leading Buhler to the class 4A team title.
Chapman's Taylor Briggs is the favorite to defend her class 4A state title
More than 2,500 Kansas runners chased state berths, including Jaycee Vath, who led Lincoln to a perfect score
League champions crowned across Kansas
Be prepared, fast times are about to roll out in Kansas with big meets coming in just the second week of the cross country season.
Washburn Rural's Jaybe Shufelberger, Aquinas' Marshall set the bar high after one week.
Dana Baker headlines Kansas MileSplit's listing of the Best of the Best in Kansas Girls Track and Field
Aarika Lister of Leavenworth and Deron Dudley of Wichita South claim titles as Kansas' fastest high schoolers
Track finals begin with 3200 meter run in 4A-6A
Individual races highlight Kansas class 4A track and field
Regionals bring out the best in Kansas track and field
Kansas track and field teams are getting their work done around stretches of wind, cold temps
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.
Ninti Little, of Chapman, Looks to Add More Gold
Lakelin Conrad aims to become ninth Kansas runner with three boys titles
State championships set for Saturday in Lawrence, Wamego
Survive and Advance is the motto for this week's regionals
A few league titles have already been decided, but the bulk of the action takes place this Thursday through Saturday
Bennington's Halle Johnson keeps on rolling, posting top time among Kansas girls