CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Shelby Kallem from Hannibal-LaGrange University finished in 123rd place out of 340 runners at the NAIA Cross Country Championships on Friday. Kallem finished with a time of 18:54. Park Point's Anna Shields won the individual title wit
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. -- The Hannibal-LaGrange women's cross country team placed sixth in the National Christian College Athletic Association national meet on Saturday at the Bobcat Cross Country Course. The Trojans had 153 points, 13 behind fifth-place Coll
PEORIA, Ill. -- Exhaustion tempered Katelyn Robbins' delight as she crossed the finish line. Once she caught her breath, though, she was able to fully appreciate what she had just accomplished. The Liberty senior became the most decorated cross country...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Even if it was for only a few minutes, there was a chance Clark County freshman cross country runner Grace Buschling could win a state championship. Buschling entered the second mile leading Saturday morning's Class 2 race...
PEORIA, Ill. -- West Hancock cross country coach Brad Neisen knows not to expect much emotion from Miles Sheppard after a race. Saturday, he caught a glimpse of a small reaction. "You saw a couple smiles here and there," Neisen said. For good reason.
ELSAH, Ill. – The Hannibal-LaGrange University men's and women's cross country teams finished in fourth place in the American Midwest Conference Championship, and the Trojans' Shelby Kallem finished in fifth place with a time of 19 minutes, 46 seconds to
QUINCY -- Fiker Rosen is getting faster on a course he's getting to know quite well. He's bound to get to know the Detweiler Park course pretty well, too. The Quincy High School freshman cross country runner earned a spot in the Class 3A state...
Liberty's Katelyn Robbins finished second in 17:50.02 in the Class 1A Elmwood Sectional at Maple Lane Country Club to advance to next weekend's state cross country meet at Detweiller Park in Peoria. In the boys race, West Hancock's Miles Sheppard finishe
Liberty senior girls cross country runner Katelyn Robbins won Saturday's Class 1A Liberty Regional title by 16 seconds over Pleasant Plains' Caroline Jachino. The individual regional title was Robbins' first of her career. "Don't remind me of that," Liber
Quincy High School's Fiker Rosen finished in second place at the Class 3A Edwardsville Regional on Saturday, and the Blue Devils finished fifth as a team and advanced to next week's sectional in Quincy's Bob Mays Park. Rosen, a freshman, finished the race