Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Varsity Cross Country qualifies to Regional for 7th year in a row!
Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Cross Country
Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Cross Country runs with the best at Centerville
Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Cross Country slides in the mud at Mason
Girls Varsity Cross Country · Firefighter Safe Athlete of the Week – Leah Amsler
Leah Amsler has been a consistent top 5 scorer for the girls cross country team this season. She has also been very valuable in practice where her positive attitude and words of encouragement bring energy to every run. Highlights from Leah this year are when she led the team to victory on the home
Multiple Teams · Girls and Boys CC Teams Both Advance to Regionals
Both boys and girls ran against some tough competition at the District Championship meet at Cedarville University this past Saturday. Both Burg teams were able to advance to the next round. The boys qualified for the Regional meet for the 6th year in a row. The girls qualified for the 5th year in a row.
Girls Varsity Cross Country · Jordan Townsley (Georgia State University CC Runner) Competes Close to Home
Georgia State senior Jordan Townsley (MHS Class of ’14) competes in the Queen City Invitational at Voice of America Park on 9/2/17.
Girls Varsity Cross Country · 2016 Girls Cross Country Season
The Miamisburg girls cross country season concluded on October 29th at the Regional Championships in Troy. It was the fourth consecutive trip to the Regional meet, a sign that the program is developing a tradition for excellence. The temperatures in Troy were unseasonably warm, upper 70s. It was a fitting conclusion to a season that
Multiple Teams · Miamisburg High School Boys Varsity Cross Country falls to Elder High School 107-130
Saturday, September 17, 2016 10:50 AM Miamisburg High School AWAY 130 Elder High School HOME 107 Meet Recap Miamisburg Boys Cross Country team places 3rd at the very competitive Cedarville Invitational Meet. A total of 24 teams competed at this meet and the Vikings top seven runners ran a very smart race. The team was