Many Missouri teams crossed the border in week 4 and our summary begins with a recap of the races outside the state.
Taylor Dickerson of Jackson wins the girls 3 mile race
The Rock Bridge boys pull off a very impressive performance finishing 2nd in the highly competitive team battle. Jordan Cook, CaleB Wilfong and Nathan Keown finished in the top 16 of a 193 boy field. By finishing 2nd the Rock Bridge boys finished ahead of York, the perennial powerhouse from Chicago
Max Jobson was just glad he was able to run at Rim Rock this year.
With eight states and more than 3,200 runners at the Rim Rock Farm Classic Saturday, it was inevitable that someone from outside the bi-state area would claim a race. The area runners were not going to let him do it without a challenge
Drew Whiite and Samantha Nightingale's impressive day in Kansas are the subject of the first segment of Missouri MileSplit's coverage from Rim Rock Farms.
MileSplit's Craig Martin highlights two outstanding performances by Kansas athltes in Part 1 of our Rim Rock Farms meet summary.
Samantha Nightingale not only defended her title at Rim Rock Farms but smoked through the historic 4k course in 14:15
It's a border battle at Rim Rock Farms on Saturday as the defending Missouri and Kansas champions face off in the boys varsity gold race.
Drew White (2nd - Varsity Gold) and Samantha Nightingale (1st - Varsity Gold) turned in times under the modern ,if not all time course records.
On the team side the Rockhurst Boys captured their 2nd consecutive Rim Rock team title in the Varsity Gold Division. On the girls side it was Liberty North taking home a first place trophy in the Girls Blue Division.
The girls from Lee's Summit West traveled to Minnesota and finished 7th in the 44 team field.
Coming Tuesday - Week 4 in-state review