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Complete list of 2013 NXN Individual and Team qualifiers - Nike Cross Nationals 2013

Heartland Girls

  1. Wayzata
  2. East Ridge


Individuals
Jenna Truedson
Megan Hasz
Bethany Hasz
McKenzie Yanek
Karissa Schweitzer

Heartland Boys

  1. Edina
  2. Wayzata


Individuals
Stuart McNutt
Obsa Ali
Chandler Austin
Addison Dehaven
Albert Meier 

Northwest Girls

  1. Bozeman
  2. Tacoma


Individuals
Alexa Efraimson
Christina Aragon
Ella Donaghu
Hannah Gindlesperger
Sam McKinnon

Northwest Boys

  1. Gig
  2. North Spokane


Individuals
Ahmed Ibrahim
Andrew Rafla
Reilly Bloomer
Andrew Foerder
Ricky Faure

Midwest Girls

  1. Carmel
  2. North Naperville


Individuals
Mary Abramson
Jill Whitman
Taylor Werner
Jamie Kempfer
Meredith Smith

Midwest Boys

  1. Carmel
  2. Cincinnati


Individuals
Zachery Panning
Evan Schulte
Zachary Smith
Jesse Reeser
Nathan Mroz

South Girls

  1. New Braunfels
  2. The Woodlands


Individuals
Safee Belbina
Natalie Rathjen
Madie Boreman
Devin Clark
Kellee McCann

South Boys

  1. Carroll
  2. Carrollton


Individuals
Jacob Shiohira
Frank Lara
Wesley Ward
Ben Barrett (Benjamin legal)
Zachariah Hamstra

Southwest Girls

  1. Fort Collins
  2. Davis


Individuals
Elise Cranny
Danielle jones
Erin Norton
Katie Rainsberger
Alyssa Snyder

Southwest Boys

  1. American Fork
  2. Davis


Individuals
Zachary Alhambra
Andrew brewer
Michael Buckley
Cerake Geberkidane
Bailey Roth

Southeast Girls

  1. Louisville
  2. Blacksburg


Individuals
Davtrice McUmber
Isabel Griffith
Madisyn Peeples
Elena Henes
Elizabeth Gonzalez

Southeast Boys

  1. Brentwood
  2. Severna Park


Individuals
Austin Sprague
Thomas Mulroy
Stephen Garrett
Nicholas Diaz
Tyler Spear

Northeast Girls

  1. Kennett
  2. Lower Bucks


Invididuals
Grace Dwyer
Abagail Mcnulty
Autumn Eastman
Emma Mcmillan
Elizabeth Lansing

Northeast Boys

  1. Lincroft
  2. West Chester


Individuals
Trevor Hopper
Thomas O'Neill
Kevin James
Christian Stafford
Griffin Molino

New York Girls

  1. Manlius
  2. Kinetic


Individuals
Erin Jasket
Sophia Tasselmyer
Alexandra Cooper
Abbey Wheeler
Stephanie Gerland

New York Boys

  1. Manlius
  2. Northport


Individuals
Aidan Tooker
Patrick Tucker
Josh Dyrland
TJ Hornberger
Benito Muniz

California Girls

  1. Temecula
  2. Simi Valley


Individuals
Marissa Williams 
Bethan Knights
Sarah Robinson 
Addi Zerrenner 
Leigh Moffett

California Boys

  1. Arcadia
  2. Madera


Individuals
Aidan Goltra
David Luna
Austin Tamagno
Blake Haney
Alan Yoho

At Large Girls

  1. Carroll
  2. Louisville (CO)
  3. New Hampshire
  4. Davis (CA)


At Large Boys

  1. Liverpool
  2. Portland
  3. Dana Point
  4. Hinsdale

 

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Chris Nickinson
watchout
I kind of agree with Scott, though I certainly see Tom Keyes point as well:

Either the Northwest or New York look, at this point, like the strongest boys regions. Midwest is going to be pretty tough as well - I could definitely see both teams finishing in the top 10. The Southeast is going to be strong as well, though I don't know if their history suggests that two teams in the top 10 is exactly a strong possibility (but hey, Blacksburg did break through last year, so it can be done). Best chances of having two teams towards the top, though, are the NW and NY in some order.

Southwest girls being the top region is a strong possibility IMO. Those teams are just TOUGH.



As for who is going to win... I feel like that is worthy of a separate thread/poll. :)
Chris Nickinson

Tom Keyes, on , said:

If I were laying odds right now the F-M boys would be favored. They are peaking at the right time for NXN. They just smashed the Bowdin Park course record and their program is very used to running at a National level. The F-M team has one senior on it. Which is frickin scary to consider going forward. And Northport was right behind them.

Also, the CBA boys won NXN without one of their top three runners and two of their guys taking falls in the race. CBA has experience and they've shown they can run really, really fast evidenced by the number of venerable course records they've taken down hard this year.

So if the NW has better teams than that hats off to 'em.

Girls side, F-M looks like they to are peaking at the right time. I will bet against them, like, never.


If I was making odds for the boys race at NXN I'd still make CBA the favorite. Yes, FM had a faster average on the same course Saturday but CBA rested 1 runner and had at least 1 other fall during the race.
jdaman1998
Watch out for Arcadia! They had a very strong showing at CA state.
American Fork, CBA, Gig and maybe F-M are in the mix
Scott Bush

Tom Keyes, on , said:

If I were laying odds right now the F-M boys would be favored. They are peaking at the right time for NXN. They just smashed the Bowdin Park course record and their program is very used to running at a National level. The F-M team has one senior on it. Which is frickin scary to consider going forward. And Northport was right behind them.

Also, the CBA boys won NXN without one of their top three runners and two of their guys taking falls in the race. CBA has experience and they've shown they can run really, really fast evidenced by the number of venerable course records they've taken down hard this year.

So if the NW has better teams than that hats off to 'em.

Girls side, F-M looks like they to are peaking at the right time. I will bet against them, like, never.


I hear you on the NY boys. FM is going to be very tough and Northport showed they are legit. I could see NY beating the NW, but I am sticking with experience and strengths of the NW squads.
Tom Keyes
If I were laying odds right now the F-M boys would be favored. They are peaking at the right time for NXN. They just smashed the Bowdin Park course record and their program is very used to running at a National level. The F-M team has one senior on it. Which is frickin scary to consider going forward. And Northport was right behind them.

Also, the CBA boys won NXN without one of their top three runners and two of their guys taking falls in the race. CBA has experience and they've shown they can run really, really fast evidenced by the number of venerable course records they've taken down hard this year.

So if the NW has better teams than that hats off to 'em.

Girls side, F-M looks like they to are peaking at the right time. I will bet against them, like, never.
Scott Bush
Any guesses on which region will represent best at NXN? My pick are the Northwest boys and Southwest girls.
Chris Nickinson

Chardongirls1978, on , said:

The other day I was surfing around on the runnerspace.com site and found a great PDF file that showed the colors for the various regions together with the course map. Could some repost the link to that if they know how to find it? We have a lot of relatives that are going to watch online and it would help if they could pick out the uniforms.


Here you go: http://www.nike.com/...tator-Guide.pdf
Chardongirls1978
The other day I was surfing around on the runnerspace.com site and found a great PDF file that showed the colors for the various regions together with the course map. Could some repost the link to that if they know how to find it? We have a lot of relatives that are going to watch online and it would help if they could pick out the uniforms.
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