CEDAR RAPIDS – Cedar Falls put its boys’ track and field depth on display Saturday afternoon at Kingston Stadium.
T.J. Tomlyanovich set a meet record in the 400 and the Tigers secured the team title with 203 points.
Sioux City North edged the top-ranked Tigers for the 4A team title by nine points. Cedar Falls was three back of second-place Dowling.
The Tigers point scorers finished second through sixth, separated by eight seconds, as Cedar Falls won its qualifying meet in Marshalltown.
Wartburg College hosted a major cross country meet Saturday morning that featured many of the state's top high school teams.
A collection of the state’s top prep track and field athletes gathered inside the UNI-Dome over the last two days.
The Hudson girls' cross country team charged to a second-place finish at Saturday's state cross country meet.
Cedar Falls' cross country team will take one of the state's strongest packs of runners into Saturday's Class 4A championship race.
Three Cedar Falls runners earned first-team all-Mississippi Division honors and Tiger head coach Scott Gall was named coach of the year as the Mississippi Valley Conference announced its season awards Monday.
Cedar Falls placed all seven runners among the top 25, as the Tigers secured a trip to state with a first-place qualifying score of 47 points.
Cedar Falls' boys attacked the course with a pack mentality to capture the 21-team Rich Engel cross country title at Birdsall Park Thursday.
WATERLOO — Cedar Falls head coach Dirk Homewood gave credit where it was due — Mother Nature.
FORT DODGE — A youthful Cedar Falls boys’ cross country team learned plenty of lessons before last season ended in disappointment.
WATERLOO — Denver junior Grace Beck wasn’t sure what to expect when she found out her team would be competing in Thursday’s Cedar Valley Metro…