Entry List Deadline: Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, 4 pm ET / 3 pm CT.
Date: Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014.
Advancement: The top 10 individuals from non‐advancing teams and the first 5 qualifying teams from each sectional shall advance to designated regionals.
1. Hammond Gavit (13) | 10/10:45 am CT | Boys Results | Girls Results
Calumet, East Chicago Central, Gary West Side, Griffith, Hammond, Hammond Bishop Noll, Hammond Clark, Hammond Gavit, Hammond Morton, Highland, Lake Central, Munster, Whiting.
2. Crown Point (13) | 9/9:45 am CT | Boys Results | Girls Results
21st Century - Gary, Andrean, Bowman Academy, Crown Point, Gary Lighthouse, Gary Roosevelt, Gary Wallace, Hanover Central, Hebron, Hobart, Lowell, Merrillville, River Forest.
3. Chesterton (13) | 9/9:45 am CT | Boys Results | Girls Results
Boone Grove, Chesterton, Lake Station Edison, LaPorte, Marquette Catholic, Michigan City, New Prairie, Portage, South Central (Union Mills), Valparaiso, Washington Township, Westville, Wheeler.
4. Rensselaer Central (11) | 10:30/11:15 am CT | Boys Results | Girls Results
Kankakee Valley, Knox, Kouts, LaCrosse, Morgan Township, North Judson-San Pierre, North Newton, Oregon-Davis, Rensselaer Central, South Newton, West Central.
5. Benton Central (13) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Attica, Benton Central, Covington, Crawfordsville, Fountain Central, Frontier, North Montgomery, North Vermillion, North White, Seeger, Southmont, Tri-County, Twin Lakes.
6. Harrison (West Lafayette)(12) | 10/10:40 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Clinton Central, Clinton Prairie, Delphi Community, Faith Christian, Frankfort, Harrison (West Lafayette), Lafayette Central Catholic, Lafayette Jefferson, McCutcheon, Rossville, West Lafayette, Western Boone.
7. Culver Academies (12) | 10:30/11:10 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Argos, Caston, Culver Academies, Culver Community, Lakeland Christian Academy, Manchester, North Miami, Plymouth, Rochester Community, Tippecanoe Valley, Triton, Warsaw.
8. Logansport (12) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Carroll (Flora), Cass, Eastern (Greentown), Kokomo, Logansport, Maconaquah, Northwestern, Peru, Pioneer, Taylor, Western, Winamac Community.
9. South Bend Riley (11) | 1:00/1:45 pm ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Bremen, Glenn, LaVille, Mishawaka, Mishawaka Marian, Penn, South Bend Adams, South Bend Clay, South Bend Riley, South Bend St. Joseph, South Bend Washington.
10. Elkhart Central (11) | 10/10:45 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Bethany Christian, Concord, Elkhart Central, Elkhart Christian Academy, Elkhart Memorial, Fairfield, Goshen, Jimtown, Northridge, NorthWood, Wawasee.
11. West Noble (12) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Angola, Central Noble, Churubusco, DeKalb, East Noble, Eastside, Fremont, Hamilton, Lakeland, Prairie Heights, West Noble, Westview.
12. Fort Wayne Northrop (13) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Carroll (Fort Wayne), Columbia City, Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger, Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian, Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran, Fort Wayne North Side, Fort Wayne Northrop, Fort Wayne Snider, Garrett, Homestead, Lakewood Park Christian, Leo, Whitko.
13. Bellmont (12) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Adams Central, Bellmont, Bluffton, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers, Fort Wayne Canterbury, Fort Wayne South Side, Fort Wayne Wayne, Heritage, New Haven, Norwell, South Adams, Woodlan.
14. Marion (11) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Blackford, Eastbrook, Huntington North, Madison-Grant, Marion, Mississinewa, Northfield, Oak Hill, Southern Wells, Southwood, Wabash.
15. Pendleton Heights (12) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Alexandria Monroe, Anderson, Blue River Valley, Daleville, Elwood Community, Frankton, Lapel, Liberty Christian, Mt. Vernon (Fortville), Pendleton Heights, Shenandoah, Yorktown.
16. Delta (12) | 10/10:45 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Cowan, Delta, Jay County, Monroe Central, Muncie Burris, Muncie Central, Randolph Southern, Union (Modoc), Union City, Wapahani, Wes-Del, Winchester Community.
17. South Putnam (12) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Avon, Bethesda Christian, Brownsburg, Cascade, Cloverdale, Danville Community, Decatur Central, Greencastle, North Putnam, Plainfield, South Putnam, Tri-West Hendricks.
18. Ben Davis (15) | 10/10:45 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Ben Davis, Covenant Christian (Indianapolis), Fall Creek Academy, Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks, Indianapolis Howe, Indianapolis Manual, Indianapolis Metropolitan, Indianapolis Northwest, Indianapolis Shortridge, Indianapolis Washington, International, Pike, Speedway, Zionsville.
19. Noblesville (13) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Carmel, Fishers, Guerin Catholic, Hamilton Heights, Hamilton Southeastern, Indiana Math & Science Academy, Lebanon, Noblesville, Sheridan, Tipton, Tri-Central, University, Westfield.
20. Brebeuf Jesuit (15) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Brebeuf Jesuit, Heritage Christian, Herron, Indiana Deaf, Indianapolis Arlington, Indianapolis Arsenal Technical, Indianapolis Bishop Chatard, Indianapolis Broad Ripple, Indianapolis Cathedral, Irvington, Lawrence Central, Lawrence North, North Central (Indianapolis), Park Tudor, Tindley.
21. New Palestine (13) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Baptist Academy, Beech Grove, Eastern Hancock, Franklin Central, Greenfield-Central, Indianapolis Lutheran, Indianapolis Marshall, Indianapolis Scecina Memorial, Morristown, New Palestine, Roncalli, Triton Central, Warren Central.
22. Connersville (13) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Cambridge City Lincoln, Centerville, Connersville, Franklin County, Hagerstown, Knightstown, New Castle, Northeastern, Richmond, Rushville Consolidated, Seton Catholic, Tri, Union County.
23. South Dearborn (12) | 10/10:45 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Batesville, East Central, Greensburg, Jac-Cen-Del, Lawrenceburg, Milan, North Decatur, Oldenburg Academy, Rising Sun, South Dearborn, South Decatur, South Ripley.
24. Franklin Community (12) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Center Grove, Eminence, Franklin Community, Greenwood Community, Greenwood Christian Academy, Monrovia, Mooresville, Perry Meridian, Shelbyville, Southport, Waldron, Whiteland Community.
25. Brown County (13) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Brown County, Brownstown Central, Columbus East, Columbus North, Crothersville, Edinburgh, Hauser, Indian Creek, Martinsville, Seymour, Southwestern (Shelbyville), Trinity Lutheran, White River Valley.
26. Terre Haute North (14) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Team | Boys Indv | Girls Team | Girls Indv
Clay City, Linton-Stockton, North Central (Farmersburg), Northview, Owen Valley, Riverton Parke, Rockville, Shakamak, South Vermillion, Sullivan, Terre Haute North, Terre Haute South, Turkey Run, West Vigo.
27. Bedford North Lawrence (13) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Bedford North Lawrence, Bloomfield, Bloomington North, Bloomington South, Eastern (Pekin), Eastern Greene, Edgewood, Medora, Mitchell, Orleans, Paoli, Salem, West Washington.
28. Southwestern (Hanover) (11) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Austin, Charlestown, Henryville, Jennings County, Madison Consolidated, New Washington, Scottsburg, Shawe Memorial, Silver Creek, Southwestern (Hanover), Switzerland County.
29. Crawford County (12) | 11:15/12 pm ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Borden, Christian Academy of Indiana, Clarksville, Corydon Central, Crawford County, Floyd Central, Jeffersonville, Lanesville, New Albany, North Harrison, Providence, South Central (Elizabeth).
30. Jasper (12) | 10:30/11:15 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Cannelton, Forest Park, Heritage Hills, Jasper, Loogootee, Northeast Dubois, Perry Central, Shoals, South Spencer, Southridge, Springs Valley, Tell City.
31. South Knox (13) | 11/11:45 am ET | Boys Results | Girls Results
Barr-Reeve, Gibson Southern, North Daviess, North Knox, Pike Central, Princeton Community, South Knox, Tecumseh, Vincennes Lincoln, Vincennes Rivet, Washington, Washington Catholic, Wood Memorial.
32. Evansville Mater Dei (13) | 10/10:45 am CT | Boys Results | Girls Results
Boonville, Castle, Evansville Bosse, Evansville Central, Evansville Day, Evansville Harrison, Evansville Mater Dei, Evansville Memorial, Evansville North, Evansville Reitz, Mt. Vernon, North Posey, Signature.
Date: Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014.
Site: LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course, Wabash Valley Sports Center, 599 S. Tabortown Road, Terre Haute, IN 47803
Times: Girls at 1 pm ET; Boys at 1:45 pm ET.
Admission: $8.00 per person.
Feeder Semi-States: Brown County, Carmel, New Haven, New Prairie.
Videoboard Webstream: IHSAAtv.org
Girls Lane Assignments | Boys Lane Assignments | Official Program
Girls Team Results | Girls Individual Results | Boys Team Results | Boys Individual Results
West Lafayette Boys, Carmel Girls Reign at Cross Country State Championships, Rohrer Sets Girls State Record
The 2014 edition of the IHSAA Boys & Girls Cross Country State Championships had plenty of historical significance.
The West Lafayette boys team won its second title 50 years after their first one while Carmel's girls equaled the school's state record with its fifth straight team crown. Mishawaka's Anna Rohrer set a state record in 17:08.8 in winning the girls race and Carmel's Ben Veatch (15:09.30) won a photo finish by .07 for the boys individual championship.
It was the second state championship in three seasons for the senior Rohrer who covered the 5,000 meter course in 17:08.8, more than four seconds faster than the 17:13.2 she ran her sophomore year. The phenom was sidelined last year after breaking a bone in her foot early in the season and had missed most of this season until returning just before the state tournament.
Avon's Taylor Nicholson finished a distant second in 17:50.0 and Penn's Madison Woods ended third in 17:55.7.
The 1964 West Lafayette boys team was remembered 50 years ago yesterday for its first title and the school's current squad added its second trophy scoring 133 points, seven better than two-time defending champion Carmel.
Cooper Williams led the Red Devils' cause with a third place overall finish in 15:12.2. Evan Johnson, Dom Patacsil, Jake Cohen and Dylan Williams finished 26th, 29th, 33rd and 42nd, respectively, as the team's other scoring runners.
Munster finished third with 143 points, its best showing ever, while Columbus North was fourth with 164 and Brebeuf Jesuit ended fifth with 182.
Carmel's Ben Veatch edged out Brebeuf Jesuit's Zack Snider (15:09.37) at the line in a photo finish by .07 seconds, the third-closest 1-2 finish in boys finals history. He also became the first Greyhound to win the boys individual championship.
After West Lafayette's Williams, Columbus North's Seth Williams placed fourth in 15:14.3.
The top-ranked Carmel girls team continued its dominance winning the team title for the fifth straight year equaling the state record set by the Greyhound teams from 1984-88.
Haley Harris led the way with her fifth place showing in 18:15.1 followed by Madelyn Dalton in seventh in 18:18.1. Stacy Morozov (12th), Sarah Leinheiser (15th) and Kelsey Harris (16th) rounded out their scoring which totaled 55 points.
Avon finished as the runner-up team with 124 points, its best-ever finish, followed by West Lafayette in third with 147, Penn at 158 and Columbus North with 171.
Rohrer, Snider named Mental Attitude Award winners
Following the races, the IHSAA Executive Committee announced Mishawaka’s Anna Rohrer and Brebeuf Jesuit’s Zack Snider as this year’s winners of the mental attitude awards.
Rohrer captured her second state title in three years in state record time and maintains a 4.43 GPA at her school. She returned to action just before this year’s state tournament due to a foot injury that ended her season a year ago prematurely and lingered through this season.
Anna is the daughter of Wendell and Katie Rohrer of Mishawaka and is undecided on her college plans at this point but is interested in studying sports medicine.
Snider finished as the state runner-up in a photo finish, his third straight top 16 finish at the state meet. He’s also run track for his school and is among the school’s best students as a National Honors Society member. He serves as a Presidential and Admissions Ambassador in school sponsored events
Zack is the son of Amy and Tony Snider of Carmel and plans to study engineering at either Harvard University or Stanford University.
Each year the IHSAA Executive Committee selects a senior participant of each gender who was nominated by their principal and coach and was determined to have best demonstrated mental attitude, scholarship, leadership and athletic ability. The Committee presented $1,000 to each school’s general scholarship fund in the name of Rohrer and Snider.