Week 8 X-C Rankings

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Week 8 MichiganCrossCountry.com Prep Rankings

Super 10 Boys (school — division)

1. Brighton — D1

2. Fremont — D2

3. Rochester Hills Stoney Creek — D1

4. Clarkston — D1

5. Romeo — D1

6. Detroit Catholic Central — D1

7. Dexter — D1

8. Otsego — D2

9. Ann Arbor Pioneer — D1

10. Saline — D1

Super 10 Girls (school — division)

1. Ann Arbor Pioneer — D1

2. Petoskey — D2

3. East Grand Rapids — D2

4. Traverse City Central — D1

5. Hart — D3

6. Northville — D1

7. Holland West Ottawa — D1

8. Saline — D1

9. Brighton — D1

10. Troy — D1

LP Division 1 Boys

1. Brighton — R4

2. Dexter — R4

3. Rochester Hills Stoney Creek — R9

4. Romeo — R9

5. Ann Arbor Pioneer — R5

6. Clarkston — R7

7. Saline — R5

8. Detroit Catholic Central — R6

9. Traverse City Central — R1

10. Ann Arbor Skyline — R4

11. Caledonia — R3

12. Plymouth — R6

13. Zeeland West — R3

14. Hartland — R7

15. Rockford — R1

H.M. Cedar Springs — R1

H.M. Northville — R6

LP Division 1 Girls

1. Ann Arbor Pioneer — R5

2. Traverse City Central — R1

3. Northville — R6

4. Brighton — R4

5. Saline — R5

6. Plymouth — R6

7. Troy — R8

8. Salem — R6

9. Bay City Western — R2

10. Holland West Ottawa — R3

11. Temperance Bedford — R5

12. Romeo — R9

13. Rockford — R1

14. Birmingham Seaholm — R8

15. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern — R1

H.M Bloomfield Hills — R7

H.M. Caledonia — R3

LP Division 2 Boys

1. Fremont — R10

2. Otsego — R12

3. Haslett — R14

4. Chelsea — R18

5. Grand Rapids Christian — R11

6. Dearborn Divine Child — R18

7. St Johns — R14

8. Sparta — R10

9. Yale — R17

10. East Grand Rapids — R14

11. Holland Christian — R12

12. Petoskey — R10

13. St Clair — R17

14. Battle Creek Harper Creek — R13

15. Marshall — R13

LP Division 2 Girls

1. Petoskey — R10

2. East Grand Rapids — R14

3. Ada Forest Hills Eastern — R14

4. Cadillac — R10

5. Grand Rapids Christian — R11

6. Frankenmuth — R15

7. Plainwell — R13

8. Tecumseh — R18

9. Otsego — R12

10. Spring Lake — R11

10. St Johns — R14

12. Freeland — R15

13. Dearborn Divine Child — R18

14. Warren Regina — R17

15. Coldwater — R13

H.M. Mason — R14

LP Division 3 Boys

1. Hanover Horton — R23

2. Charlevoix — R19

3. Hart — R20

4. Traverse City St Francis — R19

5. Grandville Calvin Christian — R21

6. Saugatuck — R22

7. Benzie Central — R20

8. Pewamo Westphalia — R24

9. St Louis — R24

10. Harbor Springs — R19

11. Grand Rapids Covenant Christian — R21

12. Caro — R25

13. Shepherd — R25

14. Montrose — R24

15. Bloomingdale — R22

LP Division 3 Girls

1. Hart — R20

2. Benzie Central — R20

3. Grandville Calvin Christian — R21

4. Shepherd — R25

5. Pewamo Westphalia — R24

6. Traverse City St Francis — R19

7. Ithaca — R24

8. McBain — R20

9. St Louis — R24

10. Clare — R25

10. Charlevoix — R19

12. Harbor Springs — R19

13. Reese — R25

14. Kent City — R21

15. Byron — R26

H.M. Galesburg Augusta — R22

H.M. Grand Rapids Covenant Christian — R21

LP Division 4 Boys

1. Breckenridge — R35

2. East Jordan — R28

3. Unionville Sebewaing — R35

4. Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart — R30

5. Carson City Crystal — R30

6. Petoskey St Michael Academy — R28

7. Wyoming Potter’s House Christian — R31

8. Concord — R34

9. Dansville — R33

10. Mason County Eastern — R29

11. Bridgman — R31

12. Webberville — R33

13. Morrice — R33

14. Deckerville — R35

15. Beal City — R30

LP Division 4 Girls

1. Bridgman — R31

2. Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart — R30

3. Hillsdale Academy — R34

4. Adrian Lenawee Christian — R34

5. Kalamazoo Christian — R32

6. Hudson — R34

7. East Jordan — R28

8. Fowler — R33

9. Clarkston Everest Collegiate — R36

10. Muskegon Western Michigan Christian — R31

10. Johannesburg Lewiston — R28

12. Battle Creek St Philip — R32

13. Royal Oak Shrine Catholic — R36

14. Allen Park Cabrini — R36

15. Pittsford — R34

H.M. Carson City Crystal — R30

H.M. Harbor Beach — R35

History

Oct. 30

1999 — Marques Tuiasosopo becomes the first player to pass for 300 yards and run for 200, racking up a school-record 509 combined yards and rallying Washington past Stanford 35-30.

2003 — In the first regular-season game of his NBA career, 18-year-old LeBron James has 25 points, nine assists, six rebounds and four steals, but the Cleveland Cavaliers lose 106-92 to the Sacramento Kings.

2004 — Trainer Bobby Frankel finally breaks through in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, with Ghostzapper capturing America’s richest race held at Lone Star Park. Frankel, who had just two wins with 62 Breeders’ Cup starters before the $4 million Classic, saddled the beaten favorite the past three years.

2010 — Roy Helu Jr. rushes for touchdowns of 66, 73 and 53 yards and finishes with a school-record 307 yards and No. 14 Nebraska defeats previously unbeaten No. 7 Missouri 31-17.

2016 — Derek Carr throws a 41-yard touchdown pass to Seth Roberts with 1:45 remaining in overtime, sending the Oakland Raiders to a 30-24 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Carr throws for a franchise-record 513 yards — completing 40 of 59 passes without an interception — and the Raiders overcome an NFL-record 23 penalties for 200 yards.

2016 — Hideki Matsuyama of Japan closes with a 6-under 66 to win the HSBC Champions and becomes the first Asian winner in the 18 years of the World Golf Championships.

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