There were four high school events competed at the Boost Games this weekend and Texans won them all.
There were championship and top rated performances by Texas track athletes this weekend at Brooks PR.
The UIL 6A 100H state champ finishes second at New Balance Nationals Outdoor.
Fort Bend Marshall showed the state of Texas how fast they were all season long, and they showed the nation in person at NBNO.
Hali Murphy continued her outstanding freshman year at New Balance Nationals Outdoor.
Preston Starks could be the next sprint star in Texas.
Alexis Brown explodes for the top wind legal jump in the nation.
Find out which Texans are competing at the New Balance Nationals.
Find out which Texas athletes will compete in Seattle for the Brooks PR Inv.
Three Texans team up to run 39.05 in the 4x100 Relay.
Texas boys 4x200 dominated at the Great Southwest!
Matthew Boling got the most competitive 50m of his season before he eventually took over.
Jada Kenner won the D2 Girls 100m and 200m titles.
Top ranked Jaheim Jones wins 2019 100m state title.
Sarah Trainor runs 6:31.59 for the new meet record.
Katelyn Tuohy takes another state title with the girls 3K.
NY No. 1 Paul Robeson drops their state leading time by almost a second for the win at States.
Christopher Columbus senior Anthony Brodie goes 47.07 for the Div.1 400m win.
Watch the fast girls 800m at the New York State Meet.
The 2019 distance scene was fast and deep.
University of Houston long jumper Trumaine Jefferson takes second in NCAA in long jump.
Bryce Hoppel comes home to PR in NCAA 800m prelims.
Texas Tech head coach discusses minimizing athlete work loads.
There is still time to register for next weekend's Cross Country Coaches Association of Texas 2019 Summer Clinic.
Check out the Texas HS Alums and the top performances heading into this weekend's NCAA DI Championships
Find out who the top girls are from the past Great Southwest Classic years.
The Great Southwest Classic is this weekend, see how impressive former Texans have been throughout the years.