Track & Field and Cross Country
Track & Field has a main individual award called the high point, which is the competitor that has the most total points for his/her team overall. High point winners are not mentioned in a separate take, but the scoring finishers are, which show how the high point winner scored his/her points. Individual order starts from the track events by distance from shortest to longest. Next comes the relay events in the same order followed by the field events.
Cross country puts the times of track & field and swimming together with the writing style for the overall finishers of golf. In cross country, the lowest score wins thanks to how the runners finish. The big individual winners are the runners that finish first in the race, but the team award is determined by how the runners finish.
Interviews are done typically after an event. More often times, a coach is interviewed, but a high point winner or the winner of the cross country race can be interviewed as well. Another thing with these running sports is that there are community runs that do the same thing as a cross country. Those interviews are done after the race and the male and female winners are the better interviewees to have for story content.
Here is a sample of some cross country results that you can obtain after a meet is over.