Daniel Perry will be one of the keys to Skyline's continued success next spring.
California Track & Field and Cross Country News
This is the fourth installment in a series of section-by-section track & field season in review articles. This is a recap of the Oakland Section.
Masaki Wada-Low is the top returning male hurdler in the section, part of what is shaping up to be a solid Los Gatos squad in 2019.
This is the third installment in a series of section-by-section track & field season in review articles. This is a recap of the Central Coast Section.
Indiah Turner is the next in a long line of great Carson jumpers, and she is also tremendous in the hurdles.
This is the second installment in a series of section-by-section track & field season in review articles. This is a recap of the Los Angeles City Section.
Noah Battaglia (right) will be the top returning distance runner, leading a typically deep Lowell squad.
This is the first in a series of section-by-section season review articles. We start with the San Francisco Section.
Michael Norman, a Vista Murrieta HS grad and USC sophomore, indicated on his Instagram page that he is turning pro only days after concluding a stunning sophomore year with the collegiate record in the 400m.
The sustained excellence of Liam Anderson should never be taken for granted: it's hard to believe he still has another year!
Bonita's 4x4 cracked the top 5 of the last decade, and two individual performers made it all the way to #2 - can you guess which two?
Jacqueline Duarte was the breakout star of the state meet, adding another entry to an already impressive list of freshmen this season.
Redemption for Mariah Castillo and another victory for Cathilyn McIntosh, highlight CA results at the Brooks PR national high school meet Friday in Renton, Washington.
Will Jacob Rice become California's next pole vault star, or will one of the many returning challengers take up the mantle?
Sondre Guttormsen's all-time state meet record was the most illustrious addition to this list, but several other athletes added their names to the top 10 of the last decade.
California returns 5 of the top 25 shot putters in the nation and 6 of the top 35 discus throwers, led by Fowler's Jocelynn Budwig
Caleb Roberson will be among the top athletes in CA and the country when the 2019 season starts. Who else is poised to dominate the headlines?
Kyla Robinson-Hubbard returns for Calabasas with the #1 ranking in California and #6 in the nation. Who else is in position to join the next wave of superstars?
The prep for cross-country greatness starts now with MileSplit's official 5K training program brought to you by Olympic coach Ryan Ponsonby.
First we ranked the top returning squads using just the state meet, and then we found the best teams using overall season rankings! Can Caleb Foster lead Clovis North to the title in 2019?
There are 10 CIF-State Meet Champions as part of 58 non-seniors who won 66 medals at last weekend's 100th State Finals.
We have every prelim and final race posted, plus interviews with most of the champions (and a few other noteworthy performers, too!).
Jada Hicks dominated like no other athlete at the CIF State Meet, hitting her stride at the right time and suggesting huge potential still ahead of her!
Sean Lee just completed four years of excellence with the best season of his career, and we can't wait to see what he can do on the next level!
Roosevelt senior Breanna Bernard-Joseph saved her best performance for her last race, and brought home the state championship in state-leading time (41.76)!
We couldn't record the whole competition, but we got clips of the top jumpers - including Malcolm Clemons' big 25-footer!
Check out the best performances by former California high school stars competing in the NCAA D1 Regionals, the D2 & D3 Nationals, and the NAIA Nationals!
Erica Grotegeer focused her attention on the discus this postseason, and it paid off in a state championship and a US #2 ranking!
The top 3 boys in the 100 and the top 4 in the 200 are graduating, which means they all gave us their best before moving on to bigger things!
The Redwood junior now leads California in both the 1600 and the 3200 and has a track championship on his resume!