It's now a summer tradition! We will count down the days to the start of the fall season by spotlighting one boys and one girls team each day.
Where did Sondre Guttormsen's vaulting fall among our top 5, and who else made the list? Find out inside!
Accomplishing a feat that hasn't been done since 2000, and posting a US #3 time in the process? Yeah, that's good for the top of the list. Who else made it?
Who leads the rankings in every event for the Class of 2018?
Field event athletes were the hallmark of the Class of 2018 on the boys' side. Which recently-graduated seniors made the Top 200?
Was Maddy Denner's huge state meet enough to earn your vote? Who else made the poll?
Jocelynn Budwig (Fowler) was one of several state champions from the Class of 2019. Does she have your vote?
Caleb Roberson kept the hurdles legacy at Upland alive this season, and has one more year to build on it. Who else leads the rankings?
Alysah Hickey of Coronado brought home a state championship in the long jump, while also placing 4th in the high jump.
Tori Gaitan was the top soph in California in the 1600 and 3200, ranking 4th in the nation for both among the Class of 2020. Is that enough to hold off the other talented 10th-graders in this poll?
Malcolm Clemons led the nation in the long jump this spring, and he still has two years left!
The best girls from California's Class of 2020 ranked in every event.
The top 200 boys from California's Class of 2020 in every event.
Rachel Glenn led the overall state rankings in the high jump, finished in a tie for 1st at the state meet, and ranks 2nd in the nation among sophomores.
Colin Peattie leads all freshmen in California and across the nation in the 1600! Who else reached the top of the lists for the Class of 2021?
The two graduated seniors will now be eligible for consideration in the National Athlete of the Year competition.
The top 200 girls in every event from the Class of 2021
Great Oak has a potentially historic crew of distance runners returning, and the Wolfpack also has talent outside the distances - but will it be enough to contend for Southern Section dominance?
Caleb Foster and Clovis North will be back strong for 2019, and may have a chip on their shoulder after 2018 did not go 100% as planned.
Sheldon's Imani Dupree has unfinished business lingering from this season, but she has two more years to come back and take care of it.
Malcolm Clemons will be back for TWO MORE YEARS! Which other stars return, and who will be in position to step up into a bigger role in 2019?
2019 will be the year of unfinished business for Karson Lippert, and there are several state meet contenders returning elsewhere in the SDS.
Michael Norman brought his stellar sophomore season - and his college career - to a close, one of many former Golden State high school stars that competed in Des Moines.
Can Charlie Giannini make the leap into state-wide contention in his senior year?
Daniel Perry will be one of the keys to Skyline's continued success next spring.
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.
Indiah Turner is the next in a long line of great Carson jumpers, and she is also tremendous in the hurdles.
Noah Battaglia (right) will be the top returning distance runner, leading a typically deep Lowell squad.
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?