Alex Scales sits atop the rankings in two events, although it's worth noting that converted miles don't show up in these lists.
Chloe Arriaga has had three races of 4:55 or faster this spring, which could be a sign that she's getting ready to challenge the 4:50 mark in May.
Kyle Tsu's CA #3 throw at the OC Championships was the only change in the top 5 of ANY boys' field event this past weekend. Guess everyone is saving up for May?
Several strong doubles, a handful of big field event PR's, and an epic relay combo - there's a little bit of everything in this week's pair of polls!
Brooke Tjerrild and Kate Thomas are on identical trajectories: both broke 13 for the first time at Arcadia, and both improved to US #9 13' 4" this past weekend.
After a bit of a slow start to the season, Isaiah Cunningham has turned it on the last three weeks, including a wind-legal US #4 20.98 in the 200 this past Saturday.
Aaliyah Wilson (Stockdale) had a good day at the Patriot Games last Friday, moving into the top 5 of the 100 and top 6 of the 100 Hurdles, both wind-legal.
We have TWO albums, from Lizette Adams and Ben Crawford, going up this evening. Check out all the action, including two strong relay performances by team champ Santa Margarita
Photos are up from Friday's action at one of the biggest regular-season invitationals in the SJS!
MileSplit will be on-site Friday afternoon and evening for photo coverage, so check back this weekend for updates!
St. Mary's (Stockton) has a future star in Jamar Marshall, the top freshman hurdler in California right now.
The Frosh/Soph Invitational will be held on Saturday, May 6th, at Pinecrest High School. Bring your 9th- and 10th-graders to their own championship meet!
Corie Smith continues to impress during her freshman campaign, and we can't wait to see what she can accomplish over the next 3 years.
Marcus Mota is just a sophomore. Repeat that to yourself a few times so it will sink in.
Deanna Nowling leads all sophomores in the 200 and 400, and with teammate Tierra Crockrell they form a potent combo on the relays for the next two years.
Yucaipa's Asani Hampton is in the hunt for state titles in the 100 and 200 right now, and he has another year still to go.
With a strong performance at Mt. SAC, Faimale Sale became the top junior shot putter in the state.
Long Beach Poly's Zion Bowens moved into the national top 10 with a wind-legal 21.25 in the 200 Saturday.
Rancho Verde left the meet with two new CA #1 relay times - just two of the many great performances that we captured in video and photos!
Kiley McCarthy took over the top spot among seniors in the 800 with her performance at the Mt. SAC Relays this past weekend.
All high school race videos from the 2017 Mt. SAC Relays are now posted on our videos page, and you can view them with a MileSplit Universal subscription!
You can also see all the other high school races from Friday night, plus interviews with the winners!
Kelly Koehnen is only 6 seconds in the 3200 away from leading all three distance races within the section.
Who has had a better April than Alex Scales? First a mile win at Stanford, then the 800 title (and two big relay wins at Arcadia).
Sheldon's relays have been killing it, putting up big times at both Stanford and Arcadia.
Justin Hazell (El Camino Real, right) put up a sub-9 3200 at Arcadia, giving him a commanding lead in those rankings - but so far this season, he has some competition in the 1600.
Rylee Bowen dropped a 4:48.92 for the full mile at Arcadia, putting her right back in the conversation as one of the top contenders in the state.
Moises Medrano leads the section in the 800, and Evert Silva leads in the 3200 - but their battle in the 1600 may turn out to be epic, especially when you consider their converted mile times.
Nu'u Tuilefano (El Camino) has lived up to her pre-season favorite status in the throws, especially the shot put, where she is dominant.
Carson was back in black at Arcadia, and they're also back on top of these rankings - and we suspect they haven't begun to show their full potential yet.