Anthony Easter is the centerpiece of another strong Eleanor Roosevelt team, and you know their relays will be around at the end of the season.
Coming off a strong indoor season, Joseph Anderson had a quiet start to outdoor - until this past weekend, that is.
You didn't forget about Tara Davis, just because she has been focusing on indoor competition, did you? Yeah, I didn't think so.
See the top college performances from the beginning of the outdoor season, going back two weekends.
Wheatland's Erica Grotegeer almost made the state meet in FOUR events last year - she got there in the shot put & discus, while falling just short in the long jump and 100 dash.
Hannah-Sophia Hall has won NCS titles in both throws, but she hasn't won both in the same year. Yet.
Alex Scales and Meikael Beaudoin-Rousseau are dominating the top of the distance rankings for Bellarmine College Prep.
Carson has their relay teams back 100% intact from last year, when they were among the best high school relays ever - and the team appears to be even deeper in 2017.
It won't be long before Kimball's Deion Lightfoot-Shelton is under 14 and 38, and that should make some future races very interesting.
Kenan Christon holds the early lead in the 100 & 200 rankings, and he even has key wins against the defending section champion.
It didn't take Corie Smith long to make her presence known during the fall season, and she's already on top of the spring 1600 rankings, too.
Rachel Baxter is the first girl in the national to clear 14 feet outdoors this spring, and she topped a fleet of strong vaulters. Check out TWO albums of photos inside!
Callum Bolger outdueled Michael Vernau for the win and the sombroro, posting the top 3200 time in the nation in the process!
He dropped the hammer over the final 800 to pull away from NC's Connor Lane and the rest of a star-studded national field!
Eleanor Roosevelt leads the 4x1 rankings, but it looks like Long Beach Wilson is making a resurgence in the 4x400 this year after two straight years of not breaking 4 minutes.
Is it surprising that a Rancho Verde team with Isaiah Cunningham on it would be the early leader in the 4x1 rankings? No, no it's not.
With a 4:53 already under her belt, we can't wait to see what Claudia Lane can post in the 3200!
Trad Berti (Paso Robles) is carrying the momentum from his strong cross country season over to the track so far this spring.
Ashley Anumba (Los Osos) started her spring season with a BIG 45' throw, putting her in position to challenge top returner Pamela Amaechi for supremacy.
Catch her interview inside along with all the top performances by former CA high school stars at the 5 major collegiate national championships!
Only three weeks into the season, Sean Lee (Trabuco Hills) is already threatening the 7 foot mark.
Shae Anderson has the top time in California in the 200 and 400, ranks 2nd in the 100 and the 300H, and falls to 3rd in the 100H...and also leads the 800 rankings. Sheesh.
While Joseph Anderson was concentrating on the 60 Hurdles indoors, Roosevelt's Anthony Easter has gotten a great start on the 110H and 300H outdoors.
Kaelin Roberts can win anything from 100 to 400 in her section, but she's far from the only title contender on this loaded Carson squad.
Haley Herberg's 10:38 3200 was just one of many top CA performances from around the state and around the country this weekend!
The only athlete in the section that leads the rankings in three events, Kelly Koehnen, is looking to make a repeat trip to Fresno.
Andrew Skoy leads the section in the 1600 and 3200 as he looks for a return to the CIF State Meet.
Kaelin Roberts is back to challenge for the 400 and 200 state titles and lead Carson to a repeat team championship.
Mark Nunez is the top returner in the 200 and 400, leading a Dorsey team that has a strong tradition of relay speed.
Carson's weapons extend well beyond the track, where Jonon Young leads a fleet of talented jumpers.