Rylee Bowen is one of several top California athletes who has been active on the indoor track circuit in the past.
Menlo's Robert Miranda made the cross-country trip to race the 2 Mile at New Balance Nationals Indoor last year, a preface to a strong spring and an even better fall.
Is it any surprise that Ariyonna Augustine had a big winter prior to winning 2 state titles in the spring? The only wonder is that more CA sprinters don't hone their skills indoors...
The last major invitational of 2017 is bringing you presents for the holidays: veteran stars, young challengers, and exciting match-ups throughout a strong day of competition!
Chase Wells showed strong potential last winter, but fell just short of making the state meet in the spring. He will be back to take care of unfinished business in 2018!
(Photo by Kirby Lee) The longtime Loyola coach has had great success with both teams and individuals, but those that know him say his biggest gift is investing in people.
Andre Williams will be in contention to win the 2018 Division 5 title. See the other contenders in that and every division inside!
You might have missed Natalie Harper (Cosumnes Oaks), because Division 1 in the SJS is loaded with super-fast individuals. You should be paying attention to this 9th-grader, though.
Led by Tyriq Granillo, the Cathedral boys will be in contention to repeat as Division 4 champs - but it won't be easy.
Last fall, we looked at 16 schools with historically great single-gender cross country programs. This time around, let's consider the top combined male & female teams in Golden State history!
Introductions, multiple spots in both races, and awards - see all the pics from one of our best staff photographers!
Impress your friends with deep cross country facts, like: watch out for the Presentation girls next year in the CCS! And if that doesn't work, get new friends.
It's incredible to me that Chloe Arriaga has one more year left - it seems like she has been competing for championships for a complete high school career already!
Kevin Ramos didn't get the result he wanted at the state meet this year, but he has another year to bring the title home.
Incredibly, every single girl in this photo is returning! The D1 girls race in 2018 is going to be FIRE.
Not only is Liam Anderson the top returner in California, he's also the fastest guy coming back from NXN.
Granada has their entire top 7 returning from the squad that finished third in Division 2 this year, and they will be hard to beat in 2018.
With returning talent like Simon Filler and Caleb Niednagel, Dana Hills is going to be very good (again) next year.
Can anyone stop Claremont's girls? They have 2 straight Division 2 titles, and they're not going anywhere anytime soon.
The Lancers are looking like the team to beat in 2018, although obviously a lot can happen between now and then.
You know, just in case you were thinking that the D1 win streak might be likely to end soon...
St. Francis (Mountain View) made it to NXN, and they have six of their top 7 runners returning for 2018.
The Malibu junior broke the Foot Locker West meet record by 15 seconds on a day when she admits she was conserving some energy for next week's national race.
New Mexico's Kashon Harrison may have taken the win, but the Golden State dominated the top 5, sending a quartet on to San Diego next weekend! Between the boys and girls, nine of the 20 representatives on the West team are from California.
The Buchanan duo of Meagen Lowe and Corie Smith, who took the top 2 spots in Division 1 last weekend, are back for another round in 2018.
For the second straight year, Liam Anderson was the top non-senior at the state meet.
Come check out the top performances by former Golden State high school stars now competing in NCAA and NAIA competition!
If you take each school's top 7 state meet performances since 2000, which team comes out on top?
Which schools have the best team scores when we gather their top 7 state meet performances since 2000? Find out inside!
Did you know that Campolindo's Jenna Miles has improved by over three minutes since her freshman year? Click through for 1-year and 4-year improvement stats, plus career state meet progressions!