Matt Strangio leads the 3200 rankings, and just missed making the CIF State Meet, and he will be one to watch over the next three years.
Chaminade's Jasmine Jackson has the top freshman times in both hurdle races, and she is already under 45 - the only 9th-grader in California to do so.
Jamar Marshall is the future of the SJS hurdles, the only freshman to make the finals in both races.
Starting at 6:30 tonight, you can catch all the action from Portland, featuring High Performance distance races!
Field event stars like Daniel Viveros, Carlos Aviles, and Anneke Moersdorf are poised to impact our sport for the next two years.
In her final two meets, Anneke Moersdorf broke the 40 foot barrier and then made the state finals, where she finished 6th. That's the way to close out a season hard!
Throwers Daniel Viveros and Carlos Aviles are head and shoulders above the rest of the sophomore class right now.
No surprise here: Claudia Lane is already the best all-around distance runner in California, and she's just a sophomore.
All eyes are on the boys' mile, but you shouldn't overlook the other loaded events, like a 110 Hurdles that features three Golden State stars. And you can watch LIVE on FloTrack!
Calabasas leads four of the five events, with Deanna Nowling on top of three. Their season ended with frustration, and you can bet that will fuel the fire for next year!
Christian Moore looks like the next great sprinter to come out of Oaks Christian, and he has two more years to prove it.
For the last time this track season, we're recognizing the top 100 athletes from each grade level in California. Inside you can find the top 100 juniors in every event!
42-foot jumper Kali Hatcher returns for another shot at a title, one of MANY talented field event athletes in a loaded junior class!
State triple jump champion CJ Stevenson is back for one more year, and he's a pretty good long jumper too!
What will Elena and Maddy Denner do for an encore to their amazing 2017 season?
The top two 800 runners in California are back to battle for the state title again in 2018. The real winners? All of us.
The defending state champion in the 100 and 200, Ariyonna Augustine, will be back to race for two more titles next year.
Blake Hennessay showed that he is the leading candidate to be next year's hurdle star, one of a handful of returning athletes that broke out at the state meet.
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Though athletes like Cassie Ackemann are still putting up top-ranked performances, it's time for a final salute to the seniors that just graduated.
Cassie Ackemann upped her season best to 5' 11" at Golden West Saturday, taking over sole possession of the top spot in the High Jump
After a junior year that showed promise but ended early, Tate Curran was able to bring everything together to have a great senior year.
Jacquelyn Hill finished off her senior season with a bang, dropping to a PR of 2:08.29 in the 800.
McClatchy's Jose Cruz is actually the top graduate in the 800 rankings, because the top 5 runners in CA are all back for next year!
It was a good weekend for high jumpers in Sacramento, as Jake Grimsman hit 6' 11" and Cassie Ackemann cleared 5' 11".
Jasmin Reed finishes the season ranked #1 in both the 100 and 200, although Ariyonna Augustine claimed the state titles in both races.
Isaiah Cunningham was the only CA boy to break 21 in the 200 this season, but that kept a streak intact: at least one person has done so every year since 2011.
Bishop O'Dowd showed talent, endurance, and several uniform changes en route to a state championship in the 4x400, but they just missed taking over the top spot in the season rankings.
The former Los Gatos athlete has reached a new level the last few years with the University of Georgia, and it earned her gold yesterday.