Flintridge Prep is primed for a repeat championship, led by Sophie Gitlin.
In what could be the most wide open of the 10 division races at the state level, Lick Wilmerding is a bona fide contender.
Defending champs Foothill Tech are back at full strength for a repeat, led by Lauren Kearney.
The database says that Sage Creek is poised to challenge Foothill Tech for the D4 crown, but summer will tell - it always does.
In all the hoopla over the Cathedral Catholic boys getting to NXN last fall, you may have missed their girls' team finishing 5th in D3 - and they have 6 of the 7 back.
Cathedral High had a strong run at the state meet behind Alexander Cantu, and they have five runners returning in a division hit hard by graduation.
Even with superstar Annie Boos off to Cal, the Claremont Wolfpack has a good shot in D2.
Can Colton Colonna and St. Francis Mountain View build on a successful 2016-2017 school year to make something special this fall?
Can Sandra Pflughoft help lead Great Oak to yet another girls state championship in 2017?
Are Jacob Korgan and Great Oak favored to repeat? Yes. Yes they are.
Defending Division 1 champ Olivia O'Keeffe fronts a squad with enough returning talent to be in the mix yet again.
Bellarmine has a load of talent back for 2017, and you know they want to move up from last year's 4th-place finish.
Sara Leonard and her Canyon team posted some big 3 Mile times in 2016, and the database likes them for the upcoming season.
St. Francis (Sacramento) took a leap forward after the arrival of Isabella Fauria. How good will the Troubadours be this fall?
Our database says Adrian Vargas and El Toro will be a team to reckon with this fall. Will that prediction come true?
You can probably guess the #1 team in these rankings, but where do squads like Eleanor Roosevelt fall? Find out inside!
Which programs made the most progress during the spring season? Find out through "xc style" team scoring of track races!
We can get a feel for which teams made the most progress during the winter and spring by checking their depth and strength in the three distance races!
There is no off-season for MileSplit - we've had XC on the brain ever since the 2016 season ended, and we're ready to dive into preparations for 2017!
The great Shannon Rowbury (Sacred Heart) will be heading to the World Championships for the 6th time, the 9th time she has represented Team USA at the highest level.
Recent alumni like Isaiah Holmes (Oakmont/UCLA) found success at USATF Junior Nationals, while older collegians competed against the pros in the senior classification.
The last national-caliber athlete in the Class of 2017 has made her college choice!
If you compete in a major summer track meet, we're tracking your performances - and we'll keep those performances on one profile all the way through your career!
At MileSplit, our ultimate goal is to make life-long fans of the sport of track & field - and to that end, we've added the ability to record and track performances by even the youngest of competitors!
With our newest rankings feature, MileSplit can track performances in even the youngest age groups during summer competition!
Sometimes you can spot serious talent early on, and that's why it's fun to check out our new youth rankings from summer track!
We've added the ability to track summer competition in age groups through sortable rankings, and we'll continue to add to each athlete's profile as they move up!
Click through to see the future high school stars of California track & field as they make their way through age group competition!
We've added the ability to sort and rank performances from age-group summer track events, all the way down to the youngest athletes!
Check out our FULLY SORTABLE rankings for age-group competition this summer!