We've got separate polls for each section, and the winners will advance to a final poll on Thursday! Rep your school and your league all week!
Take a look at the top individuals and teams in each division using 5K times from the nation's greatest high school cross country database.
Catch up on everything you may have missed from a busy weekend of state meet qualifying inside!
Jorge Estrella scored a minor upset in winning the Division 2 race, one of the most exciting finishes on a day marked by strong team competition!
We've got over 1000 photos from the Division 2, 4, and 5 races Friday in Riverside for you to peruse!
The defending Division 1 state champion showed that she is not intimidated by any opponent in taking down a loaded field Friday at Willow Hills!
The Bret Harte senior defeated long-time rival Cassie Land in the Division 4 race, and now she has her eyes firmly set on the state meet.
Collin Ullrich had the fastest time of the day on the challenging Willow Hills course, one of many highlights from a HUGE day in the SJS!
There are potential state title contenders in every division, including the Vista Del Lago girls in Division 3.
The San Luis Obispo coach for the last 29 years has impressive numbers, but his impact on his athletes goes far beyond measurable achievements.
The Eagles posted the best team performance of the day while dominating in the Division 3 race.
Collin Ullrich rolled in Division 4, posting the top time of the day on the tough Frogtown course. See pics of all the varsity races inside!
Last fall, we held a virtual tournament where our fans got to crown the best girl in state history! Where will a runner like Claudia Lane be seeded once her career is complete?
Take a look back at our virtual tournament from last fall, where we crowned the people's all-time boys XC champion!
Catch up on the top performances by former California high school athletes who have continued on to a collegiate career!
Is there any team in the state that's as dominant within its section race as the Sage Creek boys are in the SDS Division 4?
While the rest of the state is still finishing league meets, the SJS has a HUGE competition scheduled on a difficult course - and we'll be on-site to capture the action!
With talented individuals (like Emily Perez) and some of the strongest teams in the state, the NCS is always very competitive! Find out the top contenders inside.
Ivan Mendez isn't as well-known as he should be, at least not outside the Central Section. If you don't know about this guy, and the other great talent in the Central Valley, tune in!
The database says the Presentation girls are the team to beat in Division 2 this year. Will that turn out to be true next week?
We haven't talked about Palos Verdes much this year - but the database says they're in line to win both the boys' and girls' Division 3 titles.
Justsin Hazell was a little off at Mt. SAC, but you can expect him to cruise through the upcoming levels of the championship season. Other teams and individuals won't be so lucky!
The second section to begin its state qualifying playoffs (starting next Thursday) is also often overlooked, but highly competitive (especially in Division 5).
With the SJS sub-sections starting this weekend, we give the MileSplit database a chance to predict the outcome of the next two weeks of championship racing.
This week saw a lot of the top talent in the state focused on league meets, tuning up for championship season, or resting - and that opens the door for a different group to shine.
While league championships have already begun in some sections, in other places around the state there are still regular season invitationals going on. Get the top performances from these inside!
Could Jill Walker be the next great Simi Valley runner? She went toe to toe with big-time runners in the Team Sweeps race and came out in 7th with the top 9th-grade performance of the weekend.
Galen Topper led a strong showing by Bellarmine's freshmen at Mt. SAC, the first full 3 Mile race for some of them.
Under his watch the Agoura program set the standard for individual success in the early state meet era, and team success followed quickly.