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!
We bid farewell (at least for cross country season) to an absolutely stellar Class of 2018 that left their mark on this year's state meet!
Some of this year's top seniors have been competing at a high level their whole career, and others made the leap to stardom in just the last 365. Either way, we're grateful for all their hard work!
While the state meet is the ultimate arbiter of team success, it's also worth looking at a team's accumulated best times over the season - and that's what we've compiled inside!
As the season comes to a close, it's interesting (and fun!) to look at how every team in the state would score using each runner's season best time.
Colin Fitzgerald had his best 5K time of the season at the state meet, one of many updates in the statewide top 25!
Mariah Castillo had the 3rd-best time at the state meet, and her best 5K of the season - one of three new times in the top 10!
Individual winners, team champions, and a few other performances that caught our eye - which were the absolute best from a big weekend in Clovis? You decide!
We've got the top state championship times overall AND from each division over the last decade. Who made it into the top 10 from this year's meet (that is, besides Claudia Lane)?
In one of the best individual finishes of the day, the Redwood junior kicked past two of the best runners in California to claim an individual title.
We have Divisions 3, 4, and 5 posted with rest uploading throughout the morning!
The El Camino Real lived up to his #1 ranking coming into the meet, delivering the best time of the day while bringing home the individual crown.
After a frustrating junior season and a fall terribly disrupted by once-in-a-century wildfires, the Sonoma Academy senior is a champion for the third time - and headed to Duke next year!
We've got the top 25 individuals and the top 10 teams overall from today's races in Clovis, and you can click through for the full merged results!