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Our interview with 800m national record holder Michael Granville. Photo courtesy of Mt. SAC Relays.
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Claudia Lane Malibu won the Foot Locker National meet to conclude an almost perfect season. Today, we rank her top 5 races from this past fall.
Claudia Lane was California's best this past season but there are plenty of other awards to go around for both individual and team efforts.
Race results give you lots of information but sometimes you have to dig a little deeper to get a better perspective of the just concluded 2016 California state cross country meet.
The smallest division is definitely not short on talent. Cooper Teare will be after his 2nd state title and NXN qualifying time.
The Division IV individual favorites are clear cut - Claudia Lane and Callum Bolger - but the race for the team titles will be quite competitive.
It's an even numbered year which means it will rain this Saturday at the NCS MOC cross country meet. Aside from a weather report, check out all the team and individual favorites who will compete on the Hayward HS course.
Deena Drossin (now Deena Kastor) has the most accomplished career after high school of any candidate in this tournament, but does she have the top prep resume?
San Luis Obispo junior runner Callum Bolger ran what was then a national leading time of 8:57.88 in the 3200m at the Atascadero Invitational, and we talked to him afterward. (John Walker photo)
The Central Coast Section meet makes a return to the Crystal Springs course in 2016, and Kent Slaney's early races indicate he could break 15 there, even though he has been a bit quiet lately.
Now it comes down to just two: the man who went to three Foot Locker Nationals, and the best all-time at California's state meet.
Our interview with one of the top individual runners in California, Fresno HS senior, Evert Silva.
One of the most improved runners in the state of California is Granite Bay HS senior, Alexandra Beitia. Our interview with her following her winning performance at the Clovis Invitational.
The Saugus girls are once again in contention for another state meet title which would tie them for the all-time best 10 state team championships with University SF. See how the individuals and teams stack up in all 5 divisions with the links inside!
The loaded Hoka One One Bronco Invitational takes place this Saturday at Folsom HS. Check out our preview of one of the top SJS meets this season.
Bellarmine HS has been one of the top XC programs in the state of California. This past weekend, Alex Scales led them to victory at the 42nd Annual Crystal Springs Invitational. Our interview with him.
Our interview with Claremont coach Bill Reeves. Both boys and girls team finished in 4th place in Division II in 2015 and are both in contention state titles this season.
Four of the top five 3 Mile times in California this season belong to sophomores. That means we have two more years to watch them continue to improve!
Arcadia got off to a slow start this season (at least compared to expectations), but after two straight strong performances we find them challenging for the top 3 in the state.
Yucaipa has big times from Woodbridge, but the Thunderbirds have continued to run well since then.
Claremont keeps climbing up the rankings despite running on tougher courses than some of the teams around them. Find team & individual rankings inside, using both 3 Mile and 5K times!
Cooper Teare's Stanford finish sets the standard for California - for now!
Will anyone run faster for 3 Miles this season than Luis Grijalva and Cooper Teare did at Woodbridge?
Claremont keeps climbing up the rankings despite running on tougher courses than some of the teams around them.
Beaumont has posted some massive 3 Mile times in weekday competition, but can they make the leap into the top tier of teams in the postseason?
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This Saturday marks the 42nd year that Serra HS has been the host school for the Crystal Springs Invitational on the historic Crystal Springs course.
The junior from La Costa Canyon has scored some impressive wins this season as she works to improve on last year's 10th place finish at the CIF State Meet.