More than 125 schools will be competing in the CIF San Diego Section championships Saturday over the 2.95 Morley Field course. Here are five things to look for in the boys and girls races.
In advance of league and CIF championships, MileSplitCA ranks the top teams and runners in the San Diego Section.
Great Oak continued in its sweepstakes success, winning its fifth straight titles in both the boys and girls races
Tori Gaitan and Tyler Tickner each earned runner-up medals in leading Great Oak to team sweeps at the Mt. SAC Invitational for the fifth consecutive year.
Taking a mid-season look at the top runners and teams in the CIF-San Diego Section.
Caleb Niednagel wins at Southern California XC Invitational first victory in San Diego after transferring to La Costa Canyon from Dana Hills. Westview's Trang Woolridge takes varsity girls title
Launching our 'Legends of the Sport' series with a look at San Diego area icon Jim Cerveny, a former State and National champion, a longtime coach and official, whose impact on the sport is unquestioned.
It was a third straight title for Kristin Fahy who said she didn't spent any energy worrying about the clock.
San Diego Section's top non-championship meet has traditionally been unique in that the 104 schools compete against runners from their own grade. The modified 2018 version should be just as awesome!
Sage Creek junior Skyler Wallace and La Costa Canyon senior Jacob Stanford were winners at Saturday's Bronco Roundup in Escondido.
Two-time San Diego Section XC champion Kristin Fahy was on her way to winning the State D-III title last November when her body failed her not far from the finish. She's back and ready for a strong senior year.
One of California's top distance runners had a tough 2017, though she's back and ready for redemption
The San Diego Section has a rich history of outstanding distance runners and teams. The section heads into 2018 with hopes of adding even more gold, silver and bronze to the cache. A detailed preview.
Willie Banks helped popularize the triple jump in 1985, and here's historical context to that moment
The product of Oceanside High School and UCLA revolutionized the sport in a way that's immediately recognizable to anyone who has ever watched a big track meet.
This is the sixth installment in a series of section-by-section track & field season in review articles. This is a recap of the San Diego Section.
Tulare's Kazmier Allen, a football player headed to UCLA, steals the 100 meters from favorite Asani Hampton, and Christian Shakir-Ricks runs sub 21 to win the 200m.
It's been three years since a San Diego Section athlete won a State Track & Field Championships title. Here's a look at those poised to stop that streak.
Long jumpers Jalyn Jackson and Alysah Hickey pop big jumps among highlights from the San Diego Section Finals.
San Diego Section records in the girls 1600 and high jump expected to be challenged at Saturday's CIF finals and State qualifier meet at Mt. Carmel.
One heavy favorite cruised through to finals, while another went down with an injury: all in all it was a roller coaster of a day for the Mavericks.
San Diego High sprinter Parker Harvey sets his sights on Section and State competition with a longterm goal of competing in the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo.
Event primer and notebook in advance of Saturday's San Diego Section preliminaries at Mt. Carmel HS.
La Costa Canyon senior McKenna Brown set a San Diego Section record in the 3200m to highlight performances at the Escondido Invitational.
Highlighting San Diego Section's finest athletes that trekked out to Valley Center High for Saturday's Jaguar Invitational.
Rancho Bernardo's Josh Farmer overcame a disastrous start to the decathlon to post the third-best performance in CA history, leading San Diego Section athletes at the 51st Arcadia Invitational.
Kenan Christon, Jalyn Jackson, Sean Lee, Jazmyne Frost shine at the talent-rich Mt. Carmel Invitational.
Madison's Kenan Christon sets two meet records and Coronado's Alysah Hickey is a triple winner among the highlight performers at the Elmer Runge Invitational.
The latest installment of our weekly Coaching Legends feature profiles Tom Martin, the longtime pole vault coach at Rancho Bernardo High in San Diego. (photo by Spark photography)
He coached successfully at every level from high school to professional, trained Olympians, and had a movie made about him - if that doesn't make one a legend, then nothing does!