Phillip Rocha opens his Division 1 title defense, and the state of California is under attack by runners from the east of us!
In a joint effort from FloTrack and MileSplit, we have a crew on the ground in Irvine to cover both nights of the meet. Catch all their updates here or via Twitter!
Allie Chipman rolls to the individual title in the Woodbridge Sweepstakes race in 16:31.1 for three miles. Photo by Lizette Adams.
Who's ready to run fast at Woodbridge this weekend? Watch the preview video to get a rundown of the top names & teams to watch
Allie Chipman moves into a very early lead at St. Vrain--a race that would set the stage for still bigger things a week later. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Wolfpack claimed both team titles, but several other California squads made big statements Saturday night in Irvine.
by RJ McNichols
Day 2 - Afternoon Session
Watch the overall highlight reel for the Woodbridge XC Classic in Irvine, California
Watch the highlight reel from the Saturday night sweepstakes races in California!
Two Mountain Vista teams are all smiles after finishing sixth and fourth at the Woodbridge Sweepstakes race. Photo shamelessly pilfered off of Vista Nation XC Twitter feed.
There's No Such Thing As A Disability: The Story Of A Runner With Cerebral Palsy
The biggest meet thus far of the 2015 cross country season is here! Check out the meet preview sponsored by Skechers Performance.
Jake Willard takes us on a ride through the gorgeous (and fast!) Woodbridge XC course to preview the nation's most highly anticipated meet of the weekend
Watch Allie Chipman and Spencer Dodds turn on the jets to win the individual titles at the Woodbridge Cross Country Classic in California
Check out highlights from day 1 of the Woodbridge Invite. Sponsored by Skechers Performance.
Gabby Satterlee of Central Valley Christian runs the fastest time for girls on the day with a 17:32, and it was only a tempo effort for her!
Meet Justin Gallegos of Hart High School in Newhall (CA), who competes in XC and track despite battling cerebral palsy. Learn more about Justin's story: No Such Thing As A Disability: The story of a runner with cerebral palsy https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=149&v=Hv3liaDDtSY
We used the MileSplit database to re-score the meet with only the teams from the Golden State.
James Jones of Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado, comes down from altitude to run the fastest time on the day for the boys and claim a solid PR against the power house runners of California.
Skechers Performance is doing some cool stuff this weekend at the Woodbridge Invite. Make sure to check out their booth if you are coming to the meet.
Ethan Crane of La Canada looked good en route to taking the sophomore boys race.
Abbey Greenleef of Payson was happy with the victory and a PR early in the season.
Stephanie Gaskell of Sultana was happy with the victory and is excited for the rest of the season.
The West Torrance boys dominated in their heat of the varsity races, going 1-2-3-4-7-8! They easily took the victory with only 17 points.
Gio Guitierez of San Jacinto ran a smart race and was excited to take the victory.
Chase Wood of Faith Christian comes back to the Woodbridge Invite two years later and comes away with a nice PR on this faster updated course.
The girls of Yucaipa went 1-2, and featured a true freshman in their varsity squad!
Alex Ortega of Temple comes away with a PR after a slow start in the race.
Christian Marquez from Loara took the victory in the Frosh Boys Race.
Maria Marroquin of the Valley Falcons looked strong in her race, defeating the field by a good chunk of time.
Tim Corvese of Damien took the victory in the first varsity boys race of the day.
Stefanie Ortega of Segerstrom took the victory with a nice kick in her first race of the season.
Gabby Satterlee ran a 17:32 tempo run to take the victory easily at the Woodbridge Invite!! Find all the day one interviews here.
The nationally ranked Great Oak squad swept the girls and boys races at Woodbridge, but the bigger surprise of the evening came from the individual champions
The senior ran 14:24 to lead Great Oak to the team title for the second year in a row
Mountain View, Co. sophomore Allie Chipman made a huge breakthrough last weekend with her 16:31 win at Woodbridge. But the race was a long time coming...
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