2017 MileSplitCA Overall Girls All-State First Team
What she did: Mariah placed third at Nike Cross Nationals in Portland (17:36.80) as the top CA finisher ... She was 2nd in Division 2 at the CIF-State meet in Fresno (17:15.70). Her time ranked third at the meet in merged results and ranked as the No. 5 5K time in the CA in 2017. ... She was 2nd in D2 at the CIF-Southern Section finals in Riverside (16:28.40). Again, her time was the third-fastest at the meet in merged results. ... She was the runner-up at the Mt. SAC Invitational in the Division 1-2 Team Sweepstakes race (17:00.00). Her time was the fastest at the meet among seniors and fifth-fastest in merged results. ... Mariah was ninth in merged results at Woodbridge run on the Norco SilverLakes course (16:36.40). ... Signed with TCU ... First team MileSplitCA Senior Girls.
Great Oak/SS, Jr.
What she did: Fatima won the CIF-Southern Section D1 title (16:27.10). Her time is a D1 record for the 3-mile Riverside City course and ranked second at the meet in merged results. It's also a PR for 3-miles and ranked ninth in CA in 2017. ... She placed 4th in D1 at CIF-State (17:32.10). Her time ranked third among all juniors at the meet. It is also a PR for 5K. ... She was 4th at Mt. SAC in the D1-2 Team Sweepstakes (17:09.00). Her time ranked 7th overall in merged results... She helped Great Oak extend its streak of D1 team titles in both the CIF-SS and CIF-State, and in NXN bids. ... First team MileSplitCA Junior Girls.
Oak Ridge/SJ, Sr.
What she did: Elena placed 3rd in D1 at the CIF-State meet (17:23.60). Her time ranked third at the meet among seniors and was the sixth-fastest overall. ... She was the CIF-Sac Joaquin Section D1 runner-up (17:57.00, second fastest among all girls at the meet). ... She was an individual invitee for NXN where she placed 70th (19:04.90) in the 198-runner field. ... Elena the posted sixth-fastest 5K time, regardless of class, in CA in 2017 (17:18.10 when she placed third at Clovis with the third overall time at the meet). ... Signed with Notre Dame. ... First team MileSplitCA Senior Girls.
Capistrano Valley/SS, Sr.
What she did: Haley is the CIF-State D2 champion (17:00.00). Her time was No. 2 at the meet in merged results and ranked as the third-fastest 5K run in the CA in 2017. ... She is the CIF-SS D2 champion (16:20.90). Her time was the fastest among all girls at the meet. ... She was 3rd Mt. SAC in the D1-2 Team Sweepstakes race (17:05.00). Her time ranked second among all seniors at the meet and sixth among all girls over the two-day event. ... She placed 17th at NXN (18:05.70) as an individual invitee, third among CA girls at the meet. ... Her time for third at Woodbridge run on the Norco SilverLakes course (16:00.60) ranked as the fourth-fastest in CA for 3-miles in 2017. ... Signed with Oklahoma. ... First team MileSplit CA Senior Girls.
What she did: Claudia defended her championships at CIF-SS D4, CIF-State D4, Foot Locker West Regionals and Foot Locker Nationals. ... She is considered one of the top two high school girls runners in the U.S. and one of the best in CA history. ... She set numerous course records throughout the season, including at the Riverside City 3-mile course (15:49.40), Woodward Park (16:30.30, the No. 1 5K time nationally in 2017) and both the modified Mt. SAC 3-mile (15:49.00) and 5K layouts (15:49.00, the No. 1 3M time nationally in 2017). ... She won her second consecutive FLN title in 17:03.40 with a 19.10-second margin. ... She crushed the Fresno course to win her second consecutive CIF-State D4 (16:30.30, a margin of 29.70 seconds faster then the No. 2 runner at the meet). ... She cruised to her second consecutive CIF-SS D4 (16:32.50) a week after crushing the flat and fast Riverside track (15:49.40) at prelims. ...Her record-setting time in winning the D1-2 Individual Sweepstakes race at Mt. SAC was 53 seconds faster than the next fastest girl at the two-day 12,000-plus performance, 100-plus race meet. ... Lane won all 10 races in 2017 and is 22-1 over the last two seasons with her only "loss" a second to the eventual national champion in mid-September of her sophomore year. ... She will close out her junior XC season on Jan. 18 in Scotland at the Great Edinburgh XCountry Challenge. ... First team MileSplitCA Junior Girls.
What she did: Meagen is the CIF-Central Section D1 champion, CIF-State D1 runner-up and a Nike Cross Nationals top-16 finisher. ... She ran the fastest time at the CIF-CS meet (17:19.80, 8.80 seconds faster than runner-up and teammate Corie Smith). ... The Buchanan teammates swapped positions at the CIF-State D1 final with Lowe running second (17:19.80) by only 3.10 seconds. Meagen's time ranked second among all juniors at the State meet and No. 5 overall. ... She placed 16th at NXN (18:05.6), No. 2 among all CA runners. ... She ranked No. 2 in the class for 5K -- and seventh overall -- (with her CIF-CS-winning time of 17:18.30) and No. 3 in CA for 3-miles (15:59.30 at Woodbridge). ... First team MileSplitCA Junior Girls.
What she did: Corie established herself as the top sophomore in California. ... She is the CIF-State D1 champion (17:16.70). Her time ranked as the fourth-fastest in merged results and the fastest sophomore by nearly 20 seconds. ... She was the runner-up to junior teammate Meagan Lowe at CIF-Central Section D1 final (17:27.10). Her time ranked second overall in merged results at the section final. ... She helped Buchanan to a runner-up placing at CIF-State and a bid to compete at Nike Cross Nationals. ... She placed 21st at NXN (18:09.8) in a field of 198. Her time was fourth among all CA runners in Portland. ... Corie ran 17:05.30 for 2nd at Clovis, the third-fastest 5K time in the state in 2017. Her 15:58.40 to win at Woodbridge (SliverLakes Course in Norco) ranked as the third-fastest 3-mile time nationally in 2017. ... First team MileSplitCA Sophomore Girls.