Great Oak may have lost three of their top 7 runners from this year's state meet, but the database still predicts them to be the top team in 2019.
California Track & Field and Cross Country News
Last in a series, the section-by-section 2018 XC season in review series concludes with a look at the Southern Section boys.
St. Francis has a tremendous group returning for 2018, perhaps enough to contend for the state title.
Next in a series, we review the 2018 cross country season in the Sac-Joaquin Section.
Corie Smith was unable to compete at the state meet, which means she carries serious unfinished business into the 2019 season. How good will her Bears team be?
Next in a series, Buchanan girls, Ridgeview boys and plenty of other storylines highlighted the Central Section 2018 XC season.
Miranda Schriver is the fastest individual returner in the section, but does the database predict her team will be in the top spot as well?
Next in a series, a final look at the Los Angele City Section cross country season.
It's hard to believe that Colin Peattie will be back for two more cross country seasons - and it's exciting to think how much he could improve!
Next in a series, we review the 2018 cross country season in the Central Coast Section.
What a freshman year for Tiani Goeson! See where she ranks among all returners, plus the projected best teams for next fall, inside!
Next in a series, girls individuals and teams from the massive Southern Section lived up to expectations in 2018.
Can Oakland Tech's boys team rise to the top of the section the way their female counterparts have?
Next in a series, Skyline and Oakland Technical, Caroline Garrett and William Webster earned headlines during the 2018 Oakland Section cross country season.
Poway returns a load of talent, but will it be enough to end the dominance of a La Costa Canyon squad that loses the Stanford brothers?
Tracking college commitments for CA athletes in XC and T/F in advance of the Nov. 14 signing window. Know of a commitment not on the list? Hit us up!! (Updated 12/14)
MileSplit is rewarding athletes on the top 5 of our MileSplit50 national rankings some swag
Next in a series, Kristin Fahy and La Costa Canyon earned a majority of the San Diego Section headlines in 2018.
Despite losing #1 runner Britta Bundy, Chico will challenge for the section title in 2019 on the strength of four freshman that got extensive varsity experience this fall.
In our final individual ranking of the cross country season, a familiar face finishes in No. 1
Next in a series: In a season both marred and inspired by the affects of the Camp Fire, it was the Chico boys and the Foothill girls to earned top honors.
Christopher Middleton-Pearson is the top returner in the section, but the team battle may be more wide open than in recent years.
The MileSplit LIVE crew will get together one last time before the holidays to recap NXN, Foot Locker, and then we'll talk with Cole Hocker and the Summit Girls
Next in a series: North Coast Section cross country athletes and teams proved to be formidable in California and beyond.
Is anyone withing striking range of stopping the Lowell train, or will 2019 be another year of Cardinal domination?
First in a series: Despite a season shortened by poor air quality, Lowell still dominated the San Francisco Section.
Nearly 2,500 images by Clark Kranz from the 40th Foot Locker National Cross Country Championships held Dec. 8 at Morley Field in San Diego, one of three photo galleries on the home page.
A fifth consecutive week of "championship" competition proved to be too much for the 10 California qualifiers on the West Region team at the Foot Locker National Cross Country Championships.
Vista's Kira Jorgensen won the Kinney National Cross Country Championship in 1987 and qualified for the race all four years. She is the only girl from San Diego County to have won the national title.
The database says we should watch out for Saugus next year - who else grades out well when you remove the seniors?