The fastest 5K times among Sac Joaquin Section girls from the 2018 XC season.
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Matt Strangio has the top 5K time among returning SJS runners.
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The fastest 5K times among San Diego Section girls from the 2018 XC season.
The fastest 5K times among San Diego Section boys from the 2018 XC season.
Up next at No. 21 on the MileSplit50 preseason boys countdown is La Costa Canyon's (CA) Caleb Niednagel.
Kristin Fahy is gone but elite talent returns in the SDS, and Sage Creek appears primed to repeat.
Countdown to XC Top 30 lists and links to all team profiles in the 64-article series.
Storylines in the Central Section include a final season for one of the elites, Buchanan's Corie Smith.
The fastest 5K times among Central Section girls from the 2018 XC season.
The fastest 5K times among Central Section boys from the 2018 XC season.
The Wolfpack did lose three seniors off of their second-best squad in school history, but they return a deep pool of talent. Will it all come together again?
The Panthers were uncommonly young while winning the Division 2 title last year, and if they can shore up their depth they could be even better this fall.
Bad news for anyone hoping last year's close call at the state meet meant that the Wolfpack was vulnerable: this year's team is likely to be much better.
The Centurions are loaded with returning talent, and could be poised to make an epic two-year run.
The Wolfpack has an extremely deep and tightly-spaced pack with enough talent to keep them in contention in 2019.
The Bears could be even better in 2019 despite the loss of stellar graduate Meagen Lowe, and Corie Smith is a big part of the reason why.
The Gaels can reload as well as almost any program in California, as evidenced by deep, strong team track results.
The Troubadours' one flaw in returning XC rankings - a gap after their top 2 runners - is already well on the way to being fixed according to their spring results.
The Pumas have a deep and talented team returning, with a three-headed lead group that will be hard to beat.
Nothing strikes fear into the hearts of distance runners quite like the possibility of a stress fracture. It's a challenging injury to deal with, both physically and mentally.
The Comanches return three powerhouse front-runners and excellent depth, and they should contend in Division 2 this fall.
The Cubs graduated more talent than anyone else in California and they annual confound our statistical analysis - yet year after year, they are right back in the thick of things.
The Bulldogs are the defending Division 4 champs and should be heavy favorites to repeat.
The Bells have a core of four rising juniors that are ready to contend in 2019, and could be even better in 2020/
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The Wolfpack has some holes to fill after graduating four of their top 7, but they also have a 3-year title streak and arguably the best year-round development of any team in the state.
The Dolphins always have talent in the pipeline, like developing star Carrick Denker. What's different about this team is the lack of seniors behind him.
The Chargers have a strong rising senior class, very good depth, and evidence of year-round progress - all the hallmarks of a contender.