There is a different #1 in each list, showing how new stars can rise from season to season.
A young crop of super-talented girls was ready to reach for new heights this spring, and we can recognize some of the likely stars from the lost season.
You can probably guess the top two in each of last year's rankings, but the returning lists and the data from 2020 show some new faces.
We used our Power Ratings formula to look at individual athletes instead of teams - the first in a series covering every event group.
Sameerah Evans opened her season strong in a new uniform, one of many from the Class of 2020 that were poised to star this spring.
Jesuit's junior tandem of Salcedo and Pickren were off to a huge start this spring - and they weren't the only ones.
Which current 10th-graders showed up big at the start of the spring?
Even though we only had a few short weeks to get a glimpse of their talent, several freshmen showed up big this spring.
Caelyn Harris got in a 20 foot jump befoe the season was halted, one of several state-leading marks to come out of this section.
Garrett Brown is one of three state leaders from the SDS. Who else stood out in the shortened season?
Freshman Galadriel Mellion (Lathrop) burst onto the high school scene with big early marks, but she was well known on the summer track circuit for years.
Our hearts are with all the athletes in the Bay Area, which was impacted the earliest this spring. Here are the top performers of their shortened season.
The Bay Area had the shortest track season in California this spring, but we can still shine the spotlight on the early stars.
The season ended before it really got going in the farthest northern portions of the state, but we can recognize those who stood out early.
The NCS has two state leaders, both in the distance races. Who tops the section rankings in every event?
The Central Section has two state leaders in Takiya Cenci and Faith Bender. Who else took the spotlight in the Central Valley in the early season?
Two collegiate organizations had their national championships scheduled early enough to get them in, with several former CA preps competing.
After an 8th-place finish at the state meet last spring, Christian Rodriguez was off to a strong start this spring.
The CCS has 2 state leaders in Lauren Soobrian and Joseph Ruddell. Who else has turned heads this spring?
How does the 2020 season stack up against 2019 after the same number of weeks? Step inside to find out!
With Jamar Marshall back it was bound to be a good year in the 110 Hurdles. Which other athletes are ahead of 2019's pace?
We've used Power Ratings to evaluate schools' talent and depth in all 6 field events, and also broken down into throws and jumps.
We've taken the 100, 200, and 400 times so far this season and scored them cross country style, plus sprint team power ratings!
Using cross country style scoring and power ratings to rank every school's top 5 in the 1600 and 3200 so far this spring.
We've compiled the performances from former California high school athletes in collegiate competition last weekend.
Did Elise Miller's big double in the horizontal jumps at Mt Carmel impress you, or will you choose someone else?
Step inside for on-site coverage from 6 meets, plus results from many others - with more coming today!
Kicking off a weekly series of interesting stats to alleviate your boredom on a Friday at home or a Saturday without a meet!
Summer Stevenson tops the girls' list, but there are two more jumpers within a foot of her combined total.
Which male and female athletes had the best week? You decide!