It's time to narrow down to two courses per section, which we will advance to the quarterfinals!
Today is the last day to vote for the 32 courses in our first round!
Voting is open through Thursday at midnight, with 8 courses in each of four regions.
The first round is open through Thursday, so let us know your favorite venues for cross country!
Which courses in your area carry the most weight? Help us narrow down to the top 16 courses in the state!
Which course is the most important in your area and across the state? Let's try to find out!
Will Jordyn Grady emerge as the next great 300 Hurdler in California next spring?
What if I told you that Jadyn Marshall's sophomore 300H time was ahead of his brother's, and his 110H time just behind?
When we project which athletes will be considered favorites in 2021, only 3 rise to the top of more than one event.
Using data from 2019 and the shortened 2020 season, we're looking for the top candidates to contend in 2021.
Madison's Aysha Shaheed would have been a force to reckon with in 2020, which is why we're glad she'll be back 2021.
Colin Peattie leads a strong contingent of underclass athletes that have to wait for 2021 to shine.
We take an early stab at predicting the stars of next spring, using data from 2019 and 2020.
Mario Giannini has big shoes to fill, and we can't wait to see him race again!
Clair will be carrying on the Garrett tradition of being the favorite in Oakland distance races when the 2021 season begins.
(Photo by Christina Johnson for The Lowell) Miguel Santos will be favored in the hurdles when the 2021 season comes around.
With so many talented non-seniors in the section, we will get to see many of these stars compete again in 2021.
Antonio Abrego is one of a small handful of elite juniors that were poised to challenge the seniors for the section title in 2020.
Having already recognized the seniors that were in position to win section titles, it's time to include younger stars like Sydney Johnson.
Camden Wheeler is the only non-senior that lands at #1 in any event, although several would have been challengers.
Samantha Wallenstrom is the only non-senior leading two events, and one of only four to lead any event. Can you guess the other three?
We know Jon Lester had kicked off 2020 with a huge performance - which other non-seniors would have challenged for section titles?
This section has a bright future, with only three events in which a senior was the expected favorite when the season ended.
Caleb Pouliot is one of a small handful of juniors that were ready to challenge the seniors for section titles.
This section sticks out as the one most dominated by underclass athletes, which means we should have an outstanding 2021 season.
A duo of La Costa Canyon juniors are the only two non-seniors to take wins in our projection.
It would have been exciting to see Lauren Soobrian take on the top returning runners in the section. Which other underclass runners
Only two non-seniors earn championships when we put all grades together. Colin Peattie is one of them, can you guess the other?
Though the seniors feel the loss of the track season most acutely (and rightly so), younger stars like Sofia Abrego also missed out on the chance to shine.
Seniors like Kenny Davis were set to dominate the section in 2020, with very few exceptions.