The boys from Granada Hills Charter (left), and the girls from Long Beach Wilson won CIF-State Meet team titles on Saturday night.
Defending State discus champions JSerra Catholic's Brendon See and Caruthers' Nailea Fields seek to repeat and can both earn a sweep of State throwing titles.
UPDATED: CIF-State Track and Field Meet's boys pole vault leader has a 17-foot-plus PR and girls field has many State returnees, including one at 14 feet.
Winning and achieving top times and marks at Central Section Masters Meet lifts numerous section leaders into next week's CIF State Meet.
Two of the state's best throwers are teammates at Notre Dame HS -- competitors, yes -- who also share a special friendship bond.
Long Beach-laden Moore League teams such as Poly, Wilson, Jordan praise strength of their league for preparation in CIF postseason meets and potential success.
Nickolas Miller blazes to meet record among the many highlights at the 63rd Mt. SAC Relays.
There's more to Rodrick Pleasant than what is seen when he competes in a track meet -- and that's a very good thing.
CA 100-meter record-holder and double State Meet-champion Rodrick Pleasant of Serra is looking forward to the competition at the Arcadia Invitational.
State 100-meter record-holder Rodrick Pleasant made his outdoor debut in the short sprint, and Castic junior Meagan Humphries showed off her elite versatility.
Ventura High sophomore Sadie Engelhardt set a nation-leading time in the Invite Mile to win the evening race at the Meet of Champions Distance Classic at APU.
The Redondo Union HS Nike Track Festival featured a quality field. The result was a plethora of meet-record performances and new state-leading times and marks.
The Los Alamitos Griffin Relays saw numerous event results end in state-leading times, indicating athletes are settling in quickly and eyeing big things in '23.
For those who attended, braved the elements, and chose to compete in the track and field meet, their decision to was rewarded Saturday at Long Beach Poly HS.
Buchanan senior Hilton Green is the top returning boys pole vaulter in CA after placing second at the '22 CIF-State Meet.
Arizona volleyball recruit Sydnie Vanek of Clovis is also pretty darn good at the long jump, as the returning State Meet champion.
Santiago girls relays, Cajon sprinter JeyQuan Smith lead the way as seven meet and 11 stadium records set.
Imari Conley is the top returning track and field standout from defending CIF-State boys team champion Central HS.
Seventh version of the Winter showcase is the fastest yet as CA athletes claimed 10 meet records and a dozen others went under previous standards.
High school, youth, and open division athletes compete in the annual jumps-only showcase at Mater Dei High School.
Buchanan, led by Grace Hutchison, Kynzlee Buckley, and Elliana Lomeli, rolled to Central Section and CIF-State Division I titles, and ended tanked U.S. No. 3.
Palisades Charter boys, fueled by junior Max Fields, and the Granada Hills Charter girls earned 2022 team of the year honors in the Los Angeles City Section.
Midwest region boys shine brightest in Champs Sports National XC Championship; Californians Grant Morgenfeld, Joshua Bell finish in the top 20 at Morley Park.
Two consistently successful boys' programs of the last several years at the State Meet have been Newbury Park and Great Oak. Saturday's meet was no different.
Ventura’s Sadie Engelhardt and Newbury Park’s Youngs seek their first CIF-State XC individual titles. Team championships could be a Newbury Park sweep — or not.
Lex and Leo Young lead U.S. No. 1-ranked Panthers to their fourth CIF-SS team title; San Clemente, St. Francis, Viewpoint also are team champions on Saturday.
Davis' Ryan Mitchell has won 7 races, including Tom Laythe Invitational at Willow Hills course, same site as Saturday's CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Final in Folsom.
Long Beach Poly sweeps Moore League finals' varsity team championships; Millikan's Jason Parra cruises to win his third consecutive individual league title.
The San Clemente boys won Saturday's Division 1&2 Team Sweepstakes race at the Mt. SAC Invitational, led by Juan Chantaca, Brett Ephraim and Rory Catsimanes.
Montgomery High School sophomore Hanne Thomsen took charge and won the Girls Championship race by 24 seconds at 43rd ASICS Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park.