Photos of the 2018 CIF Cross Country Championships by Dan Tyree
Reviewing all 10 races from the CIF-State Cross Country Championships at Woodward Park in Fresno.
We've combined the results from every division together into one super meet, then broken it down by section! Step inside to see which teams "won" their sections within the greater state meet.
Nico Young was the fastest junior in Saturday's meet. Who else tops the list for their grade level?
Matt Strangio, Corie Smith and others will be looking to keep Great Oak from a total sweep at Woodward Park. Our CIF-State Division I preview.
A senior and a freshman could own the headlines in Division III where Liam Anderson and Riley Chamberlain appear poised to win individual titles. Our CIF-State preview for Division III.
A year after falling just short of a certain victory at the CIF-State Cross Country Championships, La Costa Canyon's Kristin Fahy had no problems this time and claimed the Division II title at Woodward Park.
Anthony Grover looks to repeat as individual state champion. Foothill Tech girls after three-peat. Laguna Beach aiming to be all-time state best in Division IV.
In this edition of the MileSplit Workout Wednesday feature, we traveled to Claremont, CA for what senior Sydney Hwang called "a bread-and-butter" workout. We followed the nationally ranked Claremont boys and girls teams as they went through a pre-workout core strengthening session, mile repeats at nearby Memorial Park, and a post-workout circuit in the weight room.Head coach Bill Reeves was not at the practice the day MileSplitCA visited, so assistant Jose Ancona, along with assistant John Thalman and seniors Hwang and Vicente Huerta gave us their unique perspective throughout the sessions.This workout was filmed before the Nov. 9-10 CIF-Southern Section Prelims. The following week, the Claremont girls won a third consecutive CIF-SS Division II championship with freshman Maddie Coles becoming the first girl in school history to win an individual title. The boys placed second to another nationally ranked team, Newbury Park. The following week, the Claremont girls won a third consecutive CIF-State title and earned a second-consecutive bid to compete at Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Oregon. The Wolfpack ran the fastest team time of the meet in the 22-team NXN merge and the No. 2 time in the 120-team full-field merge. Coles placed second in the Division II race, had the No. 13 overall time in the meet and the No. 3 time overall among girls in a very talented freshman class.The boys placed third in the Division II race behind Newbury Park and La Costa Canyon -- two teams that earned NXN bids -- and were sixth overall in the full-field merge.The Workout* Eight-minute core circuit* Three Mile Repeats with the boys goal between 4:55-5:05 and the girls goal between 5:30-6:00* 1x800 and 1x400 for select runners not competing in the section prelims* Post-workout weight room circuit
The San Diego Section has a rich cross country history at the CIF-State Championships. Here are five things to watch from SDS runners and teams that could build on the section's tradition.
St. Margaret's boys and girls pursue two team titles. Flintridge Prep girls would like to reverse the result of the SS meet. Andre Williams and Emily Perez are pre-meet favorites for individual titles.
Listing the top 1,000 boys by time from Saturday's CIF State Championships at the 5K Woodward Park course in Fresno.
The CIF Northern Section, with approval from CIF State, granted Paradise High's Gabriel Price a chance to qualify for the State Meet after he was forced to miss the section qualifier because of the Camp Fire.
Listing the top 1,000 girls by time from Saturday's CIF State Championships at the 5K Woodward Park course in Fresno.
Oakland Tech senior Caroline Garrett hasn't been able to race in a month but the Wake Forest-bound standout has found ways to overcome air quality interruptions as she prepares for a fourth CIF-State Final.
We caught up with Claremont High senior Sydney Hwang to talk about the team, her four-year career, and goals heading into the championship season. The interview was conducted before the CIF-SS Prelims on Nov. 9. Hwang, who sat out the prelims, was 11th in the section Division II champioship, helping Claremont to a third consecutive section title. On Nov. 24, Hwang will take the line at the State Championships for the fourth year in a row with the two-part goal of a third consecutive State title and a second consecutive bid to compete at Nike Cross Nationals.
We spent an afternoon with the nationally ranked Claremont HS cross country program in the week leading up to the CIF-SS Prelims for this Workout Wednesday video.
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