This is our seventh and sixth and final update to the CA XC rankings for boys and girls across all five CIF divisions.
Photos of the 2019 California State Cross Country Championships
Perennial champion Great Oak's girls and boys look to add to their legacy, as does Jesuit's Matt Strangio.
This one-stop hub has all the basics on the 33rd State XC Championships plus links to articles and rankings.
Jace Aschbrenner (left) and Nico Young lead Newbury Park. Is freshman MacKenzie Browne the girl to beat?
Saugus has packed together, in a much different way, following the tragedy that has rocked its community
So many great performances and storylines. Here are 12 from Saturday's championships. Take the poll.
Agoura's boys and Campolindo's girls appear to be the teams to beat Saturday at Woodward Park.
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Updates from the 33rd California Cross Country State Meet at Woodward Park in Fresno.
Returning champs in a loaded D-IV field are Skyler Wallace of Sage Creek, Anthony Grover and Audrey Suarez.
Fast forward to this fall, and Dorostkar has made quite the splash in the running community
Only three boys have pulled off a divisional three-peat at State. The JSerra senior is poised to be the fourth.
The smallest division has big junior stars in the likes of Mia Barnett, Jackson Adelman and Harper McClain.
From fast times by Nico Young and Carlie Dorostkar, to defenders, stunners and bright newbies, this show was loaded.
Anthony Grover, a senior at JSerra Catholic in San Juan Capistrano, has won two consecutive Division IV CIF-State titles and is the favorite to become just the fourth boy in California history to win three consecutive division titles at the State Meet. Grover, a Wake Forest recruit, also is a two-time CIF-Southern Section champion and a Foot Locker National finalist. Despite an virus that sapped his energy at times toward the end of his junior XC season, Grover still managed to win a second State D-IV title and qualify for FLN. Read more about that here. Grover is also strong on the track. Last spring he ran the 800m, 1600m and 3200m at the section division finals and went on to place fourth at the State Meet in the 1600.
The Bobcats score 44 points and run the fastest team time ever for a Division IV girls team.
The Canyon Crest Academy senior and U.S. 3-mile leader, has made quite a splash on the course this fall.
This Saturday, JSerra High senior Anthony Grover could become just the fourth boy in the history of the CIF-State Cross Country Championships to win three division titles.
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