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.
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.
Summer Stevenson tops the girls' list, but there are two more jumpers within a foot of her combined total.
We're combing through data on the classes of 2020 and 2021 to look for this year's breakout stars in the throws.
There are no surprises at the top of these rankings, but it's interesting to see some of the names that come up not too far down the lists.
While we're focusing on the horizontal jumps this week, we thought a quick look at the Clovis North star's current place in history was in order.
We look at returning athletes from the last three state meets, to see if this year's crop is special.
800 runners often improve significantly from 10th grade to 11th. Who might be in line to take that leap in 2020?
Can Takiya Cenci and Clovis North mix it up with the state's best in the 4x4 this spring? The MileSplit database says they can.
The database says West Ranch has the depth to join the usual cast of top notch relay teams. Will that prediction come true?
Laurel Wong used the last 2 Pole Vault Summits to springboard to strong outdoor seasons. Who will be the early leaders and the breakout stars this year?