More than 400 photos by Raymond Tran from Saturday's non-league dual at Trabuco Hills.
Articles with Trabuco Hills High School (SS)
Advancers from seniors-only section finals determined top 8 finishers per event in this fictional scenario.
Strategy goes hand in hand with outstanding fitness if you want to survive the toughest state meet qualifier in the nation.
Star athletes and deep teams vying for division titles while still positioning themselves for Master and the state meet - there's nothing in the nation quite like this meet.
Rachel Glenn is one of a very few returning champions in this senior class, and she is an MVP candidate within her section.
If you're a threat to win two events at the state meet, you're a big deal - and there are two athletes in this division that meet that criterion!
BE SURE TO VOTE!! More than a dozen top U.S.-ranked marks despite a short season. What was the best?
Which of these Orange County powers would claim the March Madness Virtual Dual championship?
Would Erick Hiller and the Trabuco Hills' throws crew be able to unseat Namir Hemphill and No. 1 Upland?
Upland and Buchanan each have boys and girls teams competing for spots in the championship.
Close meets are becoming a thing for Trabuco Hills but would that be its undoing against Central?
Once a 32-team competition is down to the quarterfinals for boys and girls.
Would this second-round dual between No. 5 Golden Valley and No. 12 Trabuco Hills come down to a lean?
Our three interviews with Menlo distance runner Charlotte Tomkinson, St. Francis PV'er Scott Toney and Trabuco Hills coach, JT Ayers.
Senior throws star Quinten Lyons leads Notre Dame against a deep Trabuco Hills group.
This is our seventh and sixth and final update to the CA XC rankings for boys and girls across all five CIF divisions.
This is our fifth update to the statewide rankings for boys and girls across all five CIF divisions. (Corrected)
Teams and athletes to watch in all five divisions Friday and Saturday at the Riverside Championship Course.
Subjective statewide top-10 rankings for all five the CIF-State divisions.
A unique challenging invitational takes place this Friday hosted by Palos Verdes HS.
We rank the Top 25 teams, per gender, in the largest section in the USA!
Your guide to the CIF-SS Masters Meet, where the Southern Section will advance the top six automatically with the rest of the field eyeing those at-large standards!
We preview the Track events for this weekend's Division 1 Prelims held at Trabuco Hills High School. Some of California's Best must first qualify here to continue their postseason plans!
Highlights from Day 1 at Arcadia included a handful of new U.S. No. 1 times.
Division-by-division preview of the boys team and individual competition at Saturday's CIF-Southern Section Finals at the Riverside City Championship Course.
Junior Diane Molina of Costa Mesa and senior Cy Chittenden of Mira Costa ran the fastest times at the two-day CIF-Southern Section Prelims.
Freshman Devyn Candaele leads the Vista Murrieta girls and a young ML King boys team pulls a bit of an upset.
Ranking the top 20 boys teams in the Southern Section.
Previewing the two-day Orange County Championships, which begin Friday.
At the midpoint of the season, which teams did we get right and which did we miss during our annual #CountdownToXC?
The Southern Section will be well represented at the 40th Clovis XC Invitational on Saturday.
Palos Verdes meet preview thanks to PV coach, Brian Shapiro.
A month into the CIF cross country season is the ideal time for Southern Section editor Mark Gardner to rank the top 20 girls and boys teams in the nearly 600-team CIF-SS.
Nationally ranked Claremont headlines the field of teams looking to open 2018 at Friday night's Cool Breeze Invitational in Pasadena. Updated article to include links to the top 100 times at Brookside Golf Club!
We are taking a different approach with the preview for the massive Southern Section, breaking it up by divisions and breaking those divisions up by competitive tiers. Here is Division I boys.
15 performances broke into the California all-time top 10 lists including one state record.
We kick off a thirty-day buildup to the start of the fall season with a list of teams that just missed the cut for the top 30, but are worth watching.
Amid a handful of worthy candidates, one jumped above the rest to be named the 2018 MileSplitCA Boys Field Athlete of the Year. That one is two-time State high jump champion and four-time medalist Sean Lee.
State Meet champions aren't the only athletes recognized on the MileSplitCA 2018 Boys All-State Team. (Pictured: Kazmier Allen, Asani Hampton and Christian Shakir-Ricks in the 100 meter final at State.)
Eighth in a series of MileSplitCA All-State Track & Field teams focuses on senior boys. Pictured: Sean Lee is a two-time State Meet champion and four-time medalist in the high jump. (Lizette Adams photo)
Sixth in a series of MileSplitCA All-State Track & Field teams focuses on junior boys. Pictured: Liam Anderson hits the finish line to win the 1600m at the State final, one of three State winners in this class.
Alysah Hickey of Coronado brought home a state championship in the long jump, while also placing 4th in the high jump.
CIF-State T&F Championships Preview: Focus on Sprints, Hurdles, Relays, includes stars like Breanna Bernard-Joseph, Nikki Merritt and Kyla Robinson-Hubbard.
A Southern Section girls team will be the favorite to win in Clovis - but WHICH team? We will have a clearer answer this weekend!
An epic boys 3200 first heat stole the show at the CIF-SS D1 Prelims, but in the end, Great Oak left poised to become the first team in years to sweep both boys and girls titles.
CIF-Southern Section Division 1 Preliminary preview.
It's tough narrowing down all of the best California TF athletes to 10 but I gave it a shot.
Event-by-event preview of the 60th Mt. SAC Relays to be held at El Camino College in Torrance.
Breanna Bernard-Joseph is one of the few dominant returners in a section that graduated a huge group of star seniors last spring, opening the door for a new wave of talent to emerge in 2018.
Will CJ Stevenson be the only 50-foot jumper in the section by the end of the season? Somehow I doubt it.
Three weeks out from the start of the CIF season yet dozens of CA athletes put up big winter track numbers over the weekend.
Three qualifier all-comers on tap for this Saturday in advance of the Feb. 17 championships.
The winter is fun because it mixes established studs like Ariyonna Augustine and Tierra Crockrell with a crop of brand-new stars that emerge every year.
The best returning athlete in every individual event for 2017 season including state PV record holder, Rachel Baxter.
Sophomore high jump phenom, Sean Lee, joins exclusive high school club by clearing 7'0.25" in Wednesday dual meet vs. Capistrano Valley High School.
Track Chat with Ciarra Brewer, James Logan CA, who boasts a 43-04.25 PR for the Triple Jump, good for US#7 All-Time.
Track Chat with Jantzen Oshier, Trabuco Hills CA, who boasts a 4:04.24 PR this year for 1600 meters. He will also be competing in the adidas 'Dream Mile' in June.
Jantzen Oshier (Trabuco Hills) and Ammar Moussa (Arcadia) were big winners at the Brooks PR invitational yesterday in Washington. (File Photos)