Our third section review of the state belongs to the small but mighty Central Coast Section.
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The top 3 athletes will advance from this section final. Check out all the favorites and leading contenders. (Jeff Parenti photo)
Bellarmine, St. Francis Mountain View, Crystal Springs were among the teams and individuals to defend titles at the rescheduled CIF-Central Coast Section Championships.
Progress reports are out for all the top Central Coast Section cross country individuals and teams.
A preview of one of the largest early-season Northern California Invitationals.
Our first detailed section preview begins today with the Central Coast Section.
Like the majority of most sections, the top three athletes/teams advance from the CCS Championship. Here are all the favorites and contenders in the distance events.
We are closing out the 2017 XC season by recognizing California's top runners. This is the seventh installment of a 10-part MileSplitCA All-State series. Check out Senior Girls.
Can the division prove to be as deep in competitive teams as it is in individual talent? Click through for detailed team and individual previews for both boys and girls!
One of the earliest section finals takes place this Saturday at Toro Park.
Clovis may be the feature meet this weekend but plenty of talent will race tomorrow at the Crystal Springs Invitational.
Aptos won the 2015 California Division III title and will be back this year to defend their title led once again by junior Marea Zlatunich.
Here are all the distance favorites and contenders in the Central Coast Section for both boys and girls.
This Friday's CCS final will feature many tight battles with only the top 3 in each event advancing to the CA state final. Here are my top storylines that will make for a more interesting meet.
Here are the team pictures of the winning teams from each division at today's Central Coast Section meet at Toro Park.
Now that the Earlybird Invitational is in the books, check out the meet story by North Monterey County coach and meet director, Gustavo Ibarra.
Oregon Duck Nikki Hiltz continues her story about the end of her senior season at Aptos High School in northern California.
Nikki Hiltz, frehman at the Univeristy of Oregon, was a Foot Locker finalist and California state champion at Aptos High School. After running 4:42 for 1600 meters and placing 6th in the USATF 1500 in 2012, Nikki is now heading into her first spring season in Eugene under coach Marica Powell.
Just like when shes on the track or cross country course, Aptos High runner knew what she wanted when it came to picking a college. She just had to wait for the right time to make her move.Hiltz announced Friday that she has committed to Oregon University, a school she says she has wanted to attend since she was a young girl. (via santacruzsentinel.com)