Established stars, emerging contenders, and hungry challengers: San Diego pride and state meet impact are on the line today.
Articles with Mt. Carmel High (SD)
A perennial producer of big time vaulters and distance runners, the SDS has several state title contenders - including 400 runner Eric Parker.
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)
This is our fourth update to the statewide rankings for boys and girls across all five CIF divisions. (Corrected)
This is our third update to the statewide rankings for boys and girls across all five CIF divisions.
The La Costa Canyon senior leads his team - and probably the San Diego section - after a strong performance in Escondido.
Van Cortlandt Park has once again brought some of the best competition short of a national championship.
We have been charting year-to-year improvement over the last 6 seasons for many of California's best programs, and the data is interesting - and at times surprising!
The San Diego Section has a rich history of outstanding distance runners and teams. The section heads into 2018 with hopes of adding even more gold, silver and bronze to the cache. A detailed preview.
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)
Event primer and notebook in advance of Saturday's San Diego Section preliminaries at Mt. Carmel HS.
Which athletes have the potential to become the section's three representatives in every distance event at the state meet this June?
Which athletes have the potential to become the section's three representatives in every at the state meet this June?
Three weeks out from the start of the CIF season yet dozens of CA athletes put up big winter track numbers over the weekend.
Our MileSplitCA All-State Teams series continues with Senior Boys. A very deep field warranted a four-team list, recognizing the top 28 senior boys in the state.
Great Marks across the state. Brandon Ford (Mt. Carmel) won the high jump with a 6-10 jump. Deante Kemper (Sierra) also jumped 6-10. Cami Chapus (Jr., Harvard Westlake) had an impressive double with a 4:51.66 1600 and a 10:29.48 3200. Photos by Gabriel Santana.