A trio of Bay Area rising seniors leads the list of returning California high school cross country runners for 5000 meters.
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This is our fifth update to the statewide rankings for boys and girls across all five CIF divisions. (Corrected)
A closer look at all five division races scheduled for Saturday at Hayward High School.
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.
This is our second update to the statewide rankings for boys and girls across all five CIF divisions.
Our second installment of CA team rankings for all five CIF divisions.
Subjective statewide top-10 rankings for all five the CIF-State divisions.
This year's De La Salle Nike Invitational will feature an epic varsity boys' competition. Check out the main runners in our preview.
Some epic distance races could be in store for us on Saturday. Here is our preview.
The last big invitational in Northern California this season takes place at American River College on Saturday.
We are putting a bow on the 2018 XC season by recognizing California's top runners with a 10-part MileSplitCA All-State series. Next up, check out CA's top Senior Boys ...
Five of the 10 scheduled races were run in the morning before the Air Quality Index surpassed 150 at Hayward High School. At that point, per North Coast Section bylaws, the competition had to stop.
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!
Not counting the Southern Section, this section may have had the most successful 2017 state meet.
The last big invitational in California this season takes place in Sacramento and more specifically American River College.
Event-by-event preview of the 60th Mt. SAC Relays to be held at El Camino College in Torrance.
The premier distance event in Northern California is finally here. Check out the talented runners that will take part this Saturday.
This section is LOADED when it comes to the distance department. The favorites are quite strong but don't sleep on the long list of contenders. Doug Duran photo.
USF coach Helen Lehman-Winters is one of the few female coaches who now leads an NCAA Division I men's program. She got her start coaching HS teams in CA.
We are closing out the 2017 XC season by recognizing California's top runners. This is the sixth installment of a 10-part MileSplitCA All-State series. Check out Junior Boys.
Redwood's Liam Anderson competes this Saturday at the NCS MOC meet at Hayward HS.
This Saturday marks the 42nd year that Serra HS has been the host school for the Crystal Springs Invitational on the historic Crystal Springs course.
Here are the leading contenders for the Invitational Session of the Sacramento Meet of Champions taking place this Saturday at American River College. Kirby Lee photos.
Here are the North Coast Section state meet contenders in all the distance races based on top returners from last Track and Field season and most improved Cross Country runners from this past season.
One of the larger early season meets in Northern California is the De La Salle/Carondelet Nike Invitational. Here is a preview of this meet by De La Salle coach, John Pelster.
Here are the leading contenders for the Invitational Session of the Sacramento Meet of Champions taking place this Saturday at American River College.
First Track and Field preview with the NCS distance state meet contenders.
Pictures of all team champions from yesterday's NCS MOC meet at Hayward HS.
Here are interviews with all race winners from yesterday's Ed Sas Invitational thanks to former Campolindo HS runner, Rod Farvard.
Millikan's Misana Viltz (above left) just edged De La Salle's Marquis Morris (above right) by a hundreth of a second at the Arcadia Invitational this weekend in the 110m. Hurdles. The photo is courtesy of Keith Birmingham of the Pasadena Star-News.
First interview with one of the participants in yesterday's Dublin Distance Fiesta's hot 3200m. race. Blair Hurlock of De La Salle HS finished right behind race winner Fred Huxham of Redwood HS in a near PR of 9:11.83 which just misses his state meet effort from last season (9:11.47). He finished in 2nd place at the Dan Gabor Invitational 800m. with a time of 1:58.67 after winning a very strategic 1600m. in 4:24.20. Hurlock has already committed to Stanford University.
PRESS RELEASE: Dublin Distance Fiesta Boys 3200 to be a barn burner! Who else wants in?! Commitments so far (in alphabetical order): Gabe Arias-Sheridan - St. Joseph Notre Dame - Defending DDF Champion, 4th @ 2013 NCS Meet of Champions Aidan Goltra - Campolindo - 2nd @ 2013 NCS Meet of Champions, 2-time Defending D2 Cross Country State Champion Blair Hurlock - De La Salle - 3rd @ 2013 NCS Meet of Champions, Foot Locker National Finalist Fred Huxham - Redwood - 4:14 indoor mile already in 2014, D3 Cross Country State Medalist Cameron Tu - Alameda - 7th @ 2013 NCS Meet of Champions, D2 Cross Country State Medalist Entries are due this Saturday, March 8. Please go to http://www.dublincrosscountry.com/Dublin_Distance_Fiesta/Dublin_Distance_Fiesta.html for more information. We hope to see you there!
Blair Hurlock of De La Salle HS (Concord, CA) will atend Stanford in the fall. Hurlock stepped into the national spotlight in October by winning the team sweepstake race at the Mt. SAC CC Invitational and finished the season with an 8th place finish at the Foot Locker Championsips.