Previewing Friday's distance and relay events at the 61st Mt. SAC Relays.
Articles with Torrey Pines High School (SD)
Next up in a series of section-by-section track and field previews, writer Steve Brand grades out the San Diego Section.
In advance of league and CIF championships, MileSplitCA ranks the top teams and runners in the San Diego Section.
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.
Which athletes have the potential to become the section's three representatives in every at the state meet this June?
Who will be advancing to compete in Clovis this June? Step inside to find out our picks!
"Consistency, hard work, and dedication. Excuses just set us back. We need to move forward". Meet Tal Braude. (Photo courtesy of FloTrack)
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.
You pretty much soloed to a 4:50.50 mile at the adidas MOC, and qualified for the adidas Dream Mile. How are you feeling about your races and your fitness at this part of the season? (Photo by Margot Kelly)
Alli Billmeyer writes about the State Meet and her training leading up to Footlocker West Regionals in her 3rd journal. She also verbally committed to Stanford!
Matt Carpowich (Sr., Torrey Pines) will be heading to Stanford in the fall. (All photos by Margot Kelly)
San Diego's Alli Billmeyer (Torrey Pines) has emerged as one of California's top runners. (All photos by Margot Kelly, CalRunners.com)
Photo: Clockwise from left; Molly Grabill (Sr., Rancho Bernardo), Sarah Baxter (Fr., Simi Valley) Elias Gedyon (Sr., Loyola) and Ammar Moussa (Sr., Arcadia).
Molly Grabill (Sr., Rancho Bernardo) and Elias Gedyon (Sr., Loyola) were just two of a number of runners who walked away with course records. (Photos by Gabriel Santana)
Molly Grabill (Rancho Bernardo, CA) and Brian Shrader (Sinagua, AZ) took top honors at the Foot Locker West Regionals today at the Mt. Sac course in Walnut California.
Photo courtesy John Olson, SCRUNNERS
Photo courtesy: John Olson, South Carolina Runner's
Top runners at the California State meet; Div 1 winner Ammar Moussa far left; Div 2 winner Elias Gedyon center (photos by Margot Kelly) and Div 1 girls winner Molly Grabill. (photo by Dennis McClanahan)
Torrey Pines wons the top spot at the Stanford Invitational last weekend. Leading the team was second place finisher senior Megan Morgan (back row second from right). Photo: File photo taken at the 2008 CA State CC Championships.
Highlights and Results from: NB Ocean State Inv. (RI), McDonald's XC Festival (VA), McQuaid Inv. (NY), Roy Griak Inv. (MN), Stanford Inv. (CA), Carlisle Inv. (PA), Jim Danner Inv. (OR), Culver Inv. (IN), Palatine Inv. (IL), LoboCat Inv. (CO), Albuquerque Academy Inv. (NM) & Midwest Meet of Champs. (OH) The best weekend yet. That's an easy way to describe this weekend's national cross country action. Most of the top teams in the land took part in an invitational, with some teams coming up very big. US#5 York (IL) kicked off their season by winning the Palatine Invitational, one of the big highlights of the weekend thus far.
The season really started to heat up this past weekend in California, as many of the top teams and individuals in the state headed to the Woodbridge Invitational and Mt. Carmel Invitational. Check out our race summaries, along with meet pages and results, in our weekend round-up. (Photo by Andrew McClanahan)
With so much action this past weekend, our coverage spilled over Monday into our weekly News & Notes section. The Woodbridge and Mt. Carmel Invitationals are highlighted, which saw some impressive individual and team results, including a few upsets. See what else took place, as well as our weekly look ahead.