In place of our usual Countdown to XC (which has suffered a critical lack of data) we're taking a look at 30 teams that will have a major impact this winter.
Articles with Dougherty Valley High (NC)
Stephanie Bambury has led her Dougherty Valley teams to the state XC meet consistently since the school opened in 2007.
A closer look at all five division races scheduled for Saturday at Hayward High School.
This year's De La Salle Nike Invitational will feature an epic varsity boys' competition. Check out the main runners in our preview.
It should be a scorcher this weekend at Hidden Valley Park and the 35th Annual Ed Sias Invitational.
East bay teams roll at 36th Annual Monte Vista Invitational.
Matt Strangio, Corie Smith and others will be looking to keep Great Oak from a total sweep at Woodward Park. Our CIF-State Division I preview.
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.
There are lots of state contenders from the North Coast Section.
Sophomore Colin Peattie ran a class record leading the Bellarmine boys and Granada senior Colleen McCandless cruised to victory at the Crystal Springs Invitational.
The mid-week afternoon Monte Vista Invitational, one of the top opening meets in the region, saw a course record among standout performances across multiple divisions.
Some of the better East Bay teams will face each other today in the 35th Monte Vista Invite.
Not counting the Southern Section, this section may have had the most successful 2017 state meet.
The NCS is LOADED with girls' sprint talent, which should make all three races very interesting this May.
Redwood's Liam Anderson competes this Saturday at the NCS MOC meet at Hayward HS.
The coaches in the NCS say that Colleen McCandless and Granada are at the top of the Division 2 rankings, and we agree! Who else will make our division-by-division rankings?
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.