The AAU Junior Olympics West Coast will be taking place this weekend and we have the top 5 performances for you to look out for
Articles with Jesuit (SJ)
Advancers from seniors-only section finals determined top 8 finishers per event in this fictional scenario.
A perennial power at the state level, the SJS is also one of the tougher sections to advance from with essentially four meets in two weeks.
A section filled with state championship contenders crowns division champions as athletes position for the Masters meet.
Long Beach team's relay marks were selected as the top boys performance of the '20 outdoor season.
Will Jesuit have enough distance depth to overcome Peter Costelli and upset-minded Mission Viejo?
Oh, the madness! Do we have a No. 31 seed knocking off a No 2?
Thanks to Jesuit coach, Walt Lange
Who will be the top 10 male track athletes in California regardless of an event? Check out our list inside.
Wisconsin Badgers commit, Caleb Brown punctuated an exceptional 2019 XC season with a 3rd place finish at Nike Cross Nationals.
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)
Yesterday, the Bellarmine boys ran the fastest team time on the historic Crystal Springs course at their WCAL final.
This is our third 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 Stanford Invitational rolled out some of the best marks in the state including 237 elite performances!
Dixon's David Phillips Jr leads the section in the 100 and 200, and could be a state title contender in that second race.
What if all sections used the same CBEDs to determine their divisions in cross country? We are glad you asked and we have the answer for you for all the boys' races.
Meet the Boys 2018 XC Runner of the Year.
The top spot is clear, but the remaining choices were often difficult. Which teams were the most impressive this fall?
In this penultimate installment of the 10-part MileSplitCA All-State series, we present the overall Boys All-State Team.
We are putting a bow on the 2018 XC season by recognizing California's top runners. This is the next installment of a 10-part MileSplitCA All-State series. Check out CA's top junior boys ...
Next in a series, we review the 2018 cross country season in the Sac-Joaquin Section.
Reviewing all 10 races from the CIF-State Cross Country Championships at Woodward Park in Fresno.
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.
It wasn't enough for the Blue Devils to just make it back to the state meet, and their desire showed in a strong team performance.
One of the strongest sections in the state keeps churning out top teams and individuals.
At the midpoint of the season, which teams did we get right and which did we miss during our annual #CountdownToXC?
One of the early season most competitive invitationals will take place this Saturday at Newhall Park.
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!
As post-season award selections go, the selection of the Boys Track Athlete of the Year, is about as clear-cut as they come because Christian Shakir-Ricks pretty much crushed the spring season.
State Meet champions aren't the only athletes recognized on the MileSplitCA 2018 Boys All-State Team. (Pictured: Kazmier Allen, Asani Hampton and Christian Shakir-Ricks in the 100 meter final at State.)
This is the seventh installment in a series of section-by-section track & field season in review articles. This is a recap of the North Coast Coast Section.
California state track and field meet and distance races = competitive galore!
Some of the best distance runners in California history have come out of this section. This year's state contenders could include a couple of all-time greats.
Some of this year's favorites won last year, and some had breakouts in 2017 that may not have been noticed behind graduating senior stars (and one moved in from out of the country...)
We wrap up the 2017 XC season with the final installment of our MileSplitCA series of All-State XC teams for 2017. Check out the Boys Overall All-State Team.
CA teams & individuals at NXN this weekend ready to show state depth.
There are potential state title contenders in every division, including the Vista Del Lago girls in Division 3.
One of the earliest section finals takes place this Saturday at Toro Park.
Coach Jim Tracy with one of his 34 section winning cross country teams.
The "other" big Woodward Park invitational kicks off Friday afternoon, and it's gives many more teams the opportunity to shine. Check out the leading contenders like Moises Medrano. Daniel Casarez photo.
Our first version of subjective section rankings with the help of plenty of SJS coaches.
Every week through the end of cross country season, we will feature one of California's Coaching Legends - a past or present figure that has shaped the sport in the Golden State.
An injury held him back toward the end of cross country season, but Jesuit frosh Matt Strangio is back strong for track season.
California #1 3200m time of 9:07.65 by Davis senior, Michael Vernau. File photo.
The loaded Hoka One One Bronco Invitational takes place this Saturday at Folsom HS. Check out our preview of one of the top SJS meets this season.
One of the premier East Bay Invitationals takes place this Saturday at Newhall Park in Concord with the 2016 De La Salle/Carondelet Nike Invitational.
It's very early September so it must be time for the Lagoon Valley Classic in Vacaville. Many of the finest teams and individuals from the SJS will compete on the rugged Lagoon Valley Park course.
Here are all the state meet distance contenders in the very competitive Sac-Joaquin Section.
Check out the first update to the National Boys XC Team Rankings since Pre-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.
My interview with one of the top seniors in California, Jesuit runner, Sean Kurdy.
Now that October is here, the cross country season really heats up with the Clovis Invitational this weekend. This meet will pit many of the top teams in California vs. some of the top teams out of state in preview of the California state meet.
Jesuit HS still holds the CA record for the Distance Medley Relay (9:56.3) and one of those members was Paul Thomas (far left).