Advancers from seniors-only section finals determined top 8 finishers per event in this fictional scenario.
Articles with Whitney High (SJ)
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.
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.
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.
The meet honors the memory of the former biology teacher and XC/TF coach at North Monterey County HS.
The last big invitational in Northern California this season takes place at American River College on Saturday.
Dixon's David Phillips Jr leads the section in the 100 and 200, and could be a state title contender in that second race.
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.
The section-by-section preview series continues with a detailed look at the Sac Joaquin Section.
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)
The premier Northern California HS invitational takes place this weekend. Upgrade to MileSplit Universal to watch the action.
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...)
The undisputed queen of the SJS, Jurnee Woodward, has graduated. Will the next superstar be a sprinter like Tai McDonald, or will someone else step up?
There are potential state title contenders in every division, including the Vista Del Lago girls in Division 3.
Our first version of subjective section rankings with the help of plenty of SJS coaches.
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.