Advancers from seniors-only section finals determined top 8 finishers per event in this fictional scenario.
Articles with Wilson Long Beach (SS)
Strategy goes hand in hand with outstanding fitness if you want to survive the toughest state meet qualifier in the nation.
Star athletes and deep teams vying for division titles while still positioning themselves for Master and the state meet - there's nothing in the nation quite like this meet.
Rachel Glenn is one of a very few returning champions in this senior class, and she is an MVP candidate within her section.
If you're a threat to win two events at the state meet, you're a big deal - and there are two athletes in this division that meet that criterion!
Long Beach team's relay marks were selected as the top boys performance of the '20 outdoor season.
Two of the state's most versatile athletes, Rachel Glenn and Elise Miller went head to head in this one.
Young stars Chase Harleston and Phillip Jefferson would need support to advance in this matchup.
Who will be the top 10 female track athletes in California regardless of an event? Check out our list inside.
Wilson Long Beach's Rachel Glenn inked her own deal with the University of South Carolina.
Teams and athletes to watch in all five divisions Friday and Saturday at the Riverside Championship Course.
We preview the Track events for this weekend's Division 1 Prelims held at Trabuco Hills High School. Some of California's Best must first qualify here to continue their postseason plans!
If ever there were a mid-season State Meet preview, this would be it. The 52nd Arcadia Invitational is absolutely loaded and we're just talking a who's-who of CA's finest.
Three California athletes and two relay teams returned to the Golden State after earning first-place victories over the weekend at the Texas Relays.
With Arcadia and Mt. SAC looming, we take a look at the relays that aren't in the official CA track meet line-up. Here's a look at five non-traditional relays ranking of the top 25 over the last four years.
This weekend at The Texas Relays many of the best teams in Texas and some top national relays will compete in each event.
Alysah Hickey and two stacked pole vault fields are just a few of the headliners scheduled to compete in the 40th Mt. Carmel Invitational.
Meet wrap-up from the 12th Saddle Up Invitational at Vista Murrieta HS where LB Wilson junior Rachel Glenn ran a state-leading 400 meters, among other stellar marks despite the conditions.
Seven marks from the super-fast Long Beach Poly TrackRabbit Invitational survived Saturday's meets across CA to be ranked No. 1 at the state.
We finish out our 2019 division-by-division preview of the Southern Section with Division 1.
Find out how Texas really sits in the conversation of best relay state in the nation.
The 1600 meter sprint medley relay is not a sprinters relay. This year though, the sprinters could take it back.
Cows and runners, runners and cows (but mostly runners!). Photo gallery from the Great Cow Run held Sept. 1 at Cerritos Regional Park.
The process of selecting the 2018 MileSplitCA Girls Field Athlete of the Year came down to two choices, leave a deserving athlete out or call it a deadheat. So, which choice do you think we made?
Rachel Glenn led the overall state rankings in the high jump, finished in a tie for 1st at the state meet, and ranks 2nd in the nation among sophomores.
CIF-State T&F Championships Preview: Focus on Sprints, Hurdles, Relays, includes stars like Breanna Bernard-Joseph, Nikki Merritt and Kyla Robinson-Hubbard.
A Southern Section girls team will be the favorite to win in Clovis - but WHICH team? We will have a clearer answer this weekend!
Extensive divisional recap of Saturday's girls competition at the CIF-Southern Section all-divisional championships at El Camino College.
Winter Track All-Comers and Indoor Rankings for boys relays through posted meets of Feb. 10.
Winter track rankings for girls relays through posted meets of Feb. 3.
Winter track rankings for boys relays through posted meets of Feb. 3.
The winter is fun because it mixes established studs like Ariyonna Augustine and Tierra Crockrell with a crop of brand-new stars that emerge every year.
Arguably the best state meet in the nation takes place this Friday and Saturday at Buchanan HS. Here are all the favorites and leading contenders.
Wilson wants to be nothing but #1. They aren't just shooting for a State Championship win, but to be known as the best in the country and "shock the nation"
Foot Locker Finalist Kimberly Coscia may run roughshod over the Friday night 3200 field, but the favorites in most of the relays are far less clear.
Photos by Margot Kelly Friday's events at the Arcadia Invitational saw cooler temperatures for at least SoCal standards in a relay heavy first day of competition. A total of six US #1's were produced nonetheless and the boys decathlon national record was simply destroyed by Curtis Beach of New Mexico with his point total of 7909. It was a historic performance thanks to his incredible output of 14.42 clocking in the 110 meter hurdles, over 150 feet throw in the javelin, 14'6" pole vault, and 4:09 1500 to complete the multi-event. Eleanor Roosevelt girls added a US #1 in the 4x200 to their national leading times in the 4x100 and 4x400 from last weekend at the Florida Relays with a 1:36.55 victory. They were unable to win a second event of the day later in the 1600 sprint medley relay as they were turned back by the Long Beach Wilson girls who refused to be defeated in their neck of the woods with a US #2 time of 4:02.31. Two other East Coast schools picked up relay wins on Friday at Arcadia with Monsignor Farrell boys in the 4x800 at 7:51.24 and the Sheephead Bay boys in the shuttle hurdle relays in a US #1 59.50. Farrell has been a factory for producing great half milers including a 1:54 on their anchor leg just as Sheephead Bay has been in finding strong hurdlers. Rancho Verde had a boys and girls squad win a sprint medley race with the boys winning the 1600 meter version quite convincingly in a US #2 3:27.49 and just off their own meet record. The Rancho Verde girls had already own the nation's fastest time in the 800 meter SMR and simply dropped it down a half second on Friday in a time of 1:45.08. Dana Hills boys and Saugus girls have been two of California's most successful cross country programs in recen years and certainly relish any opportunity to showcase their depth in the distances when given the opportunity to compete in 4xmile relay. Dana Hills, who had ran US #1 times in the DMR and 4x800 several weeks ago at the California Relays, took aim at a top time in the 4xmile. They were challenged for much of the race by a Seattle Prep squad from Washington, but the Valdez twins (Ryan and Tyler) with 4:19 and 4:16 splits as the final two legs allowed them to pull away with a US #1 17:27.75 win. Despite already posting such strong times early in the outdoor season, the Dana Hill boys are confident of running much faster this season. The Saugus girls had some company through three legs with in-state rivals Dana Hills and then a squad actually from Australia in Ruyton High School, but anchor leg Anne Bulder broke the race open with a 5:04 anchor. Saugus finished with an overall time of 20:38.75, which tops the national leaderboard. More to come from Arcadia including photos from Margot Kelly, videos and interviews from Brandon Miles. Arcadia Invitational - Day 1 Results Arcadia Invitational - Friday Meet Summary (w/ quotes)
What a weekend it was out at the Arcadia Invitational. As the dust settles and the results are entered into the national rankings, it is clear once again that Arcadia is one of the premier high school meets in the country. After analyzing the performances and notes from the weekend, MileSplit national editor Scott Bush takes a look at the top ten performances of the meet. Guess who made the top spot? (pictured right is Chris Derrick (IL) giving the thumbs up after his impressive 5k performance)