We give our rundown of the top performing Division IV boys to keep on the radar.
Have a look at our preseason watchlist of Division IV girls.
Xavier are set to return with some fresh new faces that will make them some heavy contenders for the Division 1 girls' team title. Arizona MileSplit has the Gators' Scouting Report.
We caught up with Coaches Scronic and Boulay for our Scouting Report of the North Canyon Rattler XC program.
Will the Hopi Bruins keep their winning streak alive this season? Have a look at our rundown of the top contending Division IV boys teams.
We broke down our own watch list of names to keep on your radar this season.
Santiago Hardy reflects on his high school running career for the Chinle Wildcats.
USTFCCCA awards Scottsdale Prep Academy's Head Coach both titles of 2017 Arizona Track and Field Coach of the Year!
Both the Chandler Prep boys and girls teams have set some lofty goals this season. Read the Scouting Report with the Titans here.
The Brophy boys graduate three Seniors but show depth among underclassmen with fast track times as well. Arizona MileSplit has the Broncos' Scouting Report.
The Sand Devil boys return this season looking to secure their 4th consecutive D3 State Title this season. Arizona MileSplit has the Scouting Report.
Trevor Tam reflects on the culmination of his high school running career after pulling off the triple crown. He will attend the University of California in San Diego, this fall.
Flagstaff Eagles boys and girls teams return on the hunt for third consecutive Division 2 team titles. Arizona MileSplit has the scouting report on both of the Flagstaff boys and girls.
Salpointe Catholic return Ana Alvarez Tostado & Zoey Delgado as D3's strongest 1-2 punch. MileSplit AZ has the Lady Lancer's Scouting Report.
Desert Vista's Ryan Bender reflects on his high school career.
Sarah Carter graduates from Xavier with PRs of 4:53.07 for 1600m and 10:35.21 for 3200m. We wish her the best as she moves on to the University of Washington.
Click here and cast your vote for the candidate you think deserves the title of Arizona Freshman Girl of the Year.
The title of Arizona Freshman Boy of the Year goes to Jaheim Brown of the Chandler Wolves. Click here to read about his freshman season.
Click here and vote for who you think deserves to be the Arizona Freshman Boy of the Year.
Edwin Adams graduates with back to back State Titles for D1 Boys 300m Hurdles under his belt as well as a third place finishes in the D1 High Hurdles.
Kelsey Gabriel is the Arizona recipient for what will be the annual LaceLocker Bronze Shoe Award, an prize meant to recognize hard-working athletes who run for pure love of the sport.
Here's Brandon McGuire's take on his High School career. The Raymond S. Kellis graduate leaves for the University of Wyoming with 2 State titles and a meet record under his belt.
While Jacob Slate tossed 160 to take 3rd in the Boys Discus at the D1 State Championships in May, Jacob Slate finds his niche as a Hammer and Weight thrower. Here's a look back through his eyes.
Alexis Rios just capped off her career at North Canyon HS. Here, she shares some of the most important parts of her high school career and what being a Rattler has meant for her.
Kayleigh Conlon is a two time Division I State Champion for Girls Shot Put and a State record holder in the event with a PR of 47-09.5.
Precious Craig is a Centennial school record holder for 100, 200, and 4x100. At the D2 Track and Field State Champs she took 6th for LJ, and 7th for 100m. We wish her the best at U of A.
Chris D'Angelo leaves the Thunder as part of a three-peat legacy having consistently scored at the D1 Cross Country State Champs. We wish him the best as he continues his career for the GCU Lopes.
Elijah Mason concluded his career as a thrower for Desert Vista this spring with his third consecutive State title in the Disc and his first for the Shot. Best of luck as he continues his career for the Huskies.
Trey Johnson led the State in three events with 13.65 in the 110 Hurdles, 10.57 in the 100 meter dash, and 24-06 in the Long Jump. We wish him the best as he continues his career at GCU.
Anaya capped off her high school career with individual State Titles in both the 100 and 200 meters in Division I, and anchored both the 400 and 1600-meter relays.