Here's a look back at the highlight performances from Desert Vista's Last Chance Meet on Wednesday.
After talking about his goal of breaking the Pole Vault State Record, Valley Vista's Cole Riddle cleared 17-05 on Wednesday night at Desert Vista's Last Chance meet! The mark also ranks as US #2, behind only Armand Duplantis' 19-4.25.
Last week the Tempe City meet was held on April 18th & 20th, while Chandler's took place on the 19th. Between the two, several races yielded times that cracked the top ten rankings in AZ.
Morgan Foster is only a Sophomore and already one of the top middle distance runners in the country with PRs of 2:07 for 800 and 4:55. At Arcadia she anchored Chandler to 9:07.38 and US #1 performance.
Mt. Pointe's Kayleigh Conlon broke the State Record in the Girls Shot Put by a half-inch on Tuesday at Day 1 of the Tempe City meet. Kayleigh returned for Day 2 of City on Thursday to win the Girls Discus in 145' 3".
Watch Race Videos from the Tempe City Championships.
At the Chandler City meet Morgan Foster cut loose in the Girls Varisty 1600 to run 4:54!
Last week at Arcadia, Hociel Landa ran an AZ #2 3200 performance of 9:09. A few days ago he also signed with the Rice University Owls in Houston, TX.
Watch Alena Ellsworth of Highland dominate the 800 at the Hohokam Invitational in 2:11.29, less than half a second off her sister's Meet Record!
Tomorrow will be the 14th Annual Hohokam Invitational held at Westwood High School, and for many teams this will likely be the final invitational before their City/District Championships.
The Sun Angel Classic Finals for the High School races were held on Saturday afternoon with top tier performances from Arizona athletes along with the opportunity to see Premier races from some of the best in the World.
This past weekend records fell and leaderboards were shaken. Here's a quick rundown of notable performances from our athletes out at Arcadia.
In his latest performance, U of A commit Turner Washington (Canyon Del Oro) launched the platter to a mark 217-5 to knock down his own State Record set two weeks ago.
Chaparral Girls won the 4x800 meter Final on Saturday at the Sun Angel Classic by almost 12 seconds. Their performance ranks 7th currently in the State of Arizona.
Shadow Ridge's Kyle Kerr ran 1:56, just edging out the win in the 800 meter Final of the Sun Angel Classic on Saturday night. His time now rests at a #3 spot among Arizona 800 meter runners.
Meghan Barney flew under the meet record for the Girls 1600 meters at the Sun Angel Classic by over a second in a time of 5:04.91! She's now ranked #7 in the State and sits at the top of the leaderboard for small school girls 1600.
Alena Ellsworth of Highland returned to the Sun Angel Classic as the top qualifier in the 400 meter Final and came away with another lifetime best, this time of 54.68! Her time now ranks her among the top-20 in the Nation for Girls 400.
Jae'Nisa Heckstall of Raymond S. Kellis returned to the Sun Angel Classic Finals on Saturday afternoon, to grind out some big PRs for both the 100 meters and the 100 Hurdles. She's now the 3rd girl to break 12 sec. this season with 11.95 for 100 and the State leader for the 100 Hurdles with 14.10.
Have a look back at some of the highlights from Day 1 of the Sun Angel Classic before we head into finals this afternoon!
Underclassmen and other non-varsity will be the focus of the Becky Matthews Invitational. Here's a look at some of the events we can expect to highlight the day.
Have a look back at some of the boys highlights from Chandler Rotary this past weekend.
The Red Mountain Rampage is set to gather athletes from teams big and small, for competition in east Mesa.
Check out video coverage and shots for a look at how AZ fared this week, including at the National level.
From among only 18 teams present at Brophy AMDG, came records galore and several US top ten performances throughout the evening.
Brophy will host the AMDG tomorrow afternoon in central Phoenix. Best of luck as we enter week 3 of the outdoor season.
Nura shared with Az.MileSplit the little things that shaped her decision to commit to OU. We wish her the best this track season and in her future as a jumper for the Sooners.
Tomorrow Corona Del Sol will put on the annual season opener for most of the Tempe District as well as welcoming others to compete at their best.
Join us this Saturday for the start of the outdoor season at the 1st Annual Richard Thompson South Mountain Classic.
At the AZ Indoor Classic, club athletes ran, jumped and threw at altitude against some of the top ranked kids in the State.
Tomorrow AZ athletes from around the State will have a taste of Indoor Track at the NAU Skydome in Flagstaff, AZ.