Sevanna Hanson (Desert Vista) only a sophomore won Chandler Rotary Invite in the pole vault(12-0) and cleared (12-4) at the Beck Mathews Invite.
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.
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.
Tyrees Moulton of North Canyon is dominating the sprints in Arizona and is currently ranked #9 in the nation for the 400m dash. (Photo by Cornelius Bowick)
Abi Archer from Chaparral High School is ranked #1 for Division 2 girls. She finished with an impressive time of 17:31 placing 4th at the Desert Twilight XC Festival.
Thomas Cain will also be in the mix at the Division I State Championships. Last month the Cibola Raiders ventured to the So Cal Invitational where Thomas won in 15:38.
Rylan Stubbs as well as the rest of the Campo Verde Coyotes are looking dangerous in Division II this season. Last week they demolished Division II Section IV with the lowest score of the day.
Brooklyn Christofis ran an impressive 17:38 5k at Desert Twilight XC Festival in October. She is currently ranked as the 6th fastest freshman in the country. Watch the Desert Vista girls as they attempt to make another run for NXN.
Rio Rico's Allie Schadler will be looking to obtain a 4th Cross Country State Championship title this Saturday. She's currently ranked 8th in the Nation for 5 km and ran 16:26 for 3 miles at Woodbridge.
Tyrin is the top ranked boy in Division IV with a time of 16:07.80. He and the rest of the Pinon Eagles will be looking to challenge the Hopi Bruins for a Division IV State title this Saturday.
Samantha Schadler from Rio Rico High School is currently ranked as the 12th fastest sophomore in the nation. Earlier this season, she placed 3rd (17:27:10) at the Desert Twilight XC Festival .
Perry's Anthony Haren will be a major contender to win this Friday's Division I Section I Championship. Twelve days ago, he won the Titan Invitational on the same course.
Desert Vista's Habtamu Cheney will be a major power player as he and his team look to defend their state title.