We caught up with Thomas Cain on the most important things he's learned running for Coach Norton and the Cibola Raiders.
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Check out the Arizona MileSplit Boys' Distance Runner of the Year.
We caught up with Jake Smith, recent graduate of Cibola High School, about his career for the Raiders and future at the University of Texas San Antonio.
We caught up with Thomas Cain who ventured out to Walnut, CA for the Brooks Mt. SAC Relays where he ran the fastest 3200m time for the State.
We preview the top five events set for the Rattler Booster Invite at North Canyon High School along with the meet program.
Here is your Arizona MileSplit First Team All-State Boys for the 2017 cross country season.
Here is part 2 of our recap of the many highlights that went down at Desert Twilight.
Desert Twilight is gonna' be lit! Click here to read Josh Tucker give a rundown of the Boys Sweepstakes Race!
Look at who performed the best over the past track season in the 3200 meter run and returns for the upcoming cross country season.
Vote below on who you think was the Arizona Boys Distance Runner of the Year. Voting ends tomorrow at 11!
The Desert Vista Last Chance meet was held Wednesday April 26th, with over 60 teams and 1000+ athletes competing. Have a look at more of the most nail-biting performances.
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.
On October 8th, Chandler and Cibola High School along with Ironwood Ridge participated in the 35th Running Center Southern California Invitational at Guajome Park in Oceanside, California.
The top six finishers at Colorado 5A Region 5 all wore Mountain Vista green. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Fifty percent of the teams and the top 25 individuals in each section move on to State. If there are an odd number of teams in the race then the 50% is rounded up to include the next team.
Arizona XC Rankings - Girls Top 25 Teams Division 2
Most of New Mexico's top teams saw their first action at this weekend's UNM Lobo Inviational. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Daniel Frietz (South Mountain) and Mufasa Guerrero (Agua Fria Union) held back for the first half of the race
The top 100 rankings (via FloTrack)
Randall's Island, NY - The date many have been waiting for is finally on the horizon. Fourteen of the best prep milers, and eight of the best short sprinters have been personally invited to compete in the city that never sleeps. Both boys and girls have been hailed as some of the fastest in prep history, with numerous candidates holding a national record at one point in their prep prestigious careers. MileSplit will be on-hand Saturday, May 25th, bringing you all the action live via twitter, and bringing the most comprehensive meet coverage around. You don't want to miss this one. And here's why,
Jessica Tonn (Sr., Xavier Prep) and Brian Shrader (Sr., Sinagua) won at the Queen Creek Twilight Meet in record times. Results