The 2018 cross country season is just on the horizon and to predict the top individuals and teams this season, we’re releasing watchlists for each category.
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Here's a rundown of how athletes represented the Grand Canyon State at the Great Southwest Classic.
Check out John Hays' hand-picked his favorite action shots from Day 2 of the AIA Track and Field State Championships.
Here is the recap for the Richard Thompson South Mountain Classic!
We caught up with Arete Throws Nation to film a workout with some of the top throwers in Arizona.
Have a look at our projections for Division IV girls cross-country this fall.
Have a look at our preseason watchlist of Division IV girls.
We broke down our own watch list of names to keep on your radar this season.
USTFCCCA awards Scottsdale Prep Academy's Head Coach both titles of 2017 Arizona Track and Field Coach of the Year!
A quick rundown of our meet recap of the Saturday's Division 4 State Championship highlight performances at Mesa Community College.
Click here to see the top performers from day 2 of the state champs.
Click here to see your favorites for the Div. III and IV championship!
Valley Vista’s pole vaulter Cole Riddle cleared 16-07 (#3 in the U.S.) and Tyrees Moutlon won the 200m in 21.26 secs (#5 U.S.) at the Rattler Booster Invite.
Desert Vista Boys and Chandler Girls win the 1st Annual Richard Thompson Classic.
Join us this Saturday for the start of the outdoor season at the 1st Annual Richard Thompson South Mountain Classic.
Scottsdale Prep Academy (AZ) senior Alexandria Goodson is looking to nab 13 feet in the pole vault at the Great Southwest Indoor Classic on Saturday.
Great weather conditions at the Cave Creek Golf Course can bring fast times tomorrow for the AIA Girls Cross Country State Meet.
Campo Verde, Desert Vista, and Saguaro win big in their sections but the season's not over yet. Here are the highlights from four Sectional races.
Chandler High School girls dominate by scoring 26 points and Abi Archer wins by a minute.
Broomfield's girls packed it up, ran relaxed, and still came away with the Front Range League title in Colorado. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Chandler Prep Varsity boys win their home invite for the first time.
If anyone was hoping Alamosa might let up a little now that they'd won a state title, Isaiah DeLaCerda put those hopes to rest. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Alex Raichart and Battle Mountain made their case as the top small-school girls team in the region at Colorado's state meet on Saturday. But, they just might end up in the overall championship race. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Even down one of their scoring five, Desert Hills was a decisive winner at Desert Twilight. Contributed photo.
Will Handley's second-place finish was a key piece in the stunning Timpanogos upset at Bob Firman on Saturday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Two Mountain Vista teams are all smiles after finishing sixth and fourth at the Woodbridge Sweepstakes race. Photo shamelessly pilfered off of Vista Nation XC Twitter feed.
The Southwest region small schools lay claim to plenty of exceptional talent, as exemplified here by Tuba City senior Albert Fuller. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Morgan Nelson has been selected as the AZ Milesplit athlete of the week for leading defending D4 champs Scottsdale Prep against D1 competition. Arizona Milesplit Photo.
Northland Prep tops the team rankings in division 4 with 43 points to Hopi's 122 points.
Jane Miller from Xavier College Prep leads the 3 Mile distance leader board with a 17:33
Rio Rico came close to having a perfect day of 4 State Championships but was 24 points short.
The Division Sectionals/Regionals have been won by a Hoskinson for the last 5 years.