The North Phoenix Prep boys return their entire varsity squad from last year and are ready to take on anyone from around the State.
St. Michael will look to make it back-to-back D4 state titles at Cave Creek Golf Course, this fall. Have a look at our scouting report on the Cardinal girls.
Check out our scouting report with Coach Brent Krieg on the Red Mountain girls' team in Mesa.
Check out the returning Skyline boys' fastest times from the past year below.
Desert Mountain have some phenomenal leaders in their returning Seniors and continue to foster the buy-in for their underclassmen as well. Check out our scouting report with the Coach Kemmerle and the DM Wolves.
Winslow return their entire varsity squad from last year’s AIA Cross Country State Championship. Check out our scouting report with the Winslow Bulldogs.
The Tuba City Warriors are looking to rebuild their squad into a Sectional contender with a new class of freshman.
The Eagles have won the D4 Section 2 Title at Rio Rico HS, two out of the last three years and will certainly aim to declare themselves among the best teams in their Division, not just their section.
The Veritas Falcons' returning depth makes them capable of finishing among the top two teams at Cave Creek Golf Course in November.
Check out our latest scouting report on the Mesa Mountain View Toro boys with Coach Ronnie Buchanan.
While Chandler had an enormous graduating class this year there is no doubt that they will continue to be a mid-distance powerhouse. Check out our scouting report with the Wolfpack.
Campo Verde have graduated Rylan Stubbs but return as competitive as ever and will look to make up the difference with a tighter spread.
The Rincon University Rangers ambitiously return the majority of last year’s varsity, and are eager to challenge themselves against the top teams in the State.
Both the American Leadership Patriot teams of Queen Creek have some solid core leadership returning this season. Read our full scouting report with the ALA-Queen Creek Patriots.
Check out the stats on the returning Many Farms Lobos that are currently ranked fifth among Division IV girls' teams.