A total of ten boys ran sub-4:20 for 1600m on Day 1 of the AIA Track and Field State Championships for our No. 4 Story of the Year.
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We're recapping the biggest moments of the 2018 Arizona track and field and cross-country seasons.
We continue the All-State countdown with our second-team athletes.
All-State Teams have been decided and will be released starting today.
Flagstaff extended their streak of sweeps for the fourth year in a row along with an individual title. Read more on part 1 of our four-part recap of the AIA State Championship.
Check out the improvement of Arizona girls at Desert Twilight between 2017 and 2018.
Check out our meet recap of how Arizona athletes fared at the prestigious Woodbridge XC Classic.
Check out the eight total athletes to watch at New Balance Outdoor Nationals.
Check out our head of the class rankings article with the top freshman performers at the State Championships.
Here is an early look at our updated rankings for Division II girls.
Click here to vote for who you think deserves the title of Arizona cross country’s freshman boy of the year!
Check out our second team of Arizona MileSplit All-State Girls!
We continue our announcements of All-State athletes with our Third Girls Team.
In our recent Q&A, Emily Stutesman talks about her journey from her treatment for anorexia to finishing 4th at the cross-country State Meet.
The State Championships on Saturday, were everything we had hoped for and more!
Read our shout out to Arizona athletes prepared to test themselves against the best in the west.
The Deer Vallley Skyhawks return as a matured but still developing squad ready to compete with the best in Division 2. Arizona MileSplit has the Scouting Report.
Watch for these highlight events and Div. I and II girl athletes to shine at the state meet this week at Mesa Community College.
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.
Salpointe Catholic lead the girls (77) and boys (127) rankings for 5k.
Tyler Day and Marcus Wheeler (Corona del Sol) enjoy some shoulder-to-shoulder running at the front of Saturday's Ojo Rojo Invititation. Photo by Margot Kelly.
With a team average of 17:01.45 Greenway High School is less than 5 seconds per runner ahead of Prescott High School.
Catalina Foothills (D1, D2) Boys sub sweeps team finished 10th overall) Catalina Foothills finished 10th in the Boys Sub Sweeps for Divisions 1 and 2 and Harvey Nelson won the event in 15:10 with the 18th fastest time of the meet.
Alexis Roberts (So., Chandler, pictured above) and Dylan Hambright (Sr. Arcadia) are the top returners in the 400 meter dash. Photo by Margot Kelly
Photo above from left: Brock Ghelfi (So., Brophy Prep), Jared Hirschl (Sr., Corona del Sol) and Josh Espinoza (Sr., Deer Valley)
From left; Alex Herring (Sr., Albuquerque NM,) Mile; Jaide Stepter (So., Canyon del Oro), 300 Hurdles; Riley Crosby (Sr., Centennial), Pole Vault and Shayla Simpson (Sr., Desert Vista) Pole Vault.
Pictured from top left, Alex Bishop (Sr., Brophy); Jasmine Todd (So., Chandler); Alexis Roberts (Fr., Chandler) and Lewis Todd (Sr., Chandler).
Boulder Creek Boys won the Team Title at the Adobe Invitational held last Saturday Oct. 3rd at the Victory Lane Sports Complex.
It was the last big weekend to qualify for state and many athletes were taking a shot at it but the wind was just not cooperating. Some were even competing in two different meets the same weekend. Photo: Davonte Neal (Fr., Cesar Chavez) at the Freshman Showcase
Desert Vista Juniors Shaylah Simpson and Matt Yalung on the podium after winning their events. Simpson place first in the pole vault with a vault of 12-3. Yalung won high jump with a jump of 6-4.