If the Snowflake girls are to win a state title, Lydia Szabo figures as a key piece in the puzzle.
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Kaylin Lacher figures as one piece of a very tight battle in the Division 2 800.
Mesa Mountain View's Connor Wilson is one of the principles in the Division 1 pole vault race.
John Ruvo of Notre Dame Prep is one of a trio of Division 3 athletes with legitimate hopes at big prizes next month.
Jaedyn Carpenter was the first Arizona athlete of the season to drop below 48 seconds for the 400.
Salpointe Catholic's Paris Mikinski won the Chandler Rotary high jump and figures to be in the hunt at state as well.
Morenci's Kayla O'Connell holds a narrow lead on the Division 4 1600 field.
J'Neya Hill is part of a tag team of North Canyon sprinters that threatens to stand Division 2 on its ear.
With the 2021 high school outdoor track and field season upon us, here's a look at the top returning girls in Arizona for Division 3.
With the 2021 high school outdoor track and field season upon us, here's a look at the top returning boys in Arizona for Division 3.
North Phoenix Prep junior Sammy Johnston led the way for Division IIII Arizona boys runners who shined during the 2020 high school cross country season.
Prescott senior Aiden McCarter leads the way for Division 3 Arizona boys runners who shined during the 2020 high school cross country season.
Evelynne Carr and Kylie Wild are just a couple of Division 3 Arizona girls runners who shined during the 2020 high school cross country season.
Now that the 2020 cross country season is over, let's look at which sophomore boys will be the ones to watch in 2021 as juniors.
Great and exciting races were witnessed yesterday in Division III. A couple of surprises and some known quantities showed up on top of the podium.
The Division III girls race tomorrow at Crossroads Park should be a good matchup between four teams in the state.
There are four teams who have a legitimate chance at winning the Division III Boys State Championship tomorrow at Crossroads Park in Gilbert, AZ.
Coach Urbanksi gives us his insights into how to get through this difficult time of coronavirus.
These guys are the stuff of legend. Click here to read all about our Final All-Decade Boys Team.
Our photographer John Hays snapped almost 4,000 photos yesterday, and he shared an album with fourteen of them and his thoughts on each.
Have a look at thirteen of John Hays' handpicked photos from the Pioneer Invitational.
Have a look at the John Hays' top photos from Desert Tune-Up.
Have a look at our scouting report of the returning D3 State Runners-Up. Can the Lady Lancers rally a charge to sieze the D3 Girls' State Title?
Have a look at our lists of the top 100 D3 Girls returners in both of the hurdles races.
Check our lists of the Top 100 Returning D3 girl sprinters in each of the sprints.
We continue the All-State countdown with our second-team athletes.
Have a look at John Hays' top 20 hand-picked photos of the 2018 cross-country season.
Bo Martin led Page to their fifth team championship at Cave Creek Golf Course. Have a look at part 3 of our meet recap of the cross-country State Championships.
Check out our division team rankings based on scores as of this past weekend.
We continue our watchlist series with the Division III Girls Teams.
The 2018 cross country season has arrived and to predict the top individuals and teams this season, we’re releasing watchlists for each classification and gender.
For our first Salute To Seniors article, we caught up with Andy Ference of the Salpointe Lancers for a look back at his career highlights before he leaves for the University of Tennessee.
Check out John Hays' hand-picked his favorite action shots from Day 2 of the AIA Track and Field State Championships.
We caught up with Pole Pilots Track Club down in Tucson, Arizona to watch them work and film one of their practices.
Check out the list of the top 10 athletes to watch at the Southern Arizona Championships.
Check out our list of commitments by graduating Track and Field and Cross Country athletes in Arizona.
Check out the preview of the top events set to go down this weekend at Chandler High School.
Check out the full lists of the Top Returning Boys in the Division III Sprinting events.
Here is our perspective on the way things could likely shape up for Division III Girls.
Check out our second team of Arizona MileSplit All-State Girls!
The State Championships on Saturday, were everything we had hoped for and more!
We caught up with the Salpointe Catholic Lancers for some cruise intervals at Rillito Park.
Ana Alvarez Tostado shared a little about her greatest motivations and goals as a student-athlete for the Salpointe Catholic Lancers.
Click here to read Andy Gutierrez's rundown of the Girls Sweepstakes race at Desert Twilight.
Monarch High School out of Colorado used a strong early presence up front to help pick up a big win at Saturday's St. Vrain Invitational.
How will Phoenix schools fare at altitude against Flagstaff and Reservation school several of which already had their season opener last week?
Take a look at the progression of senior girls returnees in Arizona from their freshmen year thru their junior year of cross country.
Salpointe Catholic return Ana Alvarez Tostado & Zoey Delgado as D3's strongest 1-2 punch. MileSplit AZ has the Lady Lancer's Scouting Report.
Check out the top Division 3 performers from day 3 of the state champs!
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!
Broomfield's girls claimed the Colorado 5A title and Colorado power merge. Davis, American Fork, and Desert Vista loom next ahead of the Eagles. Photo by Karen McCoy.
Flagstaff and Desert Vista Teams Capture Girls and Boys State Titles. Sandra Day O’Connor’s Jesselyn Bries wins first state individual title. Allie Schadler breaks her own course record.
Great weather conditions at the Cave Creek Golf Course can bring fast times tomorrow for the AIA Girls Cross Country State Meet.
While we've been waiting to see the real Mountain Vista team, Monarch gave some proof they will be heard from this season. Here, Charlie Perry forms the middle of a 2-3-4 finish for Monarch at Centaurus on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
PHOENIX — Carlos Villarreal proved to be one of the state’s premier cross- country runners all season long and Saturday’s results only affirmed that. (via Arizona Daily Star)
Sometimes preseason rankings help fans figure out which teams will win come November,
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.
Leading division 2 is Nathan Thomas (Sr., Salpointe Catholic)
Carlos Villarreal (Sr., Rio Rico) and Bridgette Doucet (Sr., Canyon del Oro) crossing the finish line at the Vallerie McGregor Rattler Invitational
Dani Jones from Desert Vista ran a 16:16 for 3 miles at the Woodbridge Invitational
Salpointe Catholic lead the girls (77) and boys (127) rankings for 5k.
The top 5 senior boys in the 5K are also the top 5 in the state whereas the top 8 senior boys in the 3 mile are at the top overall.
With a team average of 17:01.45 Greenway High School is less than 5 seconds per runner ahead of Prescott High School.
Campo Verde senior Lucky Schreiner is the clear favorite heading into the 2014 cross country season.
Senior Nathan Thomas from Salpointe Catholic is our next Watch List athlete.
The Arcadia experience started with the multi events
Keep checking back to see who makes the Arizona Milesplit 'Watch List" in Track and Field.
"The original plan was to try to take it out easier but my 4:46 1st mile was not part of the plan," said Harvey Nelson (Sr., Catalina Foothills).
One of the best races to date this season happened yesterday at the Doug Conley Invitational at the Rolling Hills Golf Course.
Alexis Roberts (So., Chandler, pictured above) and Dylan Hambright (Sr. Arcadia) are the top returners in the 400 meter dash. Photo by Margot Kelly
Former Salpointe Catholic High School runner Bryce Livingston talks about running and life as a Cadet at West Point.
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
Cody Rosengarten (1A/2A) from Tombstone and Andrea Klimowski from Northland Prep (1A/2A) at the Arizona State Cross Country Championship Meet
The count-down is complete with the state top runners Jessica Tonn and Brian Shrader! Congratulations to the top 17 and good luck to all as the season begins this week! Click on header to see more!
Hannah Carson (left) from Dobson Photo by Alan Versaw (Colorado Milesplit) Athletes from all over the West headed to the University of New Mexico over the weekend to compete in The Great Southwest Invitational. The elevation was over 5,000 feet and the winds were swirling around making it difficult to post some great times. Four Arizona athletes hit gold as they ran......jumped........and threw! Click here for complete article.... More articles.... Photo Gallery.....
5A-1 Finals Three Footlocker finalists toed the line Thursday evening at the 5A-I State Championships. US#9 Nadya (pictured middle) and US#15 Nastia Bishton (pictured far left), seniors at Mountain Ridge and US#10Jessica Tonn (pictured right) a sophomore from Xavier Prep pushed the pace right from the start.....they were there to race. By the time the three of them crossed the 200 mark they had already separated themselves from the rest of the field crossing the half way mark in 5:09. With one lap to go an offcial held up the 2 lap sign by mistake causing a few moments of confussion and the crowd to jump to their feet. Tonn won the race with a time of 10:30.55 breaking the sophomore state record of 10:33.11 set by Sarah Gordon in 1998 and winning her second 3200 state championship. Nadya Bishton finished second in 10:31.97 while Nastia finished in 10:35.42. A late surge by junior and Xavier teammate Sarah Penney put her in fourth place.