For Valley Christian and Logan Kelley, winning begins at the pole vault.
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Valley Christian's Jose Garcia figures in both the 400 and 800 as a key to the outcome of the state meet.
Mesa Mountain View's Connor Wilson is one of the principles in the Division 1 pole vault race.
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.
J'Neya Hill is part of a tag team of North Canyon sprinters that threatens to stand Division 2 on its ear.
Desert Vista's Hayden Gorovitz, a freshman, added a little interest to the Division 1 javelin this past week.
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 4.
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.
Who doesn't love the 4x400?! Watch last year's 4x400 finals for all divisions.
A video interview with the North Canyon Girls (Jaydn Mays, Dominique Mustin, and Jayde Charlton), who are some of the big reasons why the North Canyon girls team had a great chance to attain their 4th straight Division 2 Girls Outdoor track & field state title this year.
With the first few meets around the corner, we’ll be publishing the individual previews before September 6th when the first meet of the season rolls around.
We recently caught up with Chloe Fraley of the Valley Christian Trojans, for a brief conversation on her track and field career and her commitment to Grand Canyon University.
Have a look at our lists of the top returning D4 boy and girl pole vaulters.
Check out our full lists of the Top Returning D4 Girl Throwers per event.
Check out our full lists of the top returning D4 Boy Throwers.
We continue to release our preview lists of the upcoming outdoor track and field season and today we’re talking about the top returning distance runners among Division 4 boys.
We continue to release our preview lists of the upcoming outdoor track and field season and today we're talking about the top returning hurdlers among Division 4 girls.
Here’s our subjective list of Division IV Girls to watch over the 2018 cross-country season beginning with a few honorable mentions.
Here’s our subjective list of Division IV Boys to watch over the 2018 cross-country season beginning with a few honorable mentions.
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.
Check out John Hays' hand-picked his favorite action shots from Day 2 of the AIA Track and Field State Championships.
The 4th Annual Titan Invitational was held this past Friday at Crossroads Park, assembling 61 teams as the third largest meet in Arizona.
Here is part 1 of our overall meet recap of the Desert Twilight XC Festival.
A quick rundown of our meet recap of the Saturday's Division 4 State Championship highlight performances at Mesa Community College.
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One would think just surviving life would be difficult enough when one is blind. It is, yet that hasn’t stopped Arizona teen Aria Ottmueller from challenging herself to do things that most fully-sighted human beings would find remarkably difficult on their own; Ottmueller qualified for the Arizona track and field state championships in the pole vault. Continue reading → (via Yahoo! Sports)
Alexis Clay (Sr., Chandler) and Cameron Taylor (Sr., Westwood) are the top returners in the 100/110 meter hurdles. (Photos by Margot Kelly)
Saturday at the 2A Arizona State Championships Valley Christian High School girls track and field team became the first team in the country to win the most consecutive State Championships.
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.
Cody Rosengarten (1A/2A) from Tombstone and Andrea Klimowski from Northland Prep (1A/2A) at the Arizona State Cross Country Championship Meet
1A - 2A Junior Ronald Laban from Hopi is the clear favorite for the 1A - 2A State Meet. Some of his season highlights include a 1st place finish at Ojo Rojo, a 4th place at Jack Boehle and a 4th place in the Division 5 Boys Sweepstakes Race at the Mt. Sac Invitational in California. Laban may have competition from his own teammates, Kevin Tsinniginnie (Jr) and Brennon Sidney (Jr) and from Cody Rosengarten (Jr, Tombstone) and Sean Newport (Sr, Valley Christian). Sidney and Tsinniginnie placed 9th and 11th at Mt. Sac helping the Hopi team to a 2nd place finish; Newport won the 1A-2A Metro West Regional Meet and Rosengarten won the Benson Invitational and placed 3rd in both the Los Mesquites Invite and the Ojo Rojo Invitational.
It was blistering hot at the May 24th Meet of Champions......no wait.....it was in the 70's and the weather was perfect. It's hard to believe it was May in Arizona and hot chocolate was selling faster than ice cream. Spectators were wearing jackets or wrapped in blankets and the runners were enjoying another unusually cool day at the track. The Meet of Champions is a race where the State Champions and top runners from each division come together and race for one title. Some State Champions finish their season at the State Meet but others come to compete. To see videos of the Meet of Champions (click here) To see the complete article click on the title.
Weekend Highlights Chandler City Meet Last week was the week of City and District meets though out the state and even though the top athletes were separated by districts there were still some very impressive times and great head to head match-ups. In the Chandler district meet Quiana Jackson (Chandler) won the 400m race in a blistering time of 56.53 which moved her into the number one spot in Arizona. Her teammate Larissa Matthews won the 100 hurdles in 14.20 and the 300 hurdles in 46.52.