Chandler High School Chandler, AZ, USA

Chandler High School

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Q&A Interview: Morgan Foster Irving Garibaldi Apr 24, 2017

Morgan Foster is only a Sophomore and already one of the top middle distance runners in the country with PRs of 2:07 for 800 and 4:55. At Arcadia she anchored Chandler to 9:07.38 and US #1 performance.

Southwest Region in Review: September 1 - 3 Alan Versaw Sep 5, 2016

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.

USATF West Zone Recap Feb 16, 2015

Anna Foreman, Nicki Baker, Hunter Jones, Tre Nealey and more turn in big pre season performances in Flagstaff while facing in state and out of state compeition.

Busting the Rust Feb 9, 2015

Two indoor meets and the USA Cross Country Championships. Read how the local athletes performed.

Ky Westbrook - Back to Defend Brandon Miles Jun 3, 2014

Ky Westbrook, a senior at Chandler High School in Arizona, is back to defend her title in the adidas Dream 100 on June 14th at Icahn Stadium in New York. The IAAF World Youth Champion at 100 meters (11.33 PR) last summer, Chandler was slowed earlier this year by injury, but has been rounding back to her top form in time for the post-season and the adidas Grand Prix. Watch the featured spotlight video below on Westbrook as she attempts to become a two-time champion in the Dream 100 just over a week and half from today. 

Adidas Dream Preview: Girls Kyle Brazeil May 22, 2013

Randall's Island, NY - The date many have been waiting for is finally on the horizon.  Fourteen of the best prep milers, and eight of the best short sprinters have been personally invited to compete in the city that never sleeps.  Both boys and girls have been hailed as some of the fastest in prep history, with numerous candidates holding a national record at one point in their prep prestigious careers.  MileSplit will be on-hand Saturday, May 25th, bringing you all the action live via twitter, and bringing the most comprehensive meet coverage around.  You don't want to miss this one.  And here's why,

Weekend in Review - March 12 Mar 16, 2011

 Several Arizona athletes moved into the US top 10 over the weekend.  From top left, Billy Orman (Tuba CIty), Tommy Williams (Brophy), Jasmine Todd (Chandler), Devon Allen (Brophy, bottom left) and Hannah Carson (Chandler, bottom right).

Coach Todd's 400 Preview Mar 1, 2011

 Alexis Roberts (So., Chandler, pictured above) and Dylan Hambright (Sr. Arcadia) are the top returners in the 400 meter dash.  Photo by Margot Kelly

Coach Todd's 110/110 Hurdle Preview Feb 28, 2011

 Alexis Clay (Sr., Chandler) and Cameron Taylor (Sr., Westwood) are the top returners in the 100/110 meter hurdles.  (Photos by Margot Kelly)

Arizona 2011 College Signees Feb 15, 2011

 Here is a list of Arizona athletes and where they will be in the fall. Please continue to send your information and photos to mkelly@milesplit.us so we can add you the list of incredible Arizona  athletes.  We will be posting all season...........  you can also find a complete list under the news section on the front page navigation bar and the National site navigation bar. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px Verdana}

Bryce Lamb -New Arizona State Record - US#1 May 14, 2009

   It is sometimes difficult to watch everything that happens at a track meet but the roar from the crowd Wednesday evening at the Arizona State Meet made it apparent no one was not missing a thing as Chandlersenior Bryce Lamb approached the triple jump.   (photo: Bryce Lamp in his final jump at the Arizona State Meet Wednesday evening)

The VOICE of Arizona Running! Margot Kelly May 13, 2009

 College football fans listen for Brent Musberger,  Chicago Cub fans loved Harry Caray, and Al Michaels is synonymous with making the Super Bowl really super.  In the sports world, the fans often look for the “Voice”  that will bring their event to life…..providing the commentary, knowledge, and passion that the athletes, coaches, and spectators know makes that game, match or race so much more than ordinary.    In Arizona, we too have the “Voice”.  You know when you approach the stadium and can hear Ron Smith (pictured above at Regionals) on the microphone calling the race, you are in for another insightful and energetic evening of Arizona Track and Field.  The track athletes and fans know that with Ron announcing the meet, the event will now include the season’s latest marks on the competitors, stats and stories from great races of the past, and an enthusiasm that encourages the crowd to stand up and get involved when they are about to witness something special.  He’s never afraid to ad lib or add a little extra.  The “Voice” doesn’t just announce the meet, he makes the meet better.

Weekend Highlights For April 25th Apr 30, 2009

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

Arizona State Meet - Girls Preview Nov 7, 2008

 1A - 2A   Junior Andrea Klimowski from Northland Prep is the clear favorite in the Division 1A-2A State Meet this Saturday.  Some highlights from Klimowski's season include, 2nd at the Blue Ridge-Shane Morris Inviteand 6th at the Four Corners Invitational.  Klimowski also led her team to a 9th place finish at the Mt. Sac Invitational in California two weeks ago.  Klimowski may get some competition from teammate Corrie Bain(So.) who took 5th at the Blue Ridge-Shane Morris Invite.  Other contenders for the title could be FreshmanBrittany Little (Hopi) and Sophomore Caitlyn Mains (Northwest Christian).  Little finished 4th at the Hopi Invite,6th at the Jack Boehle Memorial, 7th at Ojo Rojo and 9th at the Blue Ridge-Shane Morris Invite.  Mains won the Tempe Prep Invitational and finished second at Phoenix Country Day School Invite.

Desert Vista Wins Nike Web Nationals Jul 8, 2008

Once again Desert Vista High School was named the Nike Web National Champions scoring 8430 points, 323 points more than second place Los Gatos High School in California and 113 points more that they scored last year.   Click on header for more information!

The Great Southwest Highlights Jun 9, 2008

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.....

Highlights: Meet of Champions Jun 5, 2008

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.

Xavier Prep Sophomore Jessica Tonn Captures Second Straight 3200 Meter Title May 9, 2008

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.

Girls Arizona State Preview May 8, 2008

With the boys scattered across 7 division in most events the girls are a little different. Three Footlocker Cross Country finalist will be competing in the 5A-I division for the state title in the 1600 and 3200m races. The 1600 is scheduled for Saturday evening and top seeded sophomore Jessica Tonn (Xavier Prep,4:52.44) will be racing Nadya (Mountain Ridge, 5:05.17) and Nastia (Mountain Ridge, 5:06.04) Bishton along with teammate, Sarah Penney (junior, Xavier Prep, 4:54.74). All four runners plus freshman, Kristina Vanderhout, will face each other in the 3200 event tomorrow evening. Lindsay Prescottfrom Sandra Day O'Connor will be hoping to add a few more state titles (4A Division I) to an already impressive resume.

Weekend Highlights - City and District Meets Apr 30, 2008

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.

Freshman Showcase Highlights Apr 24, 2008

Saturday the top Freshmen Track and Field Athletes met at Desert Vista to show what they could accomplish without their older teammates. It was their time to shine and shine they did. The well run meet had a running clock on the football stadium marquee. The clock stopped when the first place runner crossed the finish line and Ron Smith, the announcer, continued to read off the times for every other runner as they finished the race. The clock and the announcer kept the packed stadium involved in the meet as the crowd was asked to cheer on the runners as they tried to break freshman records.    

Two Arizona Records Fall At Arcadia Apr 16, 2008

As the sun went down and the lights came on at the Arcadia Invitational in California, two Arizona runners toed the line for the men's 800 Invitational. Two weeks ago at the Chandler Rotary James Eichberger (Catalina Magnet) and John Kline (Desert Vista) gave the stadium crowd a race to remember.