We’re just over 48 hours away from the end of the 2014 track season. While the vast majority of our area athletes have finished their seasons, and many have finished high school, seven individuals and two relays will compete tomorrow in the California State Championships in Fresno. This is the toughest high school meet in . . . → Read More: California State Meet – SGV Preview
This is the Ninth Annual edition of this regional championship, contested by the schools of the (broadly defined) San Gabriel Valley. We are bounded by the Mountains on the north, the County Line on the East, the 5 Freeway on the South, and the LA City boundary on the West. Thirty-nine schools will compete this . . . → Read More: 2014 SGV Champs Preview
Forty-five schools will compete in this year’s SGV Champs, with athletes from some of the strongest programs in the state along with athletes from very small schools, all competing together in the same events to see who is the boss of the SGV.
Arcadia is the defending boys team champion while the Claremont girls came . . . → Read More: Preview: 2012 SGV T&F Championships
Some of the SGV’s big guns roll into action, as seven ranked teams will compete in four league meets. Arcadia will try to hold the top spot in the Pacific League at their home Arcadia Park, while the Bonita girls will try to continue their rule of the Hacienda League, competing at Mt.SAC – the . . . → Read More: Preview: Thursday’s League Finals
In Wednesday’s League Championship Finals, two ranked teams will go to the line – Flintridge Sacred Heart (Div. IV #10) in the tough Mission League, the Rosemead (SGV #10) girls, who will look to close out the Mission Valley League. Today also features competition in the dynamic Montview League and the finals for two small . . . → Read More: Preview: Wednesday’s League Finals
Here we go. As you can see from the coverage below, eight SGV teams and one individual have already advanced to the November 11 CIF Prelims at Mt.SAC and the rest get going on Tuesday with two on the Mt.SAC course itself. The Glendora girls will be looking to win their first league title ever . . . → Read More: Preview: Tuesday’s League Finals
This weekend was supposed to be a quiet one, lying between the week’s cluster meets and next weekend’s huge Mt.SAC Invitational, at which almost the entire SGV will take part.
However, rain during the previous week moved last weekend’s SGV 1 on 1 Challenge back to this Saturday. This meet, which despite the name is . . . → Read More: Week Six Preview: First Crack at Mt.SAC
Del Rio Boys
A very big, very busy week is ahead as almost every team in the SGV will have its second cluster meet.
The second meet is often the most fun, and the most competitive, with teams looking to extend their dominance or to avenge an earlier loss. The athletes are several more . . . → Read More: Preview: Second Round of Cluster Meets for All!
Every ambitious XC team has plans to travel to Fresno on Thanksgiving weekend for the California State Meet. Many of those teams like to get in a practice race on the same course by running in this weekend’s Clovis Invitational, run over the same rolling, 5000 meter course at Woodward Park.
Only three four of . . . → Read More: Week 5 Preview – Clovis! (SGV 1 on 1 Postponed)
Many teams take a break in this fourth weekend of the season. It comes just after the first wave of clusters meets and just before the second wave as well as next weekend’s big Clovis Invitational and the local SGV Challenge at Mt.SAC. And many of the teams that are racing will be holding out . . . → Read More: Week 4 Preview – Laying Low