The Foothill League track and field finals delivered the tight competition everyone expected - and at least one dominant victory that few expected.
Two undefeated Foothill League track and field teams. One winner-take-all meet.
Canyon vs. Saugus was the first meeting of Foothill League contenders this season. As it turns out, the girls meet isn't done being contended quite yet.
Canyon, Golden Valley and Saugus have established themselves as the top tier of the 2013 Foothill League team track and field season.
The Foothill League title race is like any other on the track, really. A good start doesn't guarantee a win, but it certainly helps.
There were several instances in the first half when Golden Valley had Hart pushed into a corner.
The offense looked like the 2010 season. The defense looked like last season.
In all honesty, you could make the argument that Rob and Chris Evans have deserved The Signal's Coach of the Year award in each of the past three years.
Entering the season, everyone knew Tim White could jump.
Unfortunately, Tiffini Stone knew what it was like to finish as runner-up at the CIF-Southern Section Division II finals. She'd been doing it for four years.
Already in her life, Golden Valley senior Courtney Maduike has been to England, Ireland and Nigeria, where her family is originally from.
Canyon High graduate Janice Walker has so many positive things going on in her life that it's hard to find a drawback.
It's become almost routine, categorizing the latest Saugus senior who's completed her time in the cross country and distance-running programs.
CLOVIS - By the time you reach the CIF State Track and Field Championships, success is very relative.
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