Early in the season, some teams have made big strides and others are waiting to make an appearance.
CT runners are hitting the trails again, so what can we expect for the battles in each Class?
The Bears and Wolves are on the hunt for the title in Class D.
The C has never been so Stormily competitive as Bulldogs battle Bulldogs and Blue Devils duel with Red Devils.
The Spartans' march to a sixth straight States title may be unstoppable.
Corning goes for a repeat and Fayetteville-Manlius aims to keep its Nationals visitation streak alive.
The Friars go for their first title in seven years and the Knights hope to turn back the clocks to 2019.
The Engineers try to design a repeat, but the Jaguars and Hawks have other ideas.
Collegiate, Trinity, and Hackley look to fill out their lines for the battle on Marathon Sunday.
Hawks, Friars, and Spartans vie to remain on top of their action as a rebuilding year looms in NY.
South Lewis goes for its third Class D title in five years and Voorheesville is seeking its first States win.
It looks like 2014 all over again as the Blue Devils descend to Class C for a showdown with the reigning champ Bronco squad.
The Green Dragons have flown down to Class B while the Blue Devils have gone down below to Class C. Changes are afoot.
Saratoga is the national leader, but the Blue Streaks still need to fight through some tough challenges on the NY home front.
The Friars hope to keep things rolling for a threepeat, but a few upstarts are looking to challenge the champs.
The PSAL should be fully back in business this year, and the Engineers are looking for three straight.
The animal mascots are running wild in the NYSAIS in what is shaping up to be a very competitive race.
It's been a long road back, but New York's XC in 2022 is aiming for a return to full glory times.
From the beginning of the Gatorade awards in 1986, the athletes selected for CT track and field achievements have been an elite group.
The youngest ever contestant in the American Ninja Warrior senior series, Jordan Carr is also going to big heights in the pole vault world.
Two days of action at the Flying Circus Summer Festival pulled in everyone from first timers to national champs.
Despite losing some seasons to the pandemic, the senior class for 2022 was a record shattering group in a league of their own.
The junior class has themselves set up to be the kings and queens of CT track and field next year.
Some sophomores made big strides near the top of the CT rankings this season, and they still have a lot of time left to up their PRs.
Two national champions and a slew of great results including another state record just capped off a special season for CT track and field.
They have three more years in CT track and field ahead of them, and already some are winning championships and going to infinity and beyond.
CT athletes and relay teams captured 20 of the 36 events at the New England Championships at Willow Brook Park.
No meet records were set at the 2022 Open, but photo finish endings abounded.
Some seemingly stranger things happened at the 2022 CIAC Open, though they can all be explained. We also delve back into history.
36 champions will be crowned at the Open. Some may be state record holders, and others will be new faces who emerged during a wildly successful CT season.