The Beavers are damming up Sunken Meadows to fend off all torpedo attacks, and it's full speed ahead for a 17th States title.
Wild times are on the way in Class C as a pack of teams scramble to replace a departed champion.
A band of Spartans are again lighting up the trails, and this year they plan to keep the fires burning all the way to Portland.
The Hornets and Hawks are battling at the top again this year, but many other teams are looking to blaze a trail to the front of Class A.
After two straight years of Knight time in the CHSAA, are the Friars ready to seize back the limelight from the X-men?
The Engineers are steaming ahead for a PSAL title, but the Hornets, Wolverines, and Falcons are trying to derail the Brooklyn Tech Express.
New York teams aim to blaze fast trails at Nationals, while a mix of reigning champs and rebel contenders are getting set to shake things up in the state's conference championships.
Trinity goes for a third straight NYSAIS title, but a deep Collegiate squad hopes to return to the top for a 20th win in 22 years.
The Red Dragons are fired up to snare their first States title in six years, but a trio of teams from Section 3 including reigning champ South Lewis stand in the way.
In a scrambled up Class C, two longtime rivals with 18 state championships between them may be squaring off again, but a new band of Warriors hope to capture their first title in 29 years.
After a last race at States in 2017 turned into a B movie horror show out of Night of the Creeps, or Slither, the B runners are back for more fun with a quartet of top contenders who all feel entitled.
The Hornets have flown high to thirteen straight state championships while hoarding away twelve national titles, but this year the hive is under attack.
The Gators are again on the march, but a trio of top rivals are rising fast and hoping to keep the Notre Dame from swallowing up a 5th straight CHSAA title.
Four top teams representing four different boros are set for a showdown this year in the PSAL, and the key word on the championship ticket is something called depth.
The AIS title is up for grabs this year as four top contenders look to dethrone last year's surprise champion.
After a year like no other and championships for NY at the team and individual level at NXN and also an international title for a runner at World Juniors, what's in store for 2018?