One team reigns supreme in class AA. Check out the returning teams for the 2018 outdoor season based on 2017 best marks.
The outdoor season is here! Who are the top class A teams when we factor in returning athletes only?
Senior Jasmine Varner from Bowling Green will defend her top 300 hurdles mark in 2018.
The Titan senior returns with the top mark but not by much....0.01 seconds.
Henry Clay's Winn and Graves County freshman Galloway top the list of returning triple jumpers.
Two seniors from rival schools come in 1-2 in the returning triple jumpers for 2018.
Alderton, Lacy, and Spaienza-Wright lead the pack in the returning 160m runners. Check out the entire list and class breakdown.
Class AAA is well represented in the returning 1600m runners for 2018.
The class AAA runner up is top of the girl's returning shot put athletes.
To absolutely no ones surprise, Bryan Hudson leads the returning boys in the shot put.
Zinaija Reed was the class AA state champion last spring and looks to repeat this May.
Six of the top eight are seniors for the returning boys in the 110m hurdles.
The returning class AAA state champion had a banner year. 2018 will provide some stiff competition across the board for the 400m in all classes.
The Henry Clay senior has gotten off to a great indoor season start and looks to defend his class AAA state title.
Two of the top 3 belong to the Jaguars including a defending state champion.
Aaron Johnson of Mercer County looks to defend his state title in class AA. Who else is in the mix?
The 2017 Gatorade Kentucky Cross Country Athlete of the Year comes in with the top returning time in the 3200 meter run.
The top 8 returning athletes in the 3200 belong to class AAA with one very notable exception.
McDonald, Lawson, and Watson highlight the list of returning girls in the 200 meter dash.
JP Vaught is the top returner, but he is not alone in his speed. Check out who is returning in the 200 meter dash.
The sophomore is already a two time state champion and is not showing any signs of letting up. Who else is in the conversation to pop off a big throw?
The junior was undefeated in his sophomore outdoor season and his indoor season showed that he is not likely to slow down.
The top three are freshman or sophomores as we embark on the 2018 outdoor season.
Mercer County has back to back to back team state championships and they look to have a solid group this year too. It help having two of the top 5 returning long jumpers regardless of class.
The usual names top this list, including the current US #9 indoor from Rockcastle County.
Six of the top ten are seniors with juniors making up the remaining spots. Who will be the king of the 800 in 2018?
The Henderson County senior is back for her curtain call to further extend her illustrious career. Who else is in the conversation?
The boys pole vault is going to be an interesting set of rankings to watch this year! Keep an eye out for the Boyle's.
Junior Kaleb McDonald comes back for another banner season. The state runner up in class AAA, looks to take the top spot in 2018!