Check out the end of season New Mexico girls track and field rankings.
Check the end of season New Mexico boys track and field rankings.
Check out who is topping the New Mexico leaderboards of girls' field events as of June 9.
Check out who is topping the New Mexico leaderboards of boys' field events as of June 9.
Things are heating up in girls 5A with the front pack emerging as we check out New Mexico girls' distance rankings as of June 9.
Leaders sit tight in this week's rankings of boys' distance while others may want to pick up the pace with district meets up ahead.
We have plenty of intriguing matchups coming our way with state championships on the horizon, check out leaderboards of girls sprints and hurdles as of June 9.
The speedsters of New Mexico appear to be in hibernation lately but expect that to change soon as we check out boys sprints and hurdles as of June 9.
The throws continue to leapfrog each other for another week in a row and Yvonne Stinson now holds the state lead in the high jump.
James Jenkins was already lighting up the track and then jumped over 6-4 to make him a challenge across numerous events.
Staying among the top 10 for the 800m has proven to be challenging thus far as five new marks this past weekend as sub 2:30 becomes a trend.
Rio Rancho Invite was to a fast finish in the 1600m between Justin Howey and Dawson Gunn while Jerrick Maldonado makes his way up the 3200m rankings.
Leaders remain among girls sprinters and hurdlers as others make their way up the rankings from this past weekends performances.
Pat Henry Relays are responsible for the top 3 100m times so far this season as 200m marks are lowered by James Jenkins and Elijah Figueroa at Rio Rancho Invite and a pair of 110m hurdlers are added to the sub-16-second barrier to join Traise Cain.
Plenty of familiar faces from last week's rankings remain on the top of this list as some state leaders add on to their season's best marks.
Long jump has a new leader in Dylan Lee while Tyler Jenson just keeps on putting distance between that state lead and the rest of the state.
Justin Hickey and Cebastian Marquez lead the charge as the first sub 10:00 3200m runners this season to land the 1-2 spots on top of this weeks rankings.
All of the top runners in their respective events remain unchanged as Tessa Holderman even bests her state-leading time in the 1600m.
Los Alamos' Tia Hartzol is on the cusp of breaking 1:00 in the 400m as she takes over the lead in this weeks ranking.
New leader in the 400m after Luke Wysong's performance at Cleveland Quad this past weekend.
Throwing events see a shift in the top ten while jumps are held by Kiara Cox, Allie Bliss, and Flavia Wilging.
Centennial's Jayden Gunn takes over the Discus in the second week with a throw of 146-5. Jacalvin Newsom jump of 22-8 puts him on top while high jump is in a three-way tie at 6-2.
Ellary Battle snatched the #1 800m time from Leah Futey only two days after her race at APS #1.
Jerrick Maldonado holds the new #1 time in the 800m after a dominant performance at George Love Relays.
State record holder Adriana Tatum's 2021 debut included topping the 100m and 200m in her first races of the season.
James Jenkins of Hope Christian has found his way near the top after his performance at Los Alamos Invitational.
Centennial's Pili Kuupualiliapihamekealoha and Rio Rancho's Sterling Glenn throwing matchup will be intriguing to watch play out over the season as Lovington's Alexa Contreras sets the bar in pole vault.
Tyler Jenson already put quite the distance on himself at the #1 javelin spot in New Mexico while Alex Trammel could be looking for a discus/shot put double.
Vanessa Gallegos sets the mark to beat in girls 800m while Tessa Holderman against Laurynn Sisneros for the 3200m could be in our future later this season.
Academy has a pair of sub 2:00 800m runners while Rendon Kuykendall performance at Nike Chandler Rotary has him at the top of the 1600m and 3200m.