It's dangerous to draw too many conclusions from a camp race, but you can tell who looks good for this time of year - like Alex Cornwell of Hickory Ridge.
The Panthers are the highest-ranked pack-running team in the Countdown, but will their depth be enough to make it into the top 5 in 4A?
This year's opportunity has been 2 years in the making for the Mavericks, and if they stay healthy it could be a banner season for them.
Do we have a new 400 star in the state, or is Wilma Burton just passing through for summer track?
Vote for the best moments from the South region in the first ever #TrackMadness bracket. There are four matchups in this article, so make sure to vote for the best moment in each matchup
Vote for the best moments from the East region in the first ever #TrackMadness bracket. There are four matchups in this article, so make sure to vote for the best moment in each matchup
Mount Tabor's Kenny Kneisel is the top returner in the state in the 1600 and 3200, plus the 3000 for good measure.
Check out the action from all 3 days of the meet, which features young talent from around the region!
Vote for the best moments from the West region in the first ever #TrackMadness bracket. There are four matchups in this article, so make sure to vote for the best moment in each matchup
Forget cross country - G'Jasmyne Butler's improvement has the NC track community all fired up for the 2016 track season!
Ryen Frazier offers some straight forward tips for athletes of all ages looking to run at the next level.
Vote for the best moments from the North region in the first ever #TrackMadness bracket. There are four matchups in this article, so make sure to vote for the best moment in each matchup
Keon Howe has graduated, but Mallard Creek still has the best returning high jumper in the state in Steve Fossi-Noue.
The MileSplit team has selected 32 of the best moments from the 2014-2015 school year to battle it out in a "best moment of the year" Track Madness bracket. See the first round matchups and get ready to vote Monday!
The battle for throwing supremacy between Alycia Springs and Khayla Dawson will continue for another year.
With no single dominant sprinter in the state, athletes like Dylan Peebles have the chance to stake their claim to one or more events next year.
As the Pan American Junior Championships approach next week, these rankings remind us of just how dominant Anna Cockrell has been this year.
It's your turn to vote for the best moment of the 2014-2015 season
Could Christian Pigues become one of the top milers in the state, as well as leading the 800? His 1500 times this summer say it's possible.
It's always good to see a runner return successfully from injury, and we wish Sara Platek the best of health going forward (partly because we want to see how fast she can run)!
With all that he has already accomplished (including a state meet MVP), it's a little hard to believe Jayhlen Washington is just going to be a junior.
Elyse King (TC Roberson) leads both horizontal jumps, but she is particularly dominant in the triple - and she is arguably the state's best candidate to break 40 feet over the next 2 years.
Candace Hill becomes the second girl in history to sweep 100m/200m at IAAF World Youth Championships. She sets World Youth Record of 22.43 to lead Team USA sweep as Lauren Rain Williams places second in 22.9
Live updates and race results from Day 5 of the IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia