The 2022 spring track and field season in California has been fantastic. Several of the nation's best runners, throwers and jumpers compete in the Golden State. Following the release of our "Top 2022 marks in California high school boys and girls track and field" list, we're asking California high school boys track and field fans the following question: who's had the most impressive season so far this spring?
From Stockton St. Mary's sprinter Jadyn Marshall to Newbury Park distance runner Colin Sahlman, the list of boys candidates are posted below. Voting ends on Sunday, May 15 at midnight.
Having trouble deciding? Descriptions of every athlete are below the poll.
Rayshon Luke, St. John Bosco, sr.
Luke leads the state in the 100 meter sprint with a time of 10.32 seconds. He also runs on St. John Bosco's 4x200 meter relay team. The Braves team has run the event in 1:24.15, which is good for second in the nation.
Jadyn Marshall, St. Mary's, sr.
Marshall leads the nation in the 110 meter hurdle race with a time of 13.35 seconds.
Cade Moran, Murrieta Mesa. sr.
Moran's best shot put toss of 2022 (66-10) ranks second in the country. His top discuss throw (201-6) ranks third in the country.
Hunter O'Brien, Eastvale Roosevelt, sr.
O'Brien's top pole vault mark (16-9) is tied for the seventh best mark in the country.
Colin Sahlman, Newbury Park, sr.
Sahlman is an exceptional distance runner. His 8:33.32 3,200 meter time ranks first in the nation and his 1:48.84 800 meter time ranks third in the nation.
JC Stevenson, Great Oak, sr.
Stevenson's 24-9.5 long jump mark ranks sixth in the country.
Max Thomas, Servite, sr.
Thomas' 20.78 time in the 200 meter race ranks sixth in the nation.
Leo Young, Newbury Park, jr.
Young leads the nation in the 1600 meter race with a time of 3:59.32.
Lex Young, Newbury Park, jr.
Young has top five national times in the 1,600 meter and 3,200 meter races.