Paul Roberts owns the top two all-time marks on the Polson Ranch course.
Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
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I don't have any results from the meet to share with you, but I do know Center honored the memory of former Antonito coach Tommy Archuleta at Center's home meet on Friday, even renaming the meet in Archuleta's honor.
Kylie Simshauser is establishing a new order of things in southern Colorado girls cross country.
Vista Nation wasted little time securing a strong presence up front at Pat Patten.
Both Dave Sanders and Pat Patten start on a lot of grass, but the Dave Sanders tends to run a little faster overall, thus requiring an adjustment to equalize times.
What do you do when the generator goes out? Well, nobody is going over the timing mat unless you hold the inflatable up.
Meet Chris Tracht, one of the only single leg amputee runners in the country to be running high school cross country.
Ivory Espinoza added to her growing collection of meet titles with a win at the Anna Banana.
Ryan Lehmuth thinks about making a pass on Simon Kelati, but Kelati kept him in the rear-view mirror.
For most of the first mile, the boys race was leadership by committee. The committee would start to dwindle soon thereafter.
David Fine's win at Dave Sanders may prove to be a step along the way to bigger things. File Photo.
Mountain Vista sends the advance guard to the front early in the girls race.
The Arvada West girls took the fight to another meet today. File photo.
Lizzie Harding and company have a very tall task in front of them this weekend, but you can make the case that they've been saving up for this meet.
Adugna Moritz, who dominated last year's middle school state meet, is off to Michigan, but there are plenty of other guys from the top 20 8th graders who are making noise in the high school ranks this year.
Find out here who you'll be racing against this weekend!
Josh Torres wasn't keeping much company by the end of the race.
Taylor James was the top 8th grade finisher at last year's middle school state meet and is already a big contributor for a vastly improved Niwot team this fall.
Brock Dykema logged his first individual title of the season at Tuesday's Denver North Invitational. File photo.
4A Boys suddenly became a lot more interesting with the emergence of Centaurus as a top team this year, so how can you keep track of where the 4A Boys teams stand?
Even when running below full strength, Battle Mountain has shown no weaknesses, and the Huskies retain the 4A Girls #1 ranking.
Caden Foster and Ethan Rouse are two good reasons Mountaini Vista is retaining a narrow lead atop the 5A Boys rankings.
Lyons retains the top position in both 2A polls this time around, but there's a serious threat looming on the horizon. Kylee is the new Udovich making a difference in the Lions' scoring order.
Two very different worlds on either side of the starter.
The Steamboat Springs girls didn't take over first place in the rankings, but they did snare a couple of first-place votes this time around.
Monarch is that pesky team caught in the clutter of the early portion of the 5A season in a way that we don't quite know exactly where they stand with respect to other 5A powers.
It's a young Durango team overall this year, and one that is rapidly getting better. Ruth Holcomb (left) and Anna Smagacz (right) are shown here.
A very good Faith Christian boys team takes on a stiff test at Legacy's new meet on Friday.
Chaparral's advantage wasn't yet apparent at the Fort Morgan Invitational, but it would be soon enough.