Lilly Lavier moves up to the role of seasoned veteran this fall for Alamosa cross country.
Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
Teslin Stechler is one of the returning Mancos runners who make the Blue Jays a favorite in what's shaping up to be a highly competitive 2A Region 4 Boys race.
Tomah Whitney brings back proven leadership on the course for Evergreen this fall.
Josephine Natrasevschi is one of several Colorado high school throwers in the last 10 years who have made a significant mark on the national-level scene. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
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Few people do more with their first two years of high school than Austin Vancil has. We now get to find out what happens with his last two.
Caleb Ojennes pulled off a major feat, claiming three consecutive years of sub-48 times in the 400.
Gavin Harden is one of the guys Glenwood will be relying on heavily this fall.
The next stop in Arria Minor's track and field career is Trujillo, Peru.
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Hailey Leader will be looked to for experience and senior leadership on this year's Monarch roster.
Mia Manson achieved a little pole vault notoriety today. File Photo.
Tatum Miller takes her turn at leading the Kadet parade this fall.
Bean Minor's apprenticeship is done. He will be counted on to lead this fall.
High schoolers don't get many chances to throw the hammer here in Colorado, but this one opportunity to both learn and throw it.
Helen Cross had an outstanding freshman year for Nederland. She now becomes one of the seasoned veterans.
Valarie Allman is one of six athletes with deep Colorado ties who will be competing at the World Track and Field Championships.
John Houdeshell showed well as a freshman last fall. He figures as potentially one of the top sophomore talents in the state this fall.
Tanner Norman's 1600 and 3200 marks this spring not only took down a long-standing state record, but also helped make this a solid year for elite boys distance marks.
Winter Boese's 7th-place finish in the State 1600 this spring gave Steamboat two medalists in the event.
Here in Colorado, girls like Brie Oakley are separating from the field. And not just because the Brie Oakleys are getting faster. Read on. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Cruz Culpepper has some lost time to make up for in cross country this fall.
It's coming... later this month.
Nate MacDonald was D'Evelyn's top finisher at State last fall and one of a lengthy list of reasons D'Evelyn is a good team to have an eye on this fall.
Civianna Gallegos is a leading member of a senior class for Arvada West that has a real chance to write some program history this fall.
Sydney Petersen is half of a powerful duo at Crested Butte. If the Titans can find or develop a third, there could be trouble brewing within the 2A ranks.
As best as we can tell, Josh Torres posted the fastest high school time of the 4th of July holiday with a 15:56 for 5K in Greeley. File photo by Alan Versaw.
Sarah O'Sullivan, Caroline Eck, and Jenna Fitzsimmons are three good reasons to keep Mountain Vista in mind as you project a 5A Girls team favorite for the fall season.
Cooper Rondinelli got better all last year and ran his PR 3200 at The Pueblo Twilight in May.
Ryan Matson figures to inherit the role of leader of the pack for the Bears, but can Palmer Ridge extend magic to another year?