Pairing nicely with Jason Lewis's early 300 hurdles effort was Delaney Smith's 45.35 on the girls side--way ahead of anyone else.
Arria Minor won the 100 and 200 with ease, and times suggest she may have been leaving a little in reserve for later in the season. Freshman teammate Jordan Williams slipped in close behind for a second in the 100 and a fourth in the 200.
Regis Jesuit freshman Isalina Colsman dared anyone to go with her on a hot day in the 3200. Nobody took the bait and Colsman won by a prohibitive margin at 11:29.
Freshman Riley Masten of Rock Canyon took high jump honors at 5-4. But, if you're Valor-watching, Isabel Bowen's 5-2 for second in the high jump is worth making a mental note of for 4A Girls. That's one piece of the puzzle that at least I had not previously accounted for.
Broomfield's Alison White continues to reach higher in the pole vault. She's now up to 11-2.
Madison Mooney's 5:08.93 in the 1600 was probably a bit impacted by the heat, but her margin of victory wasn't. TR freshman Shae Henley seems to have the wheels back on her Ferrari and finished second in 5:17.
Broomfield's Katelyn Mitchem may not have been expecting the serious sort of challenge she got from Megan Koch in the 800, but she survived the upset bid even so, clocking of winning time of 2:16 and change.