Who will step out to the front in 2A this fall? Here's what the coaches think...
Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
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The all-time national high school leader in the 800m writes a letter to his younger self
Sarah O'Sullivan and Caroline Eck helped lead Mountain Vista to last year's Southwest regional title. There are not a few regional coaches who believe they can do it again.
Tony Ortiz and Spencer Robinson are two of a deep group of seniors leading Timpanogos this fall.
Not surpisingly, Brie Oakley owns the top time on the current configuration of the Norris Penrose/Bear Creek course.
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Chris Theodore checks around to make sure his lead is for real at the finish of last year's Vista Nation 2-Mile. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Edith Brannigan, the mother of world-class runner Mikey Brannigan, writes about raising him
Paul Roberts owns the top time, so far, on the new configuration of the Norris Penrose/Bear Creek course. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cole Beasley is one of the guys who figure to make this year's Peak to Peak team a lot more dangerous than last year's.
Among those contending for the 5A Girls individual title on Friday figure to be Lina Corrales, Brynn Siles, and Luna Slater.
Mason Brown seems to be fully back on track now and should be the boys individual favorite as last year's top returning finisher.
Luke Thurman just might be the Kadet we're fixing to learn the most about this fall.
The pitter-patter of feet around the course has begun for a new season!
Broomfield can beat you by packing it up or stringing it out. They're not especially particular that way.
Elliot Cassidy figures to be part of a loaded Silver Creek roster for this fall.
Ivy Gonzales moves briskly to the finish line as Broomfield's top finisher at State last fall.
When the gun goes off and the race begins, do you understand all that's taking place?
Colton Stice is a name you're going to become familiar with this fall.
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Easton Allred's 9:45 at in the 5A Boys 3200 placed him 12th, as a freshman.
Maya Ordonez is two-for-two in cross country team titles in her high school career. Will this year make it three-for-three?
Tiana Bradfield doesn't get most of the ink at Peak to Peak, but she gets things done nevertheless.
It almost, but not quite, feels like the start of the season when the gun goes off for the start of a scrimmage race. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Lizzy Harding is part of a long line of Battle Mountain Huskies who can put a race out of reach in a hurry.
Charlie Perry steps into a new role as team leader at Monarch, but it's a role he's well-groomed for.
Polson Ranch is hosting again this year, which probably means Jonathan Dalby has already staked out his spot near the finish line.
Naomi Harding is just one of the things you worry about when you go up against Battle Mountain.
Katie Hooten moved up smartly in the Centaurus distance rankings through the course of last school year.