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Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
Summit Ridge has a lot of podium finishes in middle school cross country, but this year was the school's first title.
Soleil Gaylord has spent a lot of time running by herself this fall. Can she continue that into State?
There are plenty of ways to obsess over the state meet before the runners actually toe the line!
Andrew King beats Levi Chambers and Christian Fagerlin to the finish line in 3A Region 4.
Erik Le Roux wasted no time surging to the front of the boys championship race. After that, the battle was for second place.
Samantha Blair's late charge at the end put her in #10 position on the all-time list among girls at the Colorado middle school state meet.
Erik LeRoux's wind-blasted 11:06 was the fasted time ever posted at a Colorado middle school state championship race.
Colton Stice left nothing to be decided late in the 3A Region 1 Boys race.
We haven't seen much of this trio in state this year, but they still know how to put a race away.
Yonas Mogos is one of the unusual individuals who qualified for State as an individual by winning his regional race.
Harrison Scudamore sets out to building a lead he would never relinquish.
When Rachel Ingram made her break, she made it once for all and never looked back.
Silver Creek, led by Brock Dykema and Logan Simington, fired a message heard around the 4A state.
Once again, you can expect massive fields at the middle school state meet and meet officials running for their lives.
Here's who has been registered for this week's regional meets!
The Moffat County boys enjoy favorite status in 3A Region 1 Boys.
David Fine takes favorite status into Friday's 3A Region 5 meet, and his team will be trying to make it a party of seven at State.
Two meets shaped the news in Southwest region cross country this past week.
Max Bonenberger is on the bubble for a state-qualifying position as an individual, but he gets to make the attempt on the Summit home course.
The Unified/Paralympic race has become an annual tradition at Colorado State Cross Country. Now there are two races to select from.
Check up on how Colorado's high school graduates are doing in the college ranks!
Lyons and Nederland have seen plenty of each other this season. They get to see a little more on Thursday.
Ashley Hinojos headlines Brush's hopes to return to making state meet team trips a standing tradition in Brush.
The trophies are just starting to come into view...
If you haven't thought of Julia Schlepp as a possible winner of the regional girls crown, you aren't yet done thinking about that race.
Niwot and Centaurus had a bit of a misfire of a match-up at the Northern League meet. They get another chance on Thursday.
David Bolt and Elizabeth White won the CSML JV races and now we have at least partial results of those races to share with you!
There will be lots of harriers romping through the open field behind Lyons High School on Thursday.
Regionals should be a whole lot of deja vu for about about half of the guys in this photo.