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.
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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.
Grandview's Kaitlyn Mercer had a very nice second-place finish in the Girls Varsity Gold A race at 17:02.3, giving her the fifth-best Colorado time on the day.
Isabella Bowland and Claudia Burgess left the rest of the field behind early.
With 100 meters to go, there were still five viable contenders for the girls crown.
Isabella Bowland and Claudia Burgess kept the lead between themselves until Bowland broke away later in the race.
Brynn Siles put yet another dominating victory in the bank at last night's Arvada West Invitational.
Isaiah Bowsher and his Heritage Christian Academy teammates lead the 2A Boys virtual meet standings at the moment, but you may want to read on for some perspective on that.
Thomas Chaston and Walker Rudolph found themselves at the front of another race today, but this time with less company. File photo.
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The Palmer Ridge boys are one of several teams with a lot on the line this weekend.
For the moment, Stephanie Carrasco leads all Colorado senior girls with an 18:10 time from Liberty Bell. Colorado Track XC File Photo.
Chris Theodore and Mason Brown currently own the top two times (senior or otherwise) in the state.
The football field is about the last level thing the contestants see at the Elizabeth Cross Country Invitational.
Mountain Vista's girls went hunting big game this past weekend, and came back with what they went for.
Check here to see how Colorado's high school graduates performed last week in college action.
Monarch High School out of Colorado used a strong early presence up front to help pick up a big win at Saturday's St. Vrain Invitational.
Quinn McConnell takes a narrow win over Brynn Siles in a merged Liberty Bell - St. Vrain meet, with time adjustments.
The Eagle Valley Invitational figures to be action-packed right from the start once again this year.
Brynn Siles took her third profoundly convincing meet title in as many weekends at Liberty Bell on Friday.