Championship Meet - 17 Teams
Championship Meet - 17 Teams Team Scores
|1||Gunnison High School||48||3||6||7||15||17||-||-|
|2||Sargent High School||64||1||9||11||13||30||-||-|
|3||Alamosa High School||69||2||10||12||16||29||-||-|
|4||Pagosa Springs High School||87||8||14||20||21||24||-||-|
|5||Centauri High School||134||5||22||31||37||39||-||-|
|6||Salida High School||137||18||19||26||34||40||-||-|
|7||Dolores High School||198||4||23||54||58||59||-||-|
|8||Rye High School||205||25||41||44||46||49||-||-|
|9||Antonito High School||242||43||47||48||51||53||-||-|
|--||Lake City Community School||NTS|
|--||Custer County High School||NTS|
|--||Centennial High School||NTS|
|--||Moffat High School||NTS|
|--||Del Norte High School||NTS|
|--||Center High School||NTS|
Note that I left Richard Sais of Alamosa in the virtual meet. He is listed among the entries and missed last week's meet at Doherty, so it makes sense to include him here.
Still, the top two teams come out as Gunnison and Sargent. With Gunnison's legacy of building times on slower courses this season, they should figure as a heavy favorite on the boys side, even if the virtual meet does put them within range of both Sargent and Alamosa.
In fact, both Sargent and Alamosa may be vulnerable to Pagosa Springs from the backside.
It's tempting to say the individual crown comes down between Ethan Reschke and Richard Sais, but take a close look at who's listed at #3. As much as both Sais and Reschke would love to pick up their first high school cross country win here, Colton Stice is going to be a tough nut to crack on that score. I'm projecting Stice as the winner.
But, so that you can do some checking on your own and come to your own conclusions, I've primed the pump on the Compare Athletes tool with a side-by-side on Colton Stice and Richard Sais. You can change names as you wish and do as much comparing down the line as you like.
Colton Stice vs. Richard Sais