A Look Ahead At Western Slope 4A Girls

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Sequoia Kellogg is No. 3 returner in the state in the 100 hurdles and should be a threat in the 300 hurdles as well. 

League Teams: Battle MountainEagle ValleyGlenwood SpringsPalisadeSummit

Last Year's League Results: Battle Mountain took last years crown in convincing fashion. The Huskies scored 124 points, clear of Eagle Valley and Glenwood, who took second and third with 87 and 85 points. Battle Mountain led the league at state as well, finishing eighth. 

Key Losses by Graduation:

Eagle Valley: Charise Crab 

Palisade: Laura Richardson 

Key Returning Athletes:

Battle Mountain: Sabrina SutterNaomi HardingLizzy HardingElizabeth Constien

Glenwood Springs: Sequoia KelloggSaylor Warren

The Outlook:

The team race is a three-way battle between Battle Mountain, Eagle Valley, and Glenwood Springs. Battle Mountain is the early favorite, as they've got the depth and spread to take the crown again. But Eagle Valley and Glenwood Springs have come weapons of their own that could match up with the Huskies. 

Battle Mountain's Sabrina Sutter is the favorite in the sprints. Last year she was the lone freshman in the 100 final at state. 

Sequoia Kellogg is No. 3 returner in the state in the 100 hurdles and should be a threat in the 300 hurdles as well. 

The distance events look like a good show. Battle Mountain's Elizabeth Constien, Lizzy and Naomi Harding could give the Huskies a 1-2-3 punch in anything from the 800 to the 3,200. Constien was the 2017 cross country state champion, so she's the favorite, but she'll likely have competition from her teammates. Additionally, I wouldn't count out Eagle Valley's Joslin Blair.
In the field look to Eagle Valley's Shelbi Lubbers to highlight the high jump while Saylor Warren is the favorite in the long jump. Meanwhile, Glenwood Springs teammate Kellogg is the No. 3 returner in the state in the triple jump. 
The throws belong to Eagle Valley's Cassie Jaramillo. The senior is the lone competitor who went to state last year in the field events. 
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