A Look Ahead At San Juan Basin Girls

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Telluride's Soleil Gaylord returns to the track this spring to defend her state title.

Last Year's Results: Telluride was the dominating squad a year ago. Last year they were the 2A state runner-ups. 
Key Athletes Lost to Graduation:
Dolores:
Dove Creek:
Ignacio:
Mancos:
Nucla:
Ouray:
Telluride: Natalia Kelley, Esme Fahnsetock
Key Returning Athletes
Dolores: Jordan Elder
Dove Creek:
Ignacio:
Mancos:
Nucla:
Ouray:
The Outlook:
On paper, and even to the un-trained eye, this is already shaping up to be in the hands of powerhouse Telluride. They've got a loaded distance crew that could sweep the league.
The sprints appear to be in the hands of Telluride's Shannon Wyszynski. As a 2017 state-qualifier in the 100 and the 200, she's a clear favorite this year to take the league. 
The distance events belong to Telluride. They've got the returning 1,600 and 3,200 state champ,
Soleil Gaylord, on the roster, along with Sydney Evans. The duo are likely to sweep the distance events at league, and potentially the state. Absent from the Telluride squad is 1,600 runner-up Maya Ordonez, who's spending the year overseas. 
In the field events, Jordan Elder of Dolores could lay her claim over the area.


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