Arria Minor is No. 1 in the 100 and the 200.
Scanning over these lists it's the Denver East Show in the sprints.
Led by sprint sensation Arria Minor, Denver East is a dominating force within the sprints. Between the trio of Syanne Algee, Kyairra Reigh, and Minor, they hold three of the Top-10 marks in the 100, three of the top five marks in the 200, and the No. 1 (Reigh) mark in the 400 - an event Minor has not yet run outdoors.
Moving up in distance Madison Mooney has run the fastest 800, and 1,600 times. (Her 4:48 from Arcadia is not on this list, as it was a full mile.)
Brynn Siles holds the No. 2 time in the 3,200, but it should be noted that her 10:55 came here in Colorado, and would be a No. 1 mark otherwise.
After a brief step back, Emily Sloan has returned to the hurdles and holds convincing No. 1 marks in the 100 and 300 hurdles.
Likewise, Gabriella McDonald is on top of the shot and discus, as she is currently the best thrower in the state.
The jumps appear similar, as Sydnee Larkin tops the long jump, and the triple jump, while Kylee Harr is No. 1 in the high jump. In the pole vault Mia Manson stands alone as the only girl who's gone over 13 feet (despite her 12-8 outdoor best so far.)
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