What have our recent Colorado high school graduates been up to in the college ranks?
Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
Gya'ni Sami was easily the top discus thrower of the day.
Noah Torres figures as the small-school 400 favorite at Fountain-Fort Carson this weekend.
Teams are no longer limited to one meet on week 12.
Weather events are becoming part of track and field news again...
Among the many very solid jumpers and vaulters of the Class of 2017, Kylie Chavez has been both among the best and among the most consistent.
Meeker's Megan Shelton has emerged as a major force in the 2A Girls shot put this season.
Jordyn Colter first reset the Colorado all-classification 800 meter record at the 2015 Stutler Bowl Twilight. File photo.
We have a dozen LIVE events coming at you this weekend!
Kiowa's Bryar Morgan currently holds state-qualifying positions in the 200 and 400.
The trails around Salida are to die for.
Remember Triston Sisneros? He holds both hurdle records for the Stutler Bowl Twilight.
Bayfield's Sam Westbrook will be among those bringing heavy hardware to Durango on Tuesday.
Check in for an Easter spin on Run Junkie HS!
One unmistakable message left by Taryn Ceglowski at Pomona: It's way too soon to count her out of 3A distance titles.
You'll find several reasons here why 5A Girls distance is trending tougher this year than the last two years.
Pomona's Jeremy Gonzales has remained consistently at or near the top of the 100 meter rankings for his class throughout high school.
Check out where Colorado's high school talent will be headed the rest of this week.
Setting off the land mines in the long jump pit.
Who won the weekend?
Fairview's Hannah Freeman has been one of the mainstays of the Class of 2017 Distance, and especially so at 800 meters.
Grandview's Brie Oakley figures as one of the top headliners for Friday's running of the Stutler Twilight.
Who won the weekend?
Keenan Hildebrandt had a career day in the rings for Moffat County.
Jalen Sami's 52-1 currently ranks #1 among 4A Boys shot puts.
Frederick's Julia Wyatt enjoyed one of the bigger days of her high school career on Saturday. File Photo.
Donovan Williams was solidly ahead of the pack in the 100 and 200, helping Fountain-Fort Carson to an outstanding team showing.
Regan Aurich didn't come down from 4A this year, but she is new to the classification nevertheless and one of the reasons the 400 standard is already tougher than last year.
Xavier Bishop-Falu started out at the top of the Class of 2017 110 hurdlers and has more or less stayed there throughout his high school career.
Scott Johnson does his part to get Legend to 8:02 in the 4x800.