Shannon King spotted the field a substantial lead before roaring back for the win in the 1500.
Articles with Semaye Johnson
Fresh off competition in New Mexico last weekend, Kain Medrano was slinging for the fences again this weekend at the Kyle Macintosh Twilight.
Anna Hall set an outdoor PR in the high jump but missed out on a meet title on misses.
Sadio Fenner found success on his first steeplechase attempt.
Arria Minor did what she was expected to do: win the 100, 200, and 400.
Until an injury set her back, Zoe Gilbertson was rather consistently at the top of the Class of 2017 hurdlers.
Scott Johnson does his part to get Legend to 8:02 in the 4x800.
Pomona's Semaye Johnson moved the top 100 hurdles mark of the season down to 14.51.
Will Adam Stark still be the state's leader when the final heat of the Mullen 400 is complete?
Nolan Kembel finally got the sub-50 400 gorilla off the back of the Colorado indoor season. File photo.
Jaiden Paris and Semaye Johnson have finished in adjacent places before. They did again today in 60 hurdles prelims at Simplot. File Photo.
The victory that didn't go to Alayna Szuch in Saturday's two mile did come her way in Thursday's 3000.
And they're off...
Carley Bennett is the top distance representative on a deep Lakewood roster.
Emily Sloan has already staked out a position atop the national 60 meter hurdle rankings.
Heide Baron and London Evans were well out in front of the 17-18 Girls 200. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Different colors, same result: Christian Lyon dominated the 17-18 100 meter dash prelims. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Pomona's Semaye Johnson was in a league of her own in the 100 and 200. Photo by Ben Hershelman.