The Vista Ridge sprint relays had a field day, prevailing in all three 4A Boys sprint relays.
Michaela Onyenwere was an enormous difference maker for Grandview all weekend long.
Brie Oakley and Tanner Norman gave us a brand-new set of 3200 all-class records this spring.
Yes, a long jump landing will bounce your spectacles.
Tucker Cargile has made the most of a very short high school career this year at Denver South.
Chantae Steele and McKenzie Elliott gave TCA an early day two lift in the 800 meters.
Nick Borne's senior year has been brimming over with high-voltage races, like this one at Mullen in April.
Taryn Ceglowski stunned everyone present with a 3A record 2:09.19 to post the top 800 time of the state meet.
Heretofore, Emily Pieper has contributed at State mostly in the form of long jump points, but she was 200 meter money in the bank as well this weekend.
Emily Sloan was part of Team Colorado last June. Could you be part of the show this year?
Chris Athey reprised his role in last year's 4x800, helping Lake City to a second 1A Boys crown in the event.
Regnor VonDedenroth celebrates a clearance, and a few fans do as well.
Jeremy Meadows broke from the 4A Boys 1600 field on lap three and wasn't heard from again, posting the top 1600 time of the entire state meet.
Jequan Hogan bounds his way to the first 50-foot triple jump Colorado has seen in more than a decade.
Springfield sent a strong early warning to the rest of 1A when it won the SMR8 with Tatelyn Lasley anchoring.
Maria Mettler was reportedly sick. You'd have never known it by her performances.
From first flight to last heat, it was a grand state meet!
There is a long list of high-end talent at the 3A Girls state meet, and Tarynn Sieg is high on that list.
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Iosua Maika could very well held one key for tipping the scales in favor of Fountain-Fort Carson this weekend.
Lauren Offerman, Kasey Klocek, and Maria Mettler are just three of the faces in an absolutely loaded 4A Girls 1600 field.
No word yet from CHSAA, but, if anything, current conditions are worse than the forecast.
Xavier Bishop-Falu wastes no elevation skimming the hurdles.
The Wiggins sprinters who aren't named Shane Finegan have plenty to run for on relays this weekend.
You might have recognized several of the faces competing at the PAC-12 Championships this past weekend.
Nik Chappee's stride that each up enormous lengths of track with every bound has him as a key figure in the 4A 200 and 400.
Fort Collins will need a big weekend out of their sprinters if they are to repeat as state champions this year.
Cole Sprout, one of the top freshman track seasons Colorado has ever seen.
With a limited roster, Lake City very much needs guys like Izaac Borchers to come through with big meets.