Joshua Simpson has already begun his impact on Montrose High School cross country fortunes.
Drew Seidel raised some eyebrows last week at the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede. What will Seidel bring this week?
Holy Family's Alyssa Wells made what was perhaps the biggest 3A freshman splash of the weekend.
Ashlyn Alvey added some immediate scoring punch for the Rocky Ford girls in her first high school meet.
Lukas Haug had a nice freshman debut for Boulder on Friday.
Keeping you up-to-date on the world of high school cross country here in Colorado.
For those in the know, the first half mile at Centaurus is a bit of a rush to get to the sidewalk section before the masses.
The Stampede was a bit slower this year than last, but why?
Chloe Veilleux and Sarah Wagler make an early break from the masses at the Basalt Longhorn Invitational on Saturday.
If you were anxious to see how Marlena Preigh and her Fairview teammates were going to open the season, you'll have to wait for this weekend. The same story holds for a few other teams as well.
Buena Vista's Rossten Sherlock is one of an impressive array of freshmen already making a difference for their teams.
It's a good idea for all coaches to be up-to-date on our reading of what the cross country officials are saying about rules within our sport.
One of the iconic images from Colorado high school cross country is the field cresting the rise just off the start of the Cherry Creek Invitational.
What does the back of your team shirt say?
Thomas Chaston works to fend off a late challenge from Cal Banta in the 4A Boys Race.
Elsie Wilkens steps into the world of high school cross country on Saturday after an impressive track debut season last spring.
Kaitlyn Mercer won the individual title, as expected, but not everything else followed that lead. File photo.
Eagle Valley's Joslin Blair has the potential to break away from the D1 girls field and punish the field if the others let her establish an early gap.
5A Girls start their season with two huge favorites and a lot of teams looking to make a place in history.
The race to the front of 4A is on again, featuring most of the same teams as last year.
Racing this weekend? Find out who you'll be sharing the course with!
There will be a lot of different faces in this year's 3A Boys starting crowd.
Who will step out to the front in 2A this fall? Here's what the coaches think...
Sarah O'Sullivan and Caroline Eck helped lead Mountain Vista to last year's Southwest regional title. There are not a few regional coaches who believe they can do it again.
Tony Ortiz and Spencer Robinson are two of a deep group of seniors leading Timpanogos this fall.
Not surpisingly, Brie Oakley owns the top time on the current configuration of the Norris Penrose/Bear Creek course.
Even if computers aren't your thing, doing online entries on Colorado Track XC is easy. Click here for a tutorial.
Chris Theodore checks around to make sure his lead is for real at the finish of last year's Vista Nation 2-Mile. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Paul Roberts owns the top time, so far, on the new configuration of the Norris Penrose/Bear Creek course. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cole Beasley is one of the guys who figure to make this year's Peak to Peak team a lot more dangerous than last year's.