There's a reasonably good chance these two will be the faces of 2A Girls headlines for the next few years.
The yellow singlets were out in force for Great Southwest.
Drew Ellis was a key element in propelling Pawnee to the 1A Lords and Ladies of the Leap crown.
Whatever thoughts Jenna McCaffrey had with a half-mile to go, she was all alone with them.
If you've been hopeful that Battle Mountain might soon see the end of their distance domination, you would do well to remind yourself of Grace Johnson.
Eli Grant is one of the 3A Boys names you might be growing a lot more familiar with over the next three years.
Sydnie Main and her Meeker teammates beat down the 2A competition in the throws with depth, never finishing higher than fourth in any of the four throwing events, but piling up points all along the way.
If you didn't get to see enough of Brie Oakley and Lauren Gregory at State this year, they match up again at Brooks PR next weekend.
Mary Gillett got way out in front of the girls 200 meter field.
Monarch's Zach Litoff isn't done running two miles yet. He has one in Greensboro, North Carolina, next weekend.
Jentry Largent won two state titles outright, was part of a third on a relay, and also part of a runner-up relay at State.
Lots of 3A boys come back in the 300 hurdles, but Carl Heide may be the guy to beat next year.
Anna Hall set an outdoor PR in the high jump but missed out on a meet title on misses.
Zion Gordon holding up his end of the bargain in Friday night's shuttle hurdle relay.
Much has been made of the difficulty of winning the distance triple. Isaac Green did one better and added a leg on a first-place 4x800 relay to the mix.
After a brilliant freshman season, Remington Ross looks to solidify her standing as the top 2A sprinter next spring.
Emily Sloan snared an early lead in the 100 hurdles and fought off the pursuit all the way down the straight.
Sadio Fenner found success on his first steeplechase attempt.
It's tough to argue with the kind of state meet Mary Gillett had--two state chamionships and two state runner-ups in four individual events.
Seth Bruxvoort has been lately coming into his own as a distance runner and could be an even bigger weapon for Heritage Christian Academy next spring.
Taylor Watson is one of a group of very talented sprinters, jumpers, and hurdlers coming back for Cherokee Trail.
Tanner Norman's state meet included two state titles and one 3A state meet record.
James Lee should enter the 2018 as 4A Boys' top distance threat.
Between individual events and relays, Sophia Anderson came home from the state meet with three titles and one runner-up finish.
It was national championships for NAIA, DII, and DIII. It was regionals for NCAA Division I.
Hayelom Fitsum gets a shot at 800 meters of redemption on Thursday night in St. Louis.
Jordan Lanning successfully transitioned from 2A to 3A this year. The sky could be the limit next year.
Recognizing the top relay schools at the 2017 state meet...
Multiple state champions were difficult to come by in 1A this year. Marco Ramos of Arickaree was one of only two.
Bailey Roth was one of several faces familiar to fans of Colorado high school track and field who will be advancing to DI Nationals. File photo.