5A Region 5 dominated the 5A Girls regions at State. Much of that, but certainly not all of it, was due to Mountain Vista.
3A Region 2 Boys lived up to their billing at State.
Mason Norman gradually put space on the field over the second half of the 3A Boys race.
Callin Naddy posted a 19th-place finish at state cross country a little over a week ago.
The CHSAA CLOC committee met today and finalized breakpoints for the 2018-20 cycle for cross country and track and field. Here are those breakpoints:
The Tomahawk 2 Mile goes back under the lights this year, but the cast of characters figures to be a little different this time (including that guy in the Western State uni).
Elizabeth Constien put the State field away with authority.
Ben Conlin didn't run at the middle school state meet in 2016, but that didn't prevent him from becoming the top freshman at State this fall. File photo.
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It's always a fast start at the state meets around the region, but the question everyone wants to know is who are the best teams.
Helen Cross made a pass late in the race and opened a substantial lead before the finish.
One image, and the top three sophomore girls at State all included.
It will be a little darker when they shoot the starter's pistol at this year's running of the Tomahawk 2 Mile.
The 2016 Boys Championship race descends into the dip.
By midway through the race, the lead pack was down to eventual all-state runners.
Austin Vancil wasn't at the top of his class pack at State as a freshman, but he was as a junior. File photo.
Ben Kelley spent most of the 2A state race alone with whatever mid race thoughts a champion thinks.
Claudia Burgess of Boulder was this year's top senior girl at State who also ran there as a freshman.
Jenna Fitzsimmons proved very difficult to beat--all season long.
Isabella Prosceno wasn't the top 8th grader at MS state last year, but she passed by a lot of people in the last 12 months.
Jenna McCaffrey fashioned a substantial early lead in the 2017 CHSCA All-State race and made it stick to the finish.
Cole Sprout, of course, topped his class at the state meet. But, what about the rest of the class of 2020?