Colton Stice left nothing to be decided late in the 3A Region 1 Boys race.
Ivory Espinoza added to her growing collection of meet titles with a win at the Anna Banana.
Sarah Yocum took her show on the road to Grand Junction, meeting with rave reviews.
Gunner Rigsby took over the state lead in the long jump with a 23-2.5.
Madisyn Minerich and Abigail Renfrow might have been guilty of burning the competition a little on Saturday.
Having broken from the field, Maggi Congdon approaches the finish line for the win. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Victory secured, Chloe Veilleux pounds it toward the finish line. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Not even two months into her cross country career, and in her final year of high school, Karla DeLaCruz picks up her first win at Central's home meet. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Evan Graff was one of two--from the same team, no less--to break the existing Anna Banana course record today. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Selena Hernandez tore apart the 100 hurdles field at Friday's Phil Wertman, just one of a long list of highlights for the Moffat County girls. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
David Moenning held a narrow lead in the 800 with about 200 meters to go, but it would be Nolan Pflug who would make the final push for the event title. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
At 4K, it was Jack Plantz all alone with the scenery. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Fruita Monument and Grand Junction staged a tight battle for team honors at Central's home meet, with Dalton Haraway and Jed Wilson battling here for position. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
In an effort that epitomizes the one-last-shot-to-make-it-to-state mindset of the final weekend of qualifying, DeBeque's Zach Powell found his way to 1A state with a 4:56.85. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
It missed the wind-legal criterion, but Riley Rowles-Birdsong did get off one of the monster long jumps of the early season. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
You can find the eventual champion here in the early stages of the boys race at the Anna Banana Memorial, but you have to know who you're looking for. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Despite what the arrow might suggest, Mykayla Music was headed fast in the direction of the finish at this point. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Jared Leblow and Zach Walsh made a decisive early break from the boys field. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Montrose freshman Ian Meek sets up shop on Greg Eccher's outside shoulder early in the 1600. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Austin Williams winds up for another big mark in the shot put. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Eagle Valley's Nathan Maddox blows open a big lead on the third leg of the 4x800. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Paonia's Jeramiah Hillman (left) paces up front with Dustin Ownbey and Gino Giovagnoli on the first lap of the boys 800. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Molly Reicher paces while Val Constien hunts midway through the girls 1600. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Andy Bowles clears the bar at 6-9, a mark which currently leads the entire state. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Liam Meirow and Carson Hume were running side-by-side with a couple hundred meters to go, but Meirow would pull away before the end. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Emily Wolff left everyone behind in route to the 5A Region 1 girls title. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Jake Erickson leads Grand Junction's Greg Eccher and Telluride's Jack Plantz through early stages of the Anna Banana boys varsity race. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Cerake Geberkidane had his usual show-stopping routine, but it was the efforts of guys like Chris Coyle that made Denver East the team champions. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Olathe's Freddie Ramirez races to a second-place finish and a new school record at the Grand Junction Central Invitational on Friday. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
The SWL girls 400 was even more southwestern than usual, with Montezuma-Cortez and Durango taking the top four places. Rachel Demby, the eventual event winner, is third from the left. Photo by Michele Bisbee.