University's Kyle Bahnsen dominated the competition in the shot put.
Keenan Hildebrandt had a career day in the rings for Moffat County.
Grand Valley's Shaya Chenoweth (lane 3) and Jordyn Pittman (lane 4) give the homestanding Cardinals a 1-2 sweep in the 100.
Kayla Pinnt and Jill Payne battle for the 200 meter crown. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Ro Paschal and Jack Rubalcave ran away from everyone and everything, including their own PRs, in the Tiger 3200. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Brennan Noyes won the meet and went to the top of the 2A high jump pile with a 6-2 clearance. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Sofia Calabrese was one piece in a massive Battle Mountain team effort that just managed to overcome Palisade for the WSL 4A crown. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Jordan Xiong screams through the 100-meter finish in 10.68. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Rifle's Brendan Wagler and Basalt's Zach Walsh stage their second battle of the day in the 3200. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Last May, Tabor Scholl pushed Jennifer Celis to a 2A all-time record in the 800 meters. On Saturday, she pushed Celis to another 2A all-time record, this time in the 1600. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Riley Rowles-Birdson, Andy Bowles, and Trevor Kelly fight for the lead in a very close 110 hurdles race. Photo by David Presssgrove.
Bryanna Music of Delta won the shot put with her third consecutive meet of throwing over 40 feet. Photo by David Pressgrove.
TCA's Alexa Chacon flew to two new 3A state meet records in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Collin Scheer leaps to a triple jump title and a PR after missing most of the season with an ankle injury. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Nicholas Ross, Zeke Sandoval, and Brandon Walker gave Eagle Valley a dominating presence in the top 100 meter places. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Hayden's Jorge Valdez won the Clint Wells high jump at 6-2. Craig Daily Press photo.
There's a lot of flying sand in Niki Hunt's life, but also a few first-place medals to make it all worthwhile. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Andy Bowles, left, and Chuck Bisbee, right, started their seasons out well with multiple event titles at the Rifle Invitational. Photos by David Pressgrove.
Griffin Hay celebrates a stunning come-from-behind victory in the 5A 3200. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Madi Goodstein leaves the hurdle pursuit in her wake. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Josephine Bush and Lindsey Stindt figure to keep Telluride (TNT Track) deep in points over the next two weeks. Photos by David Pressgrove.
Alaina Anderson ruled the girls 3200 in the fading light of day. Photo by David Pressgrove.
The FinishLynx camera said Coal Ridge 44.43, Fruita Monument 44.44. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Palisade's Tanner Smith was one of two throwers to reach beyond 150 feet at Saturday's Mickey Dunn invitational. Photo by David Pressgrove.
As she did all last spring, Jennifer Celis quickly left the 800 field in her wake. Photo by David Pressgrove.