Thomas Pannunzio will look to help Pueblo South close the gap on their cross-town rivals, Pueblo West.
Kaylee Kearse went the distance - literally - to win the 400 at the Cedarville Rickey Tune-Up this past weekend.
Maison Tolle returns as one of the state's best jumpers and looks to give Highland a boost over rival Lyons.
Niwot sophomore Cruz Culpepper dropped 11 seconds off his personal best in the mile, running 4:21 this past weekend.
Dontavis Moore Ford will look to help Vista Ridge in the sprints this season.
Fort Morgan's Haley Lewis returns as one of the best athletes in the state. She'll look to lead her team to another league title this year.
Colorado athletes came out hot on the month of February. From Air Force to Washington, a slew of top performances highlighted the weekend.
In 24 hours some of the best athletes from across the country will descend on the Cadet Field House for the Air Force High School Open.
Aaron Harris jumps off the season as the No. 2 returner in the state in the long jump.
Douglas County's Abigail Brown is a certifiable rising star in the sprint ranks.
There were only two meets this past weekend, but a slew of top marks came from Sunday's USATF-Colorado State Indoor Championships at the Cadet Field House.
Western's six-lane, 200 meter track is the highest collegiate indoor track in the world.
The Steinhauer Field House played host another stellar field of athletes at the Colorado Mines High School Indoor Series meet No. 4 Thursday night.
Buena Vista's Michael Morgan returns as the top returner in 2A in the 100, No. 2 returner in the 400, and No. 4 returner in the high jump.
Bayfield's Jordan Lanning returns as one of the best athletes in the state - in four events. The Wolverines will rely on her talents to lead them once again.
Lakewood's Chase Dornbusch returns as one of the top distance runners in the state.
The Mines HS Indoor Series has made a few changes to the remaining meets.
Niwot's Mackenzie Fidelak returns as one of the best sprinters in the state. She'll look to help the Cougars defend their league title this year.
Coal Ridge's Kara Morgan scored individually in four events at last year's WSL. The Titans will need another big performance out of the junior to defend their title.
Jaiden Paris dominated the 60 hurdles, running away with the win in 8.82.
The Classical Academy's Erika Willis is the defending state champion in the pole vault, and the clear favorite to claim this year's ttle.
Distance standout Colton Stice could make Gunnison a threat in the team race. Stice is the No. 1 returner in the state in the 800, and the No. 2 returner in the 1,600.
Emily Sloan continued her rampage on the 2018 track season, capping her day at the Carl Lewis Invitational in Texas with a dominating 8.52 win.
You're either the favorite, or the underdog. And how you approach the off-season can determine how many steps you take up on the podium come May.
Zac Petrie, who is a current Air Force Academy athlete, holds the high school Cadet Field House record for the 800 at 1:55.19.
Harrison Scudamore sets out to building a lead he would never relinquish.