Bryce Reeburgh dropped 19-seconds off his mile personal best to run 5:00.68 in the Middle School Mile Sunday.
Sydnee Larkin will take her talents to Arizona State next year.
Niwot's Mary Gillett stormed to two Colorado No. 1 marks this past weekend.
James Heater will head to Colorado State next year to compete for the Rams.
Jequan Hogan claimed the national title in the triple jump.
James Lee ran away with the 1,600 victory at the Boulder Snow Invitational Saturday.
Kyairra Reigh dominated the freshmen 400 division in 54.67.
Cameron Beal will head north to compete for Northern Colorado next year.
Anna Hall claimed the national championship in the high jump on the first day of the New Balance National Indoor championships.
Arria Minor has been the queen of Colorado sprinting the past two years, and this year doesn't look any different.
Who will Colorado's fastest high schooler be this season?
Kieran Nay will head into Colorado's high country to Western State next season.
Maya Evans is the No. 1 returner in her class, and the state in the long jump.
Zion Gordon is one of 19 Colorado athletes headed to NBNI this weekend.
Charlie Perry is the top returner in the 3,200 this year.
The outdoor season has arrived! But not for everyone - Colorado will send some of its best to New Balance Nationals Indoor.
Arria Minor sits on top of three lists among juniors, and the state.
Emily Sloan enters the New Balance National Indoor Championships with her eye on a new national record.
Mason Anthony was the No. 1 sophomore hurdler in the state last year.
Isalina Colsman was the No. 1 freshman 3,200 runner in the state last year.
Tyrese Van Horne was the fastest freshmen in the 400 last year. His 47.95 was No. 5 among all grades in the event.
Soleil Gaylord is slated to run in the Emerging Elite 3,200 at the New Balance National indoor championships next week.
Genoa-Hugo's Heather Graham will look to end her senior year with another state title.
Isaac Harris will look to help Sterling defend their league title this year.
Lily Mourer is one of two Coloradans slated to run the inaugural Junior High Mile at the New Balance National Indoor championships next week.
Rangeview's Danielle Lewis returns as one of the best sprinters in the state. She'll give Rangeview the firepower to challenge for the league title this year.