Jenna Fitzsimmons ran away to defend her state title.
Ares Reading (center) and Cruz Culpepper kicked late to finish 1-2 Saturday.
Katie Fankhouser roared to victory.
Mason Norman defended his state title, and ran a new 3A course record of 15:33.
SkyView's Owen Nolan ran 16:36 for the fastest time by a freshmen at State.
Layla Roebke (center) and Taylor James (right) made it a 1-2 punch to give Niwot the state title.
Kaylee Thompson and The Classical Academy ran away with Saturday's state titles.
Cole Sprout ran away with the state title, and a new course record of 15:16.
The Lyons girls are eyeing their third title in five years.
Peak to Peak may be able to sweep the team competition Saturday.
The Niwot girls will have a battle with Battle Mountain on their hands Saturday morning.
Nothing but the silent crunch of the golden leaves beneath your feet...
Can anyone run with Cole Sprout?
Colorado's next batch of stars battled at the middle school state championships.
Thompson Valley's Schubert and Krueger made it a sweep of the individual titles.
Hertiage Christian's Seth Bruxvoort ran away with the victory.
Broomfield's Sydney Swanker and Lauren Felknor went 1-2 to elevate their squad to a runner-up finish.
Quinn McConnell dominated a field mostly blue to capture her fourth consecutive region title
Centaurus came away with the upset 31-28 victory over Niwot to claim the Region title.
Keely Jones comes in No. 7 with a 17:53 PR from Desert Twilight.
Niwot's Ares Reading is the second-fastest runner in the state this year.
The girls in blue have four of the top four in the state.
The best all-around athlete in the country, Anna Hall, is headed to the University of Georgia