Cole Beasley is one of the guys who figure to make this year's Peak to Peak team a lot more dangerous than last year's.
Luke Thurman just might be the Kadet we're fixing to learn the most about this fall.
Ivy Gonzales moves briskly to the finish line as Broomfield's top finisher at State last fall.
Easton Allred's 9:45 at in the 5A Boys 3200 placed him 12th, as a freshman.
Lizzy Harding is part of a long line of Battle Mountain Huskies who can put a race out of reach in a hurry.
Katie Hooten moved up smartly in the Centaurus distance rankings through the course of last school year.
Logan Simington, John Moroney, and Brock Dykema are just three of the returnees on a loaded Silver Creek roster.
Rachel Goodrich was one of the impact freshmen of last fall's 4A season.
Carter Dillon was nipping at Joshua Romine's heels this spring. It looks to be Dillon's team to lead this fall.
Until someone finds a way of breaking up McConnell, Shults, and Bradfield (mostly hidden), beating Peak to Peak is going to be tough.
Grant Norman is part of a core of experience D'Evelyn will be relying on heavily this fall.
All of Soleil Gaylord's international racing experience and accumulated meet titles are not enough to put a lock on another state cross country title for Telluride.
A successful return to the roster for Noah Trautner should prove to be a big boost for Pine Creek cross country this fall.
Jimmy Scavuzzo figures to be leading a very competitive SkyView Academy team this fall.
Bekah Moenning is one of several returning Durango Demons who, as a team, very nearly made a huge breakthrough last fall.
Daniel Lisenbee went from a 4:50 1600 PR in 2016 to a 4:26 in 2017. More of that sort of thing happened across the Discovery Canyon distance roster.
Brooke Hillman figures to once again be the lead runner for Paonia cross country this fall.
It looks to be Joshua Krafsur's turn to lead at Fort Collins High School this fall.
Connor McCabe gets one final season to lead his Rampart teammates into the fray.
Results from track this spring suggest that Payton Corah might be the most improved Tiger this fall.
Walker Rudolph has emerged as a legitimate long distance threat for Cheyenne Mountain, boosting the prospects for Cheyenne Mountain cross country this fall.
A returning Sophia Conde is one of the reasons prospects look bright for the 2017 edition of the Vanguard girls.
Caroline Robbins is half of a devastating 1-2 at Grandview this fall.
Field Soosloff is one of a long list of returning Lyons distance types who might be inclined to feel like last year's second-place finish isn't good enough for this year's team.
Lilly Lavier moves up to the role of seasoned veteran this fall for Alamosa cross country.
Tomah Whitney brings back proven leadership on the course for Evergreen this fall.
Few people do more with their first two years of high school than Austin Vancil has. We now get to find out what happens with his last two.
Gavin Harden is one of the guys Glenwood will be relying on heavily this fall.
Hailey Leader will be looked to for experience and senior leadership on this year's Monarch roster.
Tatum Miller takes her turn at leading the Kadet parade this fall.