Telluride's Soleil Gaylord returns to the track this spring to defend her state title.
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.
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.
South's Yonatan Kefle will look to lead his team to this year's league title.
Taylor Watson will look to help lift Cherokee Trail to a league title this year.
Austin Davis will look to dominate the hurdles this season for Byers.
Rylee Haynes will be looking to lead Crowley County to a league title this year.
Angel Heredia will look to lead Hinkley back to the big show this year.
Arria Minor returns as the defending state champion in the 100, 200, and the 400.
Skyview's Jimmy Scavuzzo will give the Wolverines some added depth in the distance events.
Durango's Abby Scott will be a vital piece to her team's run at claiming the Southwestern League title.
The Classical Academy's Rhys Ryba is the top returner in the state in the shot.
Boulder's Lauren Neugeboren returns as the one of the best milers in the state. She'll be among a stacked field of distance runners in the Front Range League.
Sequoia Kellogg is No. 3 returner in the state in the 100 hurdles and should be a threat in the 300 hurdles as well.
Thomas Pannunzio will look to help Pueblo South close the gap on their cross-town rivals, Pueblo West.
Maison Tolle returns as one of the state's best jumpers and looks to give Highland a boost over rival Lyons.
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.
In a very good throws league, Henry Carlson ranks among the best.
Douglas County's Abigail Brown is a certifiable rising star in the sprint ranks.
The good news for Monarch is that half of this twosome is back this spring. The bad news is that half of it is not.
Jumper Annalese Edwards is but one of a long list of talented returnees for Palmer Ridge.
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.
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.
As Lyons looks to step up their game from last year to this, Ethan Burton could emerge as one of the key pieces, especially at 400 and 800 meters.
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.