Lyons returns the fastest 2A squad in Colorado.
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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.
Carl Heide is one of several important reasons that Bayfield figures as the top team in the Intermountain League this spring.
Lizzie Valentine and Centauri figure to be stirring the 2A Girls pot a little next fall.
Megan Greenly may be your strongest candidate for the girls individual title at Friday's Eric Wolff.
It's very likely that Pine Creek is back in 5A after next year's classification adjustments.
Aside from taking out the next-to-last hurdle, Aaron McCoy's 300 hurdles looked end-of-season sharp on Saturday.
Amber Johnson ranks among the IML's top returners in the 300 hurdles.
Tyrin Turner finds the invisible plane of the finish line. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ellie Berry had an oustanding day of throws, taking first in the shot put and second in the discus. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Paige DeGolyer spent a lot of time running 3200s this spring, a convenient little fact which should pay dividends in her cross country times for Alamosa this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Caleb Palmer didn't grab as many headlines as a couple of his teammates last fall, but was still a very big part of the reason that Alamosa claimed a state title. Photo by Ashley Green.
When it comes to longevity in the cross country business, Larry Zaragoza currently has no rivals here in the state of Colorado. Photo by Eric Flores.
Taryn Ceglowski enjoyed a breakout season in track and figures to be playing a still larger role on the cross country team this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
If Evan Walters is healthy again this fall, count on him being among the region's top competitors. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Joel Villagomez of Center finished second in 2A boys in 2009, the San Luis Valley's highest finish since Aucencio Martinez in 1999. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Abby Topper ranks as the top returning 3A Region 2 female for 2013, but don't figure that status will go uncontested for long. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Most of the spotlight has headed to Bayfield and Eva Lou Edwards, but Emily Bryant of Pagosa Springs has quietly enjoyed an outstanding season as well. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Gavin Palmer and Diana Miller-ter Kuile rank as the top returning runners in the San Luis Valley. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Alamosa's Lauren Martin leads a pack up the hill at the 4A Region 4 meet in Colorado Springs on Thursday. Photo by Eric Flores.