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.
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Jonathan Rodriguez was a top threat in the 400 last spring and should be again this spring.
Brock Murphy figures as one of the Lamar legion of throwers taking their turn in front of the home crowd on Saturday.
Joseph Manilafasha, a two-time state champion and one of the best the state has ever seen. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Makinna Miller ranks as the top returner for Fort Morgan in cross, at 1600 meters, and at 3200 meters. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Conner Shaver is a key piece in a returning roster that should keep Fort Morgan atop the Colorado 7 League. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Christa Boettiger may be the lesser known Cougar, but she's still a big part of Niwot's success. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
For being in a land of wide-open spaces, things can get a little cozy on the Wiggins starting line. Colorado Track XC file photo.
For almost all of us, cross country season is done. It's time to start looking ahead toward track season. Free content.
Elise Cranny may get most of the headlines, but Christa Boettiger is likely the biggest difference between last year's Niwot team and this year's. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Eryn Leonard and her Moffat County teammates will be headed to the 3A ranks next fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Anthony Rios and Victoria Milano bring a lot of state experience and savvy back for the Brush Beetdiggers. Colorado Track XC file photos.