Cast Your Vote: Colorado Track and Field Story of the Year

Cast your vote for the story of the year!

Here are your options:

1. Jordyn Colter breaks the all-time Colorado girls 800 meter record not once, but twice. Colter ended up with a best time of 2:04.56 and ultimately knocked more than three seconds off the old record, one which had stood for about 20 years.

2. Within a span of about 20 minutes, the Colorado boys all-time 800 meter record falls twice. William Mayhew was first to break the record at 1:50.74. Mayhew's 15 minutes of fame ended, however, when Blake Yount ran 1:50.59

3. Paonia's girls storm 2A for the third consecutive year, accumulating an astonishing total of 132 and a nearly-60-point margin on second-place Lyons.

4. Fountain-Fort Carson's boys dominate everything in sight in 5A. Winning for the second consecutive year and the fourth time in the last six years, Fountain-Fort Carson amassed 94 state meet points, more than doubling the total of the second-place team.

5. Even with a change at the head coach position, Palmer Ridge doubles back to dominate 4A Boys for the second consecutive year.

6. The Colorado Springs Metro League meet plays host to the top two high jump marks of the year as Ashlyn Hare wins 5A girls at 5-10 and Dionne Taylor wins 5A boys at 7-0.

Cast your vote here!