The Battle Of Boulder Brings Out The Best

James Lee ran away with a 1:53.97 meet record in the 800.

Highlighting the boy's competition had to be James LeeThe Silver Creek senior put his stamp on the 800 with a new meet record of 1:53.97. The time not only tied Isaac Green's meet record, but it's No. 1 in Colorado by nearly two-seconds. 

Lee's performance was clear of the field, but it did pull Monarch's William Dixon to a second-place finish in 1:55.97 - the No. 3 team in all-classifications. 

In the 1,600 Michael Mooney made no contest of the event, winning going away in 4:22. 

The 300 hurdles was a race to the finish that saw Mitchell Gorman lead the way in 39.98. Gorman also won the 110 hurdles. Behind him in the 300 hurdles was the Monarch duo of Mitchell Waters and Tyler Waters, who finished second and third. 

In the pole vault the show belonged to Max Manson, who picked up his fifth-consecutive victory this outdoor season. Manson's 16-0 performance was a meet record as well. 

In the discus Samuel Dirkes dominated his competition, winning the event by nearly twenty-feet with a toss of 152-0. 

Another dominating performances came from Fairview's Max Carter-Kemp, who won the 400 in 49.65.