USATF Junior Outdoor Championships: Colorado

Max Manson returns to the pole vault at the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships.

While most of Colorado's track and field athletes have packed it up for the year, a few aren't ready to slide those track spikes back into the bag just yet. This weekend is the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships in Bloomington, IN, and yes, Colorado is sending some of its best. 

We haven't seen Arria Minor since state, but rest assured, she's on the entry list for the 200, and the 400. She's the third seed in both events. Anna Hall, fresh off her national record in the decathlon, will give it another go, as she is the favorite in the event by quite a margin. 

A few seniors have opted to extend their seasons before heading off to college. For the girls Madison Mooney is entered in the 1,500, while Sydnee Larkin is in the triple jump.

2018 state champ Andrew Doctor is entered in the 110 hurdles, while Sadio Fenner is on the qualified list for the 1,500 and the 3,000 steeplechase, and Harrison Scudamore is entered in the 5,000. In the field events Max Manson leads Colorado in the pole vault. 

For results of the meet, click here: USATF Jr Nationals