Colorado Future Stars: Sophia Sigg

In the first edition of Colorado Future Stars of 2024 outdoor season, we'll dive into a few recent standout performances by freshmen. 

Colorado, meet Sophia Sigg!

The Berthoud freshman hasn't competed much - just once - at the NoCo Early Season Qualifier, but it was already memorable. 

Sigg finished second in the long jump, landing at 17-11.5. 

That currently leads the freshmen class by nearly a foot-and-a-half, and it's a Colorado No. 2

A year ago only one freshmen leapt beyond 17-feet, which means Sigg is already way, way ahead of the competition. 

What's additionally impressive about Sigg is that it seems she's competing in track and field for the first time (she's primarily a basketball player.) 

Quick Takes

Caleb Emery - Rocky Mountain - He currently leads the class in the 800 with a 1:59.21 clocking - that's also No. 6 in the state

Jay McDonald - Summit - He leads the class in the 1,600 with a 4:33.38. 

Grant Pierson - Thompson Valley - He owns the fastest times in the class the 3,200, clocking 9:56.77 

Nevaeh Rura - Rocky Mountain - She currently leads the class in the high jump with a 5-0 clearance, which ranks her No. 7 in the state. She also leads the class in the triple jump, with a leap of 33-0. 

Freshmen Rankings