Isabel Allori Runs 4:37.32 Mile At HOKA Festival Of Miles

Isabel Allori's dream season continues!

The Liberty Common senior became the fastest Colorado in the mile - outdoors - in the HOKA High School Girls Championships Mile at the HOKA Festival of Miles in St. Louis, Mo. 

Allori finished fourth in 4:37.32 in a loaded field that saw a new outdoor national record by Allie Zealand, who clocked 4:30.38.

Allori's time surpassed Bethany Michalak's 4:37.39 from last year's Brooks PR Invitational. If we consider indoor times, however, Katie Rainsberger's 4:36.61 remains the fastest mile by a Coloradan, indoors or out.

Denver East's Rosie Mucharsky also dipped into the top-10, finishing ninth in 4:45.67.

In the High School Girls Elite Mile Keeghan Edwards had the wheels. 

She was 10th with a lap to go. 

Fifth with 100-meters to go. 

The Mountain Vista junior turned on the boosters in the final 100 to win the High School Girls Elite Mile clocking 4:46.63. 

Incoming Colorado freshman Elin Latta, who is transferring from Texas, finished a close second in 4:46.73. Mountain Vista's Juliet Frum also dipped into the top-10, running 4:48.70 to finish seventh.

A highlight among Colorado's boys was Dane Eike, who ran 4:04.70 to finish 10th in the HOKA High School Boys Championships Mile. The time moves him to the No. 4 outdoors All-Time for Coloradans in the mile.