Michele Bisbee covered the SWL below and I believe I have coverage of the other leagues coming. With that prospect in view, let's just say that if you were looking for surprises, there weren't many. If you were looking for messages, those were not in as short of supply.
Paonia destroyed everyone among 1A/2A girls. Hotchkiss nipped Telluride in 1A/2A boys. Cedaredge (girls) and Coal Ridge (boys) dominated 3A. Eagle Valley (boys) and Battle Mountain (girls) plowed the 4A fields.
Greta VanCalcar is apparently sick and tired of hearing about the Front Range distance types, so she's writing a little distance news of her own on the western slope. Of all the girls enjoying fabulous distance seasons this spring, VanCalcar was probably the least on the radar of any when the season started. This is the quintessential breakout season.
Jennifer Celis looks like 2A's designated 400/800 double.
And Andy Bowles and Reid Gates are giving people some nice high jump action for the price of admission.
As an offhand observation, the western slope 1A/2A/3A/4A programs are enjoying the best season I can remember since I've been coaching. There will be some serious state contenders among this cluster of teams.