The Deep Dive For XC, 2018: 3A Girls

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Salida's Fern Clark emerged as one of 3A's top freshmen this year.

2017 In Review

2017 was all Peak to Peak. Although the Peak to Peak varsity didn't take the course all that often in 2017, they dominated all things 3A when they did. Steamboat Springs took second at the state meet, but the Sailors will be moving on to 4A in 2018. The Classical Academy, Holy Family, Alamosa, Elizabeth, and D'Evelyn formed a relatively tight cluster behind Peak to Peak and Steamboat Springs.

Looking Ahead to 2018

To check out what the virtual meets say, take a quick detour here.

Teams such as Denver North and Steamboat Springs move out of 3A into 4A, thinning out the 3A Girls pool a little, but there should still be plenty of strong teams to go around. The $64,000 question, though, is whether anyone can close the gap on Peak to Peak

To step through the accounts of the projected top teams for 2018, keep clicking on Next. We begin with Peak to Peak, this year's defending champion.