What do you get with a meet with 25 teams and six entries per event? A very long meet. Since Potts Field doesn't have lighting, they resorted to a tested and true strategy of years gone by to finish (well, sort of) the meet--car headlights shining on the track. Apparently, the idea wasn't a raving success as they finally decided to bag the 4x400s after the 3200s had finished.
And, speaking of 3200s, there may be a misidentified runner in the results. Somebody in the girls race ran 11:16.92, but we haven't determined if it was Betzabeth Garcia or Alaina Anderson. At least if we have, we aren't saying yet.
If you see the name of Raymond Bozmans three times below, that's because he had a very nice season-opening meet and probably not due to some TBI that has messed with your vision. If you see his name five times, then perhaps you want to consider the TBI possibility. All in all, looking at the Fort Collins results, you have to be impressed. Jacob Hanks, Stephen Palmier, Katie Weber, Erin Hooker, and a couple relay teams each had very nice meets in addition Bozmans.
It looks as if Birdie Hutton has been doing some serious middle distance training over the winter. I labeled her a prohibitive favorite in the 1A distance events less than a week ago, and she did nothing to make those prognositications look premature.
Oh, and that must have been a nice showdown between Kirk Webb and Alfredo Lebron in the 800. Mid 1:50s in March? Wow.