Remember Kristina Fischer and Courtney Griego from a few meets up the list here? They ran in the same race in this meet, with Fischer taking the 200 in 26.62 and Griego second in 26.72.
If you don't know about the Mann twins from Monarch, you probably should. If you run the girls 800 in 5A, you probably already know about the twins. Karina ran 2:16.96 and Elissa ran 2:17.30. If we get any more ringers in the 800 named Karina, somebody is going to start thinking there's an association here.
Janelle Lincks had a nice cross country season for Horizon, and the upward climb continues. Latest on her list of accomplishments is a 5:21.10 1600. If you can't use a few more of those on your team you coach at a very, very short list of high schools.
Hinkley's Baja Robinson joined the 40-foot shot put club with a heave of 40-10. That's a trendy club these days with lots of people working their way in (just not as many as the 150+ discus club).
Adding more weight to the already weighty St. Vrain Valley School District pole vault aura were three Silver Creek pole vaulters at 13-0 or higher: Scott Baldwin, Austin Metzner, and Erik Monahan. You could almost, but not quite, host the 4A boys state pole vault championship off-site at Everly-Montgomery field. Who does the pole vault coaching up there, anyway?
Oh yes, Evergreen's distance boys had a nice outing with Sam Sahli winning the 1600 and Jackson Sayler the 3200. I had thought of Sayler as more of an 800 type, but apparently he has range.