Max Manson went 17-5.5 to win the New Balance Nationals Indoor title.
Niwot's third-place finish led a banner day for Colorado at Nike Cross Nationals
Arria Minor added the 100 to her resume of state records.
Taylor James not only swept the state in the 200, 400, and 800, but she ran a US No. 7 2:05.
Zion Gordon dropped a US No. 4 at Great Southwest.
Cole Sprout and Cruz Culpepper topped a stellar field to both run 4:04 for a full mile.
The Valor girls stunned the country with an eight-place finish at NXN.
Arapahoe stunned three nationally ranked squads to claim the 5A state title.
Dakota Ridge and Mountain Vista collectively own six of the Top 10 fastest team averages of the decade.
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Mountain Vista owns two of the top-three fastest team averages since 2010.
The 2019-2020 Indoor season is underway!
Connor Ohlson capped his season ranked No. 6 on the MileSplit 50.
Cole Sprout is Colorado's fastest runner over the past decade (and ever).
Rock Canyon's Riley Masten is headed to the University of Nebraska!
Skyline alumni Deshon Elcock ran a 6.76 PR in the 60 at UCCS.
Kristina Willis is the No. 2 returned this season with an 11-7 from last year.
Bethany Michalak dominated the girl's 13-14 division with a 31-second victory.
Cherry Creek's Parker Wolfe rallied late to finish 15th in 15:37.
Madeleine Burns is headed to Princeton!
Cross country is not over yet!
Harlie Medrano tops the girl's shot put list.
The 2019-2020 indoor season has launched out of the blocks!
Yasin Sado finished 46th at Nike Cross Nationals Saturday.
Dakota Ridge and Niwot were two of four teams to nab a top-10 finish after getting an At-Large berth.
The Niwot girls shocked the country, again, with a third-place finish!
Valor's Sadie McMullen is headed to the University of Wyoming!
Cole Nash is headed to Alaska-Anchorage!
Valor Christian girls head to Nike Cross Nationals as a big time Dark Horse.
Mia Manson is the top returning long jumper in the state.