Shoncire Graham (center) dropped 1.49 seconds from her 200 this year.
Cole Sprout and Cruz Culpepper went 1-2 in the mile. Sprout ran a nation-leading 4:04.19 to win the mile, and Culpepper was just a stride behind in 4:04.82.
Ryan Zrubek dropped 2.75 seconds off his 2018 personal best.
Harrison Witt dropped a 1:52.87 for the fourth fastest 800 run by a sophomore in the country this season.
Julia Howe added 15 feet to her personal best.
Haxtun's Joey Gerk topped the list with a leap of over a second in the 100.
Riley Colby dropped nearly 13 seconds from her 2018 personal best.
David Cardenas was the first Colorado high schooler to enter Folsom Stadium.
Holden Tatman topped the sophomore class in the shot put.
Alexa Oatman topped the sophomore class in the pole vault.
What. A. Finish!
Ky Oday was the top freshman in the 400 at the state meet.
Avery Wright topped the freshmen class in the 100 and 200 at the state meet.
Kain Medrano capped his high school career with a state meet record in the discus.
Monika Williams (left) and Kaiya Firor (right) battled across three events. Firor claimed three state titles.
Gunnison's Kelita Baroumbaye went 47-0.75 in his first jump to win the triple jump.
The definition of leaving it all out on the track - what an incredible finish!
When You Drop 4A 800 State Meet Record
The moment you realize you're a STATE CHAMPION.