Valor Christian claims the 2020 PowerMerge by a landslide.
Yasin Sado is headed to the University of Virginia!
Cole Sprout talked following his 4:02.42 full mile personal best.
Read Parker's Q&A!
We've got six photo galleries spanning all three days of action!
Eric Hamer's 8:58.97 from Arcadia is No. 4 on this list.
Bri Oakley and Lauren Gregory dipped under Elise Cranny's 3,200 state record at the 2017 State meet.
The next crop of long jumping stars are somewhere on this list!
Anna Hall on her way to setting the state record in the 300 hurdles in 2018. Hall ran 40.76.
ThunderRidge's 2019 SMR squad ranks No. 8 over the past decade.
Fountain-Fort Carson's 2013 squad is No. 2 over the past decade.
Durango's 4x800 dropped a 4A state record in dominating fashion.
Arria Minor ran 11.31 in the 100 to tie the state record on this day.
Valor's 2019 squad tops this list.
The lack of a track season isn't slowing down Riley Stewart or Bethany Michalak.
Isaac Roberts is headed to Colorado Christian University!
The 2014 Fort Collins 4x8 squad own the fastest time run in Colorado over the past decade.
The 2012 squads from Rangeview and Heritage make up two of the top three 4x400 squads over the past decade.
Read Claire's Q&A!
Check out the best last second leans from the 2018 Colorado State Track & Field Championships!
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Denver East leads the way with a 46.51 clocking from 2018.
Longmont's 2016 squad is the sixth fastest 4x200 team over the past decade.
Valor Christian's 3:41.89 is a clear four seconds ahead of everyone.
Max Manson nearly took down his dad's 33 year-old pole vault record at the St. Vrain Invitational last year.
Mountain Vista's 2019 squad is the fourth-fastest team over the past decade.
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Andrew Barlow's 16-8.5 is No. 2 behind Monarch teammate Max Manson.
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Read several Q&As from the Pomona throwers!