Cole Sprout blitzed the field in the 2 Mile for a dominating 8:46 victory.
Cian Quiroga improved by a staggering 14-8.5 from 2018 to 2019.
We've got all-time top marks by Colorado high school athletes in each event, in and out of state.
Maddy Ortman dropped 4.26 seconds from her 2018 best.
Sydney Holiday (center) is headed to Seattle for Brooks PR.
Erik Le Roux nearly captured his first GSW title this past weekend.
Cruz Culpepper is the top seed in the mile.
Yasin Sado is entered in the 800.
Zion Gordon won the 110H in a lean, and in a US No. 4 of 13.62.
Layla Roebke ran away with the steeplechase title Friday night.
Jordan Lanning captured the heptathlon title Friday afternoon.
Taylor James dropped the third-fastest 800 in the country barely a week ago.
Jasmine Charles (center) dropped just over a full second from her 2018 best.
Eaton's Scott Grable added 11 inches to his personal best this year.
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.