Knightdale NC boys lead lots of great action that occurred this weekend! Keep checking back through tomorrow for more great coverage from around the US! (Photo by Jeff Sides)
4A Girls 800 Meters
Valor's Greg Popylisen crosses the finish line at 1:25.46, giving Valor the new state all-classification record for the 4x200. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Highlights from the 2013 Colorado State Track and Field Championships
Dakota Leazer, a state hurdle champion two years ago as a sophomore, is central to Fountain-Fort Carson's title hopes. Photo by Alan Versaw.
In some respects, sprinter Emily Romo is the forgotten Bruin, but a very important part of the picture for Cherry Creek nevertheless. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ashley VanVleet's speed at 400 and 800 meters has helped make Paonia the new Goliath on the 2A girls block. Photo by David Pressgrove.
5A Girls 300 Meter Hurdles Final
The coaches have voted. And, here is what they came up with as the top teams in each classification. Free content.
Valor's Spencer Jamison comes in as the top seed in the 400. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Erin Hooker surges past Jordyn Colter on the final lap. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Carly Feuerstein is one of the mainstays of a very impressive group of Thompson Valley relays. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Taylor Alexander is one of the reasons Vail Christian is among the team favorites heading into the 1A state meet. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Hurdler Matt Radich is one of the pieces of a fearsome Lyons track and field machine headed for Lakewood's Jeffco Stadium on May 16. Photo by Alan Versaw.
4A Boys 400 Meter Final
Eaton's 4x100 qualified for state with a 43.95 last spring, one of four 3A teams to qualify with a sub-44. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Want to send a 4x200 to state? Figure it's likely to take a 1:30 to get there. Want to make it to finals? That takes more like a 1:28. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Heritage Christian's Matthew McGinley owns the top seed in the 200 meter dash and the #2 seed in the 400 meter dash. Photo by Ted Simmons.
Nicole Montgomery and Megan Irvine made it to state last spring with 400 meter seed times of 56.58 and 57.35. Both were freshmen and figure to be back to state a few more times. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Zainab Sanni qualified for state last spring in the 100 with an 11.90 and a 200 with a 24.42, well ahead of most other entries in both events. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Paonia's 4x800 set a completely new standard for 2A girls 4x800s. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Taylor Alexander goes to 10-4 to win the 1A girls pole vault. Photo by Alan Versaw.
DJ Hanes should be back among the qualifying 4A triple jumpers this spring in what appears to be Wasson's final season of competition. Colorado Track XC file photo.
4A Boys 4x100 Meter Prelims
Lamar's Ashley Snyder found her way to state with qualifying marks of 12.89 (100) and 26.41 (200) last spring. She figures to be back at state again this year. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Kim's Tai Ann Nittler was one of six 1A girls to qualify for state in the 1600 with times below 6:00. As many of four of those six could be returning this year. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Mancos ran a 45.80 4x100 to qualify for last year's state meet. That was well ahead of the minimum mark of 47.22 required to get to state in that event. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Limon's Keturah Tatum earned state berths last spring in both hurdle events with times of 15.71 and 48.81. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Walsh's Terrell Stafford helped the Eagles to a classification-best 3:37.91 seed time in the 4x400, but any time at 3:48.83 or better got you into the 1A state meet. Colorado Track XC file photo.
State track and field heat sheets cannot be completed at this time due to missing athlete registrations. Coaches, if you have not completed your athlete registrations, please read.