Gallian Roberts takes flight over a hurdle. Photos by Jeff McCoy.
A different view on the hurdles. All photos by Jeff McCoy.
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Katie Rainsberger and Andrea Willis have already broken all-classification records this season. Maya Evans could potentially be the next 4A athlete to join that list. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Just when we thought that we might go a couple years without blazing, top-end sprint speed, Arria Minor arrives on the scene. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ben Kelley reveals some of the excitement of an approaching finish line with nobody close. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Danny Williams opened his state meet with a tie for fifth in the high jump. It got better from there. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Lutheran's devastating class of seniors includes hurdler/triple jumper Kharon Hall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Brie Oakley reintroduced lapping runners to the 5A 3200 en route to a new classification record in the event. Photo by Alan Versaw.
You can think of Taylor Carsten's 122-7 in the discus as yet another log on the Paonia bonfire. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Parker Joens gets most of the ink in the Platte Valley throws program, but it was James Baladez (above) and Morgan Smith who pushed the Broncos over the top to becoming 2016's 3A Royalty of the Rings. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Shane Gates won his first state title of the weekend in the 110 hurdles, but he wasn't nearly done yet. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Where hurdles are concerned, Alyssa Valko is accustomed to running from the front of the field. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
The freshman girls hurdlers at this year's state meet tended to come from smaller schools, with Cripple Creek-Victor's Jordan Lanning ranking near the top at 16.89. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Becca Schulte takes over Friday's 800 entering the final turn. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Attached here we have the rough draft of this year's state meet time schedule.
With five meters to go, the 3A Boys 1600 was still unresolved. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Matt Hanson was the picture of precision in the 110 hurdles prelims, and Lutheran is very much on schedule to repeat as 3A state champions. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Logan Stewart hits the sand en route to a state long jump crown. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Cooper Daniels on his way to the 2A Boys state pole vault title. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Have you wondered what Kent Harris or any of several dozen other athletes had on their mind after winning their events? Videos linked here! Photo by Alan Versaw.
Once again, Eaton finishes the year as one of the state's most powerful relay programs. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Senior Maggie Zielinski puts TCA in front to stay in the 4x400. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Andy Borunda had the 1A shot put competition well under control. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Annie Weaver was part of a long list of names that helped pile up 121 points for Heritage Christian Academy over the weekend. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Although Heritage Christian Academy didn't win many event titles on their way to a state championship, they did end up claiming the last title of the meet after a see-saw battle with Eads. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Oregon recruit won the Class 4A 800m, 1600m, 3200m and 4x800m relay
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