4A Boys by Blake Mourer @bmourer
Cole Sprout ran away with the state title, and a new course record of 15:16.
Layla Roebke (center) and Taylor James (right) made it a 1-2 punch to give Niwot the state title.
Ares Reading (center) and Cruz Culpepper kicked late to finish 1-2 Saturday.
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Can anyone run with Cole Sprout?
The MileSplit50 No. 2 ranked Mountain Vista girls are well on a path toward claiming state
The Niwot girls will have a battle with Battle Mountain on their hands Saturday morning.
Peak to Peak may be able to sweep the team competition Saturday.
The Lyons girls are eyeing their third title in five years.
We compiled national notes from the Colorado state championships on Saturday
Kaylee Thompson and The Classical Academy ran away with Saturday's state titles.
Mason Norman defended his state title, and ran a new 3A course record of 15:33.
SkyView's Owen Nolan ran 16:36 for the fastest time by a freshmen at State.
Katie Fankhouser roared to victory.
Jenna Fitzsimmons ran away to defend her state title.
Seth Bruxvoort capped his high school cross country career with a state title.
Mountain Vista had three of the top four times run by the junior class at State.
Relive the sweat, the tears, and the grind of the 2018 Colorado State Cross Country Championships!
Glenwood's Henry Barth was No. 5 as a freshmen, and No. 2 as a senior.
Who runs over four minutes faster than they ran as a freshman at State? 2018 4A State Champ Layla Roebke.
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