Neither Landry Cogburn nor Marissa Smith was able to propel their respective teams to a state championship, but both produced some unforgettable moments last weekend. Photos by Alan Versaw.
For one final weekend of their high school careers, Lindsey Hubbard and Devon White made a little magic happen on the track. Photos by Alan Versaw.
It was a stellar year for hurdles--and nowhere more so than in the 4A classfication--and so it seems fitting that Trevor Brown and Kita Alvares finished it with spectacular state meets. Photos by Alan Versaw.
Six first-place medals between them--Olivia Anderson and Connor Winter. Photos by Alan Versaw.
Catching Akron meant somehow compensating for all the points the Rams put up on relays. Nobody was able to do that. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Brandon Parson's victory in the 400 meters was one of several essential elements in Fountain-Fort Carson's drive toward the state championship. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A balanced team effort returned a state track and field title to the town of Burlington. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rounding the final turn of the 800, it was Samantha Berggren and Emily LaValley. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ben Hinckfoot opens a huge gap on the third leg of TCA's 4x400 relay. Photo by Alan Versaw.
In what may have been the finest race of the entire 4A state meet, Wasson's Trevor Brown beats Longmont's Aaron Praska in Saturday's 4A 300 hurdles finals. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Windsor came into the state meet with a reputation for being strong in the sprint relays. They lived up to that reputation but only managed to win one relay--the 4x200. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Although Loveland's 4x400 would eventually bow to Littleton, it was Loveland's relays that gave them a 2010 state track and field title. Photo by Alan Versaw.