Falcon High School Falcon, CO, USA

Falcon High School

10255 Lambert Falcon, CO, USA
(719) 495-5536

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4A Region 2 Preview Alan Versaw Oct 19, 2016

In a region dominated by Air Academy, Pine Creek, and Palmer Ridge, Ashley Polk could be potentially the only individual qualifier. Photo by Alan Versaw.

Week in Review: Gremlins in the Works Alan Versaw Mar 18, 2013

At Monarch High School, it's not always clear who the lead horse on the team is. This weekend, it was Kaitlyn Benner, who won the 1600 at the Runners Roost of Fort Collins in 5:14, but it could just as easily be someone else next weekend. Depth is a nice problem to have. Photo by Ashley Green.

Week 5 in Review Alan Versaw Oct 2, 2011

Monarch's girls and a few bold enough to run with them pass under the shade of an enormous tree at Saturday's Pat Patten Invitational in Boulder. Photo by Jeff McCoy.

Scouting El Paso County Alan Versaw Aug 21, 2011

Colorado Springs has been home to a lot of top cross country talent for a long time. Hannah Everson and Bryce Gregoire run in that tradition. Colorado Track XC file photos.

4A Boys by the Fours Alan Versaw May 11, 2009

Broomfield's Trent Ireland is a threat to win a state sprint title sometime. If not this year, then certainly next. Photo by BroomfieldFan.

Week Two Summary Sep 7, 2008

Boulder's Kelsey Lakowske was one of four girls to finish sub-19 at the St. Vrain Invitational on Saturday. Lakowske's finishing time was 18:52.

Cross Country Preview: 4A Boys (updated 07/22) Alan Versaw Jul 18, 2008

The face of 4A boys cross country is as much changed as any classification in the state. Battle Mountain is back to defend its repeat state championship, but the odds against it seem long. Traditional power Liberty has departed to 5A, but for anyone looking to take advantage of Liberty's departure, there's the troubling little issue of Wheat Ridge coming down from 5A. Nature, we are told, abhors a vacuum.   At left, Falcon's dynamic duo of Wes Rickman and Kevin Johnson in their accustomed position--out in front.