Fort Morgan's Haley Lewis returns as one of the best athletes in the state. She'll look to lead her team to another league title this year.
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Jonathan Rodriguez was a top threat in the 400 last spring and should be again this spring.
Andrew King beats Levi Chambers and Christian Fagerlin to the finish line in 3A Region 4.
David Fine takes favorite status into Friday's 3A Region 5 meet, and his team will be trying to make it a party of seven at State.
Addi Iken added to her season's list of wins with a dominating effort at Wiggins. File Photo.
Hannah Ellis got a slow start to her season owing to an injury from spring, but she has things pointed solidly in the right direction with a dominating win at the Patriot League meet on Saturday.
It's very likely that Pine Creek is back in 5A after next year's classification adjustments.
One of the teams that quietly had a very good meet this weekend was the Rock Canyon girls. Nina St. John and Shannon Osoba were a big part of that.
Buena Vista's Rossten Sherlock is one of an impressive array of freshmen already making a difference for their teams.
Ashten Loeks was first, but the rest of the Elizabeth order lurked not far behind. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Julia Romero is one of two Conifer sub-20s, and a big part of the reason the Lobos are a solid bet to advance to state. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ellie Fantauzzo opens a gap on Emma Willadsen en route to her first high school meet title. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Simon Kelati led his Greeley Central Wildcat teammates to an overpowering team title at the Greeley City XC Championships on Wednesday. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Sophia Maeda leads a sharply-improved Mead team this season. They get a larger stage to show something on Friday at Dave Sanders. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Isaac Roberts sets out on a journey to join, and even enhance, the legacy of older brothers Andrew and Paul at Saturday's running of the St. Vrain Invitational. Photos by Alan Versaw.
Ella Benkendorf stands tall on a list of last year's freshmen at Elizabeth who changed the fortunes of the cross country program. Photo by Alan Versaw.
This image from last fall's St. Vrain Invitational still tells you a great deal of what you need to know about 3A Girls cross country. Photo by Alan Versaw.
By the end of the spring season, Ashten Loeks was emerging as one of 4A top young milers. This fall, she gets unleashed on 3A. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Reagan Hausmann spent last school year as Lauren Ogg's understudy. This year, the responsibility on Hausmann's shoulders is much greater. Photo by Alan Versaw.
It's impossible to say now who the top Jeffco 4A runner will be this fall, but Charles Doebbler should be on your list of possibles. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Ben Anderson loves distance running. He also wants to be involved in his community. So when he learned that Conifer High School had an opening for a girls cross country coach earlier this year, he knew he would apply for the position. Anderson has since been hired as the Lady Lobos’ girls cross country coach, athletic director Angie Sanders said. He replaces Jeanie Boymel, who served as interim head coach in 2013. Tim LeCount stepped down after the 2012 season. Anderson joins Brian Stotts, the boys head coach. (via www.hightimbertimes.com)
Amy Leasure of Wheat Ridge and Cammy Sargent of Green Mountain figure to be key players in how the 4A Region 1 team race develops. Colorado Track XC file photos by Paul Jeager.
Green Mountain's Cammy Sargent proved herself as a leader last fall and will be counted on for big things for Green Mountain this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Only in the mountain region do you find meets with climbs like this one at Aspen's Chris Severy Invitational. Photo by Matt Scoggins.
The pack behind Jordyn Colter was pretty tight until Erin Norton (right) broke free. Photo by Kelli Noto.
Josie Warren is one of the leaders of a D'Evelyn team that has been running very well lately. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Centaurus and Evergreen started mixing it up early. Despite taking the first three places, Evergreen would succumb to the depth of the Warrior roster. Photo by Jim Reid.
A lone runner (who may be Evan Fortney--the form looks like his--but I'm not certain about that) negotiates the trails of the Pat Amato Classic on Friday. Photo by Cliff Jurgens.
With Alaina Anderson and Desmin Ramirez running, Pomona should keep a highly visible profile this fall. Colorado Track XC file photos.