This weekend at The Texas Relays many of the best teams in Texas and some top national relays will compete in each event.
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Grab the popcorn, and prepare to be entertained!
Yonas Mogos and Luke Sundberg will battle for the individual title this year.
Rangeview's Danielle Lewis returns as one of the best sprinters in the state. She'll give Rangeview the firepower to challenge for the league title this year.
Darrien Wells figures to be one of the go-to guys for the Hinkley program this spring.
Angel Heredia came into his own as a hurdler this spring and helped Hinkley make a couple of giant strides forward in their program. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rounding the first turn at the Arvada West Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Gabby Pajak and Toni Stoll, Pagosa's dynamic duo--between them, they accounted for 72 points at Saturday's Intermountain League meet. Photo by Aaron Lorenzen.
In a race with big state team title implications, Loveland's Kaylee Packham edges ahead of Katie Weber and Haley Brogan. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Expect to see more of Raymond Bozmans coming off the 200 meter turn at state. Photo by Ashley Green.
Alexa Chacon had the distinction of breaking the 3A 100 hurdles mark twice on Saturday morning. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jesus Herrera and Jen Lehr both had the kind of seasons last fall that make you eager to see what they can accomplish this fall. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Lindsey Stindt is one of the big reasons that neither Lyons nor Akron may come in as the 2A girls favorite next spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Last year, Andrew Proebstle and his Rifle teammates were competing in 4A. This year, they threaten to take over 3A. Contributed photo.
In what has become an annual rite of passage, runners negotiate the water crossing at the Prairie View Invitational (photo by Bill Stahl).