Pomona's Emma Stutzman kicked hard for the victory.
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By midway through the race, there were no challengers left for Cole Sprout and Easton Allred.
Broomfield's Sydney Swanker and Lauren Felknor went 1-2 to elevate their squad to a runner-up finish.
Rangeview's Luke Sundberg kicked for a 15:52 victory.
Maggie Smith and Samrawit Dishon lead Niwot to a perfect 15.
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Boulder freshman Stella Veith kicked hard for the win Saturday morning.
Cruz Culpepper beat a stacked field to claim the course record.
Lily Margolis jumped 17-7.25 at the Boulder Snow Invite for a huge new personal best this past weekend.
Claudia Burgess will head to Oregon next fall to compete for the Ducks
Boulder's Lauren Neugeboren returns as the one of the best milers in the state. She'll be among a stacked field of distance runners in the Front Range League.
The good news for Monarch is that half of this twosome is back this spring. The bad news is that half of it is not.
Ben Morrin is a key element in a very deep group of returning runners for Dakota Ridge next fall.
Check out what's going down across the country this weekend in this edition of the Weekend Rundown.
Andrew King beats Levi Chambers and Christian Fagerlin to the finish line in 3A Region 4.
The Albuquerque Academy and Rio Rancho girls mixed things up nicely at the Albuquerque Metro Championships, with AA taking top honors.
Chase Dornbusch charges to the finish line, just out of the reach of William Dixon.
Isabella Bowland and Claudia Burgess kept the lead between themselves until Bowland broke away later in the race.
There are few spectacles in Colorado high school cross country at stirring as the St. Vrain start.
Lukas Haug had a nice freshman debut for Boulder on Friday.
Buena Vista's Rossten Sherlock is one of an impressive array of freshmen already making a difference for their teams.
Thomas Chaston works to fend off a late challenge from Cal Banta in the 4A Boys Race.
Platte Valley's Andrew King won the battle in 3A Region 4, but Cody Jones and Frontier Academy won the war. Photos by Ron Eberhard.
Broomfield's girls packed it up, ran relaxed, and still came away with the Front Range League title in Colorado. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Individual qualifiers are likely to be in short supply for 5A Region 3, but Greeley West's Andrew Wethington will be one to watch in that regard. Photo by Alan Versaw.
With about a mile to go, the race will still up for grabs, but the remaining contenders had dwindled a bit. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Highland's girls took a big win, and an even bigger trophy, out of this weekend's Doug Conley meet. Photo by Irving Girabaldi.
Emma Willadsen is the first face of the Eaton Red Scourge sweeping across northeastern Colorado. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Lauren Neugeboren is a key member of a Boulder team that is much better than preseason projections suggested. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Drew Seidel and Cale Englert battle to a photo finish at the front of the Division 2 Boys race at the John Martin Invitational on Friday. Photo by Scott Chamberlin.
When Isabella Bowland toes the Broomfield starting line on Friday, she will be one of the favorites to win it all. 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.
While we've been waiting to see the real Mountain Vista team, Monarch gave some proof they will be heard from this season. Here, Charlie Perry forms the middle of a 2-3-4 finish for Monarch at Centaurus on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The view from second place at the Battle Mountain Invitational. Contributed photo.
Meet Boulder's Anna Tenorio, a senior who debuted on Friday with a 19:26. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Rock Canyon has officially arrived as a certifiable contender. Look for this team tearing up courses around the state this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Alamosa's boys won the school's sixth team title in cross country this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ivy Gonzales tasted a team state title last fall. But, did the taste make Broomfield satisfied or give them an insatiable hunger for more? Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sean Riedel and his Boulder teammates have some unfinished business from last year to take care of this fall. Will they get it done? Photo by Alan Versaw.
Audrey Lookner returns for her fourth and final high school cross country campaign this fall. Few have seen the kind of success over a high school career that she has. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Henry Raymond's 9:22 in the 3200 went to the top of the 5A charts and to #2 overall on the season. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Brock Knechtel had a PR of nearly 18 feet to claim the Boulder County discus title. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Joseph Manilafasha, a two-time state champion and one of the best the state has ever seen. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Long after most former state champions have hung up the spikes, Melody Fairchild is still at it, and going strong. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Gage Hornung and Boulder will be among those taking shots at stopping Mountain Vista from a fifth-consecutive team title next fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Isaac Green puts his head down and pushes past Jake Mitchem for the 5A Boys crown. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The top six finishers at Colorado 5A Region 5 all wore Mountain Vista green. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
The Arapahoe tandem of Steven Goldy and Mason Brevig will take their whacks at the 5A boys individual title in a crowded field of contenders. Colorado Track XC file photo by Jeff McCoy.
Things got off to a cautious and tactical start in the 5A Region 3 boys race. Photo by Ashley Green.
The American Fork girls celebrate a regional title and take aim at state next week. Contributed photo.
Sean Riedel and Sam Primozich led Boulder to a dominating team title at Friday's running of the Pat Amato Classic. Photo by Ashley Green.
Will Handley's second-place finish was a key piece in the stunning Timpanogos upset at Bob Firman on Saturday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Holly Bent was all business winning the Pat Patten girls title on Saturday. Photo by Ashley Green.
Kyra Hanson picked up her debut high school meet title this weekend at Platte Valley. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Ryan Sandoval leads a very good Pecos (NM) team that's been coming in for a lot of small-school attention in the Southwest region. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Neither Ivy Gonzales nor Ben Dingman won individual titles, but they led their respective teams to big victories just the same. Photos by Ashley Green.
Monarch was the most notable mover off of opening weekend performances.
Claudia Burgess was the lone Boulder girl under 20 minutes, but it was enough to get things started on a season-opening win for the Panthers. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The names and faces in the 5A preseason polls are familiar names and faces.
Blake Salvador is a name on a long list of Fort Collins names that can close the door on your hopes and dreams. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If you remember this scene from late in last year's state race, you already know a lot about the Killer Bs of the Front Range League. Photo by Alan Versaw.
It could very easily be that the Rio Rancho girls end up as the youngest team on the NXR-SW starting line, but it would be a mistake to underestimate them on account of that. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Do you like showdowns? They don't come prepackaged much better than this one. Photos by Ashley Green, Alan Versaw.
When it came down to the final battle for third in 5A Region 3, Karina Mann, Cami Kennedy, and Claudia Burgess were all still in it. Photo by Ashley Green.
Early in the race, Megan Mooney and Lauren Neugeboren and Madison Mooney were keeping it close with Maya Browning, but it wouldn't end up that way. Photo by Ashley Green.
Holly Bent led a storm of Monarch Coyotes to the Liberty Bell finish line on Friday. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
It's a crowded start at Liberty Bell, no matter which race. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Though Zachary Alhamra would push the pace early, it was Paul Roberts who eventually took the win and tied Cerake Geberkidane's course record. Photo by Ashley Green.
Dominic Compoz has been a big contributor since his freshman year. This year he gets the opportunity to make his last and biggest contribution. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Satchel Caldwell showed a thing or two in track this spring and he and his Boulder teammates are a group you want to keep an eye on. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
It's been Monarch's region for a few years running, but Morgan Aurich, Lilly Stumb, and Zetta Mason are three examples of why the Coyotes might be sneaking glances back over their shoulders this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Paul Moore leads a ThunderRidge team that just keeps getting better. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
A second-place finisher at this year's state cross country meet, Erin McLaughlin is anxious to take her race to Ithaca, New York. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Add Abby Cohen to the ever-expanding list of Legacy standouts. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Fossil Ridge's Keaton Schelir hung with some dangerous company until deep into this year's state race; history suggests those are the guys who become dangerous themselves next year. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Connor Weaver and Zachary Alhamra battled for a long time at last Thursday's regional race before Alhamra broke away for the win. Photo by Mark Weeks.
One of the bigger pieces of news out of Colorado this weekend was the return to action of Bailey Roth, immediately enhancing Coronado's status as a player. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If you were figuring on the Arvada West girls rolling over and playing dead for the Jeffco 5A title, you'd be sadly mistaken about that. Photo by Della Moore.
I was almost dead certain that Mountain Range's colors were Columbia blue and black (just like my old high school) until I saw this photo. Photo by Ken Regan.
There were some serious rumblings across the Southwest region last weekend. We'll try here to explain what all those rumblings were all about.
Pine Creek's Sered sisters keep a steady pace at the Coronado Cougar Classic, while ThunderRidge keeps a presence only a few strides behind. Photo by Tim Hilt.
Dismiss it as coincidence or ignore it if you must, but for many of us, the exceptional round of performances at Coronado and John Martin this past weekend uncovers a deep well of questions and speculation.
Cherry Creek and Fort Collins celebrate a 2-1 finish at John Martin, reversing their order of finish two weeks earlier at Cherry Creek. Photo by Daniel Joiner.
Although Liberty Bell has a regional and national reputation for speed, it isn't necessarily easy to get off the starting line cleanly. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Daniel Book leads a strong Cherry Creek team at the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Pomona's Marcel Laguera set the tone for his season by dominating the 5A boys field. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Through the barns (optional) and into the creek (non-optional) you go... Colorado Track XC file photo.
You may remember this group of girls that hammered from the front end of last year's NXR-SW championship race. Three of the four will be back this fall, but the selection of teams at the top may be different this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Kyle Lewis figures to be among the top talents in 5A Region 3 this fall. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
It's always competitive as soon as the gun sounds at the St. Vrain Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Daniel Book's strength at middle distances gives Cherry Creek a big boost in the 1600 analysis. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If you're a fan of 5A girls cross country, you already recognize most of these faces--and you realize that they're all back for more this year. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Jose Garcia and Joshua Joseph are two key elements in a Thornton team that has some potential to create a little havoc in the 5A ranks this fall. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
With girls like Devynn Miller rising through the ranks, it's tough to see much of a let-up for Fort Collins next fall. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Dakota Ridge seems to be a team perpetually on the cusp on greatness. Can Carson Hume and company take it to the next level next year? Photo by Paul Jaeger.
This week, Cory Munsch and Marcelo Laguera will be battling to send their teams to state. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Clayson Shumway had the lead over Alec Brudzinski as they passed by the camera on Friday evening, but the ultimate victory went to Brudzinski. Photo by Ashley Green.
Isabelle Kennedy was the star of the show running in her high school's own backyard. Photo by Ashley Green.
The Los Alamos, New Mexico, boys stunned the field at the Desert Twilight Sweepstakes race on Friday evening. Photo by Margot Kelly.
The Desert Vista boys took their show to California this weekend, facing some of the top boys teams in the nation. Photo by Margot Kelly.
Alec Brudzinski is part of a very solid lead pack for Cherry Creek's Bruins. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The day's races begin with Kiah Leonard in the lead. She would keep that lead.
Kaitlyn Benner personified the quality of consistency for Monarch last fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Erin McLaughlin joined a long and distinguished line of Boulder front runners this spring. She'll be counted on to lead this team in the fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Up until about mid way through the state race, 2A girls cross country was all about Nederland and Telluride. It figures to be a good deal more inclusive this fall, and the Nederland dynasty will be in a fight for its very existence. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
For Sam Lewis and Kirk Webb, there are no more years to wait. It's a matter of do or do not in their senior seasons. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Taylor Floming returns to help key another very strong Monarch team this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Things you, too, may have wondered about and not have known.
Emily Wolff had a great freshman campaign for Arapahoe. Continued success in her sophomore season will help to keep Arapahoe at or near the top of the pile in 5A girls. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cheyenne Mountain's boys executed a near-perfect patient pack strategy to dominate the Colorado 4A boys state championship. Photo by Alan Versaw.
"I'll match your two strides with three of mine." Photo by Alan Versaw.
One race everyone will be watching with interest on Saturday is the 5A girls showdown between Monarch, Fort Collins, and Boulder (not shown). Photo by Alan Versaw.
Los Alamos: New Mexico's green wall of girls. Photo by Blake Wood.
Colleen Koenig's third-place finish helped to lead Arapahoe to the Centennial League title on Thursday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
That look of confidence on Kelsey Lakowske's face isn't necessarily good news for the rest of the 5A field. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Rio Rancho's Caleb Rubalcaba had the weekend off, but has been running the competition ragged in New Mexico this fall. Photo contributed by Sal Gonzales.
Just a few guys you should be seeing a lot more of as the month winds down. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Action from this weekend's Glenwood Springs Invitational, where Durango ran away with the girls' title. Photo by Mike Schneiter.
Clayton Young has stepped up in a big way for American Fork over the last three weeks. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Boulder brings an excellent pack time and favorite status into the Division I girls race at Liberty Bell. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Welcome to the Lions' Den: Alhambra's season has been going very nicely to date. Photo by Margot Kelly.
Galena's Bryan Jordan opened up his season with a nice win at the Jim Vanden Heuvel Twilight Classic. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Columbine's Will Kincaid made it look easy at the Lori Fitzgerald Memorial. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If you can't spot a few contenders for the individual state title in this photo, you aren't very familiar with 5A girls cross country. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A quick little tour of the best of cross country and track and field in Colorado for the year 2009. Colorado Track XC file photo.
It will be a new set of legs going by next fall, but it's still the same sport scored the same way. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Colorado has sent a lot of individuals, and a lot of teams, to Foot Locker Nationals and NTN/NXN. More than you might think. Photo by Jeff Bliven.
Jordan Montera of Pueblo West battles Chad Palmer of Alamosa for position in the final quarter mile. Photo by Eric Flores.
Scott Fauble (Wheat Ridge), David Perry (Niwot), Connor Winter (Arapahoe), and Dusty Solis (Coronado) each rank among Colorado's top male runners. Photo by Cliff Jurgens.
Still undefeated on the season, Boulder's Kelsey Lakowske posted a huge win at the Front Range Conference meet in Loveland. Photo by Jim Lewis.
Coronado's Dusty Solis and Arapahoe's Connor Winter break away from the pack at Thursday's Coronado Cougar Classic. Photo by Mark Weeks.
For the third week in a row, Scott Fauble takes home a major meet title. Photo by Rick Wilson.
It wasn't long into the girls race before Boulder and TCA were locking horns. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The NXN SW 2008 boys championship race at one mile. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Get used to the faces you see at the front of this pack. They'll be causing trouble for other teams all season long. Photo by Jim Lewis
You can figure on finding Sam Lewis, Rachel Viger, and Kelsey Lakowske at the front of the pack again this year. Photo by Jim Lewis.
TCA's Sam Feldotto opens up an early lead that he would never relinquish en route to winning the St. Vrain Invitational in 16:16.