Isaac Harris will look to help Sterling defend their league title this year.
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Andrew King beats Levi Chambers and Christian Fagerlin to the finish line in 3A Region 4.
Ashley Hinojos headlines Brush's hopes to return to making state meet team trips a standing tradition in Brush.
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.
Emma Willadsen leads an Eaton team that could have some regional redemption in mind for this fall. 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.
Despite some adverse conditions, it didn't take long for Josiah Davis and Isaiah Remington to assert control over the lead of the race. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Sargent's Makayla Garcia ran to the individual title at the Eric Wolff Invitational on Friday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Everyone you saw for Frontier Academy last year is back this year--only stronger and faster. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jennifer Bowles (center) figures as an important cog in the machine if Frontier Academy is to be the top team in the Patriot League this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Like so many other athletes this week, Asia-Marie Kelly earned her way to state with solid performances this weekend. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
McKenzie Reiher and her Eaton teammates have a tall order in front of them to chase down both Frontier Academy and Estes Park next fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Josiah Davis comes back for his senior season next fall, and that's bound to be a headache for the rest of the Patriot League. Photo by Ashley Green.
Isaiah Dilka's return to racing last week came as a strong positive indicator for University heading into regionals. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Sabine Lindler had two nice medal finishes on grinder courses in as many days this weekend. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Cody Jones is one of several Frontier Academy Wolverines you didn't hear much from last fall but who figure to be fully prepped to step into crucial roles this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Jeff Marcus takes a moment with his regional champion girls team of 2011. Contributed photo.
McKenzie Reiher and Lily Tomasula-Martin had a big impact on 3A distance running as freshmen. Their impact figures to even bigger this year as sophomores. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Not only is Jeff Marcus a successful businessman, he is a successful cross country coach.Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Coach Marcus has had an extensive run with cross country. (via www.brushnewstribune.com)
Sterling will have some reloading to do next fall, but Isaac Bernatchez should be a nice one to rebuild around. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Greg Eccher paces with Jake Erickson for a few moments before taking over at his home invitational. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Brush has long benefitted from the contributions of athletes from neighboring schools without cross country. Ryan Dollerschell figures to be making a large contribution of that kind this fall. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
For being in a land of wide-open spaces, things can get a little cozy on the Wiggins starting line. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Winning the 3A state title this fall was a highlight for the Western State-bound Brush senior. Contributed photo.
Ty Koenig paces an Alamosa team that could be very dangerous this fall as Coach Larry Zaragoza chases state title number seven. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Grayson Bundick returns for his senior season at Faith Christian next spring. Don't get caught underestimating the Eagles' chances. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The league meets are now done. The big event is nearly upon us.
Despite a little lead bike misdirection, Kirk Webb recovered for the win at 5A Region 3, followed by Greeley West's Evert Finger. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Some great individual performances were eclipsed by their meaning within the context of team.
Kiah Leonard, Mercy Bowen, Betzabeth Garcia, Victoria Milano, and Birdie Hutton stake out an early lead at the Wiggins Invitational. In the end, Hutton would lead them all. Photo by Mario Garcia.
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.
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.
Niwot's Nick Harris chased down Broomfield's Ben Forsee for the individual title, but Broomfield won the boys' team title going away. Photo by Alan Versaw.
At 2.5 miles, Faith Christian's Evan Fortney briefly takes over the lead from Anthony Rios of Brush. The move, however, would prove to be premature as Rios would later reclaim the lead to win the small school race. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Anthony Rios and Victoria Milano bring a lot of state experience and savvy back for the Brush Beetdiggers. Colorado Track XC file photos.
If you can names the girls of this row of the Liberty Bell 3200 start, you're up-to-speed on Colorado distance. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Natalie Anderson led a stellar freshman class for Hotchkiss that brought the school its best finish at state since 2002. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Alamosa boys have consistently produced a great pack time this season, helping to make them a favorite for the 3A title. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Desmin Ramierez, Alex Pawlak, Gerardo Rodriguez, Nic de Herrera, and Jack Burger mix it up at the front of the pack at Friday's Pat Amato Classic. Photo by Kelli Noto.
Shelby Stableford surprised a few fans of cross country--and her coach--by cruising to a 12-second victory at the St. Vrain Invitational on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Brandi Krieg is one of several seniors looking to take ownership of the 3A girls individual title in 2010. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Garrett Smith and Lori Weirich of Eads have been on a roll of late. Each is atop of the 2A discus rankings. Photos contributed by John Weirich. Rocky Ford's Amber Lowther is a legitimate threat to win all three jump titles in 2A girls. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Beth Jones of Eaton is the defending state champion in both horizontal jumps, but is still waiting for the wind to cooperate for a legal long jump mark this season. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
Jordan Montera of Pueblo West battles Chad Palmer of Alamosa for position in the final quarter mile. Photo by Eric Flores.
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.
Chiara Del Piccolo, Johanna Reed, and Brandi Krieg gave western slope cross country fans plenty to cheer about last fall. They're all back this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.