Buena Vista returns the third fastest squad in 2A.
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Joel Schluessler and Peyton return as the third fastest squad in 2A.
Mia Prok was, hands down, the fastest freshman girl at the National High School Trail Championships. We take a broader look at this year's freshman class here.
Isaac Roberts captured his first cross country state title in dominating fashion.
The Lyons Lions appear to be in prime position to sweep 2A.
University's white uniforms stood out, but that wasn't what stood out most about the Bulldogs today.
Rye's Audrey Maroney is a rising star in 2A.
Lyons enters the 2019 season as the fastest returning squad.
Cherokee Trail remains firmly in the No. 2 spot in 5A.
Seth Bruxvoort and Levi Kilan lead a stellar Heritage Christian squad.
Buena Vista's Michael Morgan returns as the top returner in 2A in the 100, No. 2 returner in the 400, and No. 4 returner in the high jump.
If Salida is to repeat as league champions this year, senior Rebekah Earhart figures as a pivotal piece in that effort.
Ashlyn Alvey added some immediate scoring punch for the Rocky Ford girls in her first high school meet.
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.
Distance leader Christian Fagerlin holds one of the keys if Resurrection is to rise to the top of the pile next year.
Both North Canyon girls and boys teams took home the D2 State Championship Trophies this past Saturday at Mesa Community College.
One of the keys to Lyons' strength is a very strong pole vault presence, including here Logan Kuskie.
Berlin VanNess's mismatched socks and big day were two big reasons Buena Vista is on our radar screen after week one of competition.
Salida isn't necessarily going to knock one out of the park in every event, but they can score well across a frightening spectrum of events with athletes like Abby Ceglowski.
Rocky Ford brings back-to-back meet titles into the state meet on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
Of course, Jacklynn Snyder will be aiming to help Rocky Ford qualify for state, but the Meloneers might have more in mind for their regional. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Josh Torres got the individual and team title earlier this week at the Sterling Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Expect the remainder of the season to be a bit more focused for Soleil Gaylord now that World Mountain Running is in the rear-view mirror. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jacquelin Alvey, who attends Fowler High School, had a strong freshman campaign for Rocky Ford and should be important to the Meloneers' team success once again 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.
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.
Colin Cannon took his home meet title in 16:55, dragging a lot of water weight with him. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
In the summer, Buena Vista's Lynzi Doke has gained a reputation as one of the state's top burro racers. Photo courtesy of Kelly Doke.
Jacob Rogers earned three state meet medals this past school year and will likely be counted on for another this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sam Hopfe helped Woodland Park to a team title in Salida on Saturday with an individual title of his own. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Sabine Lindler had two nice medal finishes on grinder courses in as many days this weekend. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
In a region unusually deep in talent, Jericho Ulibarri and Jake Rogers are two of the best. Colorado Track XC file photos by Paul Jaeger.
Taryn Ceglowski enjoyed a breakout season in track and figures to be playing a still larger role on the cross country team this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
2014 should be a good year for Vanguard to move up into the Tri-Peaks as they bring a solid roster, including Jenneah Lenzini and Jenny Smith, back next fall. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
It was a spectacularly loaded field for Thursday's Coronado Cougar Classic girls race. Photo by Tim Hilt.
If Evan Walters is healthy again this fall, count on him being among the region's top competitors. 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.
Phoebe Powell passes the baton to Lauren McDonald on Salida's winning 4x800 meter relay. Photo by Sarah Hudelson.
Kinsey Cichowitz is, hands down, one of the top runners in the region, but you don't always know in advance if she'll be racing. Colorado Track XC file photo.
The solitude of the leader. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Grayson Bundick returns for his senior season at Faith Christian next spring. Don't get caught underestimating the Eagles' chances. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Last year, Ian Boucher and Kelsi Lasota served notice that they'll be having an impact on Colorado high school cross country for a few years to come. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Tiffany Confer, Buena Vista High School, competed in the 1600 and 3200 races at the Florence Husky Invitational today, finishing fifth in the 3200 in a time of 14:00. 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.
Thomas Hoffman of Platte Canyon leads the 3A 800 field around turn 3 at last year's state meet. Photo by Alan Versaw
With the boys scattered across 7 division in most events the girls are a little different. Three Footlocker Cross Country finalist will be competing in the 5A-I division for the state title in the 1600 and 3200m races. The 1600 is scheduled for Saturday evening and top seeded sophomore Jessica Tonn (Xavier Prep,4:52.44) will be racing Nadya (Mountain Ridge, 5:05.17) and Nastia (Mountain Ridge, 5:06.04) Bishton along with teammate, Sarah Penney (junior, Xavier Prep, 4:54.74). All four runners plus freshman, Kristina Vanderhout, will face each other in the 3200 event tomorrow evening. Lindsay Prescottfrom Sandra Day O'Connor will be hoping to add a few more state titles (4A Division I) to an already impressive resume.