A seven-foot high jump clearance by Colt Sessions was the 4A standard for the decade.
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The Classical Academy's Rhys Ryba is the top returner in the state in the shot.
The Classical Academy's Erika Willis is the defending state champion in the pole vault, and the clear favorite to claim this year's ttle.
Canon City's 43.96 4x100 won the weekend for that relay, and the Tigers showed well in the overall team scoring of the weekend as well.
At 42-8, Josh Hernandez is the league's top returning triple jumper--and a pretty good long jumper, too.
On the final opportunity of the 2015 season, Katie Till and her sister Aubrey qualified for State together with PR marks in the 800. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Alexis Buckhaults helped extend a recent run of Canon City success in the hurdle events this spring with a state title in the 100 meter hurdles. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Ben Highfill will be carrying much of the weight of Pueblo South's state hopes on his shoulders. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Thomas Chaston held off a determined challenge from Doherty's Hayden Martinez all the way across the Royal Gorge bridge. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Abby Scott enters her junior year, a year full of hope and promise for her and her Durango teammates. Photo by Alan Versaw.
You can make a solid case for Vista Ridge as the 4A Boys team that did the most to improve their standing 2015 to 2016, but there's another very strong case to be made as well. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rampart's Robert Richardson introduced himself to this week's circle of winners with a last-lap pass of Doherty's Hayden Martinez. Photo by Alan Versaw.
While Andrea Willis has garnered most of the headlines, younger sister Erika has emerged as a solid pole vaulter in her own right. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ellie Enderle heads toward the finish line with a regional title in sight. Photo by Tim Hilt.
Taylor Stack adds a Coronado Cougar Classic crown to his list of conquests. Photo by Tim Hilt.
James Lee and Brock Dykema keyed a very strong opening weekend showing by Silver Creek. The Raptors get a chance to back that showing up at Saturday's Centaurus Invitational. Photos by Alan Versaw.
Alana and Sandra Dillinger figure as a sister tandem at the front of Woodland Park cross country this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If Canon City is to make an upward move this fall, Jamison Smith looks to be the guy to key that step forward. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sylvana Ross knows why it pays to be fast on the back straight of 400s at the Stutler Bowl. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Maya Evans posted the top 4A Girls long jump of the week, as she has done a time or two before this season. Photo by Alan Versaw.
We begin the preseason rankings with Class 4A.
If sprinters like Dacian Sullivan produce in a big way this spring, Canon City could be 2015's surprise team. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Alana Dillinger heads up a Woodland Park roster that could be making a strong move toward the top of the CSML 4A next fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Aubrey Till has been a major force in 4A cross country and track for four years; she seeks now to export her success to Abilene Christian University. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cheyenne Mountain's girls used a pack strategy to coast to a girls regional title on Thursday. Photo by Tim Hilt.
Aubrey Till cruises to a win at her home invitational on Thursday. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Paxton Smith and Tyler Matzke get most of the ink, but it's guys like Addison Hellier who keep the Mountain Vista team score low. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Like a lot of other folks, Veronica Brtek found herself battling for elbow room 500 meters into last year's state race, but her progression from this spring may have her running closer to the front of the field this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Running all alone at the end, Bailey Roth keeps a string of sub-16 finishes alive. Photo by Tim Hilt.
Word around town is that Aubrey Till's running is going very nicely this summer. Colorado Track XC file photo.
The fairway start of a Pueblo Central Invitational is always a stirring scene. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Zac McCoy didn't have the lead coming off the final turn of the 400, but he finishes better than most. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Josh Davis and Jessica Kleven broke onto the scene as freshmen last fall. Both appear to be headed toward outstanding high school careers. 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.
Canon City's Andrea Tuck won both the triple jump and the 100 hurdles at Saturday's Pueblo Centennial Invitational. Photo by Alan Versaw.