Kylie Simshauser is establishing a new order of things in southern Colorado girls cross country.
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Adrian Behena checks in as the Southern Peaks' top returning sprinter.
Destiny Patrick and Emilee Haefeli are two key returners for a Del Norte team that lost a lot to graduation last spring.
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.
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.
Camille Ruggles is one of the top returning runners for next year's 2A, and her Center team figures to be able to score regardless of the scoring model adopted for next year. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Maria Montes comes over from Sangre de Cristo in the fall to spearhead the favored team from Sargent. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Logan Sessums spearheads what figures to be a sharply-improved Sargent attack this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Joel Villagomez of Center finished second in 2A boys in 2009, the San Luis Valley's highest finish since Aucencio Martinez in 1999. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Gavin Palmer and Diana Miller-ter Kuile rank as the top returning runners in the San Luis Valley. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Jordan Montera of Pueblo West battles Chad Palmer of Alamosa for position in the final quarter mile. Photo by Eric Flores.
Alamosa's Lauren Martin leads a pack up the hill at the 4A Region 4 meet in Colorado Springs on Thursday. Photo by Eric Flores.
Vanguard's Jeremiah Evangelista is one of only three returners from the top 10 2A boys at last year's state meet. Photo by Alan Versaw.