Articles with Denver South High School
South's Yonatan Kefle will look to lead his team to this year's league title.
Arria Minor returns as the defending state champion in the 100, 200, and the 400.
The teams won't all be the same as the last time there was a meet at Polson Ranch, but all the start line intensity will be back.
Anna Ponzio added to a growing list of meet titles this fall with another win at Denver West. File photo.
There are few spectacles in Colorado high school cross country at stirring as the St. Vrain start.
It was a Castle View kind of day as Jared Wright and Aidan Scott led the way for the Sabercat boys.
Erin Kraus was fifth at this meet last year; can she make the move to first this year?
Charlie Perry steps into a new role as team leader at Monarch, but it's a role he's well-groomed for.
James Lee's 4:13.35 mile was one of two second-place finishes for Colorado at NBNO.
Madison Mooney tries to take her PR below 4:47 this weekend in Seattle.
Mary Gillett got way out in front of the girls 200 meter field.
Tucker Cargile has made the most of a very short high school career this year at Denver South.
Iosua Maika could very well held one key for tipping the scales in favor of Fountain-Fort Carson this weekend.
Aside from taking out the next-to-last hurdle, Aaron McCoy's 300 hurdles looked end-of-season sharp on Saturday.
One of many things ahead of schedule this season for Fountain-Fort Carson has been the 4x800 meter relay.
Brock Murphy figures as one of the Lamar legion of throwers taking their turn in front of the home crowd on Saturday.
Simone Watkins is just one of the reasons Denver East figures to be a potent force on the track this spring.
Al Hassan El Amin brings back the top sprint credentials in the Denver Prep League.
Josh Torres got the individual and team title earlier this week at the Sterling Invitational. Colorado Track XC file 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.
Denver East looks to have an impressive stable of returning talent, including middle distance ace Hayelom Fitsum. 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.
Isa Marshall's second-place effort paved the way for a Denver East girls team title. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Denver East rates as the favorite to win the DPL crown, and if that is to happen it will take solid efforts from guys like Conner Campbell. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Pagosa Springs girls were back at it with a dominating win at the Chicken Creek Challenge on Saturday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Isa Marshall paced her Denver East teammates to the team title at the Wash Park Invitational with a third-place finish. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
You could likely count on one hand the athletes who made as much of a springboard of their spring track season as Samantha Skeen. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Harrison Scudamore could prove to be the top runner in the league, but Denver East will need more to develop alongside Scudamore to position themselves for a league crown. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Eve DeLeon is one of a very promising group of Denver South girls returning for more success in 2015. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Marcelo Laguera negotiates the hairpin coming back onto the grass at about 2.5 miles into the Clement Park course. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jenna McCaffrey leaves the field in her wake at the RE-1J meet. Photo by Renee Haip.
Shane Mathis figures to lead a very strong Erie team this fall, but they don't have to travel far at all to find a serious rival in Niwot. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Cross country at the Legend Cross Fest includes a lot of country. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Elise Cranny may get most of the headlines, but Christa Boettiger is likely the biggest difference between last year's Niwot team and this year's. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Jesus Herrera and Jen Lehr both had the kind of seasons last fall that make you eager to see what they can accomplish this fall. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Colleen Koenig's third-place finish helped to lead Arapahoe to the Centennial League title on Thursday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
Broomfield's Jill Carlson took home top honors at the Arvada West Invitational on Friday. Photo by Cliff Jurgens.