Gunnison's Kelita Baroumbaye is the top returner in the triple jump.
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Lucy Hart and William Hibbard were instrumental in bringing not one, but two, CSML 5A titles back to Pine Creek High School.
Peak to Peak returns everyone from their 2017 state championship squad.
Raymon Harper went 6-4 to leave an impressive early mark on the high jump rankings.
The outdoor season has arrived! But not for everyone - Colorado will send some of its best to New Balance Nationals Indoor.
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.
Salida's Fern Clark emerged as one of 3A's top freshmen this year.
Andrew King beats Levi Chambers and Christian Fagerlin to the finish line in 3A Region 4.
David Fine takes favorite status into Friday's 3A Region 5 meet, and his team will be trying to make it a party of seven at State.
Chloe Cassens, Kyla Ramsey, and Kaylee Thompson set out on the final 80 meters that would determine the eventual winner.
David Fine chases Connor McCabe up the second ascent. McCabe's lead wouldn't last much longer.
Though things were fairly tight through the mile, Chris Theodore and Easton Allred would take over soon thereafter.
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.
Chaparral's advantage wasn't yet apparent at the Fort Morgan Invitational, but it would be soon enough.
The football field is about the last level thing the contestants see at the Elizabeth Cross Country Invitational.
The starting line setting at Monument Valley Park in Colorado Springs is among the very best in the state.
Holy Family's Alyssa Wells made what was perhaps the biggest 3A freshman splash of the weekend.
Tiana Bradfield doesn't get most of the ink at Peak to Peak, but she gets things done nevertheless.
Drew Ellis was a key element in propelling Pawnee to the 1A Lords and Ladies of the Leap crown.
Lots of 3A boys come back in the 300 hurdles, but Carl Heide may be the guy to beat next year.
Jordan Lanning successfully transitioned from 2A to 3A this year. The sky could be the limit next year.
In the last year, Jacob Dack became remarkably proficient with the discus.
Chantae Steele and McKenzie Elliott gave TCA an early day two lift in the 800 meters.
There is a long list of high-end talent at the 3A Girls state meet, and Tarynn Sieg is high on that list.
If you're looking for a Lutheran X factor who doesn't yet show in the virtual meet scoring in a transparent sort of way, look no further than Lauren Kelly.
AJ Thompson is one entry on a long list of reasons Lutheran is running at the front of the 3A pack at the moment.
People you may not have heard of before, like Josh Nicoletti, are getting big things done for Jefferson Academy this spring.
Chloe Peterson has been part of an Elizabeth troupe of girls tearing up runways and straightaways this spring.
Elizabeth has many arrows in the quiver, Mason Anthony among them.
Both CSCS and Elizabeth, here represented by Julia Ridgway and Ella Benkendorf, had solid first-weekend showings on the track.
Kallaway Wood squeezes a couple extra inches out of her long jump with aerodynamics and a convincing grimace.
Sterling is more field and track than track and field, but Isaac Harris is one to watch for on the track.
Ashten Loeks and Elizabeth come down from 4A this year, and they could be trouble.
Zaccre Kenward douple dipped for titles Saturday in the long jump and triple jump. File Photo.
Kallaway Wood is part of the sprint and jump depth at Elizabeth that could keep the Cardinals in the hunt all season long.
At 42-8, Josh Hernandez is the league's top returning triple jumper--and a pretty good long jumper, too.
Steamboat's girls were in high spirits before this year's 3A Girls state race. And why not--given the spectacular season they had under their belts? Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Ashten Loeks was first, but the rest of the Elizabeth order lurked not far behind. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Julia Romero is one of two Conifer sub-20s, and a big part of the reason the Lobos are a solid bet to advance to state. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The way to beat Peak to Peak is to find a way of getting in front of these three. Good luck with that. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Highland's girls took a big win, and an even bigger trophy, out of this weekend's Doug Conley meet. Photo by Irving Girabaldi.
Emma Willadsen is the first face of the Eaton Red Scourge sweeping across northeastern Colorado. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Sophia Maeda leads a sharply-improved Mead team this season. They get a larger stage to show something on Friday at Dave Sanders. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Michael Long continued his string of early season success with an individual title at the Elizabeth Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Justin Andrade will be putting his state-leading 5K mark on the line at Centaurus on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Palmer Ridge, Mountain Vista, and Rock Canyon mixed it up spendidly at the Vista Nation XC 2-Mile, but evidently the Rock Canyon girls were not easily impressed. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Helen Gover was half of a freshman tandem at Centaurus last fall that gave the Warriors a boost well beyond what the preseason virtual meet projected. Photo by Alan Versaw.
This image from last fall's St. Vrain Invitational still tells you a great deal of what you need to know about 3A Girls cross country. Photo by Alan Versaw.
By the end of the spring season, Ashten Loeks was emerging as one of 4A top young milers. This fall, she gets unleashed on 3A. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sterling's Isaac Harris is a rising star within the 3A Boys sprint ranks. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Caleb Palmer won his heat of the 3200 on Friday night in Pueblo, then won the 3200 outright in Pagosa on Saturday. Well done, Mr. Palmer, now get some sleep! Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cori Small set her cross country PR at the 4A Region 2 meet this past fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ashten Loeks was first in a parade of freshman girls to win a 1600 meter meet title over the last three days. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
LJ Robinson figures as the top Colorado 7 sprint threat this spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Chloe Peterson is one of several reasons Elizabeth is out in front of the Colorado 7 depth ratings. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The scene at one mile of the boys race was pretty much what everyone expected it would be. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sargent's Makayla Garcia ran to the individual title at the Eric Wolff Invitational on Friday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Liberty Ricca picked up her first high school cross country title with a win at Canon City on Thursday evening. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Holly Bent was all business winning the Pat Patten girls title on Saturday. Photo by Ashley Green.
Kyra Hanson picked up her debut high school meet title this weekend at Platte Valley. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
With Cori Small backed by four game-changing freshmen, Elizabeth has opened a whole new chapter in their cross country history book. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Makinna Miller ranks as the top returner for Fort Morgan in cross, at 1600 meters, and at 3200 meters. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Conner Shaver is a key piece in a returning roster that should keep Fort Morgan atop the Colorado 7 League. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Crystal Perez runs up front for a Skyview team that has been on the rise of late. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Niwot's Niki Marshall dominated the 400 at the RE-1J District Meet, and she currently owns the #2 400 meter time in the state. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Trevor Link is one of several young members of Fort Morgan's cross country team this year that could make the Mustangs tough to control next year. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Cross country at the Legend Cross Fest includes a lot of country. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Josie Warren is one of the leaders of a D'Evelyn team that has been running very well lately. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
In a talent-rich county, Jake Dysart and Kristen Kientz are two of the best. Colorado Track XC file photos.