Thompson Valley's Schubert and Krueger made it a sweep of the individual titles.
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Palmer Ridge swept the individual races, and team races Friday afternoon.
In a very good throws league, Henry Carlson ranks among the best.
Niwot and Centaurus had a bit of a misfire of a match-up at the Northern League meet. They get another chance on Thursday.
Justin McDaniel should be among those contending for the Tri-Valley league individual title, having most recently won the title at his home meet, the Mead Stampede.
Dalton Yost found himself in the winner's circle for the first time in his high school career. File Photo
It's not quite cross country season yet, but you wouldn't know that from Georgia Barone's race this morning. File photo.
Emily Condon heads up the hopes of an Erie Tiger team that needs a big regional effort to advance to state. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Holy Family's Kyle McCabe is in the boys title hunt, but he may need an even better time than his 16:56 from Liberty Bell to pull off the win. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Erik Peterson's first stop as a Colorado high school coach was at Arapahoe High School. Contributed photo.
Alex Hooten, already a key piece for Centaurus last fall, may have moved up to #1 guy for the Warriors during the spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Will Domier exhibits winning--and sub-11--form in the 100 meters. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Ian Meek brings the status of top returning finisher from last year to this year's 4A Boys state race. Photo by Tim Hilt.
Kayla Young punished the Lyons turf for the best time in all Lyons regions of 18:12. Photo by Renee Haip.
Matt Sease helped engineer a dominating Erie effort with a winning time of 16:48. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Cale Englert should be in the hunt for an individual title at Tuesday's running of the Tri-Valley League meet at Holy Family High School. Photo by Alan Versaw.
There's another season of Colorado high school cross country coming at you. Embrace it now before you get trampled.
Taylor Johnson is part of a solid returning corps for Erie that makes them an early favorite in the Tri Valley League. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sierra Bell posted the top 3200 time this spring for a Mead team that could be aiming for the top of the Tri Valley standings this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Skyline's Hayden Falkinburg figures as the Tri-Valley League's top returning runner for 2015. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
The Niwot girls wasted little time moving toward the front of the pack--and then staying there. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Shane Mathis won't have any hills the size of Little Willis to conquer on Friday, but he will have competition breathing down his back. Colorado Track XC file 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.
Probably the worst draw on the entire starting line. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Tabor Scholl was spotted this weekend at the CU Alumni/Open Time Trial. Photo by Lyle Knudson.
Thornton's Joshua Joseph is the top returning state finisher among the fields for Thursday's running of the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Kaleb Simington, already well-established in the ranks of 4A, is joined by younger brother Logan this year to help give Thompson Valley one of its strongest boys teams ever. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Palmer Ridge has an abundance of distance depth. You've heard a lot about Eric Hamer, but it's younger guys like Liam Cox who will determine how far Palmer Ridge goes this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
Kayla Young could be the top runner in the region, but from the team perspective it's Niwot's depth that has everyone concerned. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Kevin McClanahan ran to the triple crown of sprinting at this year's 4A state meet. Colorado Track XC file photo.
So far as 4A boys are concerned, all that's left to do is to run the state meet. And, that's a lot to look forward to, as the 4A boys race has tightened up considerably since we last visited the classification.
There are Bears loose in the 4A boys picnic ground!
Bailey Hammer of Fruita Monument edges Moffat County's Ashlee Griffiths and Karmen Christopher to the finish line. Photo by David Pressgrove.
Shane Mathis leads what could become an exceptionally good Erie team next fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
For those in attendance, Elise Cranny put on a remarkable show. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ethan Gonzales sets his sights on another victim. Colorado Track XC file photo.
If you were figuring on the Arvada West girls rolling over and playing dead for the Jeffco 5A title, you'd be sadly mistaken about that. Photo by Della Moore.
Erie's Amelia Sease took the girls title at the Friday's Mead Mud Stampede. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Runners from Montrose, Grand Valley, Coal Ridge, Delta, and Ouray make their way up the first of the never-ending Hotchkiss 'dobies. Photo courtesy of David Emory.
Christa Boettiger may be the lesser known Cougar, but she's still a big part of Niwot's success. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
It's always competitive as soon as the gun sounds at the St. Vrain Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Austin Waterman winds up for one of his big throws. His biggest throw of the day, 167-11, won the boys discus competition. Photo by Kenny Regan.
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.
Kiah Leonard, Mercy Bowen, Betzabeth Garcia, Victoria Milano, and Birdie Hutton stake out an early lead at the Wiggins Invitational. In the end, Hutton would lead them all. Photo by Mario Garcia.
Anthony Rios and Victoria Milano bring a lot of state experience and savvy back for the Brush Beetdiggers. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Annie Kunz's versatility makes Wheat Ridge a 4A title threat. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Brandon Cartagena of Vista Ridge won the 100 and 200 meter events at the Pueblo Centennial Invitational. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Desmin Ramierez, Alex Pawlak, Gerardo Rodriguez, Nic de Herrera, and Jack Burger mix it up at the front of the pack at Friday's Pat Amato Classic. Photo by Kelli Noto.
Just a few guys you should be seeing a lot more of as the month winds down. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Garrett Smith and Lori Weirich of Eads have been on a roll of late. Each is atop of the 2A discus rankings. Photos contributed by John Weirich. Rocky Ford's Amber Lowther is a legitimate threat to win all three jump titles in 2A girls. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Briotto Niuller of Manitou Springs edges ahead of Rye's Jake Van for the Tri-Peaks 100 meter dash title. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Fountain-Fort Carson's 4 X 400 team has spent a lot of time running alone already this spring. Will they be able to carry that momentum throught state? Photo by Alan Versaw