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Tiya Tamberlin leads the Division 2 race through the early stages.
Max Bonenberger is on the bubble for a state-qualifying position as an individual, but he gets to make the attempt on the Summit home course.
Drew Johnson has enjoyed a sensational season to date and is not to be overlooked among the candidates for the Jeffco 5A Boys individual title.
Hannah Ellis got a slow start to her season owing to an injury from spring, but she has things pointed solidly in the right direction with a dominating win at the Patriot League meet on Saturday.
Anna Ponzio added to a growing list of meet titles this fall with another win at Denver West. File photo.
The football field is about the last level thing the contestants see at the Elizabeth Cross Country Invitational.
Anna Hall is quite possibly the top returning athlete in 4A Girls.
Mackenzie Fidelak is back contributing in a big way for Niwot once again this year.
Alexis Carroll's 100 hurdles are just one reason Niwot is way out in front at the end of March.
Destiny Grimes had a nice debut season as a freshman and appears to be poised for bigger things this spring.
Rachel Goodrich runs point on a rapidly-improving Golden team. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Joslin Blair got the win on Friday that got away from her last weekend. 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.
Civianna Gallegos finished fourth at this meet last year. She figures to be focused on higher this year. 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.
The view from second place at the Battle Mountain Invitational. Contributed photo.
Naomi Harding was part of a group of sophomores and freshmen who very nearly pushed Battle Mountain to a state title last fall. Look for bigger things this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Alexis LaLiberte is one of the reasons Green Mountain scored more points at state this year than anyone was projecting them for at the same time last year. 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.
Sargent's Makayla Garcia ran to the individual title at the Eric Wolff Invitational on Friday. 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.
In a long list of strong small-school performances this weekend, Salida's second-place performance at Arapahoe probably takes the cake. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Reagan Hausmann spent last school year as Lauren Ogg's understudy. This year, the responsibility on Hausmann's shoulders is much greater. Photo by Alan Versaw.
It's impossible to say now who the top Jeffco 4A runner will be this fall, but Charles Doebbler should be on your list of possibles. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Sammi Watson is one big reason Mountain View is staring down the possibility of a state title this spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rangely didn't exactly dodge the weather for their meet, but Plateau Valley did manage to scramble for cover at their bus. Photo by Matt Scoggins.
With everyone else bundled up against the elements, Dallas Lillie brought the heat and won his first-ever varsity meet title with a 142-5 discus mark. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Patrick Byerly was a primary beneficiary of Mountain Range's rush on school records at Wednesday's Thornton Early Bird. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Alex Aafedt headlines a very strong returning cast of runners for Evergreen in 2015. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
In a league full of strong teams, Sophia Wubben helps make Golden one of the strongest teams. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cammy Sargent takes her much-better-than-average speed for a distance runner to Greeley next fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Eric Hamer of Palmer Ridge combined a hard-earned team title with his individual title today. Photo by Karen McCoy.
When it came down to the final battle for third in 5A Region 3, Karina Mann, Cami Kennedy, and Claudia Burgess were all still in it. Photo by Ashley Green.
Not only will Golden's Alec Hornecker be shooting for an individual title, but he'll be trying to help his team qualify as well. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Katherine Bearup got Ralston Valley rolling toward a team title with a fourth-place finish in the 5A girls race. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Aubrey Till cruises to a win at her home invitational on Thursday. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Lauren Ogg's big win at Liberty Bell marks her as a competitor of no small interest at Dave Sanders. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Jenna McCaffrey leaves the field in her wake at the RE-1J meet. Photo by Renee Haip.
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.
Amy Leasure of Wheat Ridge and Cammy Sargent of Green Mountain figure to be key players in how the 4A Region 1 team race develops. Colorado Track XC file photos by Paul Jeager.
Green Mountain's Cammy Sargent proved herself as a leader last fall and will be counted on for big things for Green Mountain this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Rounding the first turn at the Arvada West Invitational. 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.
The 1981 Green Mountain Rams featured (left to right) Mike Lane, Rob Spykstra (obscured with arm raised), Rob Schreiber, Brad Jordan, Larry Lucero, and Mike Hanak. Contributed photo.
With Alaina Anderson and Desmin Ramirez running, Pomona should keep a highly visible profile this fall. Colorado Track XC file photos.
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.
Chris Zirkle, after finishing fourth at the Chris Severy Invitational, will be counted on to lead a much improved Moffat County team into the championship season. File photo by Alan Versaw.
At a meet where most competitors were running okay, but not spectacular, times, Joseph DeMoor took the Tri-Peaks League championship with a 15:51.
Green Mountain's Andi Carpenter (above, photo contributed by Clint Boston), one of the athletes to watch at Friday's John Martin Invitational.
Boulder's Kelsey Lakowske was one of four girls to finish sub-19 at the St. Vrain Invitational on Saturday. Lakowske's finishing time was 18:52.