Remington Ross has been a dominating force in the sprints, and she'll look to continue that this year.
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Maison Tolle returns as one of the state's best jumpers and looks to give Highland a boost over rival Lyons.
As Lyons looks to step up their game from last year to this, Ethan Burton could emerge as one of the key pieces, especially at 400 and 800 meters.
Lyons and Nederland have seen plenty of each other this season. They get to see a little more on Thursday.
Isaac Roberts won a round with Levi Kilian last week Thursday. Can he repeat that this week Wednesday?
There's a reasonably good chance these two will be the faces of 2A Girls headlines for the next few years.
Hannah Wilkie of Hayden is this year's 2A freshman phenom in the 800.
Sophia Anderson is a critical piece of the Paonia puzzle this spring.
One of the keys to Lyons' strength is a very strong pole vault presence, including here Logan Kuskie.
Josh Damir might have a lot of people seeing his backside this spring.
Brenna Kuskie may be quite a bit more than the Mile High League favorite in the pole vault.
Mackenzie Dill's success at Highland High School earned some attention from the folks at Kansas Wesleyan University. Photo by Alan Versaw.
It wasn't just Soleil Gaylord, but she is one big reason Telluride exceeded the expectations set for them at the end of the 2015 season. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Just as they did last year, expect Paonia to get a lot of mileage out of their relays. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Erika Ivkov is part of a deep Lyons roster that touches every event with scoring potential. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Most are well aware of the headliner kind of talent Heritage Christian Academy brings to the table, but to win a league title in this league, it's individuals like Olivia Couch who stand to make the difference. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jack Plantz leads with a little push from Ro Paschal early in Friday's 2A regional at Delta. Photo by Matt Scoggins.
Joel Such should be back healthy for Lyons this fall, signaling bad news for the Mile High League and all of 2A. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Last year, Mackenzie Dill was Highland's lone representative at state cross country. This year, she will try to bring her team along with her. Photo by Ashley Green.
Hoehne's Shaelyn Walton has emerged in stunning fashion as one of 2A's top high jump and 800 talents, but it may be a year or two away before Hoehne has the necessary depth to seriously contend for a 2A team title. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Colorado Track XC Preseason Rankings Put 2A under the Spotlight.
Isabelle Himmel should return as one of 2A's top sprinters this spring. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Miranda Mathiason raced to a first and a second in the 3A State hurdles races last spring. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Wiggins' Faythe Harris takes over the 400 meter favorite role from the graduated Jennifer Celis. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Photo coming soon to this space.
The scenario that 2A girls is coming down to isn't terribly surprising, but it should be very exciting nevertheless. We saw at least four of these five teams coming even before the season started. And now they face a massive showdown at state.
So far, we haven't seen much that is all that surprising about 2A girls
It's a bad place to stray unless you've come prepared.
There's a very good chance the girls 2A state title is headed back to Delta County next year, but Miranda Mathiason and her Highland teammates may have something to say about that. Photo by Alan Versaw.