Rangeview's Danielle Lewis returns as one of the best sprinters in the state. She'll give Rangeview the firepower to challenge for the league title this year.
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Angel Heredia will look to lead Hinkley back to the big show this year.
Jackson Connelly has the fastest set of wheels in this year's crop of 5A freshman boys.
On a long list of very good 300 hurdlers at Fountain-Fort Carson, it's plausible that Jason Farrell ends up as the best.
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.
Darrien Wells is one of two top-tier talents already under the Hinkley umbrella. If they get a third, watch out.
Darrien Wells figures to be one of the go-to guys for the Hinkley program this spring.
Still only a junior this year, Jamara Jackson returns as one of the EMAC's top athletes.
Angel Heredia came into his own as a hurdler this spring and helped Hinkley make a couple of giant strides forward in their program. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Before the rain came, there was some serious heat in the Pueblo Twilight 100. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Bonni Hartman is part of a long list of returning Prairie View Thunderhawks who could spell trouble for the rest of the league in 2015. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tyler Trout wasn't throwing the shot put 54-7 when this photo was taken, but he is now. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Rounding the first turn at the Arvada West Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo.
If you're thinking about writing Horizon off as a 5A non-contender, Adam Hartman and Melanie Diep are your first reasons to reconsider. Colorado Track XC file photos.