Ryan Boucher's win in the 400 was attended by some less-obvious help in the relays as well.
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Buena Vista's Matthew Thompson is the top returner from last year's 400 final.
After everyone else was done in the girls high jump, Katelyn McMoore was still clearing bars.
Rylee Haynes will be looking to lead Crowley County to a league title this year.
Distance leader Christian Fagerlin holds one of the keys if Resurrection is to rise to the top of the pile next year.
Jequan Hogan plays peek-a-boo with his lead arm.
Jeremiah Vigil ranks as the top returning sprinter in the Santa Fe League for this spring.
Eads' Brooke Lenox is already taking aim at a return trip to the state meet in May. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Shaelyn Walton, only a freshman last year, returns as one of the top Santa Fe League talents. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
Rangely's William Scoggins has weathered the reign of Ty Williams and now will return in 2013 as the top-ranked 1600 runner in 2A. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Lyons can lean equally hard on relays or individual events this spring. Here Ryan Boucher passes the baton to River Crane, Photo by Alan Versaw.