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The good news for Monarch is that half of this twosome is back this spring. The bad news is that half of it is not.
If you haven't thought of Julia Schlepp as a possible winner of the regional girls crown, you aren't yet done thinking about that race.
Altogether, Monarch's girls claimed nine event titles at the Boulder Quad, including a dominating win in the 4x100 shown here.
Jeremy Harms and Poudre are aiming at a state meet berth as the cap on a successful season. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Having shaken all pursuit, Natalie Platil closes in on her first cross country meet title. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Megan Mooney will be joining one of the nation's finest track and field programs at Florida State University. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Megan Mooney not only earned a second-place finish, but also helped her Horizon team to qualify for state despite being down a key runner. Colorado Track XC file photo by Jeff McCoy.
Kyra Hanson picked up her debut high school meet title this weekend at Platte Valley. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Helen Gover went from seventh at middle school state last year to an easy first on the Centaurus team on Friday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Blake Salvador is a name on a long list of Fort Collins names that can close the door on your hopes and dreams. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If you remember this scene from late in last year's state race, you already know a lot about the Killer Bs of the Front Range League. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Like so many other athletes this week, Asia-Marie Kelly earned her way to state with solid performances this weekend. Colorado Track XC file 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.
Fairview figures to be an excellent team in next year's Front Range League--but there are others, as well. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Kate Leatherman's success this season has been a big part of the Fossil Ridge success story. Photo by Ashley Green.
Ashton Grissom augmented his list of season wins last night at the Dakota Ridge Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Palmer Ridge had Eric Hamer's backside covered, over the bridge and everywhere else. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
If you're looking for Monarch to claim their fourth consecutive 5A girls state title, you're probably not basing that on their accumulated 1600 and 3200 times from track this spring, though Holly Bent ranks among 5A's best in both events. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Whether in track or in cross country, it's hard to think of Fort Collins without this kind of scene coming to mind. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Carson Hume and Eric Hamer went quickly to the front of the Joe Vigil high school boys race--and stayed there. Photo by Eric Flores.
Rounding the first turn at the Arvada West Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Gabrielle Sered, Kaleigh Kroeker, and Katherine Sered have all stepped up in a significant way from last fall to help make the Pine Creek team as dangerous as it has become. Photo by Mark Weeks.
Despite a little lead bike misdirection, Kirk Webb recovered for the win at 5A Region 3, followed by Greeley West's Evert Finger. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
The water crossings are the primary attraction at the Horizon Runners Roost--for competitors and spectators alike. Photos by Bill Stahl.
It was a sea of red and black at the start of the Eagle Valley Invitational. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
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Coronado's Dusty Solis and Arapahoe's Connor Winter break away from the pack at Thursday's Coronado Cougar Classic. Photo by Mark Weeks.