Bethany Michalak ran the second-fastest time ever on the Penrose course.
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Mia Prok was, hands down, the fastest freshman girl at the National High School Trail Championships. We take a broader look at this year's freshman class here.
Tatum Miller pulls away from Ella Chura and Jocelyn Millican at the end.
Air Academy's Cal Banta is the top returner in the 800 and 1,600.
Dontavis Moore Ford will look to help Vista Ridge in the sprints this season.
Jumper Annalese Edwards is but one of a long list of talented returnees for Palmer Ridge.
In a region dominated by Air Academy, Pine Creek, and Palmer Ridge, Ashley Polk could be potentially the only individual qualifier. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The pack is almost entirely back for Palmer Ridge, but that doesn't necessarily mean that things will be easy for the Bears this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Kayla Wiitala has been running alongside Katie Rainsberger for three years now, but she's far from the only other dagger in the drawer for Air Academy. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Liam Cox was the #2 finisher at state for Palmer Ridge last fall, but the top guy for the Bears this fall could be anyone's guess. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jordyn Colter posted two Colorado all-time records over the weekend, but several more records were shattered. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tianna Terrell raised a few eyebrows with the top 300H mark of the week. 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.
We begin the preseason rankings with Class 4A.
Nicole Montgomery leans into the second turn en route to setting a new 4A 400 meter record last spring. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
The list of candidates for top runner in the region is a short one--Eric Hamer is your guy. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
As Colorado's female sprint talent continues to develop, Alexei Cox is a name you have to think about. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Late in the race, Luc Hagen and Danyon Anderson of Air Academy maintain a stranglehold on places three and four. Photo by Andrew 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.
Few people have ever dominated Colorado high school cross country the way Allie McLaughlin did the two years she ran at Air Academy High School.
Zac McCoy battled Alex Mead down the straight of the 4A 200, taking not only the state title but setting a new state meet record in the process. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
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.
Lindsey Smith's winning effort of 19:10 put Mountain Vista on a collision course with domination. Photo by Pam Smith.
Colorado Springs has been home to a lot of top cross country talent for a long time. Hannah Everson and Bryce Gregoire run in that tradition. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Kirk Webb leads Monarch's boys to a regional title and into the state meet. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Castle View's Aldric Brown goes low before going high over 6-6 on his way to clearing 6-9 on Friday evening. Photo by Alan Versaw.