Eliana Thompson defended her home course with a dominating victory.
Articles with Machebeuf (Bishop) High School
Skyview's Jimmy Scavuzzo will give the Wolverines some added depth in the distance events.
Julia Romero is one of two Conifer sub-20s, and a big part of the reason the Lobos are a solid bet to advance to state. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Julia Jaschke leads a very strong Kent Denver team into the fall season, but even Kent Denver will find the going tough in this league. Photo by Alan Versaw.
After a nice freshman campaign last fall, bigger things will be expected of Jefferson Academy's Ryan Lehmuth this fall. Photo by Ashley Green.
Peak to Peak has been a fixture at state for several years running, but it's not a foregone conclusion this year. Isaac Ruble will strive to keep the streak alive. Photo by Alan Versaw.
It's a year of transition for Peak to Peak, but Calvin Riss should be a measure of stability for the Pumas. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Machebeuf's Ben Espinola will try to keep Ben Butler from winning the league individual title in his first year in the league. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Platte Canyon's Jacob Benson is the top returning finisher from last year's 3A state cross country race. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
The pack behind Jordyn Colter was pretty tight until Erin Norton (right) broke free. Photo by Kelli Noto.
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.