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Valor Christian's Camille Peisner claimed two league titles in last year's 4A competition.
Lakewood's Chase Dornbusch returns as one of the top distance runners in the state.
As we enter the 2018 season, Ralston Valley's Maya Provencal is one serious contender for top-athlete honors for Jeffco 5A.
Jackson Connelly has the fastest set of wheels in this year's crop of 5A freshman boys.
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.
If anyone is to be able to keep pace with Pomona this spring, it appears to fall to Tyler Shannon and his Ralston Valley teammates to get it done.
Carley Bennett is the top distance representative on a deep Lakewood roster.
Jack Swartz enjoys a medal moment at the state track meet this spring with Custer County's Jerald Taylor. Contributed photo.
Steve Urban joins the celebration of the college signing of Marcelo Laguera, one of Urban's two state champion individuals as a coach. Contributed photo.
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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.
Max Borghi and a long set of talented teammates return, making Pomona the likely team to beat in 2017. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Parker Joens gets most of the ink in the Platte Valley throws program, but it was James Baladez (above) and Morgan Smith who pushed the Broncos over the top to becoming 2016's 3A Royalty of the Rings. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Danny Williams opened his state meet with a tie for fifth in the high jump. It got better from there. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If Fort Collins is to prevail this spring, much will rest on the shoulders of hurdler Thomas Robillard. Photo by Renee Haip.
Brock Knechtel had a PR of nearly 18 feet to claim the Boulder County discus title. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Thomas Robillard surges out ahead of the 110 hurdles field. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Danny Williams is the all-around jumps threat in an amazingly diverse Pomona attack. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Returning state thrower Jake Moretti is one of many promising returnees on a deep Pomona squad. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Dakota Ridge figures as the top Jeffco 5A team heading into the season, and Mia Valerio is one of the bigger reasons for that. Photo by Alan Versaw.
It's not precisely clear yet to whom the Arvada West mantle of leadership will pass this fall, but Max Sevcik is certainly one of the candidates. 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.
Marcelo Laguera inks with CSU-Pueblo as the Thunderwolves work on building an RMAC-competitive men's distance program. Photo by Alan Versaw.
On a day where many top athletes were dealing with subdued performances, Carly Lester seemed very much on top of her races. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
If you were already figuring that Joe Berg and his Dakota Ridge teammates might be trouble next year, you were onto something. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Cami Kennnedy joins an already large incoming recruiting class of the University of Northern Colorado. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Marcelo Laguera shares a few thoughts on his state title with Tim Hilt. Photo by Karen McCoy.
Lauren Ogg's big win at Liberty Bell marks her as a competitor of no small interest at Dave Sanders. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Marcelo Laguer and Carly Volkmer got out of the gate faster than anyone else last weekend. Photos by Alan Versaw and Matt Scoggins.
Thornton's Joshua Joseph is the top returning state finisher among the fields for Thursday's running of the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
It's been Monarch's region for a few years running, but Morgan Aurich, Lilly Stumb, and Zetta Mason are three examples of why the Coyotes might be sneaking glances back over their shoulders this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Paul Moore leads a ThunderRidge team that just keeps getting better. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Freshman Brock Miller of Lakewood enjoyed a stellar league meet, taking two firsts and a ninth in the 5A sprint events. Photos by Ben Hershelman.
Austin Williams winds up for another big mark in the shot put. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Joseph Horen steps into the very large shoes that will be left by the graduation of Connor Lockwood as Arvada West seeks to climb to the top of the Jeffco 5A mountain next fall. Photo by Alison Lively.
Connor Weaver and Zachary Alhamra battled for a long time at last Thursday's regional race before Alhamra broke away for the win. Photo by Mark Weeks.
You've heard about Josh Davis, but it Lamar wins a state title, it will be on account of the contributions of guys like Zach Watson, who finished fourth in Friday's Tri-Peaks League meet. Photo by Tim Hilt.
If you were figuring on the Arvada West girls rolling over and playing dead for the Jeffco 5A title, you'd be sadly mistaken about that. Photo by Della Moore.
Pine Creek's Sered sisters keep a steady pace at the Coronado Cougar Classic, while ThunderRidge keeps a presence only a few strides behind. Photo by Tim Hilt.
It was a spectacularly loaded field for Thursday's Coronado Cougar Classic girls race. Photo by Tim Hilt.
Kyle Lewis figures to be among the top talents in 5A Region 3 this fall. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Rounding the first turn at the Arvada West Invitational. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Dakota Ridge seems to be a team perpetually on the cusp on greatness. Can Carson Hume and company take it to the next level next year? Photo by Paul Jaeger.
This week, Cory Munsch and Marcelo Laguera will be battling to send their teams to state. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Rachael Chacko gets a little encouragement from Coach Jeff Bliven as she goes by at the Centennial League Championships on Thursday. Photo by Kelli Noto.
Clayson Shumway had the lead over Alec Brudzinski as they passed by the camera on Friday evening, but the ultimate victory went to Brudzinski. Photo by Ashley Green.
Study these faces well. If they run at the Desert Twilight this weekend, you'll want to know who they are. Photo by Margot Kelly.
Cerake Geberkidane is making a habit of leaving fields in his dust. This week it was the Arvada West Invite field. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Alec Brudzinski is part of a very solid lead pack for Cherry Creek's Bruins. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Paul Roberts took it to a lot of upperclassmen from larger schools, winning his second meet title in as many weeks. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Monarch's girls and a few bold enough to run with them pass under the shade of an enormous tree at Saturday's Pat Patten Invitational in Boulder. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
With Alaina Anderson and Desmin Ramirez running, Pomona should keep a highly visible profile this fall. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Danny Carney, shown here battling Will Kincaid for the lead late in the 5A state race, will be the top returning finisher in 5A Boys. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Just a few guys you should be seeing a lot more of as the month winds down. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Boulder brings an excellent pack time and favorite status into the Division I girls race at Liberty Bell. Photo by Alan Versaw.
High among the teams to watch for in 5A boys this year is Dakota Ridge. Austin Appel leads the charge. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sierra Lutheran's Wade Meddles, shown here at last year's NXN SW meet, had the NXN SW performance of the week, posting a 15:03 at the Stanford Invitational. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Coronado's Dusty Solis and Arapahoe's Connor Winter break away from the pack at Thursday's Coronado Cougar Classic. Photo by Mark Weeks.