Articles with Poudre High School
Boulder's Lauren Neugeboren returns as the one of the best milers in the state. She'll be among a stacked field of distance runners in the Front Range League.
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.
New Mexico's Kashon Harrison barely outdueled Colorado's Cole Sprout in the cool of the Arizona night at Desert Twilight.
The Colorado guys chased hard, but ultimately Laramie won the battle and the war.
Something will have to give on Friday when Aubrey Frentheway, last year's Thornton Invite champion, meets Brynn Siles, this year's rival to the throne.
I don't have any results from the meet to share with you, but I do know Center honored the memory of former Antonito coach Tommy Archuleta at Center's home meet on Friday, even renaming the meet in Archuleta's honor.
Chaparral's advantage wasn't yet apparent at the Fort Morgan Invitational, but it would be soon enough.
There are few spectacles in Colorado high school cross country at stirring as the St. Vrain start.
The starting line setting at Monument Valley Park in Colorado Springs is among the very best in the state.
"Cross country race coming through. Clear the path or I'll pierce your eardrums with this here whistle!"
Chase Dornbusch came up with the win at Cherry Creek. Can he make it a twofer at Arapahoe?
Charlie Perry steps into a new role as team leader at Monarch, but it's a role he's well-groomed for.
John Houdeshell showed well as a freshman last fall. He figures as potentially one of the top sophomore talents in the state this fall.
The technology of snowshoes continues to evolve. You just might see snowshoes such as these at the Colorado State Snowshoe Championships.
Jeremy Harms and Poudre are aiming at a state meet berth as the cap on a successful season. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Desert Vista girls stuck together nicely early at Desert Twilight and ended up as decisive team champions. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Simon Kelati led his Greeley Central Wildcat teammates to an overpowering team title at the Greeley City XC Championships on Wednesday. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Highland's girls took a big win, and an even bigger trophy, out of this weekend's Doug Conley meet. Photo by Irving Girabaldi.
Emma Willadsen is the first face of the Eaton Red Scourge sweeping across northeastern Colorado. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Drew Seidel and Cale Englert battle to a photo finish at the front of the Division 2 Boys race at the John Martin Invitational on Friday. Photo by Scott Chamberlin.
Scott Johnson and the rest of the Legend boys could be coming to the Stampede with something to prove. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Josh Krafsur is the top returning finisher at state for Fort Collins this year, as the Lambkins try to pick up where last year's team left off. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
Long after most former state champions have hung up the spikes, Melody Fairchild is still at it, and going strong. Colorado Track XC file photo.
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.
Henry Raymond continued a strong late-season run with a winning effort of 15:48 at the Front Range League meet. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Will Handley's second-place finish was a key piece in the stunning Timpanogos upset at Bob Firman on Saturday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Holly Bent was all business winning the Pat Patten girls title on Saturday. Photo by Ashley Green.
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.
Audra Koopman is one of an outstanding list of returning individuals for the Fort Collins girls track program. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Savannah Mercado was one of a herd of Impalas having outstanding days at their home invitational. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
If you see Broomfield packing up like this around mile one, that would be your cue to raise your level of concern. 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.
Caleb Palmer is one of a large group sophomores who are making big things happen this fall on the Alamosa boys varsity. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Jenna McCaffrey leaves the field in her wake at the RE-1J meet. Photo by Renee Haip.
Probably the worst draw on the entire starting line. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
It's difficult to keep track of all the guys on the Fort Collins roster who can hurt you, but Henry Briggs is one of that crew. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
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.
Paul Miller has made a big impact on the Colorado high school scene. He will next attempt to do the same at the college level for the University of Colorado. Contributed photo.
Spencer Long hopes to be a contributor on both the football and track teams at Princeton University beginning this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
In theory, 5A boys is as good as boys track and field gets in Colorado. And, there’s nothing wrong with the theory this year.
Holy Family's Shea Zeman posted a 100 time on Wednesday evening that sent a few tremors through the world of 3A girls sprinting. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Carly Paul will be attacking hurdles at her home meet on Friday of this week. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Carly Paul's talents have kept her in the high jump thick of things since she came onto the high school scene three years ago. Contributed photo.
Rocky Mountain will be counting on Kacey Doner for some big production this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo.
It's a bad place to stray unless you've come prepared.
Tevin Donnell and his Fountain-Fort Carson teammates saw a potential state title elude them this year. Most of the team will be back next year. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Poudre's Carly Paul still high jumps, but she's making big inroads into other events as well this spring. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Grant Fischer will move not very far at all across town to run for Colorado State University in the fall. Contributed photo.
Alex Blaho doesn't change his city of residence, but the blue and silver of Poudre will have to give way to the green and gold of CSU. Contributed 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.
It was a sea of red and black at the start of the Eagle Valley Invitational. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Double trouble: Daniel Lara and Gus Waneka give the Thompson Valley Eagles a lot of strength and experience at the front of the lineup. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Colorado has sent a lot of individuals, and a lot of teams, to Foot Locker Nationals and NTN/NXN. More than you might think. Photo by Jeff Bliven.
Broomfield's Jill Carlson took home top honors at the Arvada West Invitational on Friday. Photo by Cliff Jurgens.