Thompson Valley's Schubert and Krueger made it a sweep of the individual titles.
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In a very good throws league, Henry Carlson ranks among the best.
When Harrison Scudamore went by Awet Beraki, the battle for first was done.
Silver Creek, led by Brock Dykema and Logan Simington, fired a message heard around the 4A state.
Justin McDaniel should be among those contending for the Tri-Valley league individual title, having most recently won the title at his home meet, the Mead Stampede.
Drew Seidel raised some eyebrows last week at the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede. What will Seidel bring this week?
Anna Hall is quite possibly the top returning athlete in 4A Girls.
Alexis Carroll's 100 hurdles are just one reason Niwot is way out in front at the end of March.
Only a sophomore last year, Angelo Hurtado is the Tri Valley's top returning hurdler.
Jerica Baeza has established herself as one of the top Rider track and field threats in some time.
Kelsey Lagunas is one of several reasons Roosevelt is enjoying their best season in a long, long time. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
Ellie Fantauzzo opens a gap on Emma Willadsen en route to her first high school meet title. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Emma Willadsen is the first face of the Eaton Red Scourge sweeping across northeastern Colorado. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Madison Mooney approaches the finish line with a huge grin and nobody in sight. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
As story lines go, they don't get much bigger than Brie Oakley vs. Lauren Gregory. Photos by Alan Versaw.
Palmer Ridge, Mountain Vista, and Rock Canyon mixed it up spendidly at the Vista Nation XC 2-Mile, but evidently the Rock Canyon girls were not easily impressed. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
With the emergence of girls like Kelsey Lagunas, Roosevelt is suddenly a much bigger force with the 4A ranks. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Emily Black figures to be one of the veterans in a mixed veteran/freshman roster at Thompson Valley this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jacob Bejarano recently signed on the dotted line for Colorado School of Mines. Contributed photo.
While Roosevelt comes out ahead in the depth rankings, guys like Dane Myers of Mead will be rightfully dreaming of possible big finishes at state. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Mead's Sydney Postle is very near the top of the league depth chart in no less than three different events. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cale Englert should be in the hunt for an individual title at Tuesday's running of the Tri-Valley League meet at Holy Family High School. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Taylor Johnson is part of a solid returning corps for Erie that makes them an early favorite in the Tri Valley League. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sierra Bell posted the top 3200 time this spring for a Mead team that could be aiming for the top of the Tri Valley standings this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tyler Davis opened his indoor season with a 4:52 mile in Spearfish, South Dakota, on Friday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Eva Napierkowski is part of a deep returning roster for the Holy Family Tigers next fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Skyline's Hayden Falkinburg figures as the Tri-Valley League's top returning runner for 2015. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Julian Von Holten figures to be one of the key pieces if Mountain View is to repeat as regional champions. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Roosevelt's Viktor Baeza earns accolades as one of the top hurdlers in the Loveland area coming into this spring's action. Colorado Track XC file photo. Thompson Valley: In 2012, the Eagles girls won the Class 4A state title and the boys were a major contender. (via www.reporterherald.com)
Riley Cooney will be looking for a return trip to state with her Mountain View teammates. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Anthony Rios and Victoria Milano bring a lot of state experience and savvy back for the Brush Beetdiggers. Colorado Track XC file photos.
Most Surprising Performer - Joseph DeMoor, Senior, Buena Vista HS
The leaders of the pack. Left to right, Laura Tremblay, Alicia Nelson, Miranda Benzel, Camille Logan, and Dominique Gerard run in front in the Centerra Division 1 race (photo by Susan Carter).