Arria Minor minor enjoyed a monster of a state meet, which included breaking or tying three all-time Colorado high school records.
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Fountain-Fort Carson, Denver East, and Cherry Creek racked up a lot of relay points at state this year.
Recognizing the top relay schools at the 2017 state meet...
The powerful 1A Girls teams from this spring figure to be among the select few again next spring.
Brie Oakley and Tanner Norman gave us a brand-new set of 3200 all-class records this spring.
Springfield sent a strong early warning to the rest of 1A when it won the SMR8 with Tatelyn Lasley anchoring.
Though very fast, Nick Ciccio is a kind of secondhand Lion. Baseball gets him first.
Kayla Zink is a good enough sprinter to threaten Zariah Mason's two-year stranglehold on the 1A sprint events.
Blayden Fletcher is one of a small handful of returning state champions in the 1A ranks.
Kylee Holden and Jada Logan give the Tri League some serious returning punch in the 100 meter hurdles.
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.
Once again, Eaton finishes the year as one of the state's most powerful relay programs. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Although Heritage Christian Academy didn't win many event titles on their way to a state championship, they did end up claiming the last title of the meet after a see-saw battle with Eads. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Andy Borunda had the 1A shot put competition well under control. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Zariah Mason has made a habit of leaving lots of folks in her wake. Look for more of the same at State this weekend. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Once again, Heritage Christian Academy gives every indication of bringing a dominant distance group to the state meet. Guys like Robbie Wagner help make that happen. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jordan Cherin enters the 2016 season as one of 1A's top athletes. And his Shining Mountain team aims to keep it interesting as well. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Fred Turner finished third last spring in the 1A 800 and figures as one of the top athletes in the Tri League this spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A paramedic killed in southeastern Colorado Friday night is being remembered by the community as a teacher, mentor and friend. (via denver.cbslocal.com)
There's another season of Colorado high school cross country coming at you. Embrace it now before you get trampled.
Jordan Cherin appears to be a leading character on a Shining Mountain team that warrants a much longer look next spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Springfield ran away with a lot of things at the state meet, including the 1A Girls 4x100 title. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tyler Boyd, Ellie Berry, and Miryah Jones made Burlington the 2A Royalty of the Rings for 2015. Photos by Alan Versaw.
Jordyn Colter posted two Colorado all-time records over the weekend, but several more records were shattered. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ross Dunlap and Rafe Hutches gave Springfield a powerful presence in the 400 meters (and elsewhere). Photos by Alan Versaw.
Your guide to following the 1A Boys state title race through all 18 events!
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.
Gabriel Romero is Antonito's lone representative on the 1A 12-deep chart, looking to make an impact at 100 and 400 meters next week in Lakewood. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Before the rain came, there was some serious heat in the Pueblo Twilight 100. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Pikes Peak Christian's Tristina Altman landed herself top-six marks for the week in both the 400 and 1600. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Sylvana Ross knows why it pays to be fast on the back straight of 400s at the Stutler Bowl. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rachel and Rebekah Rairdon are still the face of Heritage Christian Academy track and field, but there's a lot more to the program than there used to be. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Michael Braithwaite might well be the fastest guy in 1A, but that won't keep Pikes Peak Christian from needing to make choices about how they use his talents. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
It's good news for Springfield that Ross Dunlap has his high jump machine working again, but there's lots of good news around Springfield this week. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
Sam Hopfe helped Woodland Park to a team title in Salida on Saturday with an individual title of his own. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Preseason rankings takes a look at 1A.
Andy Borunda lets a discus fly at last year's state meet. This year, he takes aim at big 1A points in the event. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
For almost all of us, cross country season is done. It's time to start looking ahead toward track season. Free content.
Loveland's Taylor Buschy ran down Littleton in Friday's SMR8, just one of five impressive relays for the Loveland girls. Photo by Ashley Green.
If you like seeing what speedsters like Emily Romo are doing this winter, you'll love what's coming up this spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Great relay races are a highlight of almost any track meet, but nowhere more so than at state. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Lindsey Stindt is one of the big reasons that neither Lyons nor Akron may come in as the 2A girls favorite next spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Landry Cogburn closed out a brilliant high school career with three individual and one relay state title on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Last year, Andrew Proebstle and his Rifle teammates were competing in 4A. This year, they threaten to take over 3A. Contributed photo.
A nearly full set of competitive relays means that Simla will be heard from this week in 1A girls track and field. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Following the scent of last year's trail that led to a state title, Clint Myers won the Tri-Peaks League shot put title. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If you can names the girls of this row of the Liberty Bell 3200 start, you're up-to-speed on Colorado distance. Photo by Jeff McCoy.