Mason Norman is set for a three-peat.
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Jimmy Scavuzzo helped elevated SkyView's 4x8 to a new state-leading mark.
Skyview's Jimmy Scavuzzo will give the Wolverines some added depth in the distance events.
Fort Morgan's Haley Lewis returns as one of the best athletes in the state. She'll look to lead her team to another league title this year.
Once inside the stadium, Mason Norman made certain he made his lead stick to the finish line.
Hannah Ellis won huge at her regional last week and now faces bigger obstacles at State.
Andrew King beats Levi Chambers and Christian Fagerlin to the finish line in 3A Region 4.
We haven't seen much of this trio in state this year, but they still know how to put a race away.
David Fine takes favorite status into Friday's 3A Region 5 meet, and his team will be trying to make it a party of seven at State.
It's an amped-up SkyView Academy team with Tyler Scholl in the lead role.
SkyView Academy was the biggest mover in this edition of the 3A coaches polls.
Adventure calls your name at the Chris Severy Invitational Saturday in Aspen.
One of the teams that quietly had a very good meet this weekend was the Rock Canyon girls. Nina St. John and Shannon Osoba were a big part of that.
Anna Ponzio added to a growing list of meet titles this fall with another win at Denver West. File photo.
Levi Chambers is doing his part, and more, to get Frontier Academy off to a strong start to the season. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Personal bubbles are routinely burst on the Liberty Bell start line. Swapping sweat is the norm. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
It was a Castle View kind of day as Jared Wright and Aidan Scott led the way for the Sabercat boys.
Erin Kraus was fifth at this meet last year; can she make the move to first this year?
Holy Family's Alyssa Wells made what was perhaps the biggest 3A freshman splash of the weekend.
Colton Stice is a name you're going to become familiar with this fall.
Jimmy Scavuzzo figures to be leading a very competitive SkyView Academy team this fall.
Mackenzie Moss followed up a solid performance at Desert Twilight on Friday with a PPAC individual title on Wednesday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
We've heard a lot about Cole Sprout this season, but Macklin Brockmeyer is also a big part of the Faith Christian success story. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sophia Maeda leads a sharply-improved Mead team this season. They get a larger stage to show something on Friday at Dave Sanders. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Katie Doucette was part of a purple wave of Wildcats that voted early and often for team champion honors. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Civianna Gallegos finished fourth at this meet last year. She figures to be focused on higher this year. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Having shaken all pursuit, Natalie Platil closes in on her first cross country meet title. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
Cassie Unruh and SkyView Academy outperformed their preseason projection by a bundle, even without the benefit of an ultra-competitive freshman class. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jefferson Academy will likely be one of this fall's most improved teams. How high can the Jaguars go? Photo by Alan Versaw.
Joseph Manilafasha, a two-time state champion and one of the best the state has ever seen. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Ben Butler won his second state cross country title last month, but he has a lot left to accomplish. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ben Butler claimed his second straight 3A boys state title with a 15:50.5. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
September 5 is probably not the last time Kaleb Crum has stolen at quick glance at what Alamosa is doing. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Josh Welo gave a promising preview of the future of Chaparral cross country late Monday afternoon. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Ryan Butler closed out the scoring on a dominating performance for SkyView Academy at today's 3A Metro League meet. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
A big part of the reason SkyView Academy is so good is the depth provided by guys like Joseph Pippin. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Holly Bent was all business winning the Pat Patten girls title on Saturday. Photo by Ashley Green.
Colin Cannon took his home meet title in 16:55, dragging a lot of water weight with him. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Last year, Henry Barth was a top-10 finisher at middle school state. This year, he opened as the top finisher for Glenwood and third-place overall at the Basalt meet. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
There's another season of Colorado high school cross country coming at you. Embrace it now before you get trampled.
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.
Cora Cannedy and her Taos teammates topped the small school teams in this year's NXR-SW small-school standings. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
James Giltner took over the lead role and was a solid leader for Kent Denver this fall, but he could have some more help coming back next fall. Photo by Ashley Green.
It didn't take SkyView Academy long to make an impact in 3A. And Cassie Unruh and company will be looking to make a bigger impact next fall. Photo by Ashley Green.
3A Region 3 left us with a lot of questions left to be answered at state. Photo by Renee Haip.
Ben Butler and SkyView Academy are bigger 3A forces than most of us suspected before the season began. They just didn't run on the fastest regional course this weekend. Photo by Renee Haip.
With CeAnn Udovich, Jenna Anderson, and Sierra Tucker all running at the same meet, Lyons had just enough to get by Heritage Christian Academy for the 2A Region 1 title. Photo by Renee Haip.
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.
Sydney Fesenmeyer scored one for the small schools by winning the individual girls title at Saturday's TCA Titan Thunder. Photo by Alan Versaw.
CeAnn Udovich's second-place finish at Castle View warranted a few second glances. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Sabine Lindler had two nice medal finishes on grinder courses in as many days this weekend. Photo by Michele Bisbee.
Check out who our panel of coaches picked as the top ten teams in the state!
Lily Tomasula-Martin ranks high on any measure of returning 3A girls for this fall. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Dallas Frisbie could possibly win the regional individual title, but the depth of the Kent Denver team just might tell the story of the regional team title. Colorado Track XC file photo by Paul Jaeger.
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.
Midway through the race, Allie Chipman and Quinn McConnell battle for the lead. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Zack Retzlaff led a very strong Pueblo West team at the Doherty Spartan Invitational. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Through the barns (optional) and into the creek (non-optional) you go... Colorado Track XC file photo.
Ariana Toland had a nice freshman season for Vanguard and will look to improve on that this fall as a sophomore. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Cross country at the Legend Cross Fest includes a lot of country. Colorado Track XC file photo.
You wouldn't necessarily know she runs for Hotchkiss with her bib pinned over the school imprint, but Sophia Schelle is one of the reasons that Hotchkiss will enter the 2013 cross country season as the 2A favorities. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
Marcel Such's third-place finish among returning runners was perhaps a bit overshadowed by the first-place finish of teammate Paul Roberts, but is was significant nevertheless. Photo by Paul Jaeger.
If you've been ignoring Stephen Rice and Peak to Peak, you'll want to stop doing that very soon. Photo by Alan Versaw.