Lauren Gregory and Brie Oakley embark on a journey that would earn both of them enhanced position on the Rutherford 2 Mile list.
Adam Dawson went to #2 on the all-time Colorado discus list this spring, becoming only Colorado's second-ever to surpass 200 feet.
Hayley Rayburn has been paying her pole vault dues this summer. File Photo.
Although track and field is still very much in the news cycle, cross country is starting to insist on its share now, as well.
Arria Minor takes her two best races--the 200 and 400--to Sacramento, California, for Junior Nationals this weekend.
If you had to pick, what would it be?
James Lee's 4:13.35 mile was one of two second-place finishes for Colorado at NBNO.
Jockeying for first turn position.
Brie Oakley puts the finishing touches on the fastest outdoor two mile by an American high schooler.
Colorado athletes all over the place!
Sunday Abarca was making waves already as a freshman at Aspen.
The wind reading shown on the board just wiped out all marks recorded in the heat for any future use in records, rankings, or as seed marks for future meets.
Dylan Schubert is one big reason the future looks promising for Thompson Valley track and field.
Madison Mooney tries to take her PR below 4:47 this weekend in Seattle.
Triple jumper Brooke Stremler is one reason Lutheran can continue to have bright hopes for the future of their program.
Isaac Roberts is one of this year's 2A freshman boys who figure to loom large on the 2A Boys scene over the next three years.
Jackson Connelly has the fastest set of wheels in this year's crop of 5A freshman boys.
Fresh off competition in New Mexico last weekend, Kain Medrano was slinging for the fences again this weekend at the Kyle Macintosh Twilight.
There's a reasonably good chance these two will be the faces of 2A Girls headlines for the next few years.
The yellow singlets were out in force for Great Southwest.
Drew Ellis was a key element in propelling Pawnee to the 1A Lords and Ladies of the Leap crown.
Whatever thoughts Jenna McCaffrey had with a half-mile to go, she was all alone with them.
If you've been hopeful that Battle Mountain might soon see the end of their distance domination, you would do well to remind yourself of Grace Johnson.
Eli Grant is one of the 3A Boys names you might be growing a lot more familiar with over the next three years.
Sydnie Main and her Meeker teammates beat down the 2A competition in the throws with depth, never finishing higher than fourth in any of the four throwing events, but piling up points all along the way.
If you didn't get to see enough of Brie Oakley and Lauren Gregory at State this year, they match up again at Brooks PR next weekend.
Mary Gillett got way out in front of the girls 200 meter field.
Monarch's Zach Litoff isn't done running two miles yet. He has one in Greensboro, North Carolina, next weekend.
Jentry Largent won two state titles outright, was part of a third on a relay, and also part of a runner-up relay at State.