La Cueva's Natasha Bernal (#1) swept the Distance events, capping off an undefeated senior year. Photo by Blake Wood.
Sue Cleveland Alumnus Luis Martinez has transitioned from all-time New Mexico great to integral member of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Photo courtesy of Luis Martinez.
Eldorado's Lauren Martinez set a new Meet Record at the 2015 APS Metro Championships. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
Eldorado's Miles Brooks was victorious in the 800m at the Richard Harper Invitational. Photo by Blake Wood.
Larimar Rodriguez (center) has been an integral member of the Cleveland Storm's track and field domination. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal rolled to another fast time at the Clovis Wildcat Relays. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Aztec's Sarah Root competed in three events in Monday's Marilyn Sepulveda Invitational. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Eldorado's highflying Lauren Martinez has lofty goals as she leaves her mark in New Mexico Track and Field's Record Book. Photo courtesy of Sean Anthony.
Del Norte Alumnae Jenna Thurman (right) continues her stellar career at Adams State University. Photo courtesy of Jenna Thurman.
Albuquerque Academy's Jordan Lesansee won the 3200m at the Rio Rancho Invitational. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
A closer look at the meteoric rise of La Cueva's Natasha Bernal. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Atrisco Heritage Academy's Gilbert Ramirez set a new Boys Meet Record in the 800m at Saturday's Cleveland Invite. Photo by Blake Wood.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal and Mason Swanson led their Bear teammates to a Championship repeat. Photo by Holly Patterson.
The Rio Rancho Rams were hard pressed by the Hobbs Eagles during the 6A Boys Championship. Photo by Holly Patterson.
Miyamura's Niles Thomas leads the Boys Championship race in its early stages. Photo by Blake Wood.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal returned to the Albuquerque Academy XC Course and notched another impressive victory. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
With the crack of the starter's pistol, competitor's in the 2014 Albuquerque Academy Invite rush to establish position, including eventual winner, Niles Thomas (second from the left). Photo by Blake Wood.
Rio Rancho's Devin Paredes racing at the UNM Lobo Invite, won Saturday's Cleveland XC Invite. Photo courtesy of Alan Versaw.
Mike Budick was dealt setbacks in the discus and javelin but retained his iron grip on the shot put. File photo by Blake Wood.
The triple jump was just one of the events that Kyra Mohns dominated this weekend. Photo by Blake Wood.
Eventual 3200 winner Kendall Kelly nips at Noel Prandoni's heels early in the race. Contributed photo.
Allison Mady launches one of the throws that took her to the Rio Rancho Invitational shot put title. Contributed photo.
Academy's Nick Slade enjoyed a big day of it, winning the long jump and the 300 hurdles,and finishing second in the 110 hurdles. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
Jereme Santistevan stayed just out of reach of the chase pack the entire race to win the Jamboree Championship title. Photo by Blake Wood.
At two miles in, it was still anybody's race at the Albuquerque Academy Invitational. Photo by Blake Wood.
The Cleveland Invite is only in its second edition, but the competition was once again fast and furious. This year, the larger Albuquerque stalwarts converged on Coach Kenny Henry's flat and fast course to provide an early season showdown of Personal Best performances.
Eldorado's Crissey Amberg pulls away from Kelli Reagan of St. Pius X in the final stages of the girls race. Photo by Blake Wood.
Aztec's Sarah Root took a razor-thin victory over Kirtland Central's Shantel Foutz in the 4A 100 hurdles. Photo by Blake Wood.
Lauren Martinez cleared 12-2 in the pole vault and smashed a meet record in the process. Photo by Blake Wood.
There are few bad days under the sun at the UNM track. Photo by Nick Martinez.