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Raylee Hunt is coming off a 3A State championship while Carysa Marquez was an all-state finisher among 5A along with Daniela Figueroa.
Organ Mountain's Jeron Wisner and Corbin Coombs top the list after good performances at Mayfield XC Invitational while Clovis' Sammy Fuentes was 4th at his district meet and Los Alamos Eddie Gartz landed a 15th place finish in the 4A State Championships.
4A Champion Delaney Ulrich returns on top of the class of 2024 girls while La Cueva's Ariana Thiel-Hadjilambrinos and Lorianna Piestewa follow closely behind.
Gerardo Mendoza lands in the top ten after a 3rd place finish in the A/2A State Championships while Esponala Sanchez was the 8th place finisher among the 5A boys.
New Mexico 5A cross country boasts plenty of talent returning for the class of 2023 including Leah Futey, Ellary Battle, Yisel Palacios and Ellie Suo-Anttila.
Coming on top of the class of 2023 New Mexico cross country boys is the 4A champion Rendon Kuykendall and 5A champ Steven West.
Los Alamos duo Delaney Ulrich and Kelly Wetteland after going 1-2 in the 2021 New Mexico 4A Girls State Cross Country Championships.
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They came close in 2019, missed out in 2020, and finally get the New Mexico 5A State Cross Country trophy that had been elusive in the past.
Volcano Vista was favored going into the season and throughout had been the most consistent, they unleashed full force for the 5A State Championships.
Los Alamos is the juggernaut program that shows no signs of slowing down now or in the future as they repeat as 4A state champions for third straight year.
Los Alamos finds a way with new boys on the varsity seven to roll along to yet another state title. Hope Christian's Rendon Kuykendall once again champ of 4A.
Zuni was on a mission after missing out last cross country season, they ran away with 3A boys title while Melvin Scott out-leaned Kameron Eustace to be champion
Cottonwood Classical returns on top of the podium despite some key departures from the spring championship team. St.Michael's Raylee Hunt dominates the 3A race.
Pecos Panthers finish off the season once again hoisting the blue trophy as they land 50 points over Oak Grove Classical and Penasco in the A/2A State race.
Penasco was likely not on anyone's list of teams to potentially win the A/2A crown and yet they pull off the upset in the closest championship race of the day.
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Rio Rancho enters this meet seeking a repeat state title but the real show will be in this 5A girl's individual race with talent all over this field.
Sandia's Steven West will seek to end his season with the 5A state cross country title, while you can expect a tight team battle between 5A's top contenders.
This may be the most dominant Los Alamos team ever going into 4A girls state meet, while Academy's Emma Patton will seek to shine on her home course on Saturday