Hope Christian's Rendon Kuykendall is the 2020-2021 New Mexico Boys Cross Country Gatorade Player of the Year.
Watch the full replay of the 2020 New Mexico State Cross Country Championships 5A boys and girls races.
We got your complete coverage of the 2020 NMAA State Cross Country Championships with a full replay of races, interviews, photos, and recap by classifications.
The biggest classification in the state highlighted by Rio Rancho schools once again finding success through depth, determination, and persistence.
A/2A was yet another close matchup with ATC and Pecos as they return every runner from the previous season in hopes of claiming yet another blue trophy.
Los Alamos girls prove once again that they are the best among 4A, Hope Christian boys win their first state title in spectacular fashion.
Cottonwood Classical boys and girls sweep 3A in historic fashion to kick start the NMAA State Cross Country Championships.
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Rio Rancho is one of the few schools bringing back most of their state runners and could seize the throne from rival Cleveland.
Albuquerque Academy on its home course taking on the challenge of Los Alamos and Hope Christian for a must watch 4A boys championship.
4A promises to be another good matchup with Academy and Los Alamos but St.Pius will also be in the mix as a potential state contender.
3A boys will noticeably be the most affected from Covid as Cottonwood Classical returns as the highest placed team from the 2019 field at 6th place.
Cottonwood Classical is the defending state champions of 3A as four of the remaining top five from last year are not competing in this year's championship.
Headlining the A/2A boys are Cloudcroft as they enter 2020 Western Sky Community Care State Cross Country Championships with the most returners.
Academy for Tech and the Classics and Pecos will duel once again for the NMAA A/2A Girls State Cross Country Championships.