We've already heard a great deal from Aaron Flores, but Jared Mayoral may be another Cleveland runner with an excellent shot at an individual state title this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
This fall, it could be the competition that's turning all shades of green if Moises Coca continues to make the kind of progress he's been making the last nine months. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tyano Pinto figures to be one of several talented young runners looking to fill a void at the top of 2A left by graduation. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Danny Yazzie and Jacob Subratie just might find themselves going at each other hard for a state medal once again this year. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Hannah Gunther wore a few Tiger stripes at last year's state meet and has had a tiger in her tank ever since. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Niles Thomas was arguably the top 4A freshman last fall and figures to make bigger noises this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Nobody has lost track of Los Alamos or Albuquerque Academy, but Dontae Vigil helps to make Belen another team you want to be thinking about this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Leandrew Daily's contribution this fall will be key for the chances for Navajo Prep. Photo by Alan Versaw.
With Jenna Thurman graduated, there may not be anybody left who can go to the wire with Jessie Hix. Photo by Blake Wood.
Donevan Gravelle and Derrick Grasmick both figure to have big roles to play in determining their teams' chances of taking home a 3A state title this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Desert Academy's Taylor Bacon returns for her junior season and a chance to help lead her team to something special this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Caleb Eppes figures to become the lead guy for the Rio Rancho Rams this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A great deal of how Navajo Prep and Bosque do this fall figures to be determined by the kind of seasons Muriel Waukazoo and Kendall Kelly have. Photo by Alan Versaw.
There's some optimism in the Albuquerque Academy camp, and Alex Dean and Cameren Kristensen are two of the reasons for that optimism. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Pojoaque's Megan Herrera laid claim to second at last year's state meet. The sights may be set higher this year. Photo by Alan Versaw.
By now, the attention of more than a few distance types has turned to cross country.
Addison Rauch qualifies as one of the most bundled up contestants at this year's state meet, but dreams of contending for a team state title next fall should make the winter at East Mountain a little warmer. Photo by Alan Versaw.