New Mexico Boys 5A State Records
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2019 New Mexico State Cross Country Championships series.
Take a look at athletes that have achieved the 5A state qualifying standards.
Today we preview the 2019 Richard Harper Invitational.
Onate's Yemisi Oroyinyin was a double titlist in the Girls 6A Throwing events. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
Cleveland's Larimar Rodriguez is a big reason why the Storm are Class 6A favorites at this weekend's 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
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.
Santa Fe's Akeisha Ayanniyi (right) will be part of the quality fields at the Richard Harper Invitational. Photo by Blake Wood.
Santa Fe's Akeisha Ayanniyi (center) had a record setting day at the Marilyn Sepulveda Classic. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Albuquerque Academy's Jordan Lesansee won the 3200m at the Rio Rancho Invitational. 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.
The Boys Championship Race at the Rio Rancho Jamboree saw much of New Mexico top distance talent in one race. Photo by Blake Wood.
Belen's Aaron Valenzuela was New Mexico's highest placing finisher in the Seeded Races at the Footlocker West Regional. Photo by Holly Patterson.
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.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal looks to finish the 2014 New Mexico Cross Country season with a couple State Titles. Photo by Blake Wood.
The District 1-5A girls team battle will be tight as Aztec, Gallup, Miyamura, and Piedra Vista all have aspirations of competing next weekend. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Saturday morning will be full of racing at both the Rio Grande XC Invitational and Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Sampson Sage.
The picture is starting to look brighter once again for Heather Holt and her Fort Collins teammates. Photo by Ashley Green.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal returned to the Albuquerque Academy XC Course and notched another impressive victory. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Familiar Metro foes Albuquerque Academy, La Cueva, St. Pius X, and Sandia will face-off in Saturday's Metro Championships. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Cibola's Chris Harlow scored a nice victory last friday at the Highland Invitational. Photo courtesy Alan Versaw.
While Desert Vista was dominating down in Arizona, Monarch and Cherry Creek were renewing their vows of rivalry in Colorado. Photo by Ashley Green.
It was difficult to miss the Albuquerque Academy presence at the front of their own invitational on Friday. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
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.
Holly Bent led a storm of Monarch Coyotes to the Liberty Bell finish line on Friday. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal powers away from the field for a dominating victory at the UNM Lobo Invitational. Photo courtesay of Alan Versaw.
If you liked the Matt Jackson/Nathan Munoz hurdle show this year, you can come back for more next year. Photo by Will Stanopiewicz.
Last year, there wasn't much mystery going into the 5A boys state meet. There wasn't much mystery during the meet. And, there certainly wasn't any mystery at the end of the meet.
Michael Goke is one of a long list of returning Rio Rancho Rams that figures to make life difficult for the rest of New Mexico's 6A teams. Photo by Alan Versaw.
New Mexico has a solid tradition of strong performances at Nike Southwest, though those performances have been heavily tilted toward the boys to date.
Cleveland's Jared Mayoral brings the top time into Saturday's Metro Championships, but that may only serve to make him more of a marked man. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A little scenery comes with the cross country at the Centennial Hawks XC Challenge. Contributed photo
If La Cueva is to chase down defending state champion Eldorado, Elizabeth Weeks will be a big part of that picture. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Frank Scorfina returns to cross country this fall having made something of a name for himself in the 1600 this spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A little "HC" on a black singlet doesn't do much to identify Pat Wood as a Hope Christian harrier, but it will be more difficult for the Huskies to fly under the radar this fall given their 1600 performances from this spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Caleb Eppes figures to become the lead guy for the Rio Rancho Rams this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Andres Franco, shown here winning the 1600 at the Albuquerque Invitational, projects to be among the top athletes in 5A boys for 2014. Photo by Blake Wood.
It's still a week before Marilyn Sepulveda, but 5A boys is taking some serious shape.
The St. Michael's boys enjoy a little camera time before their race on Friday evening. Photo by Margot Kelly.
The Robertson Invitational at Milne Stadium. March 24, 2012. Remember the date. Remember the meet.
Cleveland may not have needed it, but they summoned the meteorological forces to their side nevertheless in claiming the titles at their inviational on Saturday.
Photo courtesy: John Olson, South Carolina Runner's
The Scourge of Utah - the American Fork boys. Contributed Photo.
Trophy Hunters - The Xavier Prep girls have been filling the case this fall. Photo by Margot Kelly.