Rychelle Denardo headlines a very competitive small-school girls team out of Battle Mountain High School in Colorado. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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Madison Foley and her Hilltopper teammates aim for their sixth team title in a row. Photo by Blake Wood.
Miyamura's Niles Thomas separated himself early on his was to the District 1-5A individual title. Photo by Holly Patterson.
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.
The potpourri of jerseys at the Los Alamos Invite is a reminder that the Cross Country season is coming to a close. Photo by Blake Wood.
The Palmer Ridge boys, fresh off of running what was arguably the best boys race of the Colorado state meet, relax with a little trophy time. Photo by Tim Hilt.
Los Alamos, Santa Teresa, and Roswell will all be running in the girls Championship race at Saturday's Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Let's review the XC action from this past weekend's meets. Cover art by Sampson Sage.
While not in the same race, Valencia's Carisma Lovato and most of the Albuquerque Academy field will be in action this weekend. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
Cibola's Chris Harlow scored a nice victory last friday at the Highland Invitational. Photo courtesy Alan Versaw.
While most of 5A is familiar with one another from 4A, Lovington's Alexis Mata and Luis Villasenor will be new cards in the deck. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cameren Kristensen and Julie Giannini have seen a lot of each other this season, but there's one more round of it coming. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Amanda Mercer of Los Alamos put away the District 2 - 4A individual title. Photo by Blake Wood.
Sydney Salas and Dayna Guerro battle for the lead in the shade of the Ruidoso pines. Photo by Steven Montoya.
Amerhyst Aguirre took on a challenging course at the Cobre Invitational and came out a winner. Photo by Lola Cunico.
St. Pius star Julie Giannini heads into her senior season. 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.
Piedra Vista's Harrison Fleming rolls through the state course just ahead of Gallup's Alexander Taylor and Belen's Dontae Vigil. PIedra Vista and Belen are two 4A teams with solid potential to move up next fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Reiley Kelly took the inagural ATC Everybody Invitational title in Santa Fe on a chilly Saturday morning. Photo by Shari Griswold.
William Longenbaugh and Ryan Lesansee will be back for Albuquerque Academy in the fall, and they hope to invert the order of last year's state meet finish with Los Alamos. Contributed photo.