2019 New Mexico state Cross Country Championships series.
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Take a look at some of the action from around New Mexico.
Preview the 2019 New Mexico 1A - 3A State Championship May 10th-11th
Broomfield's girls claimed the Colorado 5A title and Colorado power merge. Davis, American Fork, and Desert Vista loom next ahead of the Eagles. Photo by Karen McCoy.
Can the tandem of Elizabeth Reyes and Cora Cannedy keep Taos in the Girls Championship Race title hunt? File photo by Alan Versaw.
The Navajo Prep Lady Eagles will be looking to claim the top prize in Saturday's 3A Girls Cross Country Championship. Photo by Sampson Sage.
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.
Familiar San Juan County foes will square off Friday afternoon at the Kirtland Invitational. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Runners will be firing off the line in Saturday's Varsity division races at the Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Alizabeth Williams leads a formidable ATC team into the 3A fray this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ryan Sandoval and Austyn Salvador could see a lot more of each other at this year's state meet--and with potentially a lot on the line. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tre' Riley, at right, was young last year and finished 25th in the state meet. Look for a much bigger contribution from him this year. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Chelsie Reid and Meghan Aguilera lead the Oñate team across the starting field at the Kendall Kidd Coronado Invitational. Photo by Ballard Wood.
Jimmy Buchanan leads a Santa Fe Prep team that figures to go title hunting 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.
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.
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.
At about a quarter of the way through the race, Alonzo Chavez made his move to separate from the lead pack. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Muriel Waukazoo challenges Kendall Kelley for second in the early going, while eventual winner Cassie C de Baca keeps herself in contact. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rachel Fleddermann stakes out an early lead (one that she would not relinquish) in her district race last weekend. Photo by Tim Host.
Kelly Regan, Jennifer Mooday, Julie Giannini, and Malia Gonzales battle it out at the front of the pack at the Los Alamos Invitational on Friday, Photo by Blake Wood.
As we pass the midpoint of the season, one consistent theme emerging is that the strong teams are not faltering. If there is to be a changing of the order of things, the time window for that to happen is growing shorter with each weekend of action.
The race gets underway at Valencia. Photo by Carvella Lueras.
For all intents and purposes, the 2011 New Mexico girls high school cross country season began as it ended--with Los Alamos taking it all.
In the classifications we've covered thus far, there hasn't appeared to be many close contests for the state title shaping up. 2A may provide a break in the pattern.