Catch up here on the collegiate performances of Colorado's high school alumni!
Anna Hall has the high jump qualifying standard and will doubtlessly be accepted in the pentathlon as well if she chooses to make the trip to NBNI again this year.
Will there be more years of 6-3 scoring in 2A cross country, or will 2018 be the year we go to 6-4?
Carl Heide is one of several important reasons that Bayfield figures as the top team in the Intermountain League this spring.
At this point, Zion Gordon is the lone Colorado indoor male athlete with two NBNI qualifying marks.
The Cadet Field House at the Air Force Academy will once again be hosting the meet of greatest interest this weekend.
Ariana Bishop-Falu didn't see a lot of track action last spring, but what she did see was enough to indicate some serious promise at 100 meters.
Arria Minor stays at the front of a very fast crowd at 60 meters.
Alex Hise figures as the top returning sprinter in the Southwestern League for this spring.
Jared Leblow got out to an early lead as last year's Colorado State Snowshoe Championships and never had need of looking back.
Eaton may not have quite as many of the top-end athletes returning this year as in some previous years, but jumper Alexis Lamoreaux should be one they can count on to help keep the rest of the league at bay.
Keeping you up-to-date on what's happening in the world of Colorado high school track and field...
Sam Dirkes is one reason Silver Creek throws are looking bright even after a big hit to graduation.
The new year brings a major shift in responsibilities at Colorado Track XC!
You might, or might not, be surprised to learn that Ally Watt owns the top 60 meter mark among high school girls at the Cadet Field House over the last decade.
It's time to start kicking some sand in photographers' faces.
If you're in it solely for what you can get out of it, high school sports is a lot like Christmas--the thrill is over in a hurry.
Mason Finley is arguably, and perhaps indisputably, the top high school track and field athlete in the state over the last decade.
Once Brie Oakley made her break, even Claudia Lane couldn't bring her back.
The Battle Mountain girls enjoy a moment in the spotlight on account of a third-place finish at NXN.
Tanner Norman had the advantage of running under the lights in Pueblo, he had the disadvantage of chasing the record in an almost entirely solo effort.
Lauren Gregory squeezes out all the speed she can muster to challenge Brie Oakley off the final turn.
Elise Cranny was a formidable force on both the course and the track, and definitely one of the elite of the last 10 years.
When you run in the 52s for 400 meters, there's going to be a lot of people left in your dust.
You can make a lot of different arguments for who's the best of the last 10 years, but Dior Hall had better be on your short list.
James Thomas didn't quite manage to hold off Highlands Ranch, but he did all that was necessary, plus a little, to secure yet another state title for Fountain-Fort Carson in the 4x400.
Mia Manson got a nice clearance at Great Southwest, but it was a stepping stone and not the record.
Jequan Hogan provided the first 50-foot triple jump many Colorado fans of track and field had ever seen.
When it comes to a four-year career posted over the last 10 years, nobody matches the standard set by Paul Roberts.