Addi Iken added to her season's list of wins with a dominating effort at Wiggins. File Photo.
This week is the week where every high school cross country team in the state determines if they turn uniforms in or if they survive to race another week.
Chloe Cassens, Kyla Ramsey, and Kaylee Thompson set out on the final 80 meters that would determine the eventual winner.
Habtamu Cheney and Desert Vista moved up to #2 in this edition of the Southwest region rankings.
Austin Vancil reprised his 2016 effort with a win in Jeffco 5A this year. File Photo.
Find out here who you'll be racing against this weekend!
Megan Greenly may be your strongest candidate for the girls individual title at Friday's Eric Wolff.
Catch up with the racing of Colorado's high school graduates here.
Drew Johnson has enjoyed a sensational season to date and is not to be overlooked among the candidates for the Jeffco 5A Boys individual title.
Ryan Lehmuth withstands the charges of Andrew King and Simon Kelati at the finish of the University Break Your Pace race. University's spiffy new track puts in a cameo appearance in the background.
Chloe Cortes is one of the ones Grandview will be counting on the come through for the team to claim the Centennial League title.
The Albuquerque Academy and Rio Rancho girls mixed things up nicely at the Albuquerque Metro Championships, with AA taking top honors.
About the wind at Pat Amato... note where these girls' hair ended up...
Rock Canyon has a very real shot here, but it will take big efforts down the line by guys like AJ Bishop to get it done.
Isaac Roberts won a round with Levi Kilian last week Thursday. Can he repeat that this week Wednesday?
The long and winding hill.
Justin McDaniel should be among those contending for the Tri-Valley league individual title, having most recently won the title at his home meet, the Mead Stampede.
Hannah Ellis got a slow start to her season owing to an injury from spring, but she has things pointed solidly in the right direction with a dominating win at the Patriot League meet on Saturday.
Laura Romero is at least a co-favorite for the girls individual title at the Denver Prep Schools meet on Tuesday.
If you're looking for keys to the Centaurus sweep of the Northern League titles, one big one can be found in the PR effort of freshman James Overberg.
David Fine chases Connor McCabe up the second ascent. McCabe's lead wouldn't last much longer.
Check out last week's performances by Colorado high school alumni!
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It's an amped-up SkyView Academy team with Tyler Scholl in the lead role.
Cole Sprout ran 36 seconds faster this year at Desert Twilight than at Liberty Bell. As it turns out, that about average for all 28 boys who ran both races.
Of the Colorado girls who ran both Liberty Bell and Desert Twilight, Taylor James was fastest in the desert.
Dalton Yost found himself in the winner's circle for the first time in his high school career. File Photo
It's very likely that Pine Creek is back in 5A after next year's classification adjustments.
New Mexico's Kashon Harrison barely outdueled Colorado's Cole Sprout in the cool of the Arizona night at Desert Twilight.
Dakota Ridge was this edition's most visible mover in the 5A rankings.