Riley Stewart ran away from the field by 15 seconds to take the NXR-SW girls title.
The chase pack reels Jocelyn Millican in from an early lead.
Viewing options for the state cross country championships.
Aidyn Woodall had lots of time and space to herself at the end, but it would be Pine Creek securing the team title.
After a brief bit of company to start the race, Mason Norman ran alone to his third regional title in three years.
Tatum Miller pulls away from Ella Chura and Jocelyn Millican at the end.
Mason Norman and Ben Conlin traded strides for better than half of the race, but the last 2000 meters belonged to Norman.
The girls race hits the first dip with Fountain-Fort Carson already firmly in the lead.
More meets are won by fifth runners than by first runners, but packing up your 3-4-5 is particularly effective.
Noel Lopez and Micah Zeller traded strides amicably enough in the early going, but...
Cole Nash kept the pressure on Mason Norman but was never able to mount a successful bid for the lead.
With a little over 600 meters to go, there was no possible means of picking a winner.
Joe Vigil has been drawing top-tier competition over the past few years.
Of the teams gathered, Peyton may have done more to turn attention in their direction than all the rest.
University's white uniforms stood out, but that wasn't what stood out most about the Bulldogs today.
Mariah Humphrey sets to throw.
David Stapleton was New Mexico's lone representative in the steeplechase.
Harrison's sprint relays were not taking no for an answer.
Lilly Lavier built a formidable lead on the first lap and crushed the field on the second.
Faith Novess left a small-school mark on a big-school meet with a convincing win in the 300 hurdles.
Hector Ortega made it two wins on the season with another 6-4 triumph at the Mountain Range Mustang Invitational.
In the list of new names to think about, be sure to leave some space for Cherry Creek's Kel McDavid in the 400.
Jaydes Warwick just may have made a hurdles name for himself with two big wins on the opening day of competition.
Three of the top four places in the 60 went to Colorado athletes!
Anna Hall doesn't get as much ink for the hurdles as for some other events, but she was convincing tonight in the hurdles even so, taking the win in the final meters of the race.
Taylor James was a force to be reckoned with at today's Let's Get Real Classic.
If you know your Colorado boys, you can pick a few out here early in the small school boys race.
By midway through the race, there were no challengers left for Cole Sprout and Easton Allred.
Mason Norman was a one-man pack at the front throughout almost the entirety of the race.