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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.
SkyView Academy was the biggest mover in this edition of the 3A coaches polls.
Battle Mountain retains the top girls position, but Durango and Palmer Ridge continue to close up ranks at the Huskies.
Shining Mountain's girls showed the greatest upward mobility in this edition of the 2A rankings.
Tanner Norman's 14:59 was the top Colorado time at Desert Twilight until Cole Sprout ran 14:48 this past weekend. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tatum Miller backed up her 17:42 last year with a 17:45 this year, giving her two Colorado top-ten times at Desert Twilight in as many tries.
Adventure calls your name at the Chris Severy Invitational Saturday in Aspen.
Bean Minor is a big part of the face of the future for the Salida Boys program.
One of the teams that quietly had a very good meet this weekend was the Rock Canyon girls. Nina St. John and Shannon Osoba were a big part of that.
You'd expect a grand spectacle in the desert to tell you something. And it did.
Carter Severson led the Moffat County Bulldogs to a dominating win at their home invitational on Saturday.
It's a deep Durango roster, on the starting line and in terms of freshmen and sophomores.
Though things were fairly tight through the mile, Chris Theodore and Easton Allred would take over soon thereafter.
Ezekiel Kuntz and Jacob White give Dakota Ridge back-to-back stellar freshman classes.
The teams won't all be the same as the last time there was a meet at Polson Ranch, but all the start line intensity will be back.
It seems everywhere we turn, we end up seeing green.
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Everything in Salida happens under the watchful eye of Mt. Shavano.
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Something will have to give on Friday when Aubrey Frentheway, last year's Thornton Invite champion, meets Brynn Siles, this year's rival to the throne.
Lately, you've been seeing more of Niwot at the front of things. You may want to grow accustomed to that.
Anna Ponzio added to a growing list of meet titles this fall with another win at Denver West. File photo.