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.
Lucy Hart and William Hibbard were instrumental in bringing not one, but two, CSML 5A titles back to Pine Creek High School.
Sophia Mena subdued the resistance for second before taking on the challenge of the lead.
Dust isn't so bad if you don't mind clogged nostrils and dry throats.
You can go to a lot of cross country races and not see a finish as good as this one.
The Spartans, they run in a pack. And a lot of raw meat got chewed up along the way, with carcasses spit out the back.
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Arria Minor minor enjoyed a monster of a state meet, which included breaking or tying three all-time Colorado high school records.
Jeffco Stadium has been the combined state meet location for 10 years now, but it wasn't always that way.
Esther Diza-Mbelolo has the name every announcer ducks from, but the hurdle form they love to see.
Kain Medrano was a force in the Great Southwest throws.
Zac Witman holds a narrow lead over Sadio Fenner over the final water barrier.
Fountain-Fort Carson, Denver East, and Cherry Creek racked up a lot of relay points at state this year.
Conditions are usually very contrasty when shooting the pole vault. But, they were actually rather tolerable on Saturday.
Brandon Deas gets to watch the rankings tonight and wait and see if his 11.08 100 gets him to the big dance.
The evening isn't done until you've drained your legs.
Morgan Short went to #5 on the 3A long jump list with a 16-10 winner early Friday evening.
Start lists shown here for Friday's running of the Pueblo Twilight.
Andrew Doctor and Cameron Harris provided 14 seconds of adrenaline in the 110 meter hurdle finals.
After everyone else was done in the girls high jump, Katelyn McMoore was still clearing bars.
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James Heater was busy going deep in the throws under unexpectedly pleasant conditions on Thursday.
See here what heat(s) you'll be in for Saturday's Mullen Invitational!