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FIRST TEAM

Cruz Culpepper, Sr., Niwot: The BoCoPreps.com runner of the year, he set a 4A state meet record time of 15:36.10 while winning the individual championship and leading the Cougars to a team title. That time was the 21st fastest time of the season in Colorado.

Lukas Haug, Jr., Boulder: In his first season as an upperclassman, Haug settled into his place among the top 50 cross country runners in Colorado. He finished the season by placing 23rd in 5A with a time of 16:29.5.

Parker Lee, Sr., Legacy: It was an outstanding senior year for Lee, who capped his final prep campaign with a 15th-place finish in 5A courtesy of a 16:16.2 on the biggest day of the Colorado high school season.

Henry Little, Sr., Monarch: As a senior, he placed 32nd in 5A at the state meet with a time of 16:37.4 but not before he set the season’s 20th fastest time with a 15:35.80 at the Liberty Bell on Sept. 7.

Henry Murphy, Jr., Fairview: His time of 15:29.00 at the Pat Patten Invitational on Oct. 17 was the 11th fastest time of the season statewide. Murphy went on to place 36th in 5A at state with a time of 16:43.2.

Centaurus junior James Overberg leads the ...
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Centaurus’ James Overberg is a first-team selection to the 2019 boys cross country all-region team.

James Overberg, Jr., Centaurus: Finishing strong, the Warriors’ junior placed eighth overall in the 4A race at this year’s state meet with a time of 16:15.4 to claim the first top-10 medal of his prep career.

Isaac Roberts, Sr., Lyons: The latest Roberts wunderkind to be featured out of the small-school running factory known as Lyons, he ran a top 50 statewide time (15:55.61) at the Pat Amato Classic and finished the season by winning the 2A individual title and leading the Lions to a team championship.

James Thomas, Jr., Broomfield: The proud owner of this season’s 38th fastest time, a 15:49.54 he ran at the Pat Amato Classic, Thomas finished out 2019 by placing 18th in 5A with a time of 16:21.3.

Coach  – Mark Roberts: The Lions dominated the 2A race at this year’s state championships, placing three runners in the top nine. The Lions also won the team and individual titles on the girls side, which made Lyons the first team since 1995 to win every possible championship in a classification.

 

HONORABLE MENTION

Zane Bergen, So., Niwot; Keegan Caldwell, Jr., Mead; Avery Conaghan, Sr., Monarch; Jacob Crookston, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Wiley Feiger, Sr., Fairview; Max Heins, Fr., Centaurus; Joey Hendershot, So., Niwot; Joaquin Herrera, Jr., Niwot; Luke Johnson, Sr., Monarch; Josh Klaus, Sr., Fairview;

William Ledden, Sr., Peak to Peak; Connor McCormick, So., Longmont; Ryan Montera, Jr., Legacy; Grayden Rauba, Jr., Niwot; Gabriel Rueda, Sr., Prospect Ridge Academy; Simon Stone, Sr., Lyons; Henry Terhaar, Sr., Silver Creek; Carson Williams, Sr., Boulder.