100 — Blake Barnett, So., Erie: The Class 4A state champion went 11.11 for the gold, while he also anchored EHS’ gold-winning 800-meter relay.
200 — Grayson Arnold, Sr., Holy Family: Finished second in both sprint events at state, including a meet record 21.44 seconds in the 200.
400 — Andrew Muncy, Sr., Skyline: A season-best 48.11 second time for the senior was fifth in Colorado this spring, and he placed third in the event at state (48.56).
800 — Zane Bergen, Sr., Niwot: Claimed Colorado’s top 800 time (1:50.01) during the season and won gold at state with a stellar 1:52.07.
1,600 — Connor McCormick, Sr., Longmont: A double-gold winner in distance, McCormick and Bergen went neck-and-neck in the mile with the Trojans senior establishing a 4A state meet record 4:06.97. Also with a silver in the 800, McCormick claimed BoCoPreps.com athlete of the year honors.
3,200 — Tyler Ball, Jr., Lyons: Another state champion, Ball navigated the 2A field to the tune of 9:41.01 after introducing himself to the Centennial State in grand fashion during the cross country season.
400-meter relay — Holy Family (Griffin Eastman, Pierce Kunz, Dominic Neely, Conor Byrne): The Tigers won 3A gold with a state meet record 42.40 second finish and had a 42.05 during the season.
800-meter relay — Erie (Caden Lettis, Marco Martinez, Ashton Whisler, Blake Barnett): This young foursome (no seniors) crushed the competition at 4A state, winning gold with a time of 1:28.45.
1,600-meter relay — Niwot (Nicholas Stade, Ben Classen, Eric Walker, Zane Bergen): The Cougars cleared the rest of the 4A field at state in this event by nearly three seconds, claming gold at 3:20.84.
3,200-meter relay — Longmont (Miles Miller, Andreas O’Malley, Dominic Warner, Connor McCormick): Miller, a freshman, got the Trojans off to a great start and the seniors finished off a second-place state effort with an impressive 7:52.34.
110 hurdles — Eric Walker, Jr., Niwot: A solid sixth place finish at state (15.39) capped a season where Walker turned in an electric 14.62 at the league championships.
300 hurdles — Nicholas Stade, Sr., Niwot: Stade’s season best of 39.27 seconds happened at state, earning him third place to go along with his relay gold.
High jump — Aidan Miller, Sr., Silver Creek: The senior cleared 6-foot-4 at state for fourth place in his classification, and his season best of 6-5.5 was top-10 statewide.
Long jump — Jaedon McCarty, Sr., Erie: Right behind Caleb Johnson’s 4A gold-winning long jump was McCarty, who was third with his season-best effort of 21-11.25.
Triple jump — Caleb Johnson, Sr., Longmont: Johnson’s triple of 46-9 was third-best in Colorado for the season — less than six inches off the top mark — but it came at state and was 4A gold-worthy.
Pole vault — Quin Dukes, Sr., Mead: Dukes cleared 14-8 during the season to give him the fifth-best mark in Colorado in 2022, and he checked in with a third-place effort of 14-6 at state.
Shot put — Jackson Cowgill, So., Erie: The youngster showed a glimpse of what’s to come by clearing 48 feet during the season and placing 10th at state.
Discus — John Pastore, Sr., Erie: The Kansas State football commit ended his high school athletic adventures with a ninth-place finish at state (138-3) after peaking at 155-4 early this season.
Kyle Berg, Sr., Centaurus; Josh Bishop, So., Twin Peaks Charter; Jack Carlson, Jr., Centaurus; Jack Cerullo, Fr., Peak to Peak; Garrett Colvin, Sr., Frederick; Yannis Diby, So., Twin Peaks Charter; Cole DiGiacomo, Sr., Peak to Peak; Miles Dumbauld, So., Lyons; Josh Dunn, Sr., Broomfield; Jacoby Ennis, So., Centaurus;
Diego Estebanes, So., Broomfield; Grant Gau, Sr., Lyons; Gavin Geer, Sr., Boulder; Logan Goodman, Jr., Prospect Ridge; Soren Gulsrud, Sr., Skyline; Max Heins, Jr., Centaurus; Joey Hendershot, Sr., Niwot; Ryan Henson, Sr., Mead; Luke Hixson, Sr., Holy Family; Levi Hoenninger, Jr., Monarch;
Nolan Hoffman, Jr., Mead; Zander Irish, Sr., Legacy; Aaron Jenkins, Sr., Twin Peaks Charter; Christopher Johnnides, So., Holy Family; Chrisly Kelly-Cannon, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Evan Kraus, Jr., Erie; Justice Lillie, Sr., Longmont; Tyler Mayer, Sr., Mead; Flynn Meier, Jr., Fairview; Evan Mills, Sr., Jefferson Academy;
Aidan Paul, Jr., Holy Family; Duncan Pearson, Jr., Legacy; Caleb Perruzza, Sr., Prospect Ridge; Elijah Quinby, Sr., Longmont; Nathan Reseigh, Jr., Boulder; Nathan Richardson, Jr., Lyons; Tyler Rowan, So., Monarch; Monte Samaras, Fr., Holy Family; Eric Sankey, Sr., Fairview; Sam Shipman, Sr., Silver Creek;
Joseph Silva, Sr., Holy Family; Keiran Singh, Sr., Monarch; Cole Thomas, Jr., Lyons; Jesse Uecker, Sr., Lyons; Tavon Underwood, Jr., Mead; Arjen Wynja, Sr., Lyons; Sage Wynja, So., Lyons; Keenan Young, So., Lyons; Tristen Ziedman, Sr., Prospect Ridge.