Hotchkiss junior Kaiya Firor was named Class 2A co-Athlete of the Year by the CHSAA. Firor repeated her 2017 performance, winning the 400-meter dash and 300m hurdles. Firor also anchored the 800m medley relay team to a second-place finish.
Highland sophomore Remington Ross, who won the 100m and 200m, was also named co-Athlete of the Year.
Five Paonia girls earned all-state first team honors. Senior McKenna Palmer was named to the Class 2A All-State First Team in track after winning the triple jump.
Seniors Brooke Hillman and Randi Rapke, junior Poppy Lightfoot and freshman Tawny Roberts earned first-team honors for winning the 4x800 relay.
Athletes who place first at the state track meet automatically receive all-state honors from CHSAA.
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