Ralston Valley, Classical Academy lead at Mountain Range Invitational

by Stefan Brodsky
Posted 4/17/19

Competitors from across the Front Range battled cold weather and soggy grounds April 13 for the Mountain Range Mustang Track and Field Invitational at Westminster’s North Stadium. Colorado Springs …

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Ralston Valley, Classical Academy lead at Mountain Range Invitational

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Competitors from across the Front Range battled cold weather and soggy grounds April 13 for the Mountain Range Mustang Track and Field Invitational at Westminster’s North Stadium.

Colorado Springs Classical Academy dominated the women’s competition with 101 team points, beating D’Evelyn, Ralston Valley, Northglenn and Green Mountain to round out the top five.

Ralston Valley High School’s boys earned 98 team points to come out on top. They lead second-place Northglenn, then Gateway, Castleview and fifth place Poudre High School.

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