Five Star Championships

Posted 3/27/18

Northglenn junior Melina Townsend, right, and Legacy freshman Alisa Minjarez, lead a group of hurdlers in a girls 100-meter intermediate event, at the March 21 Five Star Championships at District 12 …

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Five Star Championships

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Northglenn junior Melina Townsend, right, and Legacy freshman Alisa Minjarez, lead a group of hurdlers in a girls 100-meter intermediate event, at the March 21 Five Star Championships at District 12 North Stadium in Westminster.

Horizon senior Brent Killmon easily clears five-and-a-half feet during boys high jump competition on March 21 at Five Star Championships at Adams District 12 North Stadium in Westminster. Killmon’s personal best is six-foot, six-inches, jumped last year, which qualified him for state.

Mountain Range freshman Ainsley Urquidi-Almonte, right, begins her leg of the girls 4 x 800-meter relay, after a handoff from teammate Jazmine Cerezo, during the Five Star Championships track & field meet March 21 at District 12 North Stadium in Westminster.

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