He ran track for part of one year in high school.
But that was enough for Colby (Kan.) Community College to sign Fort Lupton’s Isaiah Padilla to a letter of intent.
“Mr. Kaylor (Fort Lupton High School principal and soon-to-be Weld Re-8 Superintendent Alan Kaylor) introduced me to this college,” Padilla said. “I respect all of his decisions. He said I would really like this college. He tried to help me figure out what was best for me.”