Sixteen-year-old Kaden Lebsack from Castle Rock finished as the Last Ninja Standing in the American Ninja Warrior competiton for the second straight year.
Young Lebsack outpaced Broomfield residents Nate Hansen and Austin Grey, both of whom made the finals.
During the season finale on Monday, Hansen tapped out during the “Eyeglass Alley” challenge during the third state of the National Finals in Las Vegas.
Gray, who was runner-up last season, exited weeks earlier during the semi-finals on Aug. 8.
While attempting the new Tetherball challenge, Gray came up short after his foot hit water while dismounting.
Lebsack was one of five finalists who managed to complete a rope climb challenge but not within the prescribed 30-second limit, which negated the chance to capture the $1 million grand prize. Ultimately, the handful of competitors were judged based on the fastest time for a $100,000 prize, with Jay Lewis coming up roughly one second short to Lebsack.