Prep Track Roundup: 4/7

Prep Track Roundup: 4/7

*this is a continuation of the Temple View Invitational at Manti Friday.

MANTI, Utah-Delta’s Chase Fowles won the boys’ shot put title with a toss of 46-06.50 feet, while his teammates, Brandon Atkinson and Brett Roundy, finished second and third, respectively. Cayden Acord of Richfield placed sixth overall in the event.

Fowles also did well in the boys’ discus, placing second, with Emery’s Drake Hoffman winning the title with a toss of 126-04 feet. Brody Barson of Manti finished third and Manti’s Mike Mahlstrom was sixth overall in the event.

In the girls’ discus, Grand’s Veda Gritts won the title with a toss of 99-06 feet with Delta’s Paityn Callister and Brinley Henrie finishing fifth and sixth, respectively in the event.

The meet concluded with Delta’s boys winning the 4 x 400 relay in a time of 3:33.55, as the team of Trey Brough, Dax Brough, Dallin Draper and Trevor Burton excelled. Manti finished third, North Sanpete placed fifth and Richfield finished sixth.

The girls’ 4 x 400 title was won by North Summit in a time of 4:17.98 as Richfield placed second, with Manti finishing third, North Sevier placing fourth and Wasatch Academy finishing sixth.

The girls’ team champion was the North Summit Braves, posting 120 points. Delta finished second with 87 points and Richfield was third with 74 points. North Sevier was fourth with 62 points and Manti finished sixth with 46 points.

For the boys, Grand bested Manti, 139-116 to decisively win the title. Delta placed third with 112 points, North Sanpete was fourth with 50.5 points and Richfield finished sixth with 33 points.

MILFORD, Utah-Saturday, Milford High School hosted the Milford Invitational, consisting of many 1-A and 2-A teams scattered throughout the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network coverage area.

The Panguitch girls won the team title with 151 points, with Kanab placing third at 102 points. Beaver was fourth with 89 points and Bryce Valley finished fifth with 35 points.

For the boys, Milford won with 180 points, easily out-distancing second-place Panguitch, who had 122 points. Beaver was third with 79 points, Kanab placed fourth with 70 points, Bryce Valley was fifth with 69 points and Wayne placed sixth with 27 points.

Individual champions included Beaver’s Samantha Williams in the girls’ 3200-meter run in a time of 12:24.64, with Ember Moat of Millard placing third, Panguitch’s Jordan Bennett finishing fourth and Dallie Johnson of Bryce Valley finishing sixth.

In the boys’ 3200-meter run, Panguitch’s Jordan Schoppe won the crown in a time of 11:16.39, as Kanab’s Dylan Bistline placed second, Escalante’s Garrett Fisher finished fourth and Johannes Glatting of Kanab finished sixth.

Kanab’s Carsyn Button won the girls’ 100-meter hurdles in a time of 17.35 seconds, with Hallie Palmer of Panguitch finishing second and her teammate Brianna Stowe placing third. Caroline Giddings of Kanab was fourth, Kaitlyn Hemond of Beaver finished fifth and Panguitch’s Lexi Griffin placed sixth.

The boys’ 110-meter hurdles saw only three competitors with Jevin Savage of Panguitch placing first in 19.61 seconds. Hayden Wright of Milford placed second and Easton Torgersen of Panguitch finished third.

Button also won the girls’ 100-meter dash for Kanab in a time of 13.92 seconds as Brooklyn Crum of Beaver placed second. Kanab’s Bethany Nording finished third and Caroline Giddings of Kanab finished sixth.

The boys’ 100-meter dash saw Milford’s Bret Beebe place first in 12.13 seconds, with Bryce Valley’s Austyn Brinkerhoff finishing second. AJ Foster of Kanab was fourth and Beaver’s McCoy Smith placed fifth.

In the girls’ 1600-meter run, Milford’s Akaydeh Livingston won the title in a time of 6:17.28, while Kezli Floyd of Bryce Valley placed second. Joelle Werlinger of Kanab finished third, with Beaver’s Hope Bradshaw and Kiernan McWilliams finishing fifth and sixth respectively.

Bryce Valley’s Easton Syrett won the boys’ 1600-meter run title in a time of 5:10.41, besting Porter Schoppe of Panguitch, who placed second in 5:11.63. Kanab’s Dylan Bistline placed third, with Clay Shakespear of Kanab finishing fourth, while Beaver’s Caysen Crum and Spencer Williams placed fifth and sixth, respectively.

The girls’ 4 x 100 relay title was won by Milford’s girls in a time of 55.27 seconds, while Panguitch and Kanab placed second and third, respectively.

The boys’ 4 x 100 relay consisted of only two teams, but Milford bested Panguitch, 51.70-53.44 seconds, to win the crown.

In the girls’ 400-meter dash, Milford’s Taylor Alger won the title in a time of 1:05.60, with Tana Frandsen of Panguitch placing second, Bryce Valley’s Maycee Brinkerhoff finishing third, Kelly Bistline of Kanab finishing fourth and Panguitch’s Kiesa Miller finishing fifth.

For the boys, Russell Walker of Milford placed first in a time of 57.93 seconds, while Trevor Wolfley of Panguich finishing second and Wyatt Van Orden of Wayne placed third. Ethan Platt of Bryce Valley finished fourth and Beaver’s Jaden Fails and Caysen Crum finished fifth and sixth, respectively.

The girls’ 300-meter hurdles title was won by Milford’s Kinley Spaulding in 51.89 seconds, while Brianna Stowe of Panguitch placed second. Hallie Palmer of Panguitch placed third, while Kanab’s Bethany Nording was fourth and Kaitlyn Hemond of Beaver finished fifth.

The boys’ 300-meter hurdles champion was Milford’s Colton Pomerinke in a time of 45.31 seconds. Logan Stevens of Wayne placed third, Panguitch’s Jevin Savage was fifth and Westyn Clark of Bryce Valley placed sixth.

In the girls’ 800-meter run, Panguitch’s Taylia Norris placed first, with Jordan Bennett finishing second and Kelly Bistline of Kanab placing fourth. Rachel Jones of Beaver finished fifth and Morgan Platt of Bryce Valley finished sixth.

Clay Shakespear of Kanab won the boys’ 800-meter run title in a time of 2:18.51 while Spencer Williams of Beaver placed second, Dylan Bistline of Kanab was third, Traysen Roberts of Bryce Valley placed fourth, his teammate, Ethan Platt placed fifth and Jake Church of Kanab finished sixth.

Beaver’s girls and boys swept the medley relays, in times of 4:35.86 and 4:13.01 respectively. The girls’ team consisted of Brooklyn Crum, Linley White, Kaitlyn¬† Hemond, Samantha Williams and Kay-C Erickson, while the boys’ team featured McCoy Smith, Kashden Limb, Hunter Carter, Caysen Crum and Spencer Williams.

Bethany Nording of Kanab won the girls’ 200-meter dash in a time of 28.37 seconds, while Brooklyn Crum of Beaver placed second, and Carsyn Button of Kanab finished fourth.

Bret Beebe of Milford was the boys’ 200-meter champion in a time of 24.77 seconds, besting Austyn Brinkerhoff of Bryce Valley, just as he did in the 100-meter dash. Kevin Bridges of Panguitch placed fifth and Kanab’s AJ Foster finished sixth.

Panguitch’s girls and boys won their respective 4 x 400 relay titles in times of 4:52.62 and 4:23.29. The girls’ team consisted of Jordan Bennett, Brianna Stowe, Hallie Palmer and Lexie Griffin. The boys’ winners for the Bobcats in this event were Porter Schoppe, Marc Certonio, Easton Torgersen and Jevin Savage.

Elena Yee of Milford won the girls’ high jump title with a leap of 4 feet, 10 inches, with Tana Frandsen of Panguitch placing second, Hannah Williams of Wayne was third and Maycee Brinkerhoff of Bryce Valley placed fourth. Caroline Giddings of Kanab finished sixth.

The boys’ high jump title was won by Colton Pomerinke of Milford with a jump of 5 feet 9 inches. Cade Szymanski of Kanab finished third, Bryce Valley’s Easton Syrett was fourth and Wayne’s Logan Chappell finished fifth., in a tie with Bryce Valley’s Sergio Vasquez and Quadyn Tebbs.

In the boys’ long jump, Beaver’s Cole Marshall won the title in a leap of 20-01.50 feet, while Wayne’s Wyatt Van Orden placed second, Austyn Brinkerhoff of Bryce Valley finished fourth and Wayne’s Logan Stevens was sixth.

Beaver’s Kaitlyn Hemond won the girls’ long jump with a jump of 15-06.50 feet while her teammate, Linley White finished second. Morgan Platt of Bryce Valley finished third overall in the event.

Brian Williamson of Milford won the boys’ shot put title with a toss of 43-10 feet, as Treyson Harris of Beaver finished second with Jace Eyre of Panguitch in third. Kanab’s Caleb Garrett was fourth and Panguitch’s Bryson Marshall finished fifth.

In the girls’ shot put, Kanab’s Haylie Hatch took the crown with a toss of 30-11.50 feet as Kambree Fuller of Panguitch placed second. Keri Carter of Millard finished third and Kezli Floyd of Bryce Valley finished fifth.

Milford’s Williamson also won the discus crown for the boys with a toss of 134-00.50 feet. Panguitch’s Jace Eyre and Bryson Marshall finished second and third, respectively and their teammate, Jaden Frandsen finished sixth. Beaver took the fourth and fifth places in the event, with Treyson Harris and Josh Wood finishing in those respective slots.

Taylia Norris of Panguitch won the girls’ discus title, throwing it 83-06.50 feet. Annie Bateman of Kanab finished second, while Panguitch’s Kambree Fuller and Kiesa Miller finished third and fourth, with Mataya Barney of Panguitch placing sixth.

Closing out the boys’ events was Bryson Marshall of Panguitch winning the javelin title with a toss of 152-02 feet, as Easton Syrett of Bryce Valley placed second. Jaren Frandsen of Panguitch finished third, Beaver’s Tyler Griffiths placed fifth and Jace Eyre of Panguich finished sixth overall.

Rounding out the competition, Beaver’s Linley White won the girls’ javelin with a toss of 103-09 feet. Mataya Barney of Panguitch placed second, with Panguitch’s Kiesa Miller finishing third and Haylie Hatch of Kanab finished sixth.

HURRICANE, Utah-As the Hurricane Valley Invitational ensued Saturday, Millard continued to fare well, as the girls placed 10th overall with 26.5 points (Hurricane’s girls won the championship with 104.5 points). Millard’s boys placed 12th with 16 points. The boys’ overall champion was Pine View, posting 103 points to second-place Canyon View’s 93 points.

The Millard girls’ 4 x 100 relay team excelled Saturday, placing fifth overall, in a time of 54.82 seconds. This team consisted of Isabel George, Payton Miller, Jesse Ashman and Brynley Anderson.

Millard’s Audrey Camp, only a freshman, placed third in the girls’ 800-meter run, in a time of 2:23.40.

Jaxon Wardle, also fared well, placing sixth in a swift final of the boys’ 200-meter dash, posting a time of 24.11 seconds.

Additionally, Millard’s girls’ 4 x 400 relay team did well, placing fourth overall in a time of 4:28.93. This team consisted of Audrey Camp, Maria Josse, Katy Kelly and Isabel George.

The Millard boys also received a strong showing from Duncan Herbst, who placed fifth in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet 10 inches.

The girls’ javelin saw Isabel George finish in third place with a toss of 103-00.50 feet, rounding out a successful meet for Millard.