2015 was a year to remember for the Davis Track and Cross Country programs. It was a year of individual and team victories, 4 region titles, 2 state titles (and two 2nd places), a national championship, and a few All-American awards. Most of all, it was a year of inspirational performances, character, guts, desire, and teamwork.
Indoor Track - The indoor season was highlighted with some very strong all-time marks, one of our best Simplot meets ever, and a national championship 4 x 800m relay. During the season, Nate Allred jumped 6'06 - only 1 inch away from the school record; Logan MacKay ran 1:54 in the 800m (Davis #2 All-Time); Josh Ward ran 4:18 in the 1600m (#3 All-Time) and 9:25 in the 3200 (#2 All-Time - and only 2 seconds away from Brad Nye's school record; Jaron Erickson ran 8.53 in the 60 Hurdles (#3 All-Time); Jordan Barnett ran 60.13 in the 400m (#3 All-Time); and Aubrey Argyle shattered the school record in the 3200m by over 10 seconds with 10:45.
We had 111 athletes at the Simplot Games - a new record for the most athletes entered from a single team. Like always, we showed our TEAM unity and excitement by being the noisiest, rowdiest group in the arena. We had plenty to cheer for with 19 individuals and 14 relays making finals for Saturday. It tied our record for relay teams in the finals. Our girls medley and boys 4 x 800 teams both brought home the gold, and our boys medley team (Flood, Erickson, Moffett, and Ward) set a new school record in 3:34.47 (only .06 away from the state record). I will always remember Josey Hedquist getting the thrilling victory in the girls medley (her 3rd race of the day) followed by another gutsy performance by Josh Ward anchoring the boys medley (his 3rd race of the day).
Our indoor season was capped off with 3 amazing races at the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City in March. Aubrey Argyle set the tone when she ran a phenomenal 5000m race, surprising everyone with a time of 16:50 - good enough for 4th place and an All-American award (top 6). Our 4 boys (Stokton Smith, Colter Blanchard, Logan MacKay, and Josh Ward) were going after 2 relays. Their first race was the 4 x mile against the heavy favorite, LaSalle from Rhode Island. All 4 boys ran PRs in the mile and we ended with a near victory - only .4 seconds behind LaSalle - but our time of 17:11.44 was the 4th fastest in U.S. History (Video - http://www.milesplit.com/meets/186760/videos/4xmile#.VoMKf_krLIU), it was one of the most incredible performances I've ever witnessed. If that wasn't impressive enough, less than 4 hours later the same 4 boys lined up for the national championship 4 x 800 relay. We put ourselves in a great position with our first 3 boys all running 1:56 and change, getting Logan MacKay the baton with a shot at the win. Logan anchored in 1:53, and we pulled off the VICTORY with 7:42 - a Utah State Record and U.S. #6 All-Time for indoors. (Video - http://www.milesplit.com/meets/186760/videos/4x800m?id=77739#.VoMLxvkrLIU) If you have 30 minutes and want to be inspired, watch both of these races. Their heart, toughness, and TEAMwork capture what we always want Davis Track and Field to be.
www.davisindoortrack.blogspot.com (performance lists and all-time lists)
Outdoor Track - We showed much of the same toughness and determination through the outdoor season in our quest for redemption at the State Championships. I will remember the 2015 TEAM as a squad that worked hard and performed with high energy. The highlights of the outdoor season were the Davis Invite and the Region and State Championships.
With the help of a ton of people, we pulled off a great Davis Invite. It wasn't quite the rainfest that it was in 2014, but we did battle some rough weather. Some of our best performances of the year came from that day. Our boys medley team broke the 18 year old state record with 3:29.85 (Jake Moffett, Ty Hinds, Jordan Goldsberry, and Logan MacKay). Hunter Simonsen won the high jump with a PR 6'08, Matt Calvin won the pole vault in the rain, both of our 4 x 800 teams picked up victories, and our girls placed 1st and 2nd in the 4 x 400m relay - both teams running under 4:06 in the rain.
What I will remember most about the region championship is our TEAMwork. We scored in every single event for both the boys and the girls. Although many of our points came from putting 2, 3, 4, or even 5 people in the top 8, we also had a long list of region champs: Jordan Barnett (300 Hurdles), Ally Geisler (800m), Aubrey Argyle (1600m), Paige Erickson (pole vault), Ty Hinds (100m), Logan MacKay (800m), Josh Ward (1600m), Johnny Thornton (Long Jump), Hunter Simonsen (High Jump), and 5 of the 6 relay races. It was another 2 days of poor weather, but we stayed strong, stayed focused, stayed unified, and pulled off TWO Region Titles.
The State Championships gave us two more rainy days (seemed to be the theme of the track season) - but also a ton of excitement and two trophies. The boys redeemed the 2014 7th place finish with a dominating 55 point victory. We scored 138 points with only 3 individual first place finishes (Ty Hinds in the 100m, Logan MacKay in the 800m, and Matt Calvin in the pole vault). It was another TEAM effort with points in nearly every event. It was our 7th state championship in the last 9 years--pretty close to a DYNASTY. The girls fought extremely hard and nearly beat the heavy favorite (Herriman). The girls were picked to be 2nd by 20+ points, and ended the grueling two days only 10 points behind. A few times during the Saturday, it looked like we might pull off the upset. Aubrey Argyle won both the 1600 (4:57) and 3200 with a new 5A state record in the 3200 (10:35) and Paige Erickson was state champion in the pole vault (Paige is also the state record holder in the pole vault at 10'08). We were very proud of how much heart the girls put into that state meet, and it kept their streak of top 2 finishes going (12 years in a row). In the state update I wrote, "It was truly one of my favorite state championships I have ever been a part of - from the redemption on the boys side, to the near comeback and upset victory by the "undercats" on the girls side."
It was a long outdoor season, but we came together as a TEAM and accomplished some great things. We hope to see a lot of the same toughness, teamwork, leadership, and gutsy efforts that made us successful last year as we face the indoor and outdoor track seasons in 2016.
After an extraordinary track season, Logan MacKay had the opportunity to represent Davis Track and the U.S.A by traveling with the U.S. Junior Team to Cuba. Logan raced both the 800m and the 1500m. He won the 1500 and finished a close 2nd in the 800. It was a pretty historic event as our two countries restored diplomatic ties less than one year ago.
www.darttrack.blogspot.com (performance and all-time lists)
Cross Country - We had some very high hopes going into the cross country season. Both the girls and the boys teams put in some great training in the summer, and we were returning some experienced, talented runners. We spent the majority of the season ranked in the top 10 in the U.S. with both squads, and we put together some of of our greatest races of all time.
The girls won the BYU Invite, the District Championship, and the Region Championship. We also finished 2nd at Highland, Murray, and State - all 3 in close battles with American Fork. We battled some late season injuries, but put together a 3rd place finish at Nike Southwest--it was enough to get an at-large bid to NXN for the 2nd year in a row. The Southwest race was one of the most courageous TEAM races I have been a part of. Although we went on to finish 20th at NXN, the girls would have been in the 10th place range with Aubrey who was unable to race because of a stress fracture (that she raced on at NXN Southwest). Courtney Wayment led the way for us most of the season, and re-wrote a bunch of the record books. She had a breakthrough race at Bob Firman (in Boise) to get the victory against some of the greatest runners in the country. Court went on to win region with a new course record and then became the Utah State Champion with a new course record as well--a very impressive 17:24. At NXN, Courtney ran a gutsy race and finished 17th, earning her first All-American award (of many more to come).
The boys were on a rampage through the season. We won the Highland Invite, BYU Invite, Murray Invite, District Championships, and the Region Championships. We finished 3rd at Bob Firman, but only 5 points behind 1st place (behind two teams that finished 1st and 5th at NXN). Our boys shattered the all-time team time record at Region by 75 seconds (a record that may stand forever). We had our greatest race at the State Championship where we put 5 runners in the top 13 and had an unbelievable 18 second spread for 1-5. Camren Todd and Logan MacKay were both All-State (6th and 8th). The boys also set our team time record for the state course, and we had the lowest score in the combined division results - against the best Utah team field in history (7 teams that should be ranked in the top 30 in the country). We also ended AF's streak of 6 state titles and won our first cross country title since 2007. It was truly one of the best performances in DXC history--a legendary victory. We followed that up with one of our most heartbreaking performances ever. It was a rough day for the boys at NXN Southwest--a day we wish we could have back but we learned a lot from. Such is the nature of running and the nature of sports. But I truly believe our boys are champions and will be remembered as such. They will comeback stronger than ever with a determination to succeed in running (now and in college) and in life. They showed tremendous resiliency and tenacity through the season, and they will continue to do so as we move forward.
www.davisxc.blogspot.com (all-time lists/results)
I was honored to be a part of the Davis program for 2015. I continue to be inspired by some of the most incredible young men and young women. Time after time they have shown me that people are capable of great things if they put their heart and mind into it. I think we saw multiple times where hard work, teamwork, and pure guts resulted in some amazing performances. Moving forward to 2016, I challenge each of you to be passionate about what you are doing. Find joy in your track and cross country experience - the training, the competing, and the TEAM. Believe in yourselves and work together and we are going to do some awesome things.
Monday, May 18, 2015
The State Championships were an amazing end to a legendary Davis Track & Field season. I am sad that it is over, but very happy that we have made some great memories and accomplished so much together.
Each state track meet is unique, and I wanted to write a little bit about what I saw from our TEAM this year. I saw a team that responded to struggles - both throughout the season and at the state meet. Not everyone had their best meet of the year, not everyone finished like they wanted to, but EVERYONE stayed positive and focused instead on what could still be done for their teammates. I saw unselfish leadership from our captains and seniors who stayed calm and focused and helped to keep their teammates motivated. I saw young athletes who were gaining experience and toughness that will help them return next year to go after 2 more trophies. I saw triumphs and accomplishments being shared among teammates - I love seeing athletes genuinely happy for the successes of their teammates and friends. I saw 100% HEART in every race, every jump, every throw. I saw athletes who weren't afraid of the rain and the elements - athletes who were having fun, competing hard, and digging deep. I saw an awesome support group of teammates who didn't qualify for state but were still there in the rain and cold to provide extra energy for those competing. I saw how awesome my coaching staff has been, and I am so grateful for all they gave this season. I saw a full TEAM effort - athletes in every event stepping up for the TEAM as a whole, and working together going after victory, and caring about how their teammates in other events were doing. And I saw a boys and girls TEAM come together and fight for each other to show that they were the best in the state. It was truly one of my favorite state championships I have been a part of - from the redemption on the boys side, to the near comeback and upset victory by the "undercats" on the girls side.
Day 1 Highlights:
- The Girls 1600m starting us off strong with 19 points - Aubrey getting the win in 4:57 (PR), Courtney 3rd in 5:00 (PR), and Ally 6th in 5:05 (PR).
- The Boys 1600m running tough to gain 15 points - Logan in 3rd at 4:15, Josh 4th at 4:15, and Stokton 5th in 4:16 (only .3 separated the three of them) and 5 boys in the top 10 with Colter and Camren.
- Positivity in the face of adversity from Jordan Goldsberry, Olivia Richards, Megan Rowe, Palmer Flood, Kelton Johnson, and the boys 4 x 100m - all bouncing back strong in later events.
- Boys Pole Vault with Matt getting the victory in a PR of 14'06 and Taylor and Brigham scoring big for us (5th and 6th).
- Boys High Jump was so exciting to watch with Nate getting a PR at the right time (6'08) for 2nd place - and Hunter jumping 6'06 for 4th, and Jonny keeping them all fired up in addition to finishing 7th as a sophomore.
- The Relays getting the job done; especially those who ran for us in the trials and allowed some of their teammates to rest for the finals day (Brittney, Dallin, Riley, McGyver, BriAnna, and others).
Day 2 Highlights:
- Aubrey with a killer race, leading start to finish and setting a new 5A state record at 10:35.
- Courtney coming up big for 2nd in the 3200m with a very strong finish in 10:40.
- Josh Ward running his final high school 3200 in an altitude PR of 9:19 and racing gutsy in all three of his races, leaving it all on the track and inspiring his teammates (and coaches) in one final meet.
- Girls Pole Vault with 14 girls ALL clearing heights; led by Paige's victory at a surprise 10'07 and Liz finishing 3rd (great job by our seniors).
- The boys long jump with Hunter making finals on his 3rd consecutive jump off the wrong foot and then jumping big to move up to 2nd in the finals. And Jonny using the "Spirit of the Eagle" to soar to a 4th place with 21'03.
- The 100m Dash with Ty Hinds getting the surprise victory with a surge at the finish line and running 10.93 against a 1.3 headwind (Davis #2 All-Time). With Jake stepping up as well for 7th place.
- The girls 4 x 100m (BriAnna, Brittney, Olivia, and Elise) staying focused and fast and pulling off the 2nd place finish at a time when we needed it.
- Melanie and BriAnna in the girls 400m finals both running season bests and giving their all to score some solid TEAM points.
- The girls 300 Hurdlers with total focus (and maybe even a bit of anger), running gutsy and tough all the way to through the finish line and picking up 17 big TEAM points - with 3 season PRs from Jordan, Ruby Jane, and Megan.
- The boys 300 Hurdles with Palmer and Jaron coming up big for us like they have all season long. They have both found a way to inspire the hurdlers and the entire TEAM when we need it the most.
- Ally in the 800m with a big PR of 2:15 for 2nd place, followed by Josey and Courtney (picking up her 3rd medal) in 5th and 6th.
- Logan MacKay running away from the field on the 2nd lap in the 800 to get the victory in 1:54.
- Dallin Baires scoring 11 total points for us as our lone thrower (3rd in the shot put and 4th in the discus).
- The girls medley with some super fast 200 legs (Elise and Olivia), a killer 400 leg from Ally after her 800, and a gritty double 800 performance from Josey during the biggest downpour of the meet.
- The boys medley with Ty and Jake putting us in the lead, Jaxon running strong 400 splits for us each day, and Logan coming back only 20 minutes after his 800, to anchor us to victory.
- Whitney in the girls high jump, staying positive and smiling in the rain and finishing 9th in her first state meet.
- Our girls 4 x 400 finishing up the meet in an impressive 3:58 and an inspiring anchor leg comeback from Melanie for 1st place (BriAnna, Jordan, Rubes, Melanie).
- Our boys 4 x 400 running our fastest time of the year to end off the meet with a 2nd place finish, all four guys leaving it on the track (Goldy, Jaron, Kelton, and Palmer).
- Our seniors with their final performances as Darts were awesome for us throughout both days!! Best of luck to them with whatever comes next in life.
Davis Results and Team Scores are at the bottom of this email (full results at http://www.runnercard.com)
Uniform Turn in: Wednesday during class or right after school in the bleachers OR Thursday right after school in the bleachers. $20 late fee after Thursday.
TEAM BBQ and Awards Party - Thursday, May 28th at 6:30pm at Barnes Park (Sand Volleyball Pavilion). Anyone who wants to can bring some desserts (cookies, brownies, fruit, cake, etc).
Cross Country Meeting - Tuesday, June 2nd in room 2512 at 3:00pm (to allow 9th graders to attend). Cross country runners should take this week off of running and do a little running next week. Our first official week of summer mileage will be the last week of school this year.
Clothing Fees: Please pay in the office or online if you have any apparel fees that have not been paid. You can pick up your clothing with your receipt.
Thanks to so many people for such a great season and a great year - athletes, parents, coaches, administrators, teachers, and other supporters. The program thrives because so many of you are willing to contribute. Let's do it again next year :)
- Coach Talley
Jaron Erickson - 14.69, 3rd
Palmer Flood - 16.52, 15th
Palmer Flood - 39.17, 3rd
Jaron Erickson - 39.38, 6th
Kelton Johnson - 42.32, 16th
Taylor Southwick - 43.10, 17th
Ty Hinds - 10.93, 1st (Davis #2 All-Time)
Jake Moffet - 11.39, 7th
Jordan Goldsberry - 22.75, 6th
Ty Hinds - 23.37, 9th
Logan MacKay - 1:54.12, 1st
Josh Ward - 1:57.61, 5th
Colter Blanchard - 1:59.00, 8th
Stokton Smith - 1:59.26, 9th
Dallin Larsen - 2:02.36, 15th
Logan MacKay - 4:15.94, 3rd
Josh Ward - 4:15.99, 4th
Stokton Smith - 4:16.22, 6th
Camren Todd - 4:21.94, 9th
Colter Blanchard - 4:21.98, 10th
Josh Ward - 9:19.36, 4th
Stokton Smith - 9:33.37, 8th
Camren Todd - 9:37.04, 11th
Colton Rimann - 9:46.87, 16th
Bryce Ferguson - 9:53.24, 18th
Dallin Baires - 50'08, 3rd
Dallin Baires - 148'02, 4th
Nate Allred - 6'08, 2nd (Davis #3 All Time)
Hunter Simonsen - 6'06, 4th
Jonny Thornton - 6'00, 7th
Logan Baird - 5'10, 16th
Hunter Simonsen - 21'04, 2nd
Jonny Thornton - 21'03, 4th
Matt Calvin - 19'00, 13th
Nate Welling - 18'06, 16th
Matt Calvin - 14'06, 1st (Davis #9 All Time)
Taylor Southwick - 13'00, 5th
Brigham Valentine - 12'06, 6th
Jaxon Potter - 12'06, 9th
Evyn Conrad - 12'00, 13th
Justin Godfrey - 11'06, 16th
Harrison Haslam - 11'06, 18th
Medley Relay - 3:34.00, 1st (Jake Moffett, Ty Hinds, Jaxon Wernli, Logan MacKay, with Riley Stringham and Dallin Larsen in the trials)
4 x 400m - 3:22.09, 2nd (Jordan Goldsberry, Jaron Erickson, Kelton Johnson, Palmer Flood, with Riley Stringham and McGyver Clark in trials)
Boys Team Scores
1. Davis 138.5
2. Syracuse 84
3. Herriman 82
4. American Fork 63
5. Copper Hills 59
6. Lone Peak 37
7. Weber 27
8. Lehi 24
9. Bingham 23
10. Riverton 17
Megan Rowe - 16.73, 10th
Olivia Richards - 17.24, 14th
Jordan Barnett - 44.58, 2nd
Ruby Jane Mathewson - 44.94, 3rd
Megan Rowe - 46.15, 6th
Elise Berning - 13.15, 13th
Melanie Sullivan - 26.30, 7th
Brittney Rounkles - 26.55, 13th
Elise Berning - 26.84, 15th
Melanie Sullivan - 57.64, 4th
BriAnna Gipson - 59.40, 6th
Ally Geisler - 2:15.94, 2nd
Josey Hedquist - 2:17.80, 5th
Courtney Wayment - 2:19.18, 6th
Tatum Beard - 2:21.56, 9th
Aubrey Argyle - 2:24.85, 14th
Aubrey Argyle - 4:57.30, 1st (Davis #4 All Time)
Courtney Wayment - 5:00.70, 3rd
Ally Geisler - 5:05.79, 6th
Tatum Beard - 5:11.94, 10th
Miah Weaver - 5:14.12, 12th
Aubrey Argyle - 10:35.87, 1st - New 5A State Record
Courtney Wayment - 10:40.24, 2nd
Miah Weaver - 11:23.85, 10th
Tatum Beard - 11:37.28, 15th
Sam Hedquist - 11:51.49, 19th
Lizzi Boyd - 86'03, 12th
Anna Ferrell - 91'04, 14th
Whitney Cox - 4'11, 9th
Paige Erickson - 10'07, 1st
Liz Jones - 9'06, 3rd
Ashley Sullenger - 9'00, 7th
Madi Lee - 8'06, 9th
Gentry Keaton - 8'06, 10th
Nikki Hemsley - 8'06, 12th
Ashlee Lawson - 8'06, 14th
Kristin Funk - 8'00, 15th
Ashley Taylor - 8'00, 15th
Baylee Reynolds - 8'00, 15th
Johanna Nilsson - 8'00, 23rd
Erin Bowe - 8'00, 27th
Ashley Harris - 7'06, 28th
Korra Jensen - 7'06, 30th
4 x 100m - 49.59, 2nd (BriAnna Gipson, Brittney Rounkles, Olivia Richards, Elise Berning)
Medley Relay - 4:13.82, 2nd (Elise Berning, Olivia Richards, Ally Geisler, Josey Hedquist, with BriAnna Gipson in the trials)
4 x 400m - 3:58.50, 1st (BriAnna Gipson, Jordan Barnett, Ruby Jane Mathewson, Melanie Sullivan, with Megan Rowe and Brittney Rounkles in the trials)
Girls Team Scores
1. Herriman 133
2. Davis 123
3. Syracuse 73
4. Lone Peak 46
5. Bingham 40
5. Weber 40
7. Fremont 33
8. American Fork 29
9. Westlake 27
10. Brighton 26
Combined Team Scores
1. Davis 261.5
2. Herriman 215
3. Syracuse 157
4. American Fork 92
5. Lone Peak 83
6. Weber 67
7. Copper Hills 64
8. Bingham 63
9. Fremont 46
10. Westlake 40
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
1. 87’07 Kenzie Sagers, Davis
2. 78’01 Paige Hardcastle, Fremont
3. 78’00 Sara Filiaga, Weber
4. 70’10 Carrie Goddard, Weber
5. 58’09 Chenelle Womack, Davis
57’05 Vaneta Burnett, Davis, Sr
6. 53’09 Morgan Whitney, Davis
7. 51’04 Kayla Tuttle, Davis
46’05 Colleen Mills, Davis, Sr
1. 4’10 Ashley Harris, Davis
2. 4’08 Melissa Law, Davis
3. 4’06 Emma Howard, Northridge
4. 4’04 Taylor Woods, Davis
NH Julia Stock
1. 8’06 Madi Lee, Davis
2. 7’06 Ashley Taylor, Davis
3. 7’06 Ashley Harris, Davis
4. 7’06 Abena Boeteng, Viewmont
7’06 Liz Wood, Syracuse, Jr
7’00 Cami Limb, Davis, Jr
5. 7’00 Brenna Hess, Syracuse
6. 6’00 Lisa Golightly, Viewmont
NH Christina Olivera, Viewmont
NH Hannah Rogers, Viewmont
NH Sam George, Viewmont, Jr
1. 91’08 Emma Howard, Northridge
2. 83’07 Katelyn Hoskins, Davis
77’01 Alyssa Hemsley, Davis, Jr
3. 75’00 Cora Smith, Davis
4. 73’10 Page Hardcastle, Fremont
5. 72’09 Chenelle Womack, Davis
6. 70’04 Nicole Hardcastle, Fremont
7. 59’09 Julia Dunlap, Syracuse
8. 57’04 Baylee McCallen, Fremont
56’06 Sarah Barnett, Davis
56’00 Liz Wood, Syracuse
52’03 Carrie Goddard, Weber
50’07 Brenna Hess, Syracuse
48’10 Jodie Ellefson, Davis
45’08 Julie Farrell, Syracuse
43’08 Kayla Tuttle, Davis
42’06 Adreanna Barcinas, Syracuse
34’04 Monica Hill, Syracuse
1. 28’09.00 Karleigh Sessions, Fremont
2. 28’04.50 Sara Filiaga, Weber
3. 28’02.00 Morgan Jones, Fremont
4. 27’04.00 Brooklyn Hiller, Davis
5. 26’09.50 Morgan Whitney, Davis
6. 24’06.50 Paige Hardcastle, Fremont
7. 20’10.50 Baylee McCallen, Fremont
20’01.50 Tammy Lewis, Fremont, Sr
8. 19’10.50 Nacole Hardcastle, Fremont
16’08.00 Jayme East, Fremont
1. 14’11.00 Kathrine Pierce, Layton
2. 14’09.75 Ashley Taylor, Davis
14’07.25 Amborlee Arrington, Fremont, Sr
3. 14’00.50 Morgan Jones, Fremont
4. 13’04.00 Rylee Garrison, Layton
13’01.25 Tammy Lewis, Fremont, Sr
5. 11’10.50 Hannah Bachus, Layton
6. 11’00.50 Hannah Gray, Davis
7. 10’10.00 Ashley Eatough, Layton
Girls 100 M Hurdles
1. 17.95 Kassidy Webb, Davis
2. 18.29 Kayla Sharr, Fremont
3. 18.63 Brinley Koerner, VHS
4. 19.46 Morgan Jones, Fremont
5. 19.94 Cora Smith, Davis
6. 20.11 Megan Harris, Weber
7. 20.48 Courtney Ashmead, Davis
8. 20.99 Danielle Meinberg, Fremont
21.87 Lisa Golightly, VHS
23.94 Rebecca Deen, Fremont
Girls 100 M Dash
13.88 Amberly Arrington, Fremont, Sr
1. 13.96 Madi Lee, Davis
2. 14.20 Julia Stock, Northridge
14.31 Vaneta Burnett, Davis,Sr
14.32 Kylen Morgan, Layton,Sr
3. 14.45 Ashley Astle, Layton, Fr
4. 14.70 Abby Smith, Layton
5. 14.73 Rilee Garrison, Layton
6. 14.94 Lauren Baird, Davis
7. 15.01 Danielle Meninberg, Fremont
8. 15.09 Kayla Sharr, Fremont
15.12 Abena Boateng, Viewmont
15.30 Cami Christianson, Davis
15.38 Claire Sorenson, Davis
15.38 Megan Cardall, Syracuse
15.48 Rebecca Deem, Fremont
15.54 Julia Schraedel, Davis
15.96 Hannah Grey, Davis
16.08 Kiersten Davis, Davis,Jr
16.47 Hannah Backus, Layton
16.80 Olivia Wariner, Viewmont
Girls 1600 M Run
1. 5:38.48 Cheyenne Brower, Viewmont
2. 5:44.04 Jenna Connell, Davis
3. 5:53.93 Grace Neunschwander, Davis
4. 5:57.43 Sydnee Rayl, Davis
5. 6:00.91 Sara Williams, Davis
6:03.50 Emma Call, Davis, Sr
6. 6:05.59 Abby Greenhalgh, Syracuse
7. 6:08.15 Marissa Reddish, Weber
6:19.94 Hannah Naylor, Davis, Jr
8. 6:32.74 Sarah Ferrell, Davis
6:49.43 Mykaela Adams, Layton
6:56.38 Louisa Twitchell, Davis
6:58.05 Alivia, Poll, Syracuse
7:31.24 Adriana Barcinas, Syracuse
8:01.47 Julie Farrell, Syracuse
4 x 100m Relay
1. 54.27 Davis
2. 54.89 Layton
400 M Dash
1. 1:04.28 Keslee Stephenson, Davis
2. 1:04.42 Sydney Larsen, Davis
3. 1:06.72 Susie Eames, Davis
4. 1:08.50 Whitney Barlow, Layton
5. 1:09.20 Rachel Griffin, Syracuse
1:09.31 Arlyne Arteaga, Syracuse, Jr
6. 1:10.77 Hannah Rogers, Viewmont
1:12.50 Kylen Morgan, Layton, Sr
1:12.71 Emily Robinson, Davis, Jr
7. 1:12.71 Julia Schraedel, Davis
1:12.79 Susanne Katoa, Layton, Fr
8. 1:19.47 Christina Olivera, Viewmont
1:22.35 Colleen Mills, Davis, Sr
1:34.98 Elison Clark, Davis, Jr
300 M Hurdles
1. 52.88 Cassidy Webb, Davis
2. 53.67 Ashley Astle, Layton
3. 53.97 Kayla Sharr, Fremont
4. 58.64 Courtney Ashmead, Davis
5. 59.41 Hannah Skidmore, Viewmont
6. 59.49 Lisa Golightly, Viewmont
7. 1:00.2 Abbee Smith, Layton
1:03.15 Charlee Smith, Layton, Jr
800 M Run
1. 2:27.25 Cheyenne Brower, Viewmont
2. 2:32.59 Taylor Woods, Davis
3. 2:33.39 Cambrie Lake, Northridge
4. 2:34.19 Taya Tobler, Syracuse
5. 2:34.87 Grace Neuenschwander, Davis
6. 2:38.32 Jenna Connel, Davis
7. 2:39.31 Jayme East, Fremont
8. 2:40.60 Syvanna Simmons, ??
2:41.79 Malaree Wood, Davis
2:41.81 Rindy Roos, Layton, Jr
2:43.67 Daniella VanBrocklen, Layton
2:46.88 Autumn Jenkins, Davis
2:49.92 Miranda Peterson, Fremont
2:52.34 Lizzie Craig, Fremont
2:53.05 Monica Hill, Syracuse
2:53.44 Whitney Barlow, Layton
2:53.85 Amanda Ruvalcaba, Davis
3:01.80 Sydney Hansen, Syracuse
3:03.01 Hannah Rogers, Viewmont
3:05.41 Madi McDougal, Syracuse
3:06.05 Alivia Poll, Syracuse
3:21.74 Olyvia Wariner, Viewmont
3:23.57 Adriana Barcinas, Syracuse
3:25.94 Kaitlyn Day, Davis
1. 4:49.87 Layton
2. 4:50.15 Davis
200 M Dash
1. 28.77 Julia Stock, Northridge
2. 28.82 Keslee Stephenson, Davis
3. 29.31 Kenzie Sagers, Davis
4. 29.38 Lexi Elinkowski, Layton
5. 29.67 Susie Eames, Davis
6. 29.72 Katherin Pierce, Layton
31.61 Tammy Lewis, Fremont, Sr
7. 31.94 Cami Christiansen, Davis
8. 32.39 Rebecca Deem, Fremont
32.59 Meghan Cardall, Syracuse
32.64 Danielle Mernberg, Fremont
33.20 Colleen Mills, Davis, Sr
33.34 Maddie Meyer, Davis, Sr
33.50 Kayla Sharr, Fremont
34.49 Sarah Barnett, Davis
3200 M Run
1. 13:02.65 Cheyenne Brower, Viewmont
2. 13:30.18 Grace Neuenschwander, Davis
3. 13:46.01 Jenna Connell, Davis
4. 15:16.01 Sydney Hansen, Syracuse
4 x 400m Relay
1. 4:32.97 Davis
2. 4:45.26 Syracuse
1. Davis 271
2. Layton 71
2. Fremont 71
4. Viewmont 55
5. Northridge 40
6. Syracuse 317. Weber 24