Tags: Beaver/Brynnli Nelson/Delta/Juab/Linley White/Wayne Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPRICE, Utah-Friday, numerous Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network schools and athletes competed at the Carbon Invitational.The boys’ championship was won by the Grand Red Devils with 108 points, clearly ahead of second-place Delta with 66.5 points. Juab placed fourth overall with 54 points.For the girls, Juab won the crown with 101 points, outlasting second-place Carbon, who finished with 95 points. Delta placed third overall with 74.2 points.The meet commenced with the girls’ medley relay, which saw Union place first in a time of 4:20.23 with Juab finishing third.Grand’s boys won the medley title, with Juab placing second at a time of 3:50.34.Savannah Nielson of Delta won the girls’ 100-meter hurdles in a time of 16.53 seconds, with her teammate, Delta’s Adi Nielson winning the 300-meter hurdles in a time of 48.78 seconds.Delta’s Jaymen Brough again excelled in numerous events, winning the 110-meter hurdles (16.35 seconds) and high jump (6 feet 1 inch) crowns, while placing second in the 300-meter hurdles to Connor Guerrero of Grand.Derek Smith of Delta also fared well, finishing fourth in the boys’ 100-meter dash, with Madison Norris of Manti finished fifth in the girls’ 1600-meter run.Delta’s girls also did well in the 4 x 100 relay, which saw the Rabbits win the title in 52.73 seconds. This team consisted of Jordyn Nieson, Ashlee Nielson, Adi Nielson and Bridgette Christensen.Gunnison’s Jade Wimmer swept the 400-meter (59.96 seconds) and 200-meter dash (26.31 seconds) titles and Richfield’s Chaz Roberts placed third in the boys’ 800-meter run.In the girls’ 3200-meter run, Juab’s Maura Williams and Whitney Slater finished third and fourth, respectively.Delta’s girls also won the 4 x 400 relay, with the Rabbits posting a time of 4:17.11 as the team consisted of Ashlee Nielson, Adi Nielson, Savannah Nielson and Quincy Allred.The boys’ discus crown was won by Delta’s Chase Fowles with a toss of 121-06.50 feet, as he also won the shot put crown with a toss of 42-10 feet. Meanwhile Wayne’s Brynnli Nelson won the girls’ javelin crown with a toss of 120-02 feet.Juab’s Willow Kay won the girls’ long jump title with a leap of 16-01.25 feet. In the boys’ long jump, Wayne’s Wyatt Van Orden placed third and Trey Brough of Delta finished fourth, while Cole Marshall of Beaver placed sixth.Rhiannon West of Juab won the girls’ high jump with a leap of 5 feet 1 inch, with her teammates Emilia Anderson and Brooklynn Hunter placing fourth and fifth, respectively.Finally, the boys’ javelin title was won by Juab’s Jackson Rowley with a toss of 174-08 feet, with his teammate Bradley Brindley finishing third and Beaver’s Tyler Griffiths placed fifth.PROVO, Utah-Friday, at Brigham Young University’s Robison Track, Beaver represented all small schools in Utah at the BYU High School Multi-Steeple Event. The Beavers fared admirably, all things considered, as they were often paired against Class 6-A Pleasant Grove in many events.The Beavers were able to compete in the 2000-meter steeplechase (an amended version of the conventional collegiate 3000-meter steeplechase) while in this event, Beaver’s Samantha Williams and Sophia Almeida ran 8:03.32 and 10:00.05 respectively.In the boys’ 2000-meter steeplechase, Beaver’s Caysen Crum, Spencer Williams and Rhett Marshall placed fourth through sixth respectively.Beaver’s boys have placed third with 12 points overall in the standings.Meanwhile, Beaver’s girls also competed in the heptathlon, an event primarily reserved for collegiate athletes, but Linley White currently has 1787 points, with her teammate, Kaitlyn Hemond, posting 1191 points thus far.The meet will resume Saturday. April 21, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Track Roundup: 4/20 Written by
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