BYU Invitational

          Members of the North Sevier track team participated in the BYU Invitational this past weekend and Coach Terron Barney said the meet was by fat the best one for their team so far this season.

          “The kids who attended this had to meet a minimum qualification standard in their events in order to compete.  We had 23 kids who met those standards.  There were 94 teams who competed in the event ranging from 1A to 6A.  In addition to the several schools from Utah, every surrounding state was represented as well,” he said. “Our kids stepped up to the competition and represented our school and community very well.  We saw even more of our athletes qualify for the state meet, some even placed very high in the meet and nearly every athlete and relay set a new PR by a big mark and time.”

          Sophomore Keaton Hallows placed 30th in the 3200m and 22nd in the 1600m, Avery Smith 39th in the 100m hurdles and 17th in the 300m hurdles, Caleb Madsen 72nd in the 100m and Kamden Saling 74th.

          Junior Tate Goble placed 7th overall in the 100m hurdles and 16th in the 300m hurdles and the girls 4×100 team took 21st.  The boys 4×100 team placed 11th and the girls sprint medley placed 14th while the boys took 9th, cutting 8 seconds off their previous time.

          Freshman Greyson Bennett took 44th in the 200, Caleb Madsen 65th, Kamden Saling 68th, and Ethan Fielding 74th.  Ciarra Anderson placed 39th in the 800m and Brooklyn Goble 65th.  Keaton Hallows took 18th in the 800m and the girls 4×400 placed 10th with the boys 16th.

          Cauy Williams took 21st in the high jump, Ciarra Anderson 29th in the long jump and Alli Mason 37th.  Tate Goble placed 23rd in the long jump, Alli Mason 6th in the shot put, and Cauy Williams 27th in the shot.  Alaina Barney took 23rd in the javelin and Trishna Nielson 27th in the discus.

          “We are now looking forward to the Region meet this Wednesday held at North Summit and the following weekend we are set to compete for state at Davis High School,” said Barney.

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