Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

April 25, 2013
Athletes prepare for crunch time

The next three weeks are critical for local track athletes as they attempt to hit state-qualifying marks. Two major events are primers for the Utah Track and Field Championships scheduled for May 17 and 18 at BYU.

All Tooele County high school teams will gather for the Tooele County Invitational on Wednesday at Stansbury High School. Seven days later, the Region 11 championships will be held at Morgan High School on May 8-9.

Stansbury traveled to Grantsville on April 17 for a cold meet which hindered performances. The two teams battled evenly in boys competition with the Stansbury girls dominating most of their events.

Boys Results

100 meters — 1. Dallon Didericksen (11.13) SHS 2. Hudson Conrad SHS 3. Ben Seekins GHS 4. Chase Christiansen SHS 5. Nephi Meono GHS

200 meters — 1. Ben Seekins (23.32) GHS 2. Bren Durfee GHS 3. Tyler Jensen SHS 4. Colton May SHS 5. Chase Christiansen SHS

400 meters — 1. Bren Durfee (53.64) GHS 2. Zayne Anderson SHS 3. Colton May SHS 4. Trayce Edwards GHS 5. Stephan Hansen GHS

800 meters — 1. Tanner Jensen (2:09.79) SHS 2. Jake Maughn SHS 3. Jaden Torgerson SHS 4. Danny Haynie GHS 5. Hunter Hoffman SHS

1600 meters — 1. Austin Slade (4:42.73) SHS 2. Colin Arave GHS 3. Jake Maughun SHS 4. Abram Beazer SHS 5. Tanner Jensen SHS

3200 meters — 1. Colin Arave (10:36.74) GHS 2. Jaden Torgerson SHS 3. Piercen Maez SHS 4. Brandon Passey GHS 5. Chad Gubler WHS

110 hurdles — 1. Ben Rigby (16.81) GHS 2. Ben Steele SHS 3. Kelvyn Hardy GHS 4. Nathan Dale SHS 5. Brendan Olsen SHS

300 hurldes — 1. Ben Rigby (44.35) 2. Landon Stice SHS 3. Ben Steele SHS 4. Todd Ritchey GHS 5. Nathan Dale SHS

Shot put — 1. Allan Havilli (46 feet, 8 inches) SHS 2. Cade Coon GHS 3. Blas Aguirre WHS 4. Joseph Ruiz WHS 5. Jordan Roberts SHS

Discus — 1. Allan Havilli (140 feet, 1 inch) SHS  2. Torrin Hodges SHS 3. Kelly Nobles SHS 4. Cade Coon GHS 5. Blas Aguirre WHS

Javelin  — 1. Torrin Hodges (158, 8 inches) SHS 2. Joseph Ruiz WHS 3. Jarom Gleed SHS 4. Alfonzo Gonzales GHS 5. Mitchell Terrell GHS

High jump — 1. Landon Stice (5 feet, 8 inches) SHS 2. Kelvyn Hardy GHS

Long jump — 1. Bren Durfee (19 feet, 6 inches) GHS 2. Kaden Curtis GHS 3. Landon Stice SHS 4. Damon Valdez WHS 5. Stephen Hansen GHS

Girls Results

100 meters — 1. Maddi Bender (13.84) SHS 2. Jenna Becker SHS 3. Erika Maldonado WHS 4. Shelbie Shields SHS 5. Natalie Hurst GHS

200 meters — 1. Madie Alevey ( 27.72) SHS 2. Morgan Vorwaller SHS 3. Hailey Stevens GHS 4. Kylie Searle SHS 5. Natalie Hurst GHS

400 meters — 1. Morgan Vorwaller (63.82) SHS 2. Megan Treece SHS 3. Megan Topham SHS 4. Brooklyn Searle SHS 5. Amber Graves SHS

800 meters — 1. Kaitlyn Palmer (2:42.11) SHS 2. Taeler Johnson GHS 3. Kati Rasmussen SHS 4. Sarah Hardy SHS 5. Kylie Searle SHS

1600 meters — 1. Rebecca Lords (6:05.67 SHS 2. Jessica Chipman SHS 3. Sidney Warrick SHS 4. Sarah Hardy SHS 5. Kristen Rust GHS

3200 meters — 1. Rebecca Lords (13.29.02) SHS 2. Kaitlyn Palmer SHS 3. Kristen Rush GHS 4. Kendra Winterton SHS 5. Sarah Hardy SHS

100 hurdles — 1. Erika Alvey (17.32) SHS 2. Krissy Nobles SHS 3. Whitley Ernst GHS 4. Kasandra Nordgren SHS 5. Gabby Royle SHS

Shot put — 1. Hailey Durfee (27 feet, 10 inches) GHS 2. Jessica Cuevas WHS 3. Kallie Stewart SHS 4. Gracie Atkin GHS 5. Alyssa Chase

Discus — 1. Alyssa Chase (63 feet, 10 inches) SHS 2. Gracie Atkin GHS 3. Hailey Stewart GHS 4. Chelsie Pritzkau 5. Kaitlyn Stewart GHS

Javelin — 1. Hailey Stevens (5 feet, 2 inches) GHS 2. Jennifer Christensen GHS 3. Shelbie Sheilds SHS

Long Jump – 1. Hailey Stevens (15 feet, 11 inches) GHS 2. Anna Christensen GHS 3. Jennifer Christensen GHS 4. Mago Bermejo WHS 5. Maria Maldonado WHS

Mark Watson

Sports Editor at Tooele Transcript Bulletin
Mark directs all editorial coverage of sports in addition to reporting on a wide range of events from high school football to international racing. He has a wealth of journalism experience, having worked for four other newspapers in the state. Mark grew up in Tooele County and graduated from Grantsville High School and Brigham Young University.

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