The Stansbury track and field teams made their mark at the Uintah Invitational in Vernal over the weekend, as the Stallions’ boys team easily won first place and the girls finished a close second to Carbon.
Silas Young won the 100-meter dash in 11.20 seconds and the 200 in 22.57, and finished second to teammate Casey Roberts (50.90) in the 400. Roberts was second in the 100 and 200.
Josh Wintch won the 1,600 (4:31.28) and 800 (1:58.31), recording state-qualifying times in both races. Jacob Medsker won the 110 hurdles (16.35) and 300 hurdles (41.18). The boys 4×100 (43.75) and 4×400 (3:36.39) relay teams also finished first, and Jay Mackay won the javelin with a mark of 148 feet, one inch. Josh Oblad won the 3,200 in 10:34.84 and finished sixth in the 1,600.
Nick Norman finished second in the 1,600 and the 800, while Jacob Winters was second in the 3,200 and seventh in the 800. Drake Schlappi was second in the high jump with a state qualifying mark of six feet and also finished sixth in the javelin.
Blaise Miller was third in the 1,600 and fourth in the 800.
Douglas Woods was third in the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles. Jamin Peacock was third in the 100 and fifth in the 200. Josh Larsen was third in the 800 and sixth in the 3,200. Abram Miller finished fourth in the 100 and 200 and eighth in the 400. Richard Beazer was fourth in the 1,600 and sixth in the 800. Xander Littlefield was fifth in the 400 and eighth in the 200.
Jared Brown finished fifth in the shot put and sixth in discus. Jake Spaulding was sixth in the high jump and long jump. McCoy Didericksen was sixth in the 100 and seventh in the 200.
Other top finishers for the Stansbury boys included Jaxton Maez (third in the 3,200), Brad Steele (fourth in the 300 hurdles), Nathan Winters (fifth in the 3,200), Kayden Blake (fifth in the high jump), Toa Tia (fifth in the javelin), Hawk Call (seventh in the 1,600) and Ryan Brady (seventh in the 3,200).
Sami Oblad won the 100 (12.69), 400 (1:00.14) and long jump (16-2 1/4) to lead the Stansbury girls. She easily beat the state qualifying marks in the 100 and 400 and just missed in the long jump by three-quarters of an inch.
Kayla Alvey won the 300 hurdles in 49.37 and was eighth in the 100 hurdles. The girls 4×100 relay won its race in 51.10.
Aubree Cheney was second in the 300 and third in the 100 and 200. Masche Osborn finished third in the 3,200, with Shelby Archer fourth, Katelin Chipman sixth and Mallori Barker seventh. Emily Franz was third in the 300 hurdles.
Samantha Bryant took fourth in the long jump, and the girls 4×400 relay finished fourth. Gracey Hinton was fifth in the 100 hurdles and sixth in the 300 hurdles. Zoe Hales finished sixth in the 1,600 and seventh in the 800. Karlee Brandt was seventh in the 200, and Brynn Squires was eighth in the 1,600.
Tooele’s boys team finished eighth of 11 teams at the invitational. The Buffaloes were led by Angel Garcia’s second-place finish in the discus, along with a fourth-place effort in the shot put. Micah Douglas was seventh in the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles, while Aaron Pectol and Spencer Moreno finished eighth and ninth, respectively, in the 800.
Tooele’s girls were 11th of 13 teams, and were led by Sammy Thomas’ third-place finish in the shot put. The 4×100 relay finished sixth, and Allie Miles was sixth in the 400 and seventh in the high jump. Nizhone Tso was eighth in the 300 hurdles.
Grantsville’s girls finished 12th, with Danielle Hunsaker fifth in the 100. Ashlee Edwards was seventh in the 100 and eighth in the 400.
The Grantsville boys were 11th. Andrew Floyd’s seventh-place run in the 100 was the Cowboys’ top finish.