The Stansbury track and field team showed off its depth Wednesday afternoon, winning 10 events to claim both the boys and girls team titles at a Region 11 meet at Ogden High School that also included Ben Lomond, Park City and St. Joseph.
Brenden VanCooney, Kaleb Griffeth and Jared Brown each won a pair of events for the Stallions’ boys team, and Aubree Cheney had two wins for the girls.
VanCooney won the 200-meter dash in a personal-best time of 23.48 seconds, and was victorious in the 400 in 52.21. He added a fourth-place finish in the 100 with a season-best time of 11.73. Griffeth won the 110 hurdles (personal-best 17.99) and 300 hurdles (45.58), and Brown won the shot put (49-2) and discus (136-10). Alexander Turner won the 1,600 for the Stansbury boys with a season-best time of 4:56.77.
Benjamin Ohmert had a strong day for the Stallions as well, finishing second in the 400 (season-best 54.15), fourth in the 110 hurdles (personal-best 18.88) and fifth in the 200 (personal-best 24.43) and 100 (personal-best 11.83). Kale Vorwaller posted a pair of PRs, finishing second in the 300 hurdles (46.12) and third in the 110 hurdles (18.85). Dillon Carpenter was second in the discus (97-6) and third in the shot put (39-5 1/2), and the Stallions were second in the 4×400 relay in 3:57.13. Wilmark Jordan was second in the long jump with a PR of 18-11 1/4.
Wyatt Gleed was third in the 1,600 (PR of 5:03.90) and seventh in the 800 (PR of 2:19.40), and Logan Richins was third in the 300 hurdles (PR of 46.62), fifth in the 110 hurdles (PR of 19.06) and tied for eighth with teammate Brock Carlson in the high jump (5-2). Matthew Topham was fourth in the 300 hurdles (47.88) and high jump (PR of 5-8), and finished seventh in the 110 hurdles (PR of 19.25). Oliver Sill was fifth in the 1,600 (PR of 5:09.52) and eighth in the 800 (PR of 2:20.29).
Samuel Alder was fifth in the 300 hurdles with a personal-best time of 47.99. Kaemon Dix had a pair of sixth-place finishes and personal records in the 800 (2:19.25) and 1,600 (5:13.35), and Jordan Evans was sixth in the 200 (PR of 24.78). Kayden Blake was sixth in the 300 hurdles with a PR of 48.44, Miles Howa was sixth in the 110 hurdles in 19.20 and Jake Russell set a PR in the discus, finishing sixth at 83-5.
Carlson finished seventh in the 300 hurdles with a PR of 49.72, and Bryan Morris set a PR in the 3,200 with a time of 12:54.73 to finish seventh. Bridger Fawson was seventh in the high jump at 5-2. Eighth-place finishers included Payton Didericksen (12.10 in the 100), Tyler Bell (personal-best 19.63 in the 110 hurdles), Tyler Carpenter (personal-best 80-1 in the discus) and Seth Pankratz (personal-best 17-10 1/4 in the long jump).
Cheney won the girls 100 in a season-best time of 13.09, and added a win in the 200 in 26.29. Kayla Alvey had a win in the 300 hurdles with a season-best time of 48.82 and was second in the 100 hurdles in a personal-best 17.64. Marian Ogden won the 800 in 2:44.90, and she was third in the 1,600 in a personal-best 6:02.46.
Kylie Nelson posted three PRs in finishing second in the 100 (13.46), fifth in the 400 (1:08.96) and sixth in the 200 (27.72). Jadyn Gagnier was second in the discus (PR of 93-1) and third in the shot put (31-0 1/2) and 200 (27.01).
Julie Starr was third in the 3,200 (PR of 14:05.62) and eighth in the 800 (season-best 2:56.22). Gracey Hinton had two season-best times, finishing third in the 300 hurdles (51.16) and fourth in the 100 hurdles (18.17), and Tifa Kioa set a new PR with a third-place toss of 90-8 in the discus. Samantha Coleman was fourth in the 300 hurdles (52.83) and fifth in the 100 hurdles (18.46). Mallori Britton finished fourth in the 400 (PR of 1:08.68) and Olivia Conkle was fourth in the high jump (4-4).
Fifth-place finishers included Jessica Beazer (PR of 6:30.39 in the 1,600) and Annie Ploehn (PR of 53.46 in the 300 hurdles). Hannah Anderson was sixth in the 300 hurdles (53.70) and Ainsley Thurber was seventh in the shot put (27-0 1/4). Madison Welch (PR of 26-5 in the shot put) and Ashleigh Olsen (75-2 in the discus) each finished eighth.