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image Stansbury’s Justin Jenkins runs in a relay race on March 28 at a meet at Stansbury High School. Jenkins has clocked the second fastest time in the 400 meters in 3A this year with a time of 50.55 seconds. He has also hit the second-highest mark in the 3A high jump and in the state overall at 6 feet, 2 inches. Jenkins also anchors two relay teams for the Stallions.

April 24, 2012
Stallions prevail at Bear River meet

The Stansbury men’s track team grabbed first-place finishes in 11 of the 16 events at a track meet with Grantsville and Bear River on Wednesday in Garland. The Cowboys won first place in four of the 16 events and Bear River won one men’s event.

Stansbury freshman Hudson Conrad finished first in the 100 meters; Justin Jenkins prevailed in the 200 meters; Luke Jones won the 800 meters; Austin Slade finished first in the 1600 meters; Kaylen Vickers won the 300 hurdles; the team of Conrad, Tyler Jensen, Adam Mason and Justin Jenkins won the 4×100 relay; Stansbury won the 4×400 relay (names unavailable); Alan Havili won the shot put and the discus; Hunter Anderson won the javelin; and Jackson Clausing won the long jump.

Grantsville’s Bren Durfee won the 400 meters; Colin Arave won the 3200 meters; Ryan Castagno prevailed in the 110 hurdles; and the team of Ben Seekins, Caleb Edwards, Durfee and Danny Haynie won the sprint medley relay.

Stansbury won six events and Grantsville won one event in women’s competition at the meet.

Kaylea Collings won first place for the Stallions in the 1600 meters; Bronwyn Douglas prevailed in the 3200 meters; the team of Abigail Beazer, Krissy Nobles, Kati Rasmussen and Madie Alvey won the 4×400 relay; Lyndsie Thompson won the shot put and the discus; and Becca Shumway won the javelin. Grantsville’s Hailey Stevens finished tied for first in the high jump with Bear River’s Jandie Summers.

Men’s Results: (local athletes in top three in each event)

100 meters — 1. Conrad, SHS (11.25) 2. Dallin Didericksen, SHS 3. Justin Jenkins, SHS

200 meters — 1. Justin Jenkins, SHS (23.85) 2. Conrad, SHS 3. Ben Seekins, GHS

400 meters — 1. Bren Durfee, GHS (53.37) 3. Garret Webb, GHS

800 meters — 1. Luke Jones, SHS (2:04.21) 3. Kirby Harris, SHS

1600 meters — 1. Austin Slade, GHS (4:47.00)

3200 meters — 1. Colin Arave, GHS (11:06.00) 2. Bryson Stevens, GHS

110 hurdles — 1. Ryan Castagno, GHS (15.07) 2. Bryce Bartlett, GHS

300 hurdles — 1. Kaylen Vickers, SHS (43.09) 2. Dallin Didericksen, SHS

4×100 relay — 1. Stansbury (44.98) Conrad, Tyler Jensen, Adam Mason, Justin Jenkins

Sprint medley — 1. Grantsville (4:09.00) Ben Seekins, Caleb Edwards, Bren Durfee, Danny Haynie

Shot put — 1. Allan Havili, SHS (43 feet, 5 inches) 2. Hunter Anderson, SHS

Discus — 1. Allan Havili, SHS (119 feet, 11 inches) 2. Torrin Hodges, SHS 3. Atu Havili, SHS

Javelin — 1. Anderson, SHS (153 feet, 9 inches) 2. Derrick Rasher, GHS 3. Hodges, SHS

High jump — 3. Kelvyn Hardy, GHS

Long jump — 1. Jackson Clausing, SHS (18 feet, 4 inches) 2. Rasher, GHS

Women’s Results: (local athletes in top three in each event)

100 meters — 3. Brooke Cavey, SHS

400 meters — 2. Madie Alvey, SHS 800 meters — 3. Brianna Eyre, GHS

1600 meters — 1. Kaylea Collings, SHS (5:54.00) 3. Abigail Beazer

3200 meters — 1. Bronwyn Douglas, SHS (12.39.01)

100 hurdles — 2. Courtenae Nielson, SHS

300 hurdles — 2. Nielson, SHS 3. Witley Ernst, GHS

4×400 relay — 1. Stansbury (4:35.0) Abigail Beazer, Krissy Nobles, Kati Rasmussen and Madie Alvey

Shot put — 1. Lyndsie Thompson, SHS (32 feet, 5 inches) 3. Julie Curtis, GHS

Discus — 1. Thompson SHS, (98 feet, 5 inches) 2. BreAnn DeLaney, GHS

Javelin — 1. Becca Shumway, SHS, (94 feet, 0 inches) 2. Rylie Matthews, GHS 3. DeLaney, GHS

High Jump — 1. Hailey Stevens, GHS, (4 feet, 10 inches) 2. Jennifer Christensen, GHS

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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