Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

May 18, 2022
Stallions win Region 7 track championships

The Stansbury men’s track team has performed solidly all season so it wasn’t a major surprise that they captured the Region 7 track crown last Thursday in Vernal. The Stallions tallied 247 points compared to Cedar Valley’s 138.

Stansbury’s girls also finished first with 161 points with Uintah a close second at 140.

“The boys have been strong for most of the season so it was awesome to win region again,” said coach Steve Allen. “The girls were very much a wonderful surprise. We knew we had a chance to pull it off, but it would take everyone and our depth to win it. They amazingly came through.”

Tooele’s girls team finished fifth with 66.5 points and the men placed seventh with 24 points.

Stansbury’s boys won the 4×800 relay and the 4×200 relay.

The 4×800 team included Charlie Cook, Keamon Dix, Joseph Conts and Lanse Larsen.

The 4×200 team included Benji Douglas, Austin Rady, Nathan Bushnell and Miles Howa.

Individual winners included Matthew Topham 110 hurdles and high jump; Benji Douglas 100 meters at 10.98 and Howa at 10.99; Cook 800 meters; Douglas 200 meters; and Franklin Joyce discus.

The Stansbury girls dominated relay events winning the 4×800, 4×200 and 4×100.

The 4×800 team included Erin Allen, Nicole Payne, Alexis Dansie, Ellie Dangerfield.

Members of the 4×200 and 4×100 teams were Sara Searle, Emily Coleman, Essy Call and Gracee Alders.

Jasmine Sisar finished first in the discus, Alders first in the 400 meters and Coleman finished first in the 300m hurdles.

Tooele freshman Lindsey Hansen finished first in the javelin with a personal record toss of 102-00.50, and Emma Stuart placed third in the long jump

Men’s scores: Stansbury 247, Cedar Valley 138, Payson 78, Cottonwood 70, Uintah 63, Hillcrest 29, Tooele 24

Women’s scores: Stansbury 161, Uintah 140, Cedar Valley 121, Payson 85.5, Tooele 66.5, Hillcrest 52, Cottonwood 29.

 

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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