2019 Mr. Mac/BYU Invitational Features 60+ T&F Schools


Carbon, Emery, Pinnacle and 50+ other track and field teams competed in the 2019 Mr. Mac/BYU Invitational over the weekend. The competition comprised schools from the 1A-3A classifications. There was a separate meet happening at the same time for 4A-6A schools that had over 60 teams as well.


Jared Spendlove reached the podium with a third place finish in the 800 meters while Ryker Childs finished sixth in 110 meter hurdles. Carbon’s relays also found success. The boys’ sprint medley and 4×400 each took third while the girls’ respective relays finished fourth and fifth in their events. Marianna Molinar took fourth in javelin as Mekenna Blanc grabbed a pair of points with her seventh place finish in the 800 meter.

“The majority of the team had personal or season bests. I couldn’t be any more pleased; I’m ecstatic,” said head coach Jimmy Jeweks. “Now, we have to get ready for region.”

Carbon took 13th overall with 21 points in the boys’ division as the Lady Dinos finished in 16th with 16 points.

Juab will host the region meet on Wednesday and Thursday.


Braiden Ivie represented the Spartans well with second place finishes in the 100 and 200 meter sprints. His second place finishes were the highest of all the Castle Country athletes over all events. Keldan Guymon scored seven points for Emery with his fourth place finish in javelin and seventh place finish in the 300 meter hurdle. Cale Allred ended right behind Guymon in javelin to take fifth.

The boys’ team ended in 10th with 27 points.

Emery will head to Manti for its region meet on Wednesday and Thursday.


Landen Hardy finished 14th in the 800 meter, which was the best finish of any Pinnacle athlete in the meet.

Mountain View took first with 75.5 points in the boys’ division followed by Sugar-Salem (56) and Star Valley (47). North Summit (65) edged out Delta (64) to win the girls’ division.

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