Photo courtesy of Jimmy Jewkes
For the fourth time this season the Lady Dinos walked away with a first-place victory, this time at their home invitational Tuesday afternoon.
The Lady Spartans managed a second-place win in the girls’ competition while the Spartans grabbed first in the boys’. The Dinos came in behind for a second-place win.
The two schools continued to fight for a first in the overall scoring, with Carbon taking first and a score of 315.5 while Emery managed a close second at 313.
Pinnacle was also represented, grabbing a ninth and eighth-place finish in the boys’ and girls’ contests, respectively, and a ninth overall.
Carbon started off their winning action with a first in the girls’ sprint medley relay while the boys returned with a third in the same event. Mikelle Monson was third in the 100 meters with Madelyn Christensen also putting up Dino points placing seventh in the same contest.
Emily Broadbear grabbed a first in the 1600 for the Blue and White with Logan Engar putting up first in the boys’ event. Carbon grabbed first in both the girls’ and boys’ 4×100 while Sadie Crompton managing second in the 400 meters. Megan Swasey returned in the 300 for a third-place finish with Crompton and Regan Hanson reigning in the 800, taking first and second.
Lindsey Blanc grabbed a first in the 200 meters while Broadbear returned in the 3200 for second. Drew Jones and Paul Bryner grabbed a second and third in the 3200 meters for the boys’ team. Carbon beat out Emery for a first in the 4×400 girls’ contest and also finished first in the 4×400 boys’ contest.
Caitlyn Dimick was second in the javelin while Monson returned for a first in the high jump. Kyle Quinton and Derek Hillam grabbed second and third in the long jump while Quinton also grabbed third in the shot put. Dimick returned for a third in the discus while teammtes Sarah Ohlwiler and Monson represented with first and third finishes in the long jump.
Emery girls grabbed an early third for the team in the girls’ spring medley relay while the boys’ team responded for a first in the boys’ event. Mason Faimalo grabbed second in the 110 meter hurdles while Hailey Allred also represented in the 100 meters with a second. Emery boys shone in the 100 meters, with Braiden Ivie and Logan Cox taking first and third, respectively.
Belle Bowers grabbed third in the 1600 meters while Chase Christiansen managed a first in the boys’ event. Emery also grabbed second in both the boys’ and girls’ 4×100 event. Allred returned in the 400 for a third-place finish. Brady Boren grabbed a second in the 400 meters for Emery as well.
Keldan Guymon and Lance Chynoweth grabbed second and third in the 800 meters while Ivie and Cox managed first and third in the 200. Erin Hurst placed first in the 3200 meters for Emery as well. Christiansen returned for a first in the 3200 meters.
Emery grabbed more points thanks to a second and third-place finish in the boys’ and girls’ 4×400. Chase Jewkes grabbed third in the discus while Sam Morgan grabbed third in the girls’ javelin.
Tayden Nielson and Alejandra Garcia also grabbed a second and third in the high jump. Ty Mecham represented Emery with a first in the shot put while Jewkes rounded out the Spartan points by returning for a fist in the javelin.