Sharp Takes Gold with Great Showing by Spartans *Photo Gallery*


Photo by Jacob Sharp

The Emery Spartans competed at BYU for the UHSAA 3A State Championships over the weekend. The team finished fourth overall as a team, against 18 other schools.

Creek Sharp was phenomenal, winning the gold in the 100m Dash, in a time of 10:87. The senior also placed third, taking home the bronze in the 200m Dash, in a time of 22.46. Also having a very impressive weekend was Camdon Larsen, taking the silver in the 1600m Run, with a time of 4:22.42. Larsen placed fourth in the 3200m Run (9:49.93) and sixth in the 800m Run (2:01.14).

Also bringing home the silver was Gentry Christiansen, placing second in the 800m Run, with a time of 2:15.53. The freshman then finished in fourth in the 1600m (5:06.79) and fifth in the 3200m (11:11.24). Fellow freshman Skylee Guymon had a great showing as well, winning the bronze in the 300m hurdles with a time of 45.71. She finished in fourth in the 100m Hurdles (15.72) and fifth in the 200m Dash (26.29). The future is bright for years to come for the two.

Abby Morris claimed the bronze in the High Jump, jumping 5-1.0 in the event. Morris did great in the 100m Dash, finishing sixth with a time of 13.11. Addy Guymon had a fantastic weekend as well, placing fourth in the 800m Run (2:18.12), fourth in the 1600m Run (5:07.28) and fifth in the 3200m Run (10:56.63) from the impressive sophomore.

Mathew Olsen placed well in his events, with the fifth overall in the 110m Hurdles in a time of 15.78 and seventh I the 300m Hurdles in 41.57. Megans Stilson would also claim the fifth position in the High Jump, jumping 5-1.0 in the event. Addie Hurst finished in the tenth spot in the 3200m Run with a time of 12:23.46. Boston Huntington did well in the High Jump, with a 5-10.0 jump for the senior. Dillon Larsen finished in fourteenth in the 1600m Run, with a time of 4:42.14.

The Lady Spartans claimed silver in the 4×400 Relay, with a time of 4:07.69. The team consists of Skylee Guymon, Addy Guymon, Molly Christiansen and Gentry Christiansen. The Emery girls finished at the fourth overall team with a score of 67.00. The boys finished in sixth with a score of 41.00, giving them the combined score of 108.00 claiming the combined position of fourth place of the 19 schools.

Photos Courtesy of Jacob Sharp, Kristy Guymon, Abbie Christiansen and Hugh Christiansen

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