Richfield’s Girls Win Region 12 Cross Country Title Tuesday

first_imgOctober 15, 2019 /Sports News – Local Richfield’s Girls Win Region 12 Cross Country Title Tuesday Written by Tags: Richfield Cross Country/South Sevier Cross Country FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHELPER, Utah-Tuesday, Richfield’s girls won the Region 12 cross country championship meet title at the Carbon Country Club golf course, with Carbon High School serving as the host school.The Wildcats’ girls posted a score of 59 points to best second-place Carbon, as the Dinos posted a score of 66. South Sevier’s girls finished with a score of 52, placing them sixth overall.Grand’s Kylah Ricks took the individual region title in a time of 18:25.90 during the 3-mile course, the standard distance that both boys and girls competitors ran Tuesday.Richfield’s Nora Foster placed second (20:44.30) while the Wildcats were also bolstered by Jamie Holt (21:44.00) who placed ninth, Melissa Crane (22:32.50), the 12th-place finisher, Carli Begay (22:51.30) who finished 15th, Aspen Workman, who placed 21st (23:25.60), Karlee Thomas (23:43.90) who finished 24th, McKenna Alger (24:34.00) and Elena Torgersen (24:46.30) who placed 29th and 30th respectively, Tessi Begay (25:21.00) who finished 39th, Hannah Steele (27:05.40), Addison Barclay (27:25.90) and KyLee Anderson (27:29.00) who placed 44th through 46th and Ariana Paul (29:34.70) who placed 48th.South Sevier was paced by 18th place finisher Lainey Obray (23:14.40) and Sarah Barben (25:24.70) who finished 40th overall.For the boys, Carbon took the team title with a score of 43 while Richfield finished second with a score of 48. South Sevier placed sixth with a score of 154.Evan Ellison of Grand took the individual region title in a time of 15:43.70 while Richfield star, Hayden Harward, placed second (15:49.00).Other Richfield standouts included ninth-place finisher Richard Crane (16:35.20), Cannon Anderson (17:00.90) and Tyler Johnson (17:02.00) who finished 11th and 12th respectively.Richfield was also paced by Nick Woolsey (17:04.90) in 14th place, Mason Solt in 17th place (17:28.80), Cody Rivers in 22nd place (18:08.70), Tyler Saunders in 24th place (18:25.60), Tyler Winters in 30th place (18:45.40), Daran Beard in 32nd place (18:51.10), Caleb Matthews (18:51.70) and Carson Utley (18:52.40) in 34th and 35th place respectively, Keenan Janke (19:06.50) in 38th place, Mitchell Goold (19:06.70) in 40th place, Harrison Brown (19:38.20), Joshua Matthews (19:39.70) and Cameron Jewkes (19:41.70) in 48th-50th place, Hunter Alger (19:45.90) in 52nd place, Spencer Christensen (19:53.40) in 54th place, Adam Olson (20:22.40) in 59th place, Sam Torgersen (20:53.50) in 63rd place, Jaron Thomas (21:26.70) in 67th place, David Dastrup (21:43.20) in 73rd place, Cason Southwick (21:45.30) in 74th place, Zackary Sweitzer (21:51.20) in 76th place, Jayden Lewis (22:35.50) in 84th place, Bryson Paul (22:52.50) in 86th place, Max Graf (23:50.40) in 89th place, Mac Ogden (24:05.90) in 91st place, Tanner Huntsman (24:19.90), Preston Barclay (24:21.80) and Bridger Morrill (25:15.30) in 95th-97th place, Randon Sandall in 101st place (25:56.50) and Bodie Brown in 103rd place (26:03.00).South Sevier was paced by 18th-place finisher Blake Vellinga (17:38.00), 39th-place finisher Clancy Eyre (19:06.60), 43rd-place finisher Brodie Owens (19:08.40), Jarin Robb (19:25.70) and Logan Hansen (19:29.30) who finished 45th and 46th respectively, Tanner Torgerson (19:41.90) who placed 51st, 64th-place finisher Camden Larsen (21:00.80), 75th-place finisher Caleb Jenkins (21:45.40), 77th-place finisher Taeson Brady (21:51.30), 81st-place finisher Ethan Morgan (22:17.10), 88th-place finisher Elijah Peterson (23:35.60), 90th-place finisher Jarom Bergfeld (23:50.60), 92nd-place finisher Alex Williams (24:09.20), 100th-place finisher Hafen Smith (25:39.10) and Hayden Hansen (28:07.90) who finished 104th overall. Brad Jameslast_img

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