April 13, 2019 /Sports News – Local Track Roundup: 4/13 Brad James MILFORD, Utah-Saturday, the Beaver boys and Milford girls won respective titles at the Milford Invitational at Milford High School. Desert Hills’ boys took the team title with 129.5 points. North Sanpete’s boys placed 20th with 11 points and Millard finished 12th with 13 points. The Milford girls posted 219 points, easily besting second-place Beaver (99 points). Bryce Valley was fourth with 60 points and Escalante placed sixth with 26 points. Jaden Fails of Beaver won the boys’ 300-meter hurdles title (43.75). His teammate, Spencer Williams, won the 800-meter run title (2:05.61). Brinley Mason placed second in the girls’ shot put (31-01) and Macady Goble placed fifth in the girls’ javelin (97-06). North Sanpete’s Isabelle Hightower won the girls’ 100-meter dash title (12.79 seconds). Grand’s boys posted 132 points to win the team title with North Sevier finishing ninth with 24 points. Avery Smith placed sixth in the girls’ high jump (4 feet 6 inches). FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailDixie Invitational Paxton Henrie of Milford won the boys’ javelin title (140-01) and Akaydeh Livingston of Milford won the girls’ 3200-meter run crown (13:51.12). The Desert Hills girls also took the team title with 144 points. Millard’s girls finished 9th with 30 points. The North Sanpete girls placed 11th, netting 15 points. The Bryce Valley girls won the 4 x 100 relay title (58.03 seconds). The Mustangs were represented by Amanda Chynoweth, Morgan Platt, Mira Platt and Brooklyn Syrett in this event. The North Sevier boys placed fourth in the 4 x 100 relay (46.92) as the Wolves on this team were Landan Gale, Caleb Madsen, Gabe Wilcox and Riley Ogden. Treyson Harris of Beaver won the boys’ discus (152-04.25) and shot put (44-08) titles while Kaitlyn Hemond of Beaver won the girls’ long jump title (16-05). Hemond also took the girls’ 100-meter title (13.43). Another title from Hemond came in the girls’ 200-meter dash (27.77). Milford’s Michael Roxburgh won the boys’ 3200-meter title (12:31.00). Kinley Spaulding of Milford took the girls’ 1600-meter title (6:09.83). Spaulding also won the girls’ 300-meter hurdles crown (50.10). North Sanpete’s Scott Hatch secured the high jump title with a leap of 6 feet 4 inches. Taylor Alger of Milford won the girls’ 400-meter dash title (1:04.23). Hunter Carter of Beaver is the boys’ 400-meter champion at this meet (53.76). ST. GEORGE, Utah-Saturday, various Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network schools and athletes completed competition at the Dixie Invitational at Dixie High School. Ogden also placed second in the boys’ 100-meter dash (11.58 seconds). Tags: sports Porter Albrecht of Beaver won the boys’ long jump title (20-01 feet). North Sevier’s girls finished fifth in the medley (5:03.33). This team featured Jacey McKinlay, Skylar Spainhower, Macady Goble and Avery Smith. Beaver’s boys posted 162 points, while Milford placed second with 147 points. Bryce Valley finished fourth with 68 points and Escalante finished seventh with 8 points. Finally, the Bryce Valley girls won the 4 x 400 relay (4:42.65) as the Mustangs were reprsented by Amanda Chynoweth, Morgan Platt, Kristen Stewart and Kezli Floyd. Carbon’s girls won the team title with 137 points while North Sevier placed ninth with 33.5 points. Written by PRICE, Utah-Saturday, North Sevier represented the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network at the Carbon Invitational. Kristopher Nez of Bryce Valley won the boys’ 1600-meter crown (5:05.41). The Milford boys took the 4 x 100 relay title (48.13). The Tigers in this event included Dylan Ferguson, Gaige Hardy, Paxton Henrie and Russell Walker. Carbon Invitational The Beaver boys won the 4 x 400 relay (3:51.48) as Hunter Carter, Kaleb Barney, Spencer Williams and Turner Williams represented the Beavers in this event. The North Sevier boys placed fourth in the 4 x 400 relay (4:00.54) while the Wolves in this event were Riley Ogden, Tate Goble, Jagen Blackburn and Caleb Madsen. The Milford boys won the medley relay crown (4:10.80). Sprinters on this team included Russell Walker, Blake Barnes, Calvin Holm and Michael Roxburgh. The girls’ 3200-meter run saw Avery Smith place fifth for the Wolves (14:04.05). Finally, Millard’s Eliza Swallow placed fifth in the girls’ shot put (28 feet 6 inches). Whitaker also placed 6th in the 300-meter hurdles (43.79 seconds). The Millard girls placed sixth in the 4 x 100 relay (54.12 seconds). This team consists of Katy Kelly, Jazmine Smith, Audrey Camp and Rylee Miller. The North Sevier boys finished third in the medley (4:08.62) while Riley Ogden, Gabe Wilcox, Caleb Madsen and Kelby Bosh represented the Wolves in this event. Milford’s Jacelin Hardy won the girls’ javelin title (87-11) and Beaver’s Kaydee Marshall won the girls’ shot put crown (32-04). The North Sevier girls placed sixth in the 4 x 400 relay (5:17.68). Hailey Christensen, Caleigh Nelson, Trishna Nielson and Jayden Nielson represented the Wolves in this event. The Millard boys placed fifth in the 4 x 100 relay (46.76 seconds). The Eagles on this squad were Alex Wall, Sam Marshal, Nathan Despain and John Whitaker.