Carlee showed she is a future star of this sport. Just last week Hansen made her XC season debut at the Premier Invitational clocking 18:10 at the cottonwood complex.
When Crowther get back, watch out. This is a boys team that has only been around for 3 years and they are already going for their first State Title.
With Abby Jensen leading the way, the Thunder are sure to have that low stick at State seeing how she is the top returner.
Dalton Brems was one of American Fork's low stick last season. He along with Carson Clinger and Luke Grundvig were able to lead the cavemen to another State Title.
She ran under 5 minutes in the 1600m for the first time running 4:59.06. She also ran 10:54.99 in the 3200m. Only 4 girls ran sub 5 for the 1600m and sub 11 for 3200m.
Spanish fork is in a great spot this season to do some great things seeing how they return all of their top 7 from last year.
Biggest question to be answered is who will rule the south?
Armstrong was the runner up in the 4A race to NXN qualifier Ryan Raff in a time of 15:27.30.
Sumsion will be looking for her first state title this upcoming school year and she has shown that there's no one in the State that she can't compete with.
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Timpview had a great season last year where they saw their top individual win NXN and become the Gatorade National runner of the year.
The Skyline Girls won the 5A State Championships last year being led by their footlocker finalist Camille Winterton. This year they return 5 of their top 7 from last season.
Joey Nokes had himself a great season last year both in XC and Track. In XC, he placed 10th overall in the 6A Boys race.
Mimi placed 8th at the Utah State 4A Championships in XC and then Returned to run a new PR of 10:55.96 for 3200m.
Springville had one of the best seasons that this State has ever seen. Being led by an insane top 4, they won just about every race they ran in.
Mountain View had one heck of a season last year winning of placing top 3 in all of their in State meets. They were nationally ranked as high as high as 18th last year.
Clinger had a great junior year where he helped lead the Cavemen to win the 6A State Title and a 5th place finish at NXR-SW.
Karli Branch is the defending State Champion in the 5A Classification. She won the race last year in a 17:51.40
Corner Canyon returns 4 of their top 7 from last years season. Alex Harberson and Mark Boyle both of whom are ranked in the State MileSplit50 subjective rankings.
The Springville Girls are coming off one of their best seasons in a long time. They qualified for State and managed to place 4th in a talented field.
Ben Brockbank is going to be leading a deep Skyridge team alongside fellow teammate Andrew Crowther.
Kalii Caldwell had an amazing Indoor season on the track. She had the fastest 3200m time in the State with a 11:03.22 and she went to New Balance Nationals Indoor.
Timpanogos is coming off another NXN appearance after not making it to the meet the year before.
Cedar had a deadly top 3 last XC season which is where a lot of their success came from. This year they return 6 of their top 7 runners including those top 3.
Boyden placed 42nd in the state meet last year, but after the times he ran on the track. He looks like a lock for a possible top 5 placement.
Ali ran a new PR of 5:00.96 for 1600m and defended her 800m State Title by running a 2:16.23.
Hurricane was the dominant school in the south led by frontrunner Caleb Armstrong.
Davis is a school that knows how to reload better then just about anyone so they should still be a competitive school.
Josh Oblad from Stansbury will be one of the top returners in the 4A Classification.
At state, Eliza placed 6th finishing in a time of 18:22.00, but after that she went to a whole new level by placing 8th at NXR-SW and 13th at FL West.