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.
Alex Harbertson, the second Corner Canyon athlete on the MileSplit50 chart, looks ready to crack the top 10 at State.
Samantha Nelson is about to begin her first ever season of XC.
Boyce was a soccer player before he got into running and after being cut from his high school and club team, he decided to give running a try.
Reagan Gardner, another of the star studded class of 2021 was a key runner in Lone Peak's success last season.
Mark Boyle has established himself as an elite runner after his first year of High School running.
Harley Taylor is one of the 3 senior stars on the Cedar high distance team.
When Spring rolled around Robertson splashed onto the track season dropping his 3200m to 9:32.55 which is 28 seconds faster then last season!
Bailey Brinkerhoff will be one of the top girls in the class of 2019.
Q&A With coach Bruno Hunziker plus summer workout video.
Andrew Crowther spent all of his Junior year in the most competitive region Utah had to offer.
Alli Baker was apart of the star studded class of 2021 that blew up on the distance side of things this past season.
Sadie Sargent, Utah Girls Gatorade Runner of the Year, 10 Time State Champion 2A State Record Holder in the 800m (2:10.78), 1600m (4:50.04) and 3200m 10:32.82).
Emma Aldred was one of the top female hurdlers in the State of Utah. She was the State Champion in the 100mH and 300mH and her mark of 14.73 from the State meet is the new 6A State Record!
Dallin Draper was the top Sprinter out of Utah. After his killer time of 6.79 in the 60m at BYU, Dallin became the talk of the nation.
Alissa Fielding was one of 3 Utah Girls to qualify for a National XC race this season. She placed 9th in the West Region which qualified her to run against the best in the country.
Garrett Faragher is a guy that has overcome many obstacles to be at where he is now. He started out just like any other kid doing XC and Track, but he put in the work and managed to rise in the ranks to becoming one of the best distance runners in the state.
Madison Moffitt had a stellar senior year on top of an already impressive high school career. In XC she ran solid times of 17:56.40 for 3 miles and 18:12.70 for a 5K
Haley Tanne is the defending Great Southwest Champion in the steeple chase and she is one of the best 2k Steeple Chase runners in the country