WATCH: Carson Burian Buries 3200m Field with a 9:05.18

Rowland Hall senior Carson Burian was a one-man wrecking crew in the 3200m at the Alpha Invitational running solo from the gun and cruising to a new state leading mark of 9:05.18.  Burian was maintaining a sub 9 pace for a majority of the race and finished just a few seconds shy of joining a shortlist of Utah athletes who have accomplished the feat.

    Brayden Packard of American Fork led the chase pack and even broke away from the field in the last effort to catch Burian, but the distance proved too great and Packard ended up just 15 seconds behind the meet winner in an official time of 9:20.95.  John Hunter of Provo rounded out the top 3 by finishing in 9:26.30

1Carson Burian12Rowland Hall9:05.183
2Brayden Packard12American Fork9:20.953
3John Hunter12Provo9:26.303
4Samuel Nelson12American Fork9:30.173
5Lucas Peck12American Fork9:33.023
6Bronson Dameron12Timpanogos9:34.173
7Tayson Echohawk10Orem9:34.543
8Liam Heninger10Mountain View9:35.293
9Nate Jaster11American Fork9:36.023
10Tyler Chipman11Mountain View9:37.523