MileSplit Utah Top 15 Pre-Season Girls Individual XC Ranking

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Addi Bruening of Herriman has already been highlighted on just about all of our preseason individual coverage and for good reason.  The senior has a stellar year on the track that separated her from the rest when she won the 1600m and 3200m at state in new PRs of 5:00 and 10:42.  Addi averaged 18:19.59 for 3 miles last season which was the second-fastest returning average behind American Fork's Avalon Mecham.
The 6A classification once again will be loaded with some amazing talent seeing how eleven of the top fifteen girls are in that group.  

    Throughout the 2021 cross country season, we will be maintaining all-classification subjective cross country rankings for the state of Utah. Our initial release this week will be pre-season top 10 rankings for teams and top 15 for individuals in the state of Utah.

These rankings take in numerous factors including performances from the last cross country season as well as improvements made during the track season. 

1.)      Addi Bruening (Herriman)

2.)      Avalon Mecham (American Fork)

3.)      Mari Konold (Mountain View)

4.)      Natalie Swain (Bingham)

5.)      Katie Bybee (Lone Peak)

6.)      Eliza Mason (Lone Peak)

7.)      Kenedy Maudsley (Davis)

8.)      Hailey Low (Layton)

9.)      Avery Moore (American Fork)

10.)    Sarah Galbraith (Springville)

11.)    Abigail Barlow (American Fork)

12.)    Emily Sumsion (Springville)

13.)    Taylor Rohatinsky (Lone Peak)

14.)    Addison Dalton  (Fremont)

15.)    Sarah Ellis (Crimson Cliffs)