Prep track: 4 Morgan athletes and 1 relay team win state titles; 3A/2A results

Saturday , May 19, 2018 - 6:56 PM

The state high school track and field championships concluded Saturday at BYU’s Clarence Robison Track in Provo with the conclusion of events for 3A, 2A and 1A classifications.

Morgan athletes Marcie Stapley, Dillon Petty, Bremmer Bennett and Logan Duran took home individual titles in field events, plus the school’s boys 4x100 relay team took first.

St. Joseph’s Virginia Tomon won the 2A girls discus title.

Here’s a look at top performers from Northern Utah schools.


Girls 100-meter hurdles: Abbie Cox, Morgan (2nd).

Boys 4x100 relay: Morgan, 1st, 43.36 (Jakob Burt, Porter Giles, Chris Payne, Jakob Lenthe).

Girls 4x100 relay: Morgan, 3rd (Annie Rowlan, Niyah Cragun, Capri Jones, Kenadee Stout).

Boys 800 meters: Kaleb Bowles, Morgan (4th).

Girls shot put: Marcie Stapley, Morgan (1st, 40-1).

Boys discus: Dillon Petty, Morgan (1st, 147-3.75).

Boys javelin: Bremmer Bennett, Morgan (1st, 171-11).

Girls long jump: Logan Duran, Morgan (1st, 17-3.75).

Boys shot put: Dillon Petty, Morgan (2nd).

Girls discus: Marcie Stapley, Morgan (3rd).


Morgan boys finished 3rd with 79 points.

Morgan girls finished fourth with 52 points.


Girls discus: Virginia Tomon, St. Joseph (1st, 116-8.75).

Girls shot put: Virginia Tomon, St. Joseph (2nd).

Boys high jump: Malcolm Smauldon, Layton Christian (3rd).

Girls high jump: Madeline Holl, St. Joseph (4th).

Boys long jump: Gabe Schoenman, Layton Christian (2nd).

Girls 4x100 relay: St. Joseph, 4th (Katy Hurst, Anne Davis, Abigail Belko, Madeline Holl).

Boys 4x100 relay: Layton Christian, 3rd (Ulric Sutton, Dustin Moffo, Gabe Schoenman, Kolby Olsen).

Girls 100-meter hurdles: Madeline Holl, St. Joseph (3rd).

Girls 300-meter hurdles: Madeline Holl, St. Joseph (3rd).


St. Joseph girls finished sixth with 45 points.

Layton Christian girls finished 14th with three points.

Layton Christian boys finished eighth with 32 points.

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