2015 UHSTCA Indoor Meet

February 1, 2015



Utah Indoor State Championships where this weekend. This was a great meet to get a glimps of the whole state and the competitoin we will be facing this year. It looked like in almost every event we had a few people right there with the best in the state.




Silverwolves, Jump Team were represented well this past weekend at the UHSTCA Invitational a the Olympic Ice Oval


Boys High Jump

-  4th - Jake Parker with a PR of 6' 0"

-  8th - Braden Morrill with a jump of 5' 8"

-  9th - Colby Stone with a jump of 5' 6"

- 12th - New Comer Dalton McClees


 Boys Long Jump  - The Team placed four jumpers in the top 26 positions with 

- 11th - Jake Parker with a PR of 19' 2.75"

- Parker Jacobsen 19th

- McKay Christensen  23rd

- Mitchell Wood 26th


Congrats to all that participated in the event


Coach Chelak





"The second meet of the indoor season for the throwers saw another podium spot and five more PR's set in the UHSTCA state meet.  Mitchell Burnett throw 43'3"  to set a new personal best mark and take 8th in the boys section.  Andy Allen and Caleb Rogers also attained huge PR's on the way to placing in the top 25.  On the girls side, Stella Faasisila recorded a seasonal best mark of 30'8", and Hannah Brimhall and Vania Lonia recorded PR's. 'We are making good strides with the shot put this indoor season, and I am very proud of the way the athletes are working.  I think we could be ready to throw our best at the Simplot Games'."




The sprinters had a solid performance this weekend.  McKay Christensen got things started on Friday night with an outstanding performance in the 400M with a 9th place finish overall. On Saturday, Andrew Glenn ran well in the 60M and the 200M.  


On the Women's side Kate Saunders and Rylee Wood had a strong performances in both the 60M and the 200M.   




























The distance team ran really well this week. They have worked really hard for the last 8 week and it showed. There where a whole slew of PB and we are still in indoor. Most of the distance runners where required to run conservitivly and work on race tactics. The goal was to practice team synergy and negitive splitting.  Even though times where good most of them had more to give. 


Boys 3200 - 

Duncan Forrest : was first through on the boys side splitting a 5:21 first mile and closing in a 5:12.  Ducans previous PR was 11:15 which he did at the end of outdoor last year. That is a 45 second PR already. 

Justin Roylance: Justin is only a sophmore but he is showing that he can run with anyone. Justin 1600 PR last year was 5:15. Justin set his new PR in the 1600 in the last mile of his 3200 running a 5:14. 

Kaige Korth: Kaige in his first ever 3200 showed just how good he is finishing very close to Duncan 

Lawson Lighten - For his first race ever also showed his potenial running a great time(11:35)

All around i was very proud of our teams performances. Congrats on the PR's. Great job and following the game plan and running as a team and negitive splitting. 



















Girls 3200


Samantha Jacobson : Sam led the way for the girls taking 9th place overall and becoming our 3rd fastest distance runner in school history. (She is only a freshman) She ran with and placed right behind some of the states best runners. 





Katie, Kayzia, Rachel - The girls did very well at grouping together and running as a team. Katie, Rachel and Kayzia represented really well and all ran a PR or right at the PR.  If i had pages and time i could write a whole bunch about most of the girsl but But i dont so i just wnat to say how proud i am of the girls team for running hard and being focused to race. GREAT JOB GIRLS









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