Thursday, June 16, 2016

DXC Summer Update #2

Darts - 
I am sending my weekend update early because I will be in Seattle this weekend watching Logan race the 800m at the Brooks PR meet. We have another great cross country week going. I was very impressed with your efforts on the Vita Course. We had a record number of boys under 47:00 (7 in one run), and 13 total boys joined the sub 50 club this for this year. We also had a near record number of boys finish the entire run. The girls looked tough as well with 9 girls making it into the sub 63 club. And we had another great TEAM run this morning - I hope you had fun with "Coach Catch" (I can't believe how many times I got caught) and I am really hoping that no one went through any poison ivy or poison oak (but if you did, please report it to me). 

As I am sure you are learning, running can be challenging at times. It is not a sport for the weak minded. I really feel that we live in a very entitled society. Many people want things to come easy and expect rewards that they didn't earn. Don't let yourself be a typical teenager (don't be spoiled). Don't look for the easy way out. Don't complain and don't make excuses. Instead, make this something you work really hard for and something you can be proud of at the end of the season. If you are going to do Davis XC, you might as well put your whole heart into it. Give it the best you have and become the best runner you can be. I promise that it is more fun that way.

Cross Country Kick-off Activity - Thursday, June 23 at 6:30am - We are going to meet at the school and drive to Mueller Park in Bountiful. We will do a trail run at Mueller Park (and bikers will hate us). After the run we will have breakfast, and then we will have 60-90 minutes of instruction time with the coaches. And then we will head back to the school. 
Then we are having a TEAM day at Cherry Hill (1pm-9pm). You don't have to join the group at Cherry Hill, but I would encourage you to because it will help you get to know your new teammates better and hopefully it will be a lot of fun. You will have to pay for your own park entry fee. We are working out a deal with Cherry Hill for the "King of the Hill" passes. I will let you know how much they will cost next week. It will be somewhere around $20. That will include all activities at Cherry Hill.
We will also need everyone to pay $10 that morning to help cover the Mueller Park rental, breakfast, and dinner (ordering pizza at Cherry Hill). If you are just coming in the morning for the run and breakfast, you can just give $5. (Checks made out to 'Davis County Running Club'). 
We will need some parents to help drive to and from Mueller Park and to help with breakfast. If any parents have an open morning and would like to help, please let me know (you are welcome to run with us too).
I have attached a flier with the information. Let me know if you have other questions.

Brooks PR - Logan's race will be streamed live at - Logan races at about 3:45 Utah Time.

Eagle Projects - 
Karson Hugie - Meet at the Nichols Park Pavilion this Saturday (June 18) at 7:00am - to help with a Nichols Hollow clean up - great for our TEAM because we use the hollow so much. Bring work gloves and wear pants.
Connor Finlinson - 5k at Nichols Park - Next week Saturday (June 25). The flier is attached to this email. If you don't want to race a 5k yet, but still want to help out, you can drop off canned food to help Connor's cause.

Next Week's Schedule:
Monday - Meet at the Vita Course at 6:30am - The theme is NEON or BRIGHT COLORS.
Tuesday - Meet at the school at 7:00am - we are driving to the Lagoon Trails for our run. We will need some drivers to help if any parents are available.
Wednesday - Run on your own or in small groups
Thursday - Cross Country Kick-off Activity - Meet at the school at 6:30am.
Friday - Run on your own or in small groups
Saturday - Connor's Eagle Project 5k (plus a long cool down) - or run on your own or in groups.

Show up to tomorrow's girls and boys runs if you can - Girls are meeting at Barnes Park in West Kaysville at 7:00am and the boys are meeting at Ponds Park at 7:00am.

Don't forget to email your mileage for the week on Saturday or Sunday.
Happy Running!
Coach Talley

Twitter & Instagram - @davistrackandxc

Sunday, June 12, 2016

DXC Summer Update #1

Darts -
This turned into one of my notoriously long summer emails. Grab a water bottle and read the entire email (even if you are a 4th year senior). I promise next week will be a short one...

I hope that most of you enjoyed your first week of training. I would like ALL of you (especially new runners) to think about the potential runner you are. As coaches, when we look at each of you, we try to see the runner you could be more than the runner you currently are. If the first week wasn't hard, it will get hard at some point. It is going to take some mental toughness and some grit to stick with it through the summer. I love running because at some point it challenges each individual to dig deep and see what you are really made of. I think a lot of times you realize that you have more toughness and character than you thought you did. Fight the self-doubt, face the fears, and keep working to be the best you can be.

Healthy Running
A very important part of summer training is staying healthy. We are putting a lot of strain on our bodies, and it takes work and time to keep them running well. In this week's email I would like to focus on 8 important factors that will keep your body strong and healthy through our summer mileage:

1. Nutrition - make sure that you are eating good foods - a lot of carbohydrates, protein, fruits, iron rich foods (red meat), and vegetables. Drink your milk or take a supplement for the calcium. It is good to have some fats and sugars as well, but they should not be the main part of your diet. For a lot of you this means eating enough calories (at least 2500-3000 per day). If you are running a lot of miles, you have to have enough calories to fuel yourself. If you are not getting enough calories, that is the number one risk factor for injury and fatigue (especially in girls). Eating is also essential for recovery - do your best to eat something with protein and carbohydrates after you run (within 30 minutes when possible). Chocolate milk is a good recovery drink - or I like to make an egg sandwich and drink a bunch of gatorade. 

2. Hydration - you should be drinking a lot all summer long - water (80+ ounces), gatorade, juice. With hydration, it is important to get electrolytes in addition to straight water.

3. Proper Shoes - If you are starting to have knee pain or shin splints, it is most likely that you are running too many miles or even more likely that you are in the wrong shoes. I recommend Wasatch Running Center in Centerville for beginners because they are going to do their best to put you in the shoes that are right for the way your foot strikes the ground. Although the shoes are slightly more expensive - they will last longer before they break down. (Make sure you mention that you run for Davis for a discount). Once you know what kind of shoes you should be in, you might be able to find good deals online. Good running shoes are your best investment as a runner.

4. Sleep - Eight hours is recommended for a normal person; I have found that most runners need more like 8-10 hours - especially when you are hitting 40+ miles in a week. I know that it is a challenge in the summer to stay disciplined with your sleep - but it will pay off in the way you feel, the quickness of your recovery, and in how strong you are running. 

5. Stretching - before and after you run (especially after). We will be creating a more regimented stretching routine this year. Flexibility can increase your speed and definitely helps to reduce injury. I recommend 10-15 minutes of solid stretching after running. 

6. Strength & Core Work - It is very important to strengthen your muscles. Your core is possibly the most important area (that is why we spend so much time doing ab work). It is also recommended that you try to get in the weight room 2 times per week. The main lifting that I would like to see: legs - squats, lunges, calf raises, wall sits; arms - bench press, pullups, dumbell work, push ups. 

7. Listen to your Body - if something is nagging you, take the time to ice that area, stretch, and maybe visit the physical therapist (I recommend Wasatch Peak in Farmington, Mountainland in West Kaysville, or Mike Smith at Fit Quest in Kaysville). Sometimes you might need to back off, take a few days off, or cross train (bike/swim/elliptical). I will still give you some mileage credit for cross training. Recommended cross training for running would be biking (3-4 miles biking = 1 mile running), elliptical (12-15 minutes on the elliptical = 1 mile running), and swimming (1 mile swimming = 3-4 miles running).

8. Consistent, Smart Building - Remember that all of you are starting and progressing at different places - stay patient with yourself as you build. Our new runners may be starting around 15-20 miles per week (I hope we can build to 35-40), and our experienced runners are all different as well and might not handle mileage the same way. I said at the start of the summer that it is good to increase your mileage by somewhere between 3-7 miles per week. It is also important to increase in cycles. If you have had 3-4 straight weeks of increase, then try a "recovery" week that is a little lower before you begin to increase again. A lot of times this might happen on a girls camp, youth conference, family vacation, or EFY week. A good progression for a new runner who is trying to build up to 40 miles per week would be: 22, 25, 28, 32, 26, 32, 36, 40, 34, 40, 42, 44 (finishing the summer with 403 miles). Remember that everyone is different, and this may be too high or too low for you. If you started around 35 miles - an increase might be: 35, 38, 42, 44, 38, 43, 47, 50, 45, 50, 52, 55 (giving you 539 miles). Some of our top boys are shooting for even higher and have started around 50 miles. Although most of them will end around 70 miles as a high week for the summer. A good increase for them would be: 50, 54, 58, 60, 52, 60, 65, 68, 64, 68, 70, 70 (giving them a total of 739 miles).
You also need to be consistent. You can't build correctly with running every other week. The kind of summers I don't like to see: 25, 6, 28, 28, 3, 30, 22, 15, 0, 6, 35, etc (you are just asking for injury). Occasionally you will have a low week because of a family vacation or another commitment, that is fine - just do what you can and be careful with your increase when you come back the next week (don't try to run double because you missed). 

Training Logs: I have started to read your emails, and you are doing a very good job. I would encourage each of you to keep a training log all year long (not just in the summer). You will only email me through the 12 summer weeks, but keeping a training log could be a very beneficial tool for your running. Use a notebook or just create a Word or Excel file on your computer. Make notes about how far you ran, what your time was, how you felt, how hard the effort was, who you ran with, and any other things you find important. For your weekly emails, I am really just looking for a few basics - your daily mileage and any running related questions you might have. You can also share running stories if you want. Here is a sample email:

Monday - 8 miles; ran with the team at vita. Time = 54:30
Tuesday - 6 miles; West Kaysville loop on my own. About 7:15 pace.
Wednesday - 7 miles; Mountain Road with Josh and Nate.
Thursday - 6 miles; Coach Catch plus a long cool down
Friday - 6 miles; boys run from Ponds Park.
Saturday - 8 miles; ran in Provo (staying with my Grandma); Time = 55:15
Week Total = 41 miles (Summer Total = 78 miles)

High Altitude Camp - August 1-5 at Marsh Lake in the Uintahs. This will be by invitation. We are going to try to take 80 team members based on mileage from the first 4-5 weeks and what kind of running you are ready to handle. A lot of this will be determined by attendance at summer practices. It is a pretty intense week of running. The cost will be $135. I will be sending out more information in a few weeks.

Other News:
Congrats to former Dart and current BYU Cougar, Shea Martinez on her 3rd place finish in the 800m at the NCAA Championships yesterday. Her time of 2:02.83 is a PR and qualifies her for the Olympic Trials (in 2 weeks).
Best of luck to Logan MacKay on his final race as a Dart. Logan is running in the Brooks PR meet in Seattle this next Saturday. He will race against many of the best 800m runners in the country. If there is a live feed, we will Tweet the link and post it on the Davis Cross Country Facebook page.

This Week:
Monday - Vita Course at 6:30am. The theme is "Cats or Animals of any kind". I am not sure how you can capture that theme the best, but nevertheless, it is the theme for the week.
Tuesday/Wednesday - On Your Own (or in groups)
Thursday - Meet at the school at 7:00am. We will be playing "Coach Catch" at Nichols Park and Hollow.
Friday - Girls Run at 7:00am at Barnes Park in West Kaysville (by the volleyball pavilion); Boys run at 7:00am at Ponds Park. 
Saturday - Long run on your own (or in groups)
*If you didn't make it to any of  our runs in week 1, don't be afraid to come this week :)

Nice job on week 1. Best of luck with week 2. Keep your motivation and focus. 
Happy Running!
Coach Talley

If your parents want the emails - send me their email address
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram - @davistrackandxc    
Facebook Group - Davis High Cross Country Team
Boys Facebook Group - Davis High XC Boys

Friday, November 27, 2015

DXC Update - Nike Southwest Regionals

Darts -
It has taken me a while to get to this final update of the cross country season. I have sat down a few times with the intention of composing this email, but I haven't quite been able to put the right words together. The trip to Arizona for the Nike Regionals did not go as we had hoped, but there were still plenty of great things that happened and quite a few very solid performances to be excited about:
59 of our athletes raced at NXR, and 38 earned new 5k PRs (including 3 mile conversions to 5ks) - 16 girls and 22 boys ran their fastest races of this season or last season. We had 18 girls break 21:00 (last year we had 16) and 14 of those girls are coming back next year. We had 23 boys dip under 17:00 (last year was 13 boys) and 16 of those boys are coming back next year. Our boys JV team finished 1st and 4th in the open race against 63 teams - many of those teams were varsity teams. Our girls JV team would have finished 4th (with our top 5 runners) - ahead of numerous strong varsity teams. Our girls varsity team finished 3rd - only 2 points out of 2nd place, which would have earned them an automatic NXN qualification - and we will find out tomorrow if it is good enough to get an at-large bid into the Nationals. I was so proud of our girls - the way they raced and especially the way they gracefully handled the emotional roller-coaster with the results. Our boys had a disappointing 7th place finish - but it was in arguably the deepest Nike Regionals team competitions in history. We were led in each race by some very strong individual performances - Courtney Wayment finished 5th in the Championship girls race and will compete at NXN as an individual if the TEAM does not get the at-large; Camren Todd finished 14th in the boys championship race - earning 2nd team all-region (#5 underclassman in the race as well); Alicia Halverson had a major break-through race with a 7th place finish in the open girls race and a very fast 18:48; and Devin Jaster and Brigham Halverson both killed it in the boys open race with top 20 finishes (12th and 19th) - both running under 16:20. The full results can be found at and the Davis results can be found at the bottom of the email. 
Overall, it was a great trip, and I would like to thank all of the athletes for making it a fun trip and a fun season. I would also like to thank our coaches and parents who helped to make the trip happen. We have had so many great experiences this season, and it would not have happened without amazing parents and a group of athletes who have been willing to give so much for their TEAM. 

We talk quite often about the importance of bouncing back from difficult races or workouts. It really is a HUGE part of becoming successful in running (and in life). I know this was a hard one for the boys--one they will not easily put behind them. We have an incredible group of guys who have worked so hard over the past year to be in a position to be one of the best teams in the country. At the region and state championships, we showed that we are one of the greatest Davis and Utah teams EVER. Most of all, they have put so much heart into their running and into this TEAM. It is hard to go forward knowing that we won't get to prove ourselves on the NXN stage, but I know these boys are proven champions in the way they race and in the way they act. I know they will prove themselves in the way they comeback from this difficult race. And I hope that each of them will remember this season for the great victories we accomplished and for the strong friendships that were formed.
All of you will continue to have opportunities to prove yourselves through both victories and defeats. I encourage you to look forward to the track season with a resolve to work hard and be your best. I challenge our seniors who are moving on to continue to prove yourselves as runners and college students and other roles that you will fill in the near future. And I hope that all of you who are coming back to run cross country next year will take the things you have learned this year, and motivate yourselves to be the best teammates and runners that you can be. It starts now (well, after a little break to regroup and get our energy and drive back). 

What's Next? I hope that each of you are enjoying a well-deserved break. It is good for you both physically and mentally to have a break from our running routine. Running over the next week is optional and on your own. If you feel that you need another week off - take another week. If you feel that you would like to do some running and cross training, that would be fine - but don't overdo it - just get in some distance runs. We will meet on Tuesday, December 8th at 2:30pm in the cafeteria for the Indoor Track Meeting. We will begin our TEAM training that Tuesday. The focus will be to put together a few solid months of base training to help us for the indoor and outdoor seasons. Winter running can be tough, but it is a great time to build strength and confidence. Please let me know if you have any questions about your training. I know a few of you are coming back from some injuries, and now is the time to make sure you are fully healed before we move forward.

Thanks for a phenomenal season. I am humbled by the opportunity to work with each of you and very grateful for all of your hard work and sacrifices for the TEAM. Keep up the good work - bring a ton of passion, energy, and excitement to the upcoming track season! 
Coach Talley

NXR Results (11/21 - Casa Grande, AZ)
Open Girls Race (Large Schools)
7. Alicia Halverson 18:48 - PR
30. Madeline English 19:24 - PR
56. Sarah Waddoups 19:47 - PR
83. Hannah Naylor 20:06 - PR
96. Haylee Downey 20:17 - PR
108. Sydney Zaugg 20:26 - PR
119. Sydnee Rayl 20:32 
139. Maddie Johnson 20:45 - PR
149. Sarah Ferrell 20:49 - PR
163. Malaree Wood 20:57 - PR
172. Rachel Clouse 21:01 - PR
190. Rosie Schraedel 21:14 
255. Taylor Davis 22:12 - PR
267. Krystal Wood 22:26 - PR
269. Anne Hawkins 22:28 
293. Amber Berry 22:59
342. Erin Berry 24:17
*411 Total Runners
Team Scores 
1. Runners Roost (CO) 47 - Varsity
2. Vista Nation (CO) 136 
3. Fossil Ridge (CO) 147 - Varsity
4. Lehi (UT) 210 - Varsity
5. Ogden (UT) 225 - Varsity
6. Davis B 238 (Would have scored 198 with top 5 runners)
16. Davis C 431
33. Davis D 866
*45 Total Teams

Girls Championship Race
5. Courtney Wayment 17:32 - PR
31. Aubrey Argyle 18:31
55. Jenna Connell 18:52 - PR
61. Sam Hedquist 18:59 
62. Grace Neuenschwander 19:00 - PR
103. Miah Weaver 19:28
110. Ally Geisler 19:30
112. Abi Waddoups 19:31 - PR
*222 Total Runners
Team Scores
1. American Fork 59
2. Xavier (AZ) 119
3. Davis 121
4. Air Academy (CO) 150
5. Broomfield (CO) 161
6. Desert Vista (AZ) 165
7. Timpanogos 241
8. Chandler (AZ) 278
9. Vista Nation (CO) 288
10. Vail Valley (CO) 302

Open Boys Race (Large Schools)
12. Devin Jaster 16:07 - PR
19. Brigham Halverson 16:13 - PR
26. Britton Porter 16:22 - PR
29. Jacob Vaughan 16:24 - PR
30. Adam Hedquist 16:24 - PR
34. Nate Wilde 16:27 - PR
38. Danny Tumblin 16:28 - PR
41. McKay Treadwell 16:31 - PR
48. Josh Christiansen 16:35 - PR
57. Daniel Harris 16:40 - PR
63. Zach Moncur 16:43
70. Porter Van Drimmelen 16:46 - PR
71. Bryce Ferguson 16:46
79. Lance Ford 16:50 - PR
85. Seth Stromberg 16:51
87. Nate Hales 16:52 - PR (1:58 faster than 2014)
120. Connor Jones 17:05 - PR
121. Branson Petty 17:06 - PR
125. Nate Iverson 17:07 - PR
128. Kelton Johnson 17:08 - PR
152. Josh Wilkinson 17:17 - PR
254. Dallin Kitchen 17:48
257. Kaleb Stinger 17:50 - PR
273. Dallin Larsen 17:56
275. Brandon Christensen 17:56
301. Jason Lang 18:03
437. Isaak Hugh 19:26 - PR
*551 Total Runners
Team Scores
1. Davis B - 104
2. Vista Nation B - 126
3. RCXC - 161
4. Davis C - 175
5. Monarch - 220
13. Davis D - 431
38. Davis E - 952
*63 Total Teams

Championship Boys Race
14. Camren Todd 15:15 - PR
44. Colter Blanchard 15:42 - PR
65. Colton Rimann 15:51 
70. Matt Ward 15:53
81. Frasier Williamson 16:02
109. Josh Peters 16:13
188. Logan MacKay 16:58
*236 Total Runners
Team Scores
1. Vista Nation (CO) 108
2. Timpanogos 109
3. Lone Peak 109
4. American Fork 121
5. Ogden 174
6. Desert Hills 175
7. Davis 182
8. Lehi 205
9. Fort Collins 248
10. Olympus 267

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Pre-Nike 3 Mile Results

Pre-Nike Race
November 11, 2015 @ Layton Commons Park   Weather- 39 degrees, clear    Course- 3.0 miles.
Region One/Two Course Records – 16:58 Courtney Wayment, Davis 2015; 14:52 Dallin Leatham, Viewmont 2015
Pre-Nike Records: 17:14 Lucy Biles, Herriman 2012; 14:58 Jordon Cross, Ogden 2012

Boys Results
1.             15:06       Dallin Leatham                      Viewmont
2.             15:13       Camren Todd                         Davis
3.             15:15       Alek Parsons                           Ogden
4.             15:18       Garrett Barton                        Ogden
5.             15:20       Travis Feeny                           Ogden
6.             15:21       Logan MacKay                     Davis
7.             15:25       Josh Leatham                        Viewmont
8.             15:26       Colter Blanchard                   Davis
9.             15:27       Colton Rimann                      Davis
10.          15:33       Denver Perry                           Bonneville
11.          15:37       Frasier Williamson                 Davis
12.          15:40       Matt Ward                              Davis
13.          15:44       Josh Peters                              Davis
14.          15:51       Jacob Malone                        Box Elder
15.          15:52       Bryant Edgerton                    Syracuse
16.          15:53       Devin Jaster                            Davis
17.          15:56       Andrew Rasmussen              Viewmont
18.          15:56       Brigham Halverson               Davis
19.          15:57       Kyle Rummens                      Woods Cross
20.          16:02       Adam Wood                           Herriman
21.          16:07       Seth Stromberg                      Davis
22.          16:11       Britton Porter                          Davis
23.          16:12       Adam Hedquist                     Davis
24.          16:14       Christian Warren                   Ogden
25.          16:15       Zach Moncur                         Davis
26.          16:15       Joe Gonzalez                          Bonneville
27.          16:15       McKay Treadwell                  Davis
28.          16:16       Ben Keller                               Ogden
29.          16:17       Nate Wilde                              Davis
30.          16:19       Jacob Vaughan                      Davis
31.          16:19       Peter White                             Herriman
32.          16:21       Porter Van Drimmelen          Davis
33.          16:22       Bryce Ferguson                      Davis
34.          16:24       Daniel Tumblin                      Davis
35.          16:29       Andrew Blackham                Ogden
36.          16:31       Jacob Hall                               Bonneville
37.          16:32       Tyler Coy                                Bonneville
38.          16:34       Jason Lang                             Davis
39.          16:36       Teron Tucker                          Woods Cross
40.          16:37       Josh Christiansen                   Davis
41.          16:38       Nate Hales                              Davis
42.          16:39       Connor Jones                         Davis
43.          16:40       Caleb Brown                          Herriman
44.          16:41       Daniel Harris                          Davis
45.          16:42       Josh Wilkinson                       Davis
46.          16:48       Dallin Peterson                       Bonneville
47.          16:48       Nathan Bracken                    Herriman
48.          16:51       Tyger Woods                          Bonneville
49.          16:53       Corbin Romney                     Herriman
50.          16:53       Lance Ford                             Davis
51.          16:56       Dallin Larsen                          Davis
52.          16:58       Brandon Barclay                   Bonneville
53.          16:59       Brandon Juedeman              Ogden
54.          17:00       Janson Perry                           Bonneville
55.          17:01       Levi Timothy                         Herriman
56.          17:02       Hunter Ramsey                     Herriman
57.          17:03       Jorge Vasquez                        Bonneville
58.          17:04       Tanner Webb                         Herriman
59.          17:05       Taylor Burgess                       Herriman
60.          17:06       Joe Barney                              Herriman
61.          17:07       Nate Iverson                           Davis
62.          17:11       Dallin Schut                            Herriman
63.          17:11       Jackson Webber                    Herriman
64.          17:11       Carson Knight                        Davis
65.          17:11       Alejandro Torres                    Ogden
66.          17:12       Jared Hogan                           Davis
67.          17:21       Brandon Christiansen           Davis
68.          17:23       Alex Freer                                Bonneville
69.          17:24       Branson Petty                        Davis
70.          17:26       Ethan Anderson                     Ogden
71.          17:26       Jared Christiansen                 Bonneville
72.          17:27       Cole Weaver                           Davis
73.          17:28       Tyson Datwyler                     Davis
74.          17:42       Zach Jenkins                          Davis
75.          17:45       Kelton Johnson                      Davis
76.          17:47       Jace Callor                              Davis
77.          17:47       Matt Thornblad                     Viewmont
78.          17:49       Kaleb Stinger                          Davis
79.          17:50       Kalvin Stinger                         Davis
80.          17:50       Carson Jones                          Woods Cross
81.          17:54       Dallin Kitchen                        Davis
82.          17:55       Zack Burrell                            Syracuse
83.          17:56       Ayden Womack                    Bonneville
84.          17:57       Caden Wheeler                      Davis
85.          17:58       Jake Miller                              Davis
86.          18:03       DJ Mumbower                       Bonneville
87.          18:05       Hite Stromberg                       Ogden
88.          18:09       Josh Mott                                Bonneville
89.          18:16       Jackson Blank                       Herriman
90.          18:20       Austyn Poulsen                      Herriman
91.          18:21       Zach Scott                              Bonneville
92.          18:24       Aaron Aposhian                    Davis
93.          18:27       Nate Delaney                         Herriman
94.          18:29       Andrew Karren                       Ogden
95.          18:30       Sam Francis                            Davis
96.          18:30       Chris Brown                            Ogden
97.          18:31       Nick --                                      Herriman
98.          18:31       Ryan Rummens                    Woods Cross
99.          18:32       Elijah Williamson                  Davis
100.      18:33       Nick Meyer                             Syracuse
101.      18:34       Tanner Bilton                         Davis
102.      18:35       Shaw --                                    Herriman
103.      18:40       Carson Cox                            Davis
104.      18:44       Matt Hansen                          Bonneville
105.      18:47       Jaiden Marriot                        Bonneville
106.      18:48       Targee Thominson                Bonneville
107.      18:49       Alexander Gonzalez             Bonneville
108.      19:03       Noah Stuart                            Davis
109.      19:08       Colby Robb                            Syracuse
110.      19:27       Justin Butler                            Davis
111.      19:28       Isaak Hugh                             Davis
112.      19:29       Mitchell Clove                        Davis
113.      19:38       Travis Sodja                           Davis
114.      19:39       Tom Waite                              Davis
115.      19:44       Trevor Burrell                         Syracuse
116.      19:44       Landen Burrell                       Syracuse               
117.      19:49       Jacob Halverson                    Davis
118.      19:51       Landon Wheeler                    Davis
119.      19:55       David Michelson                   Davis
120.      20:02       Ethan Nunes                           Davis
121.      20:03       Alex Michaelis                       Davis
122.      20:19       Juan Mendoza                       Ogden
123.      20:21       Hyrum Palmer                       Davis
124.      20:38       Hunter Stanger                       Syracuse
125.      20:44       Karson Hugie                         Davis
126.      20:47       Bryan Fugal                            Herriman
127.      20:50       Carver Wilcox                        Syracuse
128.      20:52       Todd Goodwin                       Bonneville
129.      21:00       Andrew Rowley                     Bonneville
130.      21:05       Nyle Ferguson                        Davis
131.      22:39       Luke Wilde                             Davis     

Girls Results
1.         17:17       Courtney Wayment              Davis
2.         18:08       Ally Geisler                              Davis
3.         18:10       Sam Hedquist                        Davis
4.         18:18       Abi Waddoups                       Davis
5.         18:21       Jenna Connell                        Davis
6.         18:22       Alicia Halverson                    Davis
7.         18:25       Grace Neuenschwander       Davis     
8.         18:50       Jessica Peterson                     Bonneville
9.         18:58       Julia Perry                               Bonneville
10.      19:08       Madeline English                   Davis
11.      19:10       April Callister                          Ogden
12.      19:32       Miah Weaver                         Davis
13.      19:35       Michelle Stanley                    Herriman
14.      19:41       Micaela Rivera                      Herriman
15.      19:43       Rosie Schraedel                     Davis
16.      19:56       Haylee Downey                     Davis
17.      19:57       Hannah Davies                      Bonneville
18.      19:59       Sydney Garner                       Bonneville
19.      20:00       Kennady Bekmezian            ??
20.      20:02       Georgia Dickson                    Ogden
21.      20:08       Holland Lythgoe                   Ogden
22.      20:11       Maddie Johnson                    Davis
23.      20:17       Megan Allart                          --
24.      20:17       Sarah Waddoups                   Davis
25.      20:23       Mikayla Hargrove                 Bonneville
26.      20:26       Sydney Zaugg                        Davis
27.      20:28       Danielle Godfrey                   Ogden
28.      20:28       Jennica Robinson                  Davis
29.      20:29       Addy Rich                               Davis
30.      20:30       Sarah Ferrell                           Davis
31.      20:33       Sydnee Rayl                           Davis
32.      20:36       Hannah Naylor                      Davis
33.      20:36       Amanda Hatch                      Ogden
34.      20:37       Sarah Williams                       Davis
35.      20:38       Malaree Wood                       Davis
36.      20:43       Abby Trudeau                        Ogden
37.      20:44       Brooke Larson                       Ogden
38.      20:56       Rachel Clouse                        Davis
39.      20:59       Valency Christensen             Bonneville
40.      21:22       Kate Hughes                           Ogden
41.      21:26       Elena Stanley                         Herriman
42.      21:36       Holly Johnson                        Bonneville
43.      21:57       Brooklyn Dickson                 Ogden
44.      21:58       Abbey Blair                            Ogden
45.      22:11       Kate Stuart                             Davis
46.      22:11       Louisa Twitchell                    Davis
47.      22:19       Natalie Olsen                          Davis
48.      22:42       Chasity Munoz                      Bonneville
49.      22:42       Krystal Wood                         Davis
50.      23:17       Autumn Jenkins                     Davis
51.      23:25       Anne Hawkins                       Davis
52.      23:59       Brittney Child                         Bonneville
53.      24:00       Melanie Sullivan                    Davis
54.      24:25       Julia Schraedel                       Davis
55.      24:26       Jaysi Porter                             Davis
56.      24:50       Cameron Bunch                    Davis
57.      24:57       Emma Jaggi                            Bonneville
58.      25:04       Bailee Gipson                         Bonneville
59.      26:45       Bailey Hatch                          Ogden
60.      26:47       Sam Tidwell                            Woods Cross
61.      28:14       Zenya Flitton                          Davis
62.      29:36       Alora Cuevas                         Bonneville