Sunday, October 23, 2011

Cross Country Update - State Championships

Darts -
It was an incredible day at the state championships for the Davis cross country team. It capped one of our most remarkable seasons in school history. Winning is nice, but the best part of the state meet was the fact that we had worked hard as a TEAM for so long, and then we showed a lot of toughness, poise, and teamwork.
The girls started us off with a near perfect race. Each of the girls followed our race plan and ran with a lot of heart. We ended up with our best TEAM performance of the year. Shea was extremely tough as she earned her 2nd straight individual state championship. It is the first time a Davis girl has ever won 2 state xc titles. There were a few points in the race where she nearly allowed the girl from Alta to pull away from her, but Shea stayed mentally tough and stayed with her until about 800m to go. At that point, she put in a strong move and pulled away for the win. Shea's time was 17 seconds faster than a year ago. It is also the 2nd fastest time a Davis girl has ever run. Madi also ran a very smart and patient and tough race. Her race plan was to stay with the lead pack for the first 2 miles, then see how many of them she could beat. It was a challenge, but Madi ended up outkicking a very good runner from Bingham to get 4th place - it was only her 4th cross country race ever - and it ended up being the fastest 9th grade time we have ever had. It also puts Madi at #5 on our all-time state list (behind 4 girls who have all been state champions). Joanna also ran one of her strongest races of the season. She has been working so hard with a goal of being all-state (top 10). A year ago Joanna ran a great race to help us win a state title - she was 26th in a time of 20:12. This year, Jo improved to 19:00 - which was good enough to finish 8th and earn her all-state. Ashley ran with Joanna as long as she could. It was a very strong and courageous race, and although she finished just outside of the top 10, she ran an incredible time of 19:20 (13th place). Ashley is probably our most improved runner from a year ago. Chelsey also came through big for us. She ran her race perfectly - moving up through the 20s in the middle part of the race and finishing strong to be our #5 girl in a time of 19:41. Chelsey was a great example of how tough and competitive our girls TEAM was in this race and throughout the season. Kami was also moving well through the second half of the race. In the first 800m, Kami was in about 50th place - over the next 2 miles, she moved her way all the way up to 25th. Kami has been a solid surprise for us all season long, and did a great to finish up at the state meet. Becca also did a great job in her final cross country regular season race in a strong 4 year career. Becca runs with a lot of guts - she is what DXC is all about. The girls who were there as alternates and as teammates also did an incredible job supporting and encouraging the girls who ran. They could not have run so well without the rest of their TEAM being their to inspire and support them. In the end, it was our best girls' TEAM performance in the history of the state championships. Our top 5 girl's times combined to a team time of 95:10. It was the 3rd fastest team time that a girls team has run on the course. (Behind 2 teams that finished the season ranked in the top 5 in the U.S.) We ended up winning with a score of 44 points - over 2nd place Lehi who had 88 points. It will most like propel our girls TEAM into the top 25 in the U.S.
It is difficult to explain just how good our boys TEAM really is. We left the state meet with a 2nd place trophy, but it does not do the TEAM justice. We are literally the best 2nd place team that our state has ever had. There have only been 2-3 times in the history of the state championship where our boys team would not have come home as the champions. We finished the race with 5 boys in the top 11 runners. Our TEAM time of 79:01 is the 3rd best time ever run on the course (behind AF from last year and AF from this year - both of whom were ranked #1 or #2 in the U.S. when they ran those times). Our state performance should move us up in the U.S. rankings from 9th to about 5th place (we will find out on Thursday). But even more impressive than how fast our boys are is how tough they ran and how hard they have worked. They may not have earned a state title, but they definitely earned the title of champions. Brad's time of 15:23 was good enough for 2nd place, but it was also the 5th fastest time in the history of the course, and the fastest time by any Davis athlete. Brayden Cromar, Preston Johnson, and Logan Wood all fought to the end - finished with times under 16:00 - and earned all-state awards. Skylar Williams finished in one of the hardest positions with an 11th place finish - but he ran a tough, positive race and now has our fastest time ever by a sophomore at 16:01. Alex Hedquist may not have had his best race of the season, but he ran hard and never gave up - and he'll be back with some great races in the fuutre. And Jackson took advantage of his opportunity by pushing himself through a tough race, and hopefully learning some valuable lessons for the future. Overall, I was extremely proud of our boys and their efforts and the way they conducted themselves after a tough loss to an incredibly strong team (who we will get to race 2 more times in the next 6 weeks). And again, the alternates and the teammates of those who ran brought a lot of energy and are every bit a part of the TEAM's success throughout the season and at the state meet.
The support was outstanding. Thanks to all of the athletes, parents, and alumni who were able to come and watch the Darts and help to inspire them. I feel like the runners were given a lot of energy from the crowd.
There are some pictures on and there will be a video posted to

Girls Results
1. Shea Martinez - 18:28
2. Tavia Dutson, Jordan - 18:34
3. Whitney Paskins, Alta - 18:36
4. Madi Garlock - 18:39
5. Emily Rich, Bingham - 18:39
6. Laura Young, Bingham - 18:52
7. Danielle Menlove, Jordan - 18:59
8. Joanna Boyd - 19:00
9. Jessica Smith, Lone Peak - 19:01
10. Jackie Heaps, Lehi - 19:11
13. Ashley Tyndall - 19:20
18. Chelsey Johnson - 19:41
25. Kami Dixon - 19:59
42. Becca Albrechtsen - 20:47
*124 Total Runners

Team Scores -
1. Davis 44
2. Lehi 88
3. Jordan 96
4. Weber 133
5. American Fork 136
6. Alta 145
7. Bingham 161
8. Lone Peak 177
9. Viewmont 291
10. Syracuse 305

Boys Results -
1. MacKenzie Morrison, AF - 15:22
2. Brad Nye, Davis - 15:23
3. Clayton Young, AF - 15:31
4. Brayden McClelland, AF - 15:33
5. Brayden Cromar - 15:46
6. Haven Shelton, PG - 15:47
7. Connor McMillan, AF - 15:47
8. Preston Johnson - 15:53
9. Kramer Morton, Alta - 15:56
10. Logan Wood - 15:57
11. Skylar Williams - 16:01
24. Alex Hedquist - 16:33
25. Jackson Sagers - 16:33
*124 Total Runners

Team Scores -
1. American Fork - 25
2. Davis - 33
3. Bingham - 122
4. Lone Peak - 135
5. Riverton - 162
6. Syracuse - 163
7. Alta - 165
8. Weber - 238
9. Copper Hills - 296
10. West Jordan - 302

Athletes of the Week - Madi Garlock, Chelsey Johnson, Brayden Cromar, Skylar Williams

Coming Up -
Monday - TEAM meeting. We will watch the video from the state meet (it's really good thanks to Logan Petty and Nalany Resek). We will also be going over the schedule and the expectations for the Nike Regionals. I will be sending home some information about the trip on Monday. We will also be going out for a distance run on Monday - followed by a small celebration (with some food).

Tuesday - TEAM pictures. We will be waiting for the 9th graders (9th graders should go straight to the bleachers when they get there). We will also turn in uniforms after the pictures. Make sure to bring your uniforms with you.

Plan on hard workouts on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday this next week. With distance runs on Monday-Wednesday-Friday.

Awards Banquet - will be held on Thursday, November 3rd (most likely at the school). More information to come.

24 Hour Run Fundraiser - will be on Friday/Saturday, November 4-5. More information to come.

Nike Regionals - The race is on November 19. The trip will be from the 17-20 of November.

Thanks for a great season. Thanks for all your sacrifices and your hard work and commitment. And thanks to all the parents who were so willing to help with the many things we did as the season went on. And a special thanks to Brad and Janae and their help and expertise - they make me a better coach, and they make our athletes stronger, smarter runners.
It has been a pleasure,
Coach Talley

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Cross Country Update - Region Champions!

Darts -
It was a perfect day for us at the Region Championships on Wednesday. The weather was ideal, and we took advantage of it, having our best race of the season and one of the best meets in Davis cross country history. Our TEAM has worked hard for this point of the season. All of the pain, sweat, goals, and sacrifices have prepared us for our championship races. Our work in the summer time and throughout the season really paid off as we raced so well at the region championships.
The JV girls started us off right with a 1-18 sweep in the first race of the afternoon. Hannah Albrechtsen and Sierra Haslam led the way throughout the entire race - and finished within a tenth of a second of each other for 1st and 2nd in an incredibly fast JV winning time of 19:59. As far as I could tell, 19:59 is a new region JV record. There have been years where 19:59 would be all-region in the varsity race. Having the girls finish 1-18 is also a region JV record, and having 16 girls under 22:00 - in addition to the 10 in the varsity race - for a total of 26 girls under 22:00 is also a TEAM and region record. Hannah and Sierra were followed by Josey Hedquist in 20:06 (just a 9th grader), Janice Hartvigsen in 20:19, and a great race from Mikell Wood in 20:22. Mikell has struggled with injury and came back with a great final race of the season. Most of the girls in the JV race finished with PRs or season bests. If the JV girls had been in the varsity race, they would have finished 3rd place and qualified for state as a TEAM (too bad that's not an option).
The JV boys were next, and kept our perfect streak going. The boys finished with a 1-8 sweep 15 of the top 20 runners. They were led by a phenomenal race by Phillip Baker who finished with a time of 16:18. Phillip's time would be varsity on any team we have ever had from Davis. He would have been 10th place in the varsity race with only 1 runner from another school beating him. To put his time into perspective, he would have finished 2nd in the varsity race in 2008 behind state champion, Seth Gutzwiller. The boys JV dominance continued with Seth Thompson running a strong race for 2nd (16:44), Taylor Goldsberry running a very gutsy race for 3rd (16:49), Sam Haws finishing 4th in 17:00, and Ryan Lee 5th in 17:08. We had a total of 22 boys make the region all-time list (under 17:55). Our team record is 23 boys from 2010. Had our JV boys been in the varsity race, they also would have qualified for state by finishing 3rd place behind our varsity and Syracuse high.
The varsity girls nearly pulled off another perfect score sweep with a 1-4 finish, and 7 girls in the top 10. Shea Martinez ran a very strong race to finish just 1 second behind her course record from a year ago. Her time of 18:07 gives Shea the two fastest times ever run on the course. Madison Garlock finished 2nd overall with a time of 18:39. It ranks Madi as the 9th fastest girl to ever run the region course, and the fastest 9th grader ever. Joanna Boyd finished 3rd with 18:52. Joanna has been consistently strong for us all season long - AND IS FINALLY 16!! (Happy Birthday today, Joanna). Ashley Tyndall is one of our most improved--she finished 4th in a time of 19:01. A year ago, Ashley was 6th in the JV race with a time of 20:29. A lot of hard work later, and she is going to be running this next week with a shot at being all-state. Kami Dixon and Chelsey Johnson finished 8-9, both earning all-region medals, and although Aimee Vance was running as one of our "non-scorers", she finished 10th in the region with an incredible time of 19:37. Our top 5 girls' times added together to give us a "team time" of 94:10 - the record team time on the region course is 94:07 by our girls in 2010. It was our strongest showing of the year, coming right in time for the state championships.
The varsity boys finished up the day in dominating fashion. Before this year, we had never had a boys or girls varsity team perfect score the region meet. Not only did our boys perfect score (1-5), but we finished with the top 8 spots in the race and all 10 of our boys in the top 15. Brad Nye tied the course record with a time of 15:18. The course record was originally set by Steve Sheppard of Weber High in 2002 (Brad's older brother Jace was 2nd in that race). The next spots were just a string of Davis runners - Cromar, Preston Johnson, Logan Wood, Alex Hedquist, Skylar Williams, Jackson Sagers, and Andrew Aposhian. It was an incredible sight. We shattered the team time record by running 1:05 faster than we did a year ago for our top 5 runners.
I was very pleased with the great attitudes of our runners, with all of the prs, with our senior leaders, and with our young runners as well. I said it in the meeting, and I really believe, that this was our best region meet ever (boys and girls combined). Congrats to all those who have put so much into this season and who came and ran their best races at the region meet.
Full results can be found at Davis results can be found at the bottom of this email.

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS - Will be on this Wednesday (October 19th) at Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake (1300 E. 2100 S.) We would love to have as many parents and fans there as possible. The girls will be racing with a shot at a 4th state title in the past 5 years. They will see some good competition from Lehi and Alta. The boys will be facing off against another one of the best teams in the country - American Fork (currently ranked #2 in the U.S.). It will be a very close race.
Athletes will be excused from school at 12:00 to be on the bus by the time it leaves at 12:20. The bus is leaving right as lunch is starting, so make sure you don't get left. The girls will race at 2:30, and the boys race is at 4:00.
We will have an important meeting after school on Tuesday in my classroom - make sure to be there for all of the details about the state meet.

Training after state - For those of you interested in training with us for the Nike Regionals or just for training - we will continue to meet after fall break. Our next practice (after state) will be on Monday, October 24th - same time, same place as usual.

TEAM Pictures/Uniform Turn in - Tuesday, October 25th - we will meet in my classroom after school, and then have the pictures at 3:15 when the 9th graders are able to get to the school.

TEAM Awards Banquet - Thursday, November 3rd - More details to come. The banquet will be for the athletes only.

24 Hour Run Fundraiser - Tentatively on November 4-5. More details to come.

Athletes of the Week - Shea Martinez, Josey Hedquist, Mikell Wood, Logan Wood, Jackson Sagers, Seth Thompson

Alumni Update - Many of our former athletes are competing at the college level. This past weekend, the following athletes competed for their varsity teams in either Wisconsin (BYU) or Arkansas (Utah State, Weber State) -
Weber State - Chris Burnett
Utah State - Tessa Brown, Austin Neuner
BYU - Morgan Haws, Candace Eddy, Jared Ward
Best of luck to all of our former athletes in their conference and regional meet.

Region Results -
Girls JV Results
1. 19:59 Hannah Albrechtsen Davis
2. 19:59 Sierra Haslam Davis
3. 20:06 Josey Hedquist Davis
4. 20:19 Janice Hartvigsen Davis
5. 20:22 Mikell Wood Davis
6. 20:24 Sierra Graham Davis
7. 20:24 Michaela Uresk Davis
20:43 Madison Bledsoe Davis
20:44 Brooke Gutzwiller Davis
20:54 Katie Frandsen Davis
20:55 Nalany Resek Davis
21:03 Elise Anderson Davis
21:35 Madie McCleary Davis
21:38 Shaylee Argyle Davis
21:54 Whitney Williams Davis
21:56 Sadie Hutchinson Davis
22:14 Nicole Wood Davis
22:16 Megan Parker Davis
22:49 Nicole Steinicke Davis
23:05 Sophie Cottrell Davis
23:14 Sarah Parker Davis
25:26 Melissa Shinn Davis
26:36 Elizabeth Martineau Davis

15 Davis (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) 6, 7
55 Syracuse (8, 9, 10, 13, 15) 16, 17
74 Weber (11, 12, 14, 18, 19) 20, 21

Boys JV Results
1. 16:18 Phillip Baker Davis
2. 16:44 Seth Thompson Davis
3. 16:49 Taylor Goldsberry Davis
4. 17:00 Sam Haws Davis
5. 17:08 Ryan Lee Davis
6. 17:17 Korbin Birrell Davis
7. 17:19 Justin Schofield Davis
17:20 Ethan Stuart Davis
17:22 Ryan Tanner Davis
17:47 Devin Farnsworth Davis
17:50 Trevor Fry Davis
17:52 Josh Ward Davis
17:56 Ryan Clark Davis
18:00 Alex White Davis
18:00 Kinball Potter Davis
18:16 Josh Martineau Davis
18:34 Tom Munker Davis
18:36 Blake Garrett Davis
18:45 Zach Wilde Davis
18:53 Dan Wybrow Davis
19:00 Rex Sumsion Davis
19:13 Caleb Gipson Davis
19:22 Jackson Rale Davis
19:38 J.R. Oldham Davis
19:52 Calder Craven Davis
20:03 Mitch Perry Davis
20:05 Nathan Butterfield Davis
20:16 Brady England Davis
20:45 Wil Schwarzwaldar Davis
21:14 Tanner Horrocks Davis
21:15 Nathaniel Neubert Davis
21:16 Josh Robinson Davis
21:53 Brigham Vallentine Davis
22:26 Josh Valentine Davis

15 Davis (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) 6, 7
60 Weber (8, 10, 11, 14, 17) 19, 20
83 Syracuse (9, 12, 15, 22, 25) 26, 28
91 Fremont (13, 16, 18, 21, 23) 24, 27
155 Layton (29, 30, 31, 32, 33) 34

Girls Varsity Results
1. 18:07 Shea Martinez Davis
2. 18:39 Madison Garlock Davis
3. 18:52 Joanna Boyd Davis
4. 19:01 Ashley Tyndall Davis
8. 19:31 Kami Dixon Davis
9. 19:36 Chelsey Johnson Davis
10. 19:37 Aimee Vance Davis NS
12. 19:40 Becca Albrechtsen Davis
14. 19:42 Kenzie Weir Davis NS
16. 20:13 Emily Hammond Davis NS

18 *Davis (1, 2, 3, 4, 8) 9, 11
45 *Weber (5, 6, 7, 10, 17) 22, 28
95 *Syracuse (12, 19, 20, 21, 23) 26, 29
95 *Fremont (13, 15, 18, 24, 25) 27, 30
126 Northridge (14, 16, 31, 32, 33)
incomplete team - Layton

Boys Varsity Results
1. 15:18 Brad Nye Davis
2. 15:30 Brayden Cromar Davis
3. 15:34 Preston Johnson Davis
4. 15:47 Logan Wood Davis
5. 15:47 Alex Hedquist Davis
6. 15:48 Skylar Williams Davis
7. 15:57 Jackson Sagers Davis NS
8. 16:08 Andrew Aposhian Davis
11. 16:24 Hayden Hansen Davis NS
16. 16:30 Austin Allred Davis NS

15 *Davis (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) 6, 7
52 *Syracuse (8, 9, 10, 12, 13) 14, 19
86 *Weber (15, 16, 17, 18, 20) 21, 22
132 *Fremont (23, 25, 27, 28, 29) 30, 31
152 Northridge (11, 24, 38, 39, 40) 41
160 Layton (26, 32, 33, 34, 35) 36, 37

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Cross Country Update - Oct 9

Darts -
We are wrapping up a busy week. I wanted to thank the parents and the athletes who were able to help with the Barnes Park race on Wednesday and the Homecoming Relay on Thursday. Despite the rain, we were able to put on a great meet and we were able to have a little fun with the relay from Weber High to Davis High on Thursday.
Great job to all of the athletes at the meet on Wednesday. If you have not seen the results, you can check them out on the blog - It was a very strong race for our TEAM going into the region championships. I was especially impressed with the improvement that many of the new runners have shown through the season. Running is definitely a sport that takes patience and consistency, but I hope you are learning that hard work and determination will make you better at running (and at most things). The TEAM quite literally tore up the course - we dominated both races and proved to be running at our best as the season comes to its end. Great job having fun and running hard at the same time.

Athletes of the Week - Becca Albrechtsen, Katie Frandsen, Phillip Baker, Ethan Stuart

Region Championships - are this Wednesday (the 12th) at Layton Park. This is the final race for most of you. We have worked hard and we are well prepared to go into the region meet. The TEAM goal is to sweep all four races. Your individual goals should be to finish the season with a PR. The weather should be perfect, the course will be fast, and you are ready to go. Be confident in yourselves, and have a lot of fun going after your best races of the season. The course will be exactly 3.0 miles - it is the same course we have been running in this region since 1997. We will have an important meeting on Tuesday after school (once the Junior High athletes arrive). We will also have TEAM dinners on Tuesday evening at 6:00pm. The boys will eat at the Cromar's and the girls will be at the McCleary's (we will provide directions on Tuesday). We will be dressing up with ties and skirts/dresses for school on Wednesday.

The schedule for Region will be as follows -
1:15 - Excused from school
1:30 - Bus leaves
3:00pm - Girls JV
3:30pm - Boys JV
4:00pm - Girls Varsity
4:30pm - Boys Varsity
5:15pm - Awards

State Championships - The state championships are at Sugarhouse Park on Wednesday, October 19th. The girls race at 2:30 and the boys race at 4:00pm. I expect all of you to come and support the varsity runners as they contend for the state title. Both the boys and the girls have a shot at winning the state title for the entire TEAM. Every one of you are a part of what the varsity runners will be representing at the state meet. Even if you are not running, you will still have a responsibility to provide energy and support for your teammates who are running.

TEAM Pictures/Uniform Turn in - Tuesday, October 25th - we will meet in my classroom after school, and then have the pictures at 3:15 when the 9th graders are able to get to the school.

TEAM Awards Banquet - Thursday, November 3rd - More details to come. The banquet will be for the athletes only.

24 Hour Run Fundraiser - Tentatively on November 4-5. More details to come.

Nike Southwest Regional - We will be taking a bus down to Mesa, AZ for the Nike Regional Race. We will leave after school on Thursday, November 17th and return on Sunday, November 20th. Those of you who are interested in attending the trip with us should plan on being at practice on Monday, October 24th (the Monday after Fall Break). It will be a 4 week training commitment. We will be able to take about 50 athletes. The cost will be around $230 per athlete. Even if you are not able to go on the trip, you are still encouraged to continue training with us over that month (even the 9th graders).

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Open Meet at Davis - Girls Results

October 5, 2011 @ Barnes Park Weather – 50 degrees, rainy and wet
Course - 3.0 miles; Course Record – 18:51 by Shea Martinez, 2011


1. 18:51* Shea Martinez Davis
2. 19:06 Madison Garlock Davis
3. 19:24 Joanna Boyd Davis
4. 19:33 Ashley Tyndall Davis
5. 19:37 Karlee Deeter Weber
6. 19:46 Sam Heaton Weber
7. 19:48 Rudi Zurbuchen Weber
8. 19:51 Kami Dixon Davis
9. 19:57 Chelsey Johnson Davis
10. 20:06 Paige Brooks Weber
11. 20:06 Becca Albrechtsen Davis
12. 20:10 Kenzie Weir Davis
13. 20:11 Aimee Vance Davis
14. 20:17 Hannah Albrechtsen Davis
15. 20:18 Sharlie Dimick Syracuse
16. 20:21 Sierra Haslam Davis
17. 20:29 Jill Anderson Fremont
18. 20:35 Sierra Graham Davis
19. 20:35 Josey Hedquist Davis
20. 20:37 Michaela Uresk Davis
21. 20:38 Janice Hartvigsen Davis
22. 20:39 Mikaela Peterson Fremont
23. 20:40 Madison Bledsoe Davis
24. 20:40 Lynzi Deeter Weber
25. 20:40 Megan Jordan Northridge
26. 20:44 Elise Anderson Davis
27. 20:49 Shaelee Sweatfield Northridge
28. 20:51 Katie Frandsen Davis
29. 20:54 Nalany Resek Davis
30. 20:59 Jenna Johnson Weber
31. 21:02 Brooke Gutzwiller Davis
32. 21:12 Mikell Wood Davis
33. 21:17 Katie Clark Fremont
34. 21:24 Cheyna Field Syracuse
35. 21:24 Erin Kibler Syracuse
36. 21:41 Rachel Markham Syracuse
37. 21:41 Lindsey Bailey Syracuse
38. 21:48 Destry Enders Weber
39. 21:52 Alyse Hartley Fremont
40. 21:52 Mogine Bodily Fremont
41. 21:54 Maddie McCleary Davis
42. 22:07 Shelby Cadwell Syracuse
43. 22:18 Shaylee Argyle Davis
44. 22:29 Devery Starkey Layton
45. 22:31 Leisle Jones Syracuse
46. 22:31 McKenna Heninger Layton
47. 22:44 Nicole Wood Davis
48. 22:45 Marijka Dame Weber
49. 22:46 Mary Charlesworth Fremont
50. 22:46 Ally Ellis Fremont
51. 22:51 Whitney Williams Davis
52. 22:52 Megan Parker Davis
53. 22:53 Shyli Butters Weber
54. 23:01 Nicole Steinicke Davis
55. 23:02 Katrina Dunlap Syracuse
56. 23:05 Adriana McFarland Syracuse
57. 23:09 Whitney Chemplin Northridge
58. 23:09 Melodie Bird Fremont
59. 23:24 Roxy Hedges Weber
60. 23:32 Kjersti Matheson Weber
61. 23:34 Kara VanBeekum Fremont
62. 23:44 Katelyn Davidson Syracuse
63. 23:52 Sophie Cottrell Davis
64. 24:05 Erika Amoya Fremont
65. 24:06 Becca Jacobsen Syracuse
66. 24:07 Lauren Busby Syracuse
67. 24:19 Ellie Workman Weber
68. 24:24 Nicole Lavely Syracuse
69. 24:29 Sara Parker Davis
70. 24:39 Sidney Baker Layton
71. 24:41 Erin Hansen Weber
72. 24:42 Melissa Shinn Davis
73. 24:43 Madison Henry Weber
74. 24:51 Staycie Smith Syracuse
75. 25:10 Jessica Howes Syracuse
76. 25:11 Elizabeth Martineau Davis
77. 25:45 Abby Jensen Layton
78. 25:57 Sara Alexander Northridge
79. 26:37 Erin Ashmead Layton
80. 27:19 Claudia Cascon Syracuse
81. 29:52 Savannah Jackson Fremont

Team Scores
18 Davis
43 Weber
90 Syracuse
91 Fremont
150 Layton

Open Meet at Davis - Boys Results

October 10, 2011 @ Barnes Park Weather- 50 degrees, rainy and wet
Course - 3.0 miles; Course Record – 15:51 by Preston Johnson and Brayden Cromar, 2011

1. 15:51 Brayden Cromar Davis
1. 15:51 Preston Johnson Davis
3. 16:19 Andrew Aposhian Davis
4. 16:19 Brad Nye Davis
5. 16:27 Skylar Williams Davis
6. 16:27 Logan Wood Davis
7. 16:30 Jackson Sagers Davis
8. 16:32 Shane Goudy Northridge
9. 16:34 Brandon Yardley Syracuse
10. 16:34 Jaxon Hansen Syracuse
11. 16:34 Hayden Hansen Davis
12. 16:41 Phillip Baker Davis
13. 16:49 Austin Allred Davis
14. 16:53 Parker Greenhalgh Syracuse
15. 16:53 Mike Russell Syracuse
16. 16:53 Matt Daines Weber
17. 16:54 Landon Greenhalgh Syracuse
18. 16:59 Jeff Michel Syracuse
19. 16:59 Taylor Goldsberry Davis
20. 17:03 Will Palmer Weber
21. 17:09 Frank Owens Syracuse
22. 17:12 Sam Haws Davis
23. 17:15 Eric Stakebaker Syracuse
24. 17:17 Will Barlow Weber
25. 17:17 Seth Thompson Davis
26. 17:18 Stetson Holman Weber
27. 17:20 Alex Hedquist Davis
28. 17:34 Ryan Lee Davis
29. 17:34 Ryan Haltli Weber
30. 17:35 Dustin Pagano Weber
31. 17:37 Riley Wheeler Fremont
32. 17:40 Ethan Stuart Davis
33. 17:44 Dallin Froerer Weber
34. 17:46 Trevor Newey Weber
35. 17:47 Ryan Tanner Davis
36. 17:48 Parker Hall Northridge
37. 17:52 Korbin Birrell Davis
38. 17:52 Josh Ward Davis
39. 17:55 Tommy Moncur Davis
40. 17:55 Spencer Griffin Syracuse
41. 17:58 Garrett Doxey Fremont
42. 18:01 Cody Kelly Syracuse
43. 18:02 Brendon Starkey Layton
44. 18:03 Brandon Williams Fremont
45. 18:04 Jermey Porter Weber
46. 18:07 Kimball Potter Davis
47. 18:11 Trevor Fry Davis
48. 18:12 Devin Farnsworth Davis
49. 18:12 Devin Jennings Weber
50. 18:13 Ryan Clark Davis
51. 18:19 Justin Schofield Davis
52. 18:20 Christian Carver Fremont
53. 18:20 Isaiah Barnes Fremont
54. 18:23 Travis Pitts Weber
55. 18:26 Nate Barker Weber
56. 18:27 Jaden Slater Fremont
57. 18:28 Adam Hunt Fremont
58. 18:29 Chris Dewey Fremont
59. 18:33 Isaac Clouse Davis
60. 18:33 Austin Morse Weber
61. 18:34 Alex White Davis
62. 18:37 Jeremy McGuinis Fremont
63. 18:42 Mike Linder Weber
64. 18:42 Derik England Fremont
65. 18:43 Jeff Knighton Syracuse
66. 18:44 Trenton Behumin Layton
67. 18:46 Trevor Parry Northridge
68. 18:47 Nate Spell Fremont
69. 18:47 Spencer Boltz Fremont
70. 18:48 Brevin Schade Layton
71. 18:52 Braeden Butler Weber
72. 18:52 Rylan Heninger Layton
73. 19:03 Josh Martineau Davis
74. 19:07 Rex Sumsion Davis
75. 19:07 Caleb Gipson Davis
76. 19:09 Jeff Reed Syracuse
77. 19:09 Dan Wybrow Davis
78. 19:10 Zach Wilde Davis
79. 19:12 Nathan Saffker Syracuse
80. 19:13 Eric Larsen Weber
81. 19:16 Blake Garrett Davis
82. 19:17 Eric Clements Layton
83. 19:19 Cody Griffin Weber
84. 19:22 Austen Crudele Fremont
85. 19:25 Chauncey Griffin Weber
86. 19:29 Van Jacobsen Fremont
87. 18:33 Jared Godfrey Syracuse
88. 18:34 Sam Fuller Weber
89. 18:36 Jon Morrell Fremont
90. 18:41 Brady Cook Syracuse
91. 19:45 Caleb Hunt Fremont
92. 19:47 Ryan Stanley Weber
93. 19:49 Clayton Shaw Fremont
94. 19:51 Easton Potokar Weber
95. 19:53 Jackson Rayl Davis
96. 19:55 Calder Craven Davis
97. 19:57 Gus Salazar Syracuse
98. 19:59 Aaron Hershey Layton
99. 20:02 Eric Dickamore Fremont
100. 20:09 Austin Wilcox Syracuse
101. 20:14 Kyle Linder Northridge
102. 20:14 J.R. Oldham Davis
103. 20:18 Cameron Dowers Syracuse
104. 20:22 Cameron Kemp Fremont
105. 20:25 Blake Jeffery Northridge
106. 20:27 Tyler Littlefield Northridge
107. 20:28 Brady England Davis
108. 20:29 Joseph Bernards Layton
109. 20:30 Bryan Saunders Fremont
110. 20:30 Nathan Butterfield Davis
111. 20:31 Wil Schwarzwalder Davis
112. 20:39 Rafa Riera LCA
113. 20:39 Ashton Sparrow Fremont
114. 20:41 Mitch Perry Davis
115. 20:44 Jalan Barrow Fremont
116. 20:49 Anderw Dobrowolski Layton
117. 20:52 John Merris Northridge
118. 21:01 Ignacio Bieza LCA
119. 21:02 Quin Neilson Weber
120. 21:15 Garrett James Layton
121. 21:27 Jake Speth Weber
122. 21:39 Josh Robinson Davis
123. 21:44 Josh Valentine Davis
124. 21:45 Nick Merriman Syracuse
125. 21:47 Estoban Zhang Weber
126. 21:51 Nathaniel Neubert Davis
127. 21:59 Mitch Garrett Fremont
128. 22:02 Chris Hooper Layton
129. 22:03 Scotty Taylor Davis
130. 22:07 Jareck Nelson Syracuse
131. 22:47 Dylan Rossmango Syracuse
132. 22:58 Casey Watts LCA
133. 23:07 Spencer Stenquist Weber
134. 23:25 Josh Miller Northridge
135. 23:29 Derek Hussain Layton
136. 23:30 Brigham Valentine Davis
137. 23:30 Tanner Horrocks Davis
138. 23:57 Stephen Jones Fremont
139. 24:07 Thomas Lakey Syracuse
140. 24:18 Drew Holley Fremont
141. 24:41 Austin Backman LCA
142. 25:27 Josh Morrell Fremont
143. 26:41 Kelson Kealamakia Syracuse
144. 26:44 Cooper Park Syracuse
145. 27:17 Diego Feeney LCA
146. 29:17 Spencer Hull Syracuse

Team Scores
15 Davis
56 Syracuse
86 Weber
131 Fremont
142 Northridge
163 Layton
224 Layton Christian Academy

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Cross Country Update - Oct 2

Darts -
A very quick update email this week. I just wanted to make sure you are aware of the important things we have coming up in the next few weeks. . .

Open Region Meet at Barnes Park - Wednesday, October 5th - You will be excused from school at 2:00 - and hurry to Barnes Park. I would like you all to be there by 2:30 so that we have plenty of time to prepare for the race. The girls race will be at 3:45. The boys will race at 4:15. 9th graders will be excused at 2:30 - just try to get there as quickly as possible. The race will be 3 miles.

Homecoming Relay - We will be running a "stolen" football jersey from Weber High to Davis High on Thursday (October 6th) as part of the Homecoming festivities. The route is about 30 miles - which means we will have to begin running around 2:00pm in order to get the jersey to the Davis stadium in time for the pep rally. We will divide the relay into 5 x 6 mile legs, and then everyone will meet in front of Davis High (by the seminary) at 5:30 so that we can run the jersey in to the football stadium at the right time. I will have more details at practice on Monday and Tuesday. At this point, I need to know if any parents could volunteer to transport groups on Thursday as we complete the Homecoming Relay. If you have a vehicle that can fit 5+ kids and you can spend some of the afternoon helping transport the runners, please let me know. Each leg will have about 10 kids running together.

Saturday Practice - We will meet at Layton Park next Saturday (October 8th) at 7:30am for our final hard workout before the region championships. We will be doing 800s and finishes on the region course. It is an important practice, so please let me know if you are going to have to miss.

Region Championships - Wednesday, October 12th at Layton Park. The races will begin at 3:00pm. More information to come. (3 mile race)

State Championships - Wednesday, October 19th at Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake. The girls will race at 2:30pm. The boys will race at 4:00pm. More information to come. (3 mile race)

This past week we raced at the Syracuse Open Region Meet. We held out our varsity runners, but our JV runners showed that they can compete with the varsity teams from our region. The girls finished 2nd behind a decent Weber High team, and the boys were 3rd behind Syracuse and Weber. It showed that many of our JV runners would be strong varsity runners on most of the other schools in the region. I was pleased with the attitudes and the efforts of those who raced. Our seniors showed good leadership, and our young runners continued to show strength and toughness. If you would like to see the results for the girls, go to and the boys results are posted at:

Athletes of the Week - Korbin Birrell, Trevor Fry, Hannah Albrechtsen, Janice Hartvigsen

Keep up the great work. The season is over before you know it. Put a lot of heart and determination into the final 3 races of the season. Let's make this a memorable finish.
Thanks for all you do -
Coach Talley