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KHS boys and girls track teams vie at Old Capital Invitational
Following Kanab’s trip to Fillmore for the Old Capital Invitational Track Meet last weekend, boys’ team coach Levi LeFevre spoke about the young athletes.
“Ours is a very young track team with some hard working athletes who have continued to show solid improvement throughout the season. A standout performance this meet was Payton Dryva with a two second improvement in his 400 meter performance.
“Since our team is so inexperienced, we are trying athletes in many different events to find the best fit for their skills. The athletes have responded well and we are making great progress in finding everyone’s niche.
“Part of the team’s success can be attributed to seniors Patrick Luo and Bailey Stubbs, who lead not only by example, but with an extraordinary work ethic as well. We look forward to seeing what these young athletes will accomplish in coming years, as well as how they finish out the 2017 season,” said Coach LeFevre.
Old Capital Invitational: Fillmore, Utah
18 Teams total: 10 in 2A division; eight in 1A division
State qualifying marks:
Girls 4x100 team: (Bethany Nording, Macie Stewart, Bailey Stubbs, Carsyn Button) 53.64
New Kanab High School records:
Kelly Bistline: 1,600 meters 5:54.51 (She broke her previous record)
Kelly Bistline: 3,200 meters 13:48.40 (She broke the record previously held by Lindsey Robinson)
New BYU qualifying marks:
Kayden McDonald: 100 meter (12.51), 200 meter (25.06)
Treg Reidhead: javelin (131-09)
Monte Glover won the high jump
Kelly Bistline second in 3,200; third in 1,600
Carsyn Button third in the 100 meter hurdles
Bailey Stubbs second in the 300 meter hurdles
Other seasonal best marks came from:
Macie Stewart: 200 meter
Kosha Reidhead: high jump
Girls 4x400 relay team (Bailey Stubbs, Savanah Jensen, Kelly Bistline, Macie Stewart)
Jacob Bowman: 200 meter and 300 meter hurdles
Seth Carroway: 400 meter
Payton Dryva: 400 meter
Patrick Luo: 110 hurdles
Alex Allen: shot put
Dillon Rios: discus, javelin
Boys 4x400 relay (Kayden McDonald, Payton Dryva, Patrick Luo, Seth Carroway)