Carbon High X-Country runners stride along familiar path at home
With the season now halfway over, the Carbon High Cross Country teams are hoping that the success at the home meet on Sept. 25 will propel the team over the course of the next three weeks.
CHS head coach Telisse Allen said the teams had a successful home meet with a lot of runners posting personal best times.
Garrett Marsing led the boys teams finishing in first place with a time of 15:45, beating out the rest of the competition by over 20 seconds.
Trey Richardson (17:47), Drew Jones (18:09), Andrew Gagnon (18:40), JW Broadbear (19:00), Dallin Quinton (19:42), Kyle Quinton (19:48) Logan Engar (19:48), Chris Shaw (20:22), Dalton Latimer (20:35), Paul Bryner (20:52), Joseph Clifford (21:05), Will Laursen (21:40), Gabe VanDyke (23:50), Kanyon Beecher (24:01) and Hunter Mortensen (24:16) rounded out the boys' performance at home.
For the girls, Emily Broadbear led the team with a time of 20:35. Following her included Zarah Rossi (21:20), Giovanna Chiara (21:22), Abbi Powell (22:24), Sarah Ohwiller (22:45) and Ambrie Reid (no time provided).
According to Allen, both the boys and the girls teams each took fourth place at the meet.
Some runners also participated at the Nebo Invite on Friday which provided a chance to run against some of the best runners and teams from around the state. Allen said Marsing was able to post another top 10 finish. Drew Jones posted a strong performance for the boys and Abbi Powell, Zarah Rossi and Sarah Ohwiller had good outings at Nebo.
The Carbon High teams will continue their season with a meet on Wednesday, Oct. 2 in North Sanpete.