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Fehlberg and Jensen lead Emery Spartan track teams


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By GARY ARRINGTON
Sports Writer

Camille Fehlberg participates in the hurdles event.

Camille Fehlberg and Tate Jensen led the Emery High Spartans at the Region 8 track team held last week at Carbon High School. Just as Lehi High School did a couple of years ago, Juan Diego hosted the region track meet at Carbon High because of the superior track and field facility in Price.

The Emery boys finished second behind Juan Diego. Scores were Juan Diego 148 points, Emery 117 points, North Sanpete 104 points, Delta 74 points, Carbon 50 points and Granite 2 points. Jensen won the 400, finished second in the long jump and anchored two relay teams.

The Emery girls finished fourth. Despite recruiting softball players from the just finished season, the Lady Spartans just did not have enough depth to compete against some of the region schools. Delta won the meet with 145 points followed by Juan Diego with 101 points. Third was Carbon with 97 points, Emery had 79 points, North Sanpete 69 points and Granite had 3 points. Fehlberg won the 100 hurdles, the 300 hurdles, the 400 and anchored the 4X400 relay team. Fehlberg, already a qualifier for State in the long jump, did not compete in that event.

Winning the 300 and the 400 are the hardest races to double up on as they are ran less than 10 minutes apart. The last Emery Spartan to successfully run these two races was Brett Guymon. Guymon went onto a successful college career at Utah State.

Here are official results of the Region meet for all participants that scored points for the Emery teams. The top six finishers in individual events and the top five finishers in relays scored points. To qualify for state, one had to either best a preset time or distance or finish in the top four at region. In relay races, one must finish in the top three at region.

First for the girls: Rebecca Bott finished fifth in the 1600 at 5:40.62. She was a quarter second out of fourth. Fehlberg won the 100 Hurdles in 15.65. Allie Stokes was sixth in 18.51. Fehlberg won the 400 in 1:00.68 followed by Shalae Cox in 1:03.93 in second. Fehlberg won the 300 Hurdles in 46.21 and Alexis Swasey was sixth in 55.32. Leslie Urie took sixth in the 3200 with a time of 16:06.16. Jacie Fasselin finished fourth in the 800 with a time of 2:36.32.

Blake Jensen runs a leg of the relay for Emery.

In the relays, Emery finished fifth in the 4X100 relay. The team consisted of Madison Jensen, Allie Stokes, Shalae Cox and Jasha Hinkins. Emery finished third in the 4X400 relay. Running for the Spartans were Shalae Cox, Jacie Fasselin, Shala Pitchforth and Camille Fehlberg. Emery won the medley relay. Running were Madison Jensen, Josie Hayward, Jessica Jensen and Rebecca Bott.

Results of the field events are Madison Jensen finished third in the high jump at 5'. Jalee Jensen, the softball shortstop, took third in the long jump at 15'10.5" and Jasha Hinkins took sixth at 15'5.5". Billie Jean Reed was sixth in the javelin at 84'3".

Scoring for the boys were Eric Waddoups in the 110 Hurdles. He finished second in 16.05. Kyle Holmes was fifth in 19.48 and McKay Allred was sixth in 19.78. Tate Jensen won the 400 in 51.30 and Tyler Killpack was fourth in 53.01. In the 300 Hurdles, Waddoups was second in 42.05, Allred was third in 46.29, Levi Swasey was fourth in 48.52 and Holmes was fifth in 49.30. Tyler Killpack was second in the 800 at 2:06.60 and Justin Bernard was fifth in 2:15.84.

In the relays, the medley team finished third, the 4X100 team finished fourth and the 4X400 team finished first. Running on the winning team were Eric Waddoups, Blake Jensen, Tyler Killpack and Tate Jensen.

On the medley team were Kassidy Thompson, Cole Bunderson, Joaquin Ortega and Jex Jensen. On the 4X100 team were Kassidy Thompson, Joaquin Ortega, Eric Waddoups and Tate Jensen.

In the field events Zac Clements was fifth in the shot put at 40'7". Clements won the discus with a throw of 144'11" and Tylor Christmas was third at 121'2". Clements was also fifth in the javelin at 146'. Cole Bunderson was fourth in the high jump at 5"6". Tate Jensen was second in the long jump at 20'8.5" and Kassidy Thompson was fifth at 20'0.5".

State is this Friday and Saturday at BYU.


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