Spencer Williams of Beaver placed sixth overall (2:03.31) in the boys’ 800-meter run. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Saturday, Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network athletes and schools made their final preparations for their respective region meets by competing against some of the best athletes throughout the Intermountain West at Robison Track to conclude the BYU Invitational. May 4, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU Invitational: Day 2 Ronnie Walker of Juab took the girls’ 400-meter dash crown (25.89 seconds), Jade Wimmer of Gunnison Valley placed second (26.12) and Delta’s Megan Atkinson finished sixth (27.12). In the girls’ 100-meter hurdles, Savannah Nielson of Delta placed second (15.99 seconds) and Melissa Crane of Richfield finished third (16.10 seconds). Tags: Track For the girls, North Summit edged Delta for the team title, 65-64 points. Juab placed third with 39 points, Panguitch finished fourth with 38 points. Richfield placed seventh with 31 points and Millard tied Morgan for 10th with 23 points. Kambree Fuller of Panguitch placed sixth in the girls’ shot put (34-05) while Karlee Eyre of Panguitch finished fourth (106-10.75) in the girls’ discus. Hayden Harward of Richfield took the title in the boys’ 1600-meter run (4:18.41). In the girls’ long jump, Richfield’s Melissa Crane (17-08.50) won the crown, with Juab’s Ronnie Walker (17-07.75) and Emilia Anderson (16-06.50) placing second and fourth respectively. Kaitlyn Hemond of Beaver (16-07.50) finished third. Millard’s boys finished fourth in the medley (3:50.34). The Eagles were represented by Carson Brunson, Sam Marshal, Kaleb Dearden and Jaren Camp in this event. The Beaver boys placed fourth in the 4 x 400 relay (3:34.16). In this event, the Beavers were represented by Jaden Fails, Turner Williams, Spencer Williams and Hunter Carter. The Delta girls won the 4 x 100 relay title (49.28 seconds). The Rabbits were represented in this event by Jordyn Nielson, Savannah Nielson, Adi Nielson and Megan Atkinson. Delta’s Jaymen Brough (40.25 seconds) took the crown in the boys’ 300-meter hurdles. Finally, in the boys’ javelin, Juab’s Zac Cowan (174-11.25) finished second. For the boys, Beaver placed ninth with 29 points and Delta placed 12th with 24 points. The boys’ winner was Mountain View (Wyo.) with 75.5 points. In the boys’ 400-meter dash, Kade Jensen of Richfield (50.14 seconds) placed second with Oran Finlinson of Delta (51.73 seconds) and Cameron Franklin of Valley (52.83 seconds) finishing fourth and sixth, respectively. Written by Josh Blauer of Manti placed fifth in the boys’ 110-meter hurdles (15.80 seconds). Taylia Norris of Panguitch won the girls’ 1600-meter run title (5:13.36). Audrey Camp of Millard placed fourth (5:20.49) and Juab’s Marissa Hall placed eighth (5:32.07). Norris also won the girls’ 800-meter run crown (2:20.23). Millard’s Katy Kelly (2:23.58) finished fourth overall and Hall again placed eighth in this event for Juab (2:28.64). In the girls’ medley, Milford placed third, setting a new school record with a time of 4:29.05. The record-breaking Tigers were Alexa Walker, Teigyn Fields, Taylor Alger and Kinley Spaulding. North Sanpete’s Isabelle Hightower won the title in the girls’ 100-meter dash (12.78 seconds) edging Ronnie Walker of Juab (12.82). Valley’s Cameron Franklin placed fourth (11.59 seconds) in the boys’ 100-meter dash. Adi Nielson of Delta won the title in the girls’ 400-meter dash (57.71 seconds) besting Gunnison Valley’s Jade Wimmer (58.15 seconds). Millard’s Audrey Camp (59.71) and Katy Kelly (59.84) finished fifth and sixth, respectively. Nielson also won the girls’ 300-meter hurdles crown (45.52 seconds). Melissa Crane of Richfield placed second (47 seconds) and Savannah Nielson of Delta finished third (47.27). Brad James Cameron Franklin of Valley finished fourth (22.69 seconds) in the boys’ 200-meter dash. Braden Heaton of Valley tied for fourth in the boys’ high jump (6 feet).