Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Girls Two-Mile Time Trial

 The Girls Team held their 2-mile time trial this morning at Timberline Jr. High.

Results:(Last year's time at AFJHS)

1.Avalon Mecham, 12:07 (12:21)

2.Avery Moore, 12:33 (12:51)

3.Abigail Barlow, 12:35 (14:06)

4.Hazel Baird, 12:38 (13:15)

5.Natalie Jensen, 12:39 (12:32)

6.Sadie Hess, 12:47 (13:06)

7.Kailey Hopkins, 12:50 (12:54)

8.Audrey Wright, 12:57 (13:56)

9.Natalia Boltz, 13:02 (13:36)

10.Milly Wood, 13:07 (13:30)

11.Millie Baird, 13:35 (14:03)

12.Aubrey Westover, 13:36 (13:46)

13.Alyssa Kleinman, 13:42 (15:54)

14.Alyssa Stratton, 13:46 (13:57)

15.Lily Jensen, 14:13 (16:48)

16.Brielle Lee, 14:13 (15:02)

17.Sariah Jackson, 14:18 (14:08)

18.Kaylee Hollingsworth, 14:24 (15:18)

19.Kayley Kerr, 14:29 (16:34)

20.Jenna Corbridge, 14:35 (16:00)

21.Jillian Adamson, 14:58

22.Tyler Dunkley, 14:59

23.Jenna Lee, 15:02 (13:47)

24.Anna Harrison, 15:17 (14:05)

25.Abigail De Oliveira, 15:19 (15:50)

26.Becca Rose, 16:12

27.Hailey Derrington, 16:20 (16:12)

28.Eleanor Bourget, 16:22

29.Melia Grundvig, 16:33

30.Shelby Clegg, 17:12 (17:47)

31.Rachel Fletcher, 19:11

32.Ella Cedarstrom, 20:10

33.Marianne Cox, 20:11

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Locker room rules for the coming school year.

For the Utah County Health Department:

2. Use of lockers and locker rooms
The following is the response from the UCHD about lockers and locker rooms. If lockers are used, they should not be shared with another student. There is a concern about social distancing and a lot of crowding around lockers. Locker rooms have been approved for use. PE teachers and coaches should remind students to wash their hands after they change back into their clothing. PE lockers should be used to change into clothes that the student brought for their class/activity, not to house clothing for a period of time. Clothes should be taken home and washed daily.

Monday, August 3, 2020

This Friday and UHSAA News

This Friday, the Cavemen are traveling to Cedar Fort for their annual run at Coach Hunziker's House. The girls will be leaving AFHS at 6:15 AM, while the boys will be leaving AFHS at 6:30 AM. Don't be late and we will need parents to help drive athletes.

The UHSAA just published return to play guidelines for coaches, athletes, and spectators (parents).
UHSAA General Best Practices and Guidelines 
1. No shaking hands before/after game. 
2. Players/coaches on bench/sideline are highly recommended to wear masks. 
3. Fans are encouraged to wear masks when social distancing isn’t feasible. 
4. Understand and practice school/district and local health protocols for COVID-19 prevention and tracking. 
5. Place signage in facilities to inform participants/spectators on protocol and best practices. 
6. Any players, coaches, or spectators who are sick shall not be engaged in practices and/or contests. 

UHSAA Sport-by-Sport Specific Best Practices and Guidelines 
Cross Country General Considerations: 
Social distancing of at least 6 feet should be maintained at all times. 
No hugging, shaking hands, or fist bumps for support/encouragement. 

Cross country meets should consider using staggered, wave or interval starts. 
Possible Rule Modifications: 8-1-3a: Consider widening the course to at least 6 feet at its narrowest point. 
Finish: • Consider using finish corrals and FAT timing for larger meets as easier to distance at finish. • With no FAT timing system consider alternative means of finish place and time to address congestion at finish line. • Consider using image-based equipment at finish to assist with picking place to avoid congestion. • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and exercise equipment. 

Pre and Post Game Ceremony: Establish cross country specific social distancing meet protocols including the elimination of handshakes before and after the match. 
Considerations for Coaches: Communicate your guidelines in a clear manner to students and parents. Consider conducting workouts in “pods” of same students always training and rotating together in practice to ensure more limited exposure if someone develops an infection. 
Keep accurate records of those athletes and staff who attend each practice in case contact tracing is needed. Considerations for Students: 
• Consider making each student responsible for their own supplies. 
• Students should wear their own appropriate workout clothing (do not share clothing), and individual clothing/ towels should be washed and cleaned after every workout immediately upon returning home. 
• Hand sanitizer should be plentiful at all contests and practices. 
• Athletes should tell coaches immediately when they are not feeling well. 
• Cloth face coverings are permitted. 
• Bring your own water bottle. 

Considerations for Parents (A family’s role in maintaining safety guidelines for themselves and others): 
• Make sure your child and immediate household members are free from illness before participating in practice and competition (if there is doubt stay home),
 • Provide personal items for your child and clearly label them. 
• Disinfect your students’ personal equipment after each game or practice. 

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Boys Mile Time Trial

This afternoon, the boys had their mile time trial at the AFHS track. It was sunny and 102 degrees.
(2019 time)

1.Nate Jaster, 4:24.2 (4:35)
2.Brayden Packard, 4:25.8
3.Kooper Dibb, 4:31.2 (4:37)
4.Samuel Nelson, 4:31.9 (4:38)
5.Nate Hess, 4:38.7 (4:40)
6.Tim Spiesman, 4:43.2
7.Jayden Fitzgarrald, 4:44.1 (5:20)
8.Kaden Pack, 4:45.9
9.Joshua Hernandez, 4:52.1
10.Kyler Nelson, 4:52.6 (5:45)
11.Ryan Jolley, 4:54.5 (4:48)
12.Chase Evans, 5:07.6
13.Dylan Crowther, 5:09.9 (5:17)
14.Adam Eck, 5:01.9
15.Jared Thomas, 5:04.9 (5:55)
16.Ethan Herzog, 5:11.4 (5:19)
17.Ben Bradshaw, 5:18.0
18.Owen Nelson, 5:24.7
19.Warren Hansen, 5:24.7 (6:08)
20.McKay Miner, 5:40.4
21.Jackson Cloward (8th), 5:45.1
22.Ryker Shanklin, 5:45.5
23.Carter Moore, 5:48.2
24.Derek Corbridge, 6:21.0
25.Ethan Allred, 6:21.2

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Girls Mile Time Trial

The Girls Team ran their mile time trial this morning.
1.Avalon Mecham, 5:19
2.Avery Moore, 5:28
3.Hazel Baird, 5:29
4.Abigail Barlow, 5:29
5.Natalia Boltz, 5:30
6.Sadie Hess, 5:32
7.Audrey Wright, 5:32
8.Natalie Jensen, 5:35
9.Kailey Hopkins, 5:39
10.Milly Wood, 5:40
11.Millie Baird, 5:47
12.Alyssa Stratton, 5:58
13.Aubrey Westover, 6:04
14.Sariah Jackson, 6:05
15.Brielle Lee, 6:06
16.Kaylee Hollingsworth, 6:09
17.Lily Jensen, 6:10
18.Kayley Kerr, 6:17
19.Jenna Corbridge, 6:18
20.Tori Stratton, 6:19
21.Jenna Lee, 6:22
22.Tyler Dunkley, 6:24
23.Anna Harrison, 6:40
24.Annie ???, 6:52
25.Abby De Oliveira, 6:52
26.Hailey Derrington, 6:53
27.Melia Grundvig, 7:04
28.Eleanor Bourget, 7:15
29.Shelby Clegg, 7:44
30.Rachel Fletcher, 8:24
31.Marianne Cox, 8:59

The boys will have their mile time trial tomorrow afternoon.

The Grinder Week #8

Congratulations to Freshman Millie Baird. She earned her "I Conquered The Grinder" t-shirt with a time of 10:28.

Friday, July 24, 2020

Speedy Spaniard 10K

Several Cavemen participated this morning in the Speedy Spaniard 10k road race in Spanish Fork. (2019 time)
11.Sam Nelson, 32:44 
15.Kooper Dibb, 33:09
Bandit, Nate Hess, 33:44 (34:11.8)
26.Tim Spiesman, 34:43 (36:30.9)
34.Will Merkley, 35:18
44.Seth Smith, 36:52
46.Kyler Nelson, 36:56
50.Adam Eck, 37:52