Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Utah State Championships

The Cavemen will race tomorrow at the Utah State XC Championships held at Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake City (2100 S. 1500 E.). The bus will leave AFHS at 12:00 Noon. Jr. High Students are excused at 11:30 AM, and AFHS athletes at 11:45 AM. We will set up our camp on the usual spot on the south side of the creek. JV should bring $15 for dinner at Chuck-a-Rama  (400 S. 744 E.) after the meet. Varsity athletes will have their dinner paid for by the coaches.
Race Schedule:
Time Schedule 
1A Girls 10:30 a.m.
2A Girls 11:00 a.m.
3A Girls 11:30 a.m.
1A Boys 12:00 p.m.
2A Boys 12:30 p.m.
3A Boys 1:00 p.m.
4A Girls 1:30 p.m.
5A Girls 2:00 p.m.
6A Girls 2:30 p.m.
4A Boys 3:00 p.m.
5A Boys 3:30 p.m.
6A Boys 4:00 p.m.

Resultswill be published on runnercard.com 

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Alumni Report

Several AFHS Alumni contributed to their team success this weekend.

At Pre-Nats, held in Louisville, Kentucky, 4 former Cavemen helped BYU win with only 41 points on the 8000m course:
6. Connor McMillan, 23:13
7. Casey Clinger, 23:17
12.Clayton Young, 23:25
37. Brayden McLelland, 23:23:48

Sara Musselman placed 3rd in the Women's 6K Black Race in 21:10 to help BYU's B-Team place 2nd.

Weber State finished 13th out of the 41 teams with the help of Tyson Green in 136th with a time of 24:46.

Joe Simmons placed 7th at the ISU Invite in Pocatello, Idaho. He ran 19:07 for the 5.6k course.

Sammy Hollingsworth placed 26th in 21:07 for 4th place UVU in the 6k invitational race at the Bronco Invitational in Santa Clara, California.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The Grinder

On Monday, the boys did their Pre-State Grinder.
Congratulations to Cole Phillippi. He earned a pair of spikes by running 7:52.
Also congratulations to Ethan Kelley who earned his Grinder shirt by running 8:19.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Region IV Championships Results

We appreciate the coaches, parents, and administrators who helped at the Region IV Cross-Country Championships held yesterday at AFHS.

Results Link

The boys were Region Champs for the 11th time. Dalton Brems was the individual Region Champion.

The Girls placed second to Lone Peak, advancing to State. Lexi Wright was the individual Region Champion.

The boys JV took the first 10 spots, with Joe Corbridge as individual JV Champion.

Five AF girls placed in the top 10 of the Girls JV Race. Brooklyn Hopkins was individual JV Champion.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Region IV Championships

American Fork High School will be hosting on Friday, October 6th the Region IV Cross-Country Championships. It is the same 5000m Course as we ran at Pre-Region.

The top 4 teams and top 3 individuals will advance to the State Championships at Sugarhouse Park on October 18th.

Schedule of Races:
3:30  Girls J.V. Race
4:00  Boys J.V. Race
4:30  Girls Varsity Race
5:00 Boys Varsity Race
5:30 Awards Ceremony

Link to results

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Park City Results

The Cavemen rested their top 7 on Friday, and ran their top 10 JV in the 3 mile  Park City Invite Varsity Division ending up in 5th place. I was held at Quinn's Junction at 6670 ft. altitude. Complete Results
20.Ben McBride, 16:19
27.Ethan Kelley, 16:26
29.Andrew Baird, 16:26
38.Aidan Nielsen, 16:45
42.Logan Evans, 16:49
43.Justin Herzog, 16:49
44.Joe Corbridge, 16:49
49.Nathan Wright, 16:51
63.Casey Chamberlain, 17:06
66.Nathan Hess, 17:08

JV Boys Results:
2.Dylan Rawlings, 16:59
4.Caleb Westover, 17:10
15.Robert Richards, 17:31
23.Andrew Jolley, 17:45
28.Kyle Livingston, 17:52
30.Kooper Dibb, 17:58
35.Samuel Nelson, 18:06
40.Caleb Crowther, 18:12
56.Brayden Blackhurst, 18:35
84.Mason McQuivey, 19:01
194.Jordan Schanze, 20:35
224,Joshua Brockbank, 21:07
295.Jared Leavitt, 22:03

Sunday, September 24, 2017


The Boys Team will be racing this Friday afternoon at the Park City Invitational.
Quinns Junction Sports Complex
600 Gillmore Way
Park City, UT (right off Highway 40 Exit 4)
Directions: take the highway up Provo Canyon, through Heber City, and past Jordanelle Reservoir.

Welcome to the 9th annual Park City Invitational. Our course is a 3 mile challenging cross country course on grass and dirt trails. The footing is excellent for most of the course, and you cross pavement only for a few steps. The course is one loop with the finish repeating the start. A very good spectator course and a good tune-up for region and state.
There will be individual medals (top 10) for JV and Varsity, and team trophies (top 2) for both days.

PM Session Schedule
4:00PM: Open race for coaches, middle school, parents, community
4:30PM: Girls JV
5:00PM: Boys JV
5:30PM: Girls Varsity (10 runners)
6:00PM: Boys Varsity (10 runners)

Sunset: 7:09PM