Here are the top results for the Bear River track team at the state 3A track championships at BYU in Provo.
In the 200 meter dash for girls, Candice Buttars recorded a 26.06, which was good enough for 11th overall, but just out of qualification for the finals. Whitney Wilcox came in at 27.14, for 15th overall.
Whitney Wilcox qualified for the finals in the 100-meter dash as the #6 runner. She had a time of 12.89. The top time was 12.44. Candice Buttars came in at 13.26 for 16th place and Tara Christensen ran 13.36 for 17th. The Bear River A team took the #2 seed into the finals of the 3A 4×100 meter relay.
The team of Candice Buttars, Tara Christensen, Sadie Croney, Wilcox and Misty Fonnesbeck turned in a time of 50.26. The top time was 49.19. In the girls 400 meter, Wilcox advanced to the finals as the #2 seed with a time of 58.45. The top seed came in at 57.93. Brett Smart just missed qualifying in the 110 meter hurdles by .24 seconds. He came in 10th place, one spot out of the finals with a time of 16.24. The top time was 14.67. He also finished 9th in the high jump at 5′ 9″. The winner was at 6′ 3″. He took 14th in the 300 hurdles at 42.96. The top time was 39.34.
Candice Buttars took 8th in the long jump at 16′ 2.5″. Terrell Womack took 17th at 14’11.5″. The winner’s jump was 17′ 9.75″. In the girls’ shot, Womack took third overall with a toss of 37′ 2.75″. Courtney Morgan took 5th at 35′ .5″. The top throw was 43′ 10.5″. Branson Fonnesbeck took 15th overall in the discuss at 113′ 3″. The winner was at 160′ 8.25″.
In the girls 100 meter hurdles, Rylee Perry finished 18th overall with a time of 18.82. The winner’s time was 15.71. The girls’ medlay relay team of Wilcox, Christensen, Croney, Fonnesbeck and Buttars took 11th place at 4:31.69. The top time was 4:03.22.