Tuesday, April 22, 2014


QUOTE # 1 - The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare.  Juma Ikannga 1989 NYC Marathon winner
Quote # 2  - It is not what you do in practice that makes CHAMPIONS it is what you do the next 24 hours. Meb Keflezighi - 2014 Boston marathon winner

         It has been a great season thus far. Both the boys and the girls have worked so hard and by doing so you have put yourself  in the drivers seat to finish very high at state. It is crunch time. The next three weeks will determine if we are going to reach the pinnacle of achievement in our sport. We have within our grasp something that will never be forgotten and never be taken away.
       We have no control of the other teams but we have 100% control over ourselves. Do the little things outside of practice to guarantee success today. Tip - 1) SLEEP SLEEP SLEEP 2) Limit Stress 3) Ice, roll-out, stretch 4)  EAT RIGHT. If you do these things we will be champions. We control our destiny this year.

Good Job this year Go Silverwolves


Looking ahead BYU is next Friday May 2 and next Saturday May 3 - This is a limited participation event with only 50 TOTAL  events available to Riverton for Both Boys and Girls combine - Please confirm your status regarding this event - Those that will be in competition will be posted Monday of next week!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Taylorsville and BYU Heptathalon and Decathalon

BYU result click HERE
Taylorsville click HERE

We sent a few athletes to Taylorsville and to the BYU Multi event meet. There were some good performances at both meets.

It is that time of the season where a lot of people are setting Personal Bests. Our fitness level is increasing and we are getting familiar to racing.This is the time of the season were you start breaking away from your limits.

Personal Best -  From April 19 Weekend:

Every Distance runner ran a Person Record. 
Kim Adair - Set a 15 Second PR in the mile to run around a  6:05
Weston Ford - 1500M [4:54.30]
Britney Whalin - Set a Pr in the 1600 by about 6 seconds
Ammon Baker, Courtand Rausch, Duncan Forrest, Braden Robbins all PR'd in the Mile
Craig Bluth had a huge PR in the 800 running a great 2:05
Andrew Dutton, Michael McLean, Derick Smith - all ran PR's in the 800
Kirsten Spencer PR High Jump 5' 0.75"
Weston Ford PR Long Jump 20' 10"
Braden Morrill PR High Jump 5' 10" [placing third in the meet]
Heptathlon - Kirsten Spencer - 3298
Decathlon - Weston Ford - 4862

Mr. Austin Gomez ran a blazing 300m Hurdles taking 7th place and PR by about 1 second.

Mitchell Wood  PR'ED by over a foot in the Long Jump Jumping 19' 7" and took 4th overall in the meet. His PR was 18' 0" prior to this accomplishment - It was his first invitational he has been to. To score points and jump the distance he did [he recorded three jumps of 19' or better] was very impressive.

Great Job Riverton way to work hard!!!

Looking Towards Davis Invitational this Saturday April 26...! [All day event]

Friday, April 18, 2014

Taylorsiville Invite and BYU Multi-Event Meets

The bus will leave Saturday 4/19 @ 7:15am.

Click HERE for info on the Taylorsville meet
Click HERE for information on the BYU Multi-Event Meet

Congratulations are in order for Rivertons successful Decathlon & Heptathlon athletes
- Weston Ford Decathlon        4862 points - placing first in both the Long & High Jumps
- Kirsten Spencer Heptathlon   3298 points - placing second in the Long Jump

   It was a great two day effort for both!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Distance work-outs over the break

Workouts over the break will be at 8 am. Meet at the school.
Tomorrow we will meet on the Jordan river trail for a aerobic refresh.

Sunday, April 13, 2014


We had some great running happen this week

For Arcadia Results Click HERE
For UHSTCA Results Click HERE

Arcadia Invitational 

400 boys

Michael ran a 47:7 Breaking the 400 school record and is now ranked 12 in the nation
Clay ran a 47:9 setting a season best and is now ranked 20th in the nation
Brandon ran a 49.34 setting a season best

4*400 Boys Team ran a 3:16.22 taking 3rd overall. Ranking them top 17 in the country
4*400 Girls team ran a season best of 4:04.91


Mckayla Morgan ran some amazing times and PR and is now national ranked in the mile and 3200.
3200  - 10:45 and now ranked  62
1 miles - 4:59 and is ranked 21st in the nation

Brady Early
3200 - ran a 9:15 and is ranked in the top 100 in the nation


The meet went really well with a lot of kids setting personal best. 

Alec Abrocrombie won the 400 on a windy day just missing state qualifying running a PR of 51.22
Alec also took 4th in the 200 and hit a state qualifying mark but it was wind aided. 
Sam Coleman won the mile with a blazing last lap finish.
Rylee wood ran an 13:17 and with our almost fully up to date database is our fastest freshman 100 runner of all time.
Katie Christopersen ran a 5:36, 1600 putting her 3rd fastest freshman in the mile of all time. She only 5 seconds behind our current phenom Mckalya Morgan as a freshman.  There is still 4 weeks left to go in the season. Putting that freshman record within reach.
Parker Jacobsen was third in a star studded field in the Long Jump with a distance of 20' 1.75"
Tess Williams won the girls pole vault and set a season best of 7'
As a whole our team looks good. We have good runners and throwers in every event. We have a lot of good young kids setting age school record. 


Thursday, April 10, 2014

Arcadia Invitational

A few of our athletes are running down in California this weekend.

To watch their races click HERE

400 M Dash  - Brandon Walker - 2:28PM
4*400 - Bre, Lexi, Kylee, Bailey  -   4:21 PM
Invitational Mile - Mckayla Morgan - 6:49PM
Invitational 400 - Michael and Clay  - 8:09pm
Seeded 3200 - Brady Earley - 9:06
Invitational 3200 - Mckayla Morgan -  9:40PM
Invitational 4*400 - Michael, Clay, Brandon, Mckay - 10:46PM

Riverton @ Herriman Duel Meet

Here is a link to the result. Video will be up 4/10 at 8pm. 

Click HERE