Emily Cornelison has the best throw in the shot put among Division IV schools. (Photo courtesy of Bill Harris)

Emily Cornelison has the best throw in the shot put among Division IV schools. (Photo courtesy of Bill Harris)

By Bill Harris Lund High School

The Lund Mustang trackers have been improving their marks and preparing for the region meet in three weeks. Senior Emily Cornelison looks to three-peat as shot put state champion.

Her PR of 38-5 is the best throw among Divsion IV schools this season and 6 feet better then the next best throw. Her discus throw of 101-7 is also tops in Division IV. Her teammate, senior Victoria Montoya, has the third best shot mark at 31-3. She is also in the top 10 for the 100m hurdles. The girls 4×100 and 4×200 relay teams (Ciera Jensen, McCall Harness, Kelsea Reid, Sammi Cornelison) have the best times so far among Division IV schools with 56.98 seconds and 2:03.91 respectively.

Jensen and Reid also appear in the top 10 times for the 200-meters and Reid in the 100-meters.

For the boys, senior James Harris has the best Division IV 300-meter hurdles time so far this season with a PR of 45.36 seconds and is in the top six in the 110-meter hurdles, long jump and triple jump. The boys 4×100 relay team (Seth Hooley, Brandon Creason, Skylar Madsen, and Harris) have the fourth best time at 49.77 seconds.

The Mustangs will compete at the White Pine Invitational April 26, then at the BYU meet May 3-4 to tune up for the regional meet in Las Vegas May 10-11.

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