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High school track: Park City's Chrissy Glasmann breaks state record at Pine View Invite

Published: Monday, March 31 2014 2:54 p.m. MDT

Park City junior Chrissy Glasmann set a new state javelin record at the Pine View Invitational last weekend. (Tom Smart, Deseret News file photo) Park City junior Chrissy Glasmann set a new state javelin record at the Pine View Invitational last weekend. (Tom Smart, Deseret News file photo)

ST. GEORGE — Little sister one upped big sister on Saturday.

Park City junior Chrissy Glasmann broke the state javelin record at the Pine View Invitational over the weekend, eclipsing the state record set by her sister Megan Glasmann last season.

Chrissy Glassman’s throw of 160’06 was over four feet further than her sister’s best throw last season of 156’03. The oldest Glasmann is now throwing at Stanford, but before she graduated the sisters helped lead Park City to the 3A state championship last season.

Megan Glasmann didn’t set her state record until late April of her senior season. With two months left in this season and all of next year as well, it’s crazy to think how far the younger Glasmann may throw the javelin before she graduates.

It was mom Niki Glasmann who first put a javelin in Megan's hands when she was 8 and her sister Chrissy was 6 — an act that elicited from Megan a huge eye roll, as did taking it to the park and throwing it around. (Lee Benson, Deseret News) It was mom Niki Glasmann who first put a javelin in Megan's hands when she was 8 and her sister Chrissy was 6 — an act that elicited from Megan a huge eye roll, as did taking it to the park and throwing it around. (Lee Benson, Deseret News)

Glasmann also won the discus on Saturday at Pine View to lead Park City to a second-place finish behind Herriman.

The defending 4A state champion Mustangs, who made the jump to 5A this season, won seven events to run away with the girls team title in St. George. Lucy Biles dominated the distance events winning the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters for Herriman. Biles’ times in the 1,600 and 3,200 are the best in Utah this season.

Kaysha Love (100), Abbie Brecht (high jump) and Amarissa Hawker (shot put) were Herriman’s other individual winners.

Sophomore Love is eying the state record in the 100 meters this year, and she posted a strong time of 12.20 as she works toward that goal.

Desert Hills’ Olivia Leavitt also had a strong showing winning the 300 hurdles with the fastest time in Utah this year.

On the boys side, Brandon Kinsey, Cam Dopp and Max Mauldin won individual events as Woods Cross edged Richfield for the team title. Herriman, Desert Hills and Alta rounded out the top five.

Six of the best boys performances in the state so far this season were recorded at the Pine View Invitational: Lehi’s Zac Morris (200), Alta’s Kramer Morton (1,600), Skyline’s Jack Evans (3,200), Herriman’s Kyle Strauss (110 hurdles), Dopp (300 hurdles), Lehi’s Trevor Bursach (high jump)

Boys teams scores

1. Woods Cross, 90; 2. Richfield, 85; 3. Herriman, 66; 4. Desert Hills, 55; 5. Alta, 49; 6. Lehi, 43; 7. Wasatch, 33; 8. Timpanogos, 32; 9 (tie). East, Skyline, 25.

Individual boys winners were as follows:

100 meters — Dallon Didericksen, Stansbury, 11:02

200 meters — Zac Morris, Lehi, 21.90

400 meters — Brandon Kinsey, Woods Cross, 49.21

800 meters — Kramer Morton, Alta, 1:56.10

1,600 meters — Kramer Morton, Alta, 4:21.22

3,200 meters — Jack Evans, Skyline, 9:25.76

110 hurdles — Kyle Strauss, Herriman, 14.64

300 hurdles — Cam Dopp, Woods Cross, 39.32

High jump — Trevor Bursach, Lehi, 6’06

Long jump — Riley Cunningham, Richfield, 20’09.00

Shot put — Daven Russell, Kanab, 56’01.75

Discus — Blake Kvarfordt, Desert Hills, 164’05.50

Javelin — Max Mauldin, Woods Cross, 171’11

4x100 relay — Richfield, 43.67

4x400 relay — Woods Cross, 3:28.00

Sprint medley relay — Lehi, 3:38.06

Girls team scores

1. Herriman, 139; 2. Park City, 80; 3. Cedar, 74; 4. Timpanogos, 57; 5. Desert Hills, 43; 6. Richfield, 32; 7. Emery, 26; 8. Dixie, 25; 9 (tie). Wasatch, North Sanpete, 20.

Individual girls winners were as follows:

100 meters — Kaysha Love, Herriman, 12.20

200 meters — Ashlynn Allred, Emery, 25.33

400 meters — Bonnie Curtis, Richfield, 59.31

800 meters — Lucy Biles, Herriman, 2:18.60

1,600 meters — Lucy Biles, Herriman, 4:54.16

3,200 meters — Lucy Biles, Herriman, 10:37.98

100 hurdles — Tenille Rhodes, Cedar, 16.09

300 hurdles — Olivia Leavitt, Desert Hills, 45.65

High jump — Abbie Brecht, Herriman, 5’04

Long jump — Abby Taylor, Desert Hills, 18’00.50

Shot put — Amarissa Hawker, Herriman, 40’03.00

Discus — Chrissy Glasmann, Park City, 103’07.50

Javelin — Chrissy Glasmann, Park City, 160’06

4x100 relay — Herriman, 49.24

4x400 relay — Timpanogos, 4:13.36

Sprint medley relay — Timpanogos, 4:21.40

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