Jaslyn Gardner, of Enterprise, won the 100-meter dash Saturday in Hershey, Pa., in the 13- to 14-year-old division.

HERSHEY, Pa. — Jaslyn Gardner of Enterprise, Utah, won the girls 100-meter dash at the Hershey's Track and Field North American Final on Saturday.

The 13-year-old's win in the 13- to 14-year-old girls race was the top performance of 13 Utah athletes competing in divisions of ages 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14. To qualify for the meet, the competitors won state and regional meets.

William Prettyman, 12, of Salt Lake City, and Heidi Samsion, 10, of Springville, both placed second in their races (100 meters and 400 meters, respectively). Taylan Whitehead, 10, of Santa Clara, took third in the 50-meter dash while Utah's youngest participant, Ethan Peterson, 9, of Farmington, took third in the 400 meters.

Other Utah participants include:


Hunter Bentley, 10, St. George, 6th in softball throw

Travis Feeny, 14, Ogden, 10th in 800 meters

Matt Kitchen, 13, St. George, 5th in softball throw

Collin Reid, 14, Mapleton, 6th in 200 meters

Joshua Taylor, 12, Lehi, 4th in 400 meters


Caitl Butterfield, 14, South Jordan, 8th in 1,600 meters

Emme Leavitt, 12, St. George, 4th in 800 meters

Sadie McGinn, 12, Provo, 6th in standing long jump

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