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Honors Earned at Middle School Intramurals Cross Country Race

The Draper Park Vikings raided the trophy table at the Canyons District Middle School Intramurals Cross Country Championship Race.

The school dominated the ninth-annual event, held Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, at Union Middle.

First-place overall trophies were awarded to both of the Draper Park Middle boys and girls teams. Students from the Draper-area school took home 11 of the 24 individual trophies. 

Second place went to the Indian Hills girls and Butler boys teams. Third place went to Butler girls and Eastmont boys teams. 

The cross-country race includes the top three male runners and top three female runners in each grade from all eight CSD middle schools.

The event marks the beginning of the 2017-2018 CSD Middle School Intramurals season. Now in its ninth year, the CSD intramurals program offers students competitive athletic and academic events in which everyone is welcome to participate.

This year, students also will participate in chess, 3-on-3 basketball, and soccer.

Individual cross country winners are: 

Boys Individual Results

Top 3 Overall

  • McKay Wells – Draper Park
  • Steve Oler – Draper Park
  • Adam Kohlmann – Butler

Top 8th Grade Boys

  • Steve Oler – Draper Park
  • Adam Kohlmann – Butler
  • Tanner Partridge – Draper Park

Top 7th Grade Boys

  • Andre Engh – Draper Park
  • Brighton Birth – Eastmont (tie)
  • Tyler Goldfine – Mount Jordan (tie)
  • Jacob Tanner – Eastmont

Top 6th Grade Boys

  • McKay Wells – Draper Park
  • Grayson Milne – Draper Park
  • Patrick Toone – Butler 

Boys Team Results

  • Draper Park
  • Indian Hills
  • Butler

Girls Individual Results

Top 3 Overall

  • Caroline Rupper – Butler
  • Breanne Kennard – Draper Park
  • Ella Feinauer – Union

Top 8th Grade Girls

  • Caroline Rupper – Butler 
  • Ella Feinauer – Union
  • Avery Hartey – Draper Park

Top 7th Grade Girls

  • Chelsey Morton – Indian Hills
  • Teya Snowder – Union
  • Blair Walkbilling – Butler

Top 6th Grade Girls

  • Breanne Kennard – Draper Park
  • Sarah Seamons – Eastmont
  • Kelsey Diciana – Draper Park 

Girls Team Results                                                                                                       

  • Draper Park
  • Butler
  • Eastmont

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