Sarah Feeny breaks her own state record

Sarah Feeny breaks her own state record


Sarah Feeny breaks her own state record


Ogden, Utah, senior runner Sarah Feeny broke her own state record in the 1,600 meters at the 4A state meet on Friday by five seconds, lowering it from 4 minutes, 50.04 seconds to 4:45.13, the fastest time by a U.S. high school girl this season.

That alone would have been impressive, but the future University of Utah runner also won the 3,200 meters in 10:13.86, beating the previous record by 9.2 seconds and won the 800 meters in 2:10.40, just short of the state record.

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She also led her team to a title in the girls medley relay. Taking the baton with a deficit of about 40 meters, she still managed to take the lead and Ogden won with a time of 4:10.56.

Feeny leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the ALL-USA Performances:

Patton Collie, baseball, Deer Creek, Edmond, Okla.

Senior right-hander, who has signed with Colorado School of Mines, threw his first high school no-hitter in the state 5A semifinals on Friday, leading his team to a 10-0 defeat of Claremore.

VIDEO: Collie discusses his no-hitter

Morgan Day, girls lacrosse, Kennard-Dale, Fawn Grove, Pa.

Junior midfielder had 16 goals in a two-game stretch, scoring nine, with four assists, in a 24-11 defeat of Hershey on May 15 and seven goals with one assist in a 19-13 defeat of Hempfield (Landisville) on May 13.

Ricky Faure, track and field, Rock Springs, Wyo.

Senior, who has signed with Wyoming, won the 800 meters at the 4A West regional on Friday, finishing in 1: 49.41, the fastest outdoor time for a high-school athlete this season.

Dior Hall, track and field, George Washington, Denver, Colo.

Senior ran a 13.09 in the state 5A 100-meter finals on Saturday, besting the previous state record of 13.23, set in 1996. Hall’s time is the third-fastest for a U.S. high school girls athlete.

VIDEO: Hall at the 2013 IAAF World Youth Championships

Connor Hoppe, swimming, Golden Valley, Merced, Calif.

Senior, who has signed with Cal, set a national public high school record with a time of 53.06 seconds to win the 100 breaststroke at the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Championships on Saturday. The old mark of 53.24 was set by Andrew Seliskar of Jefferson (Alexandria, Va.) in February.

VIDEO: Hoppe sets national record

Alex LaPolice, baseball, New Canaan, Conn.

Junior outfielder hit a walk-off grand slam in a 7-4 defeat of Trumbull on Wednesday.

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Quinn Rawson, baseball, Puyallup, Wash.

Senior, who has signed with New Mexico, had two homers, including a grand slam and eight RBI, in a 15-2 defeat of  Todd Beamer (Federal Way) on Saturday.

VIDEO: Rawson taking batting practice

Hennessey Stuart, swimming, Regis Jesuit, Aurora, Colo.

Senior, who has signed with North Carolina State, won all four of his events in the state championship Saturday, winning the 200-yard individual medley, the 100 backstroke and swam on winning teams in the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays. 

Abbey Weitzel, swimming, Saugus, Santa Clarita, Calif.

Junior set national records to win the 50 freestyle (21.99) and 100 freestyle (47.91) in the CIF Southern Section meet. She also swam the leadoff leg in the winning 400 freestyle relay and lowered the 100-meter record to 47.82.

VIDEO: Weitzel swimming the 100-meter backstroke


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