Utah Girls Track & Field AOY: Sarah Feeny

Utah Girls Track & Field AOY: Sarah Feeny

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Utah Girls Track & Field AOY: Sarah Feeny

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THE WINNER: Sarah Feeny

THE BASICS

School: Ogden (Utah)
Grade: Senior
Event: Middle-distance and distance running
Height: 5-foot-6

Athletic achievement: She won the Dream Mile at the adidas Grand Prix with a time of 4:39.23 which ranked as the No. 1 performance among prep competitors in 2014 at the time of her selecton. Feeny won three individual state championships at the Class 4A state meet this spring and led the Tigers to a third-place finish as a team. She won the 800-meter run in 2:10.40, the 1,600-meter runs with a state-record time of 4:45.13 and the 3,200 in 10:13.86, also a state record. Feeny contributed to another gold medal by running the anchor leg on Ogden’s 1,600-meter distance medley relay team, coming from 50 meters behind on her 800 leg to break the tape. She is ranked in the top 40 nationally among prep competitors in 2014 in the 800, 1,600, 3,000 and 3,200 and concluded her prep track career with nine state titles.

Academic excellence: Feeny has maintained a 4.0 GPA.

Exemplary character: A long-time student of the piano, she has volunteered locally at the Ogden Nature Center and as a peer tutor for a special education student. She has also donated her time with the United Way and as a youth track coach.

THE PRAISE

“For the last two years, Sarah has been nothing short of dominant,” said Brett Andrus, head coach of Mountain View. “I have never seen her take a race off. She is never content to sit back and run with the pack until the last 100 meters and just out-kick people. She seems to always be trying to run her best and challenge herself.”

THE FUTURE: Feeny has signed with Utah.

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