Beetdiggers News · Don’t Forget to Vote Larry H. Miller in Sandy November Athlete of the Month


You only have two more days to vote for the Larry H. Miller in Sandy Athlete of the Month. Cast your vote before voting closes Wednesday at 11:59PM. 

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Below are the nominees:

Boys:

Noah Jenkins – Cross Country: Herriman High School

Noah set the 6A State Freshman record at the State Cross Country meet, with a time of 16:01

Jake Hayward – Cross Country: Jordan High School

Jake has been an incredible leader on our cross country team. Despite struggling this season with heath issues he lead by maintaining a positive outlook in sport/life, continued to work hard throughout the season and focused on the growth of others (athletic and social).

Kaleb Hamblin – Football: Riverton High School

Kaleb was a beast on the defensive end of the field this year. Leading the team in tackles and coming up with some very important interceptions for touchdowns.

Kaleb also plays basketball and is an excellent student.

Girls:

Sara Wimmer – Swimming: Bingham High School

Sara has excelled both in the pool and in the classroom. Sara has swam varsity for all four years of her high school career and has made substantial improvements in her swimming skills as well as her leadership skills. She has emerged as an exceptional leader for the team through her hard work and dedication to practice and working on her leadership skills both in and out of the pool. Sara has excelled in both breaststroke and IM and battled some mental demons in both of those races. This adversity has allowed her to grow on a personal level to be a much more well rounded young adult.

Addi Bruening – Cross Country: Herriman High School

Addi is a great example of what hard work and dedication can do. She went from an average varsity runner as a freshman to being top 10 at State. She does all of the little things and works hard to stay ahead of her competitors.

9th at State in 18:44

Rivers Johnson – Rivers: Corner Canyon High School

Broke her record in the 200 IM