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5A boys’ cross-country: American Fork grabs fourth title in a row

Prep cross-country » Alta’s Kramer Morton won in 15 minutes, 13 seconds.

By Richard Winter

Special to The Tribune

First Published Oct 17 2012 07:35 pm • Last Updated Feb 07 2013 11:31 pm

There was a time when Alta junior Kramer Morton felt intimidated just to be on the same course with runners from American Fork and Davis.

Morton put those doubts aside and came to the 5A meet with the intention of turning back all challengers. He accomplished that feat, winning by 5 seconds.

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"I came here today to win," Morton said. "If it didn’t happen, I wasn’t going to be too upset, but I didn’t want to settle for anything less."

The American Fork boys won for the fourth consecutive year.

Top 10 individuals

1. Kramer Morton, Alta, 15:13; 2. Brayden McLelland, American Fork, 15:18; 3. Alex Hedquist, Davis, 15:21; 4. Conner McMilan, American Fork, 15:30

5. Tyson Green, American Fork, 15:36; 6. Brayden Cromar, Davis, 15:43; 7. Zac Jacklin, American Fork; 15:45; 8. Brady Earley, Riverton, 15:56;9. Clay Lambourne, Riverton, 15:57; 10. Erich Olschewski, Bingham, 15:59

Top five teams

1. American Fork 29; 2. Davis 54; 3. Riverton 74; 4. Bingham 125; 5. Alta 142

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