Other highlights from the weekend include:
* Price from West Covina, Calif., also won the long jump with a mark of 19-6.
* Darrion Brooks from Kent, Wash., placed first in the 60 dash (6.85) and triple jump (47-10).
* Medgar Evers Track Club won both the 4x200 (1:40.85) and 4x400 (3:48.07) relays.
* Trinity Wilson from Oakland, Calif., placed first in the 60 hurdles (8.28) for the third time in three years. It was also her personal best mark and not far off the national indoor record of 8.16, set by Jacqueline Coward at the 2008 Simplot Games.
* Senior Susannah Hurst, of Holladay, Utah, won her second consecutive 3200 title. Her winning time was 10:50.54.
* Erik Harris, a junior from Twin Falls, Idaho, took the gold in the boys 1600 with a time of 4:16.89.
* Austin West, a senior from American Fork, Utah, took home the gold medal in the boys 3200 with a personal best time of 9:16.17.
* Sophomore Tyler Smith from Wetaskiwin, Alberta, won the boys 800 run in 1:56.06. Smith ran 1:55 in qualifying for the finals. Smith wasn't the only prep north of the border to claim victory as Jenna Westaway, a junior from Calgary, took home the gold in the girls 800 run in 2:12.77.
* Senior Paula Andrie (Gillette, Wyo.) cleared 12 feet to win the girls pole vault.
* Lauren Crocket (Ogden Track, Utah) won the girls high jump at 5-6.
* Andrew Dunkleberger (Marietta, Ga.) took the gold in the boys weight throw at 69 9-5. He edged teammate Glauser by an inch. Their Throw1Deep teammates placed third through fifth with throws ranging from 67-9 to 61-9.
* Dana Levy, a senior also competing for Throw1Deep, took first in the girls shot put at 46-11, a personal best for her. Like their male team counterparts, Throw1Deep also placed in the top five spots.
* Senior Matt Sullivan (Caldwell, Idaho) won gold in the boys pole vault clearing 15-6.
* Ciarra Brewer (Mission Valley, Calif.) sailed 42-3, which is 54 inches farther than second place finisher Danielle Williams, in winning the girls triple jump.
* The Gardena Core Speed team (Serra of Gardena, Calif.) won the boys 4x200 meter relay in 1:29.03, clipping five seconds off their time in the Friday preliminary.
* San Jose's South Bay Express captured the boys 4x400 meter relay in 3:24 - four seconds better than qualifying time.
* Junior Christine Scott (Denver) took home the gold in the girls 200 dash with a time of 24.75. Scott is a three-year veteran at the Simplot Games. The first six finishers were underclassmen.
* Darian Smith (Darius High School, Chicago) won the boys 200 dash with a time of 21.72.
* Andy Rounds (Salt Lake City) placed first in the boys 400 in 48.49.
* Syracuse Track Team (Utah) captured the boys medley relay in 3:40.35, narrowly edging Fort Collins Track Club (3:40.41).
* According to Wade, more than 1,700 athletes came from across the United States and Canada to participate in this year's Simplot Games and did so in front of a three-day record crowd of 14,000 (3,000 each Thursday and Friday and 8,000 on Saturday).