While pole vaulters Andrew Rademacher and Eric Sparks were competing in Philadelphia, the Hickory T&F program put on a pretty nice meet of their own with some exceptional performances. Fore LeBoeuf's Marc Borgia set a meet record in that very event, winning the boys' Pole Vault by clearing 14'. The 3200 was won by West Middlesex senior Josiah Leuenberger in a quick 9:32.93, also a meet record. And a third meet record was set by the Fairview HS 4x800 squad, going 8:10.56. Double winners included Terrell Davis, a Farrell sophomore, taking the 110 and 300 Hurdles in 16.17 and 42.97. And Ben Woods of the host Hornets, captured the Shot Put (50-01.00) and the Discus (144-07). In girls' action, Kari Hedderick, a Fort LeBoeuf sophomore, set a meet record by going 58.40 in the 400. She took second (12.54) in the 100, edged by Farrell junior Angela Harris (12.50). Meet records also came from Brittany Maun, Reynolds soph, 5-06 High Jump; Hickory soph, Mandy Carine, 10-00 Pole Vault; and Natalie Clickett, Union City soph, 128-04.50 Discus. Redbank Valley's Gretchen Colwell also broke the MR with a throw of 125-06. Hickory junior Jessica Pissini won the Shot Put with 37-02.50 toss.