4/7 WKND: Long US#4 Discus-Reinhardt US#4 Jav-Brown US#9 TJ | Futch US#4 300H

 

Central Bucks East graduate Josh Izewski, running for the University of Florida, won the 5000 meter run at the Florida Relays with a winning time of 14:02.57!

 

04/04

 

Larry Simmons Invitational

Penncrest
 
Caela Williams of Penn Wood won the 400 meter dash (PA#3 57.94) and the 200 meter dash (PA#4 25.48). Kristen Miller of Strath Haven ran a PA#2 time of 2:16.90 to win the 800 meter run. Penncrest ran a PA#2 time of 49.65 to win the 4x100 meter relay. Penn Wood became the first PA team to brak 4 minutes in the 4x400 meter relay with a winning time of 3:59.09. Strath Haven ran a PA#2 time of 4:02.74 to finish 2nd. Nazirah Jones of Penn Wood jumped 36 feet to win the triple jump.

For the boys, Eric Futch of Penn Wood moved up to US#4 in the 300 meter hurdles with a winning time of 37.23! Wellington Zaza of Strath Haven ran a state leading time of 10.76 to win the 100 meter dash and a PA#5 time of 22.38 to win the 200 meter dash. Kristen Hunter of  Penn Wood ran a PA#2 time of 49.90 to win the 400 meter dash. Penncrest went 1-2-3-4 in the 800 meter run led by a 1:58.71 win from Patrick Miller. Jack Huemmler of Strath Haven ran 4:22.70 to win the 1600 meter run and earn PA#4 honors. Chris Williams of Strath Haven ran 14.13 to win the 110 meter hurdles and cleared 14-6 to win the pole vault. Derrick Dawson of Ridley cleared 6-7 to win the high jump. Strath Haven ran 43.38 to win the 4x100 meter relay, while Penn Wood (PA#2 3:23.78) and Penncrest (PA#3 3:25.04) went 1-2 in the 4x400 meter relay.
 

Media, PA

RESULTS POSTED

 

Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery by Jack Huemmler

04/04

 

Rustin Invitational

West Chester Rustin 
 
Aaron Willett of Coatesville won the 110 meter hurdles (14.1 finals, 14.32 prelims) and the 300 meter hurdles (38.50). Coatesville topped the state list in the 4x400 meter relay with a winning time of 3:23.73. Ross Kim-McManus of Unionville jumped 21-10 to win the long jump.

For the girls, Ellie Pollock of Avon Grove jumped 17-7.50 to win the long jump and earn PA#4 honors. Coatesville ran 49.87 to win the 4x100 meter relay and 4:04.24 to win the 4x400 meter relay. Both marks earned PA#3 honors. Dayne Simone of Lower Moreland threw 124 feet even to win the javelin.
 

West Chester, PA

RESULTS POSTED

04/05 -
04/07

 

Colonial Relays

College of William & Mary
 
Lasalle won both the distance medley relay (US#11 10:24.35) and the 4x800 meter relays (PA#1 7:59.06)! West Chester Henderson was 2nd in both relays, running 10:36.62 in the distance medley, and a PA#4 time of 8:03.91 in the 4x800 meter relay. Great Valley was 3rd in both relays, running 10:43.46 in the DMR, and 8:07.39 in the 4x800. Elise Claffey of Great Valley finished 4th in the mile with a time of 5:14.56, and the Great Valley girls distance medley ran 12:54.94 to finish 2nd and ran a PA#2 time of 9:41.33 to finish 2nd in the 4x800 meter relay.
 

Williamsburg, VA

COLLEGIATE & HS

RESULTS POSTED

04/05

 

Slippery Rock University Open

Slippery Rock University
 

Slippery Rock, PA

RESULTS POSTED

COLLEGIATE

 

04/06 -
04/07

 

Millersville Metrics

Millersville University
 

Millersville, PA

COLLEGIATE

RESULTS POSTED

04/06 -
04/07

 

Sam Howell Memorial Invitational

Princeton University
 

Princeton, NJ

COLLEGIATE

RESULTS POSTED

04/07

 

1st Annual Georgian Court U. Girls Invitational

Georgian Court University
 

Lakewood, NJ

RESULTS POSTED

COLLEGIATE

04/07

 

Carnegie Mellon University Quad Meet

Carnegie Mellon University
 

Pittsburgh, PA

RESULTS POSTED

COLLEGIATE

04/07

 

Chestnut Hill Academy Invitational

Chestnut Hill Academy  
 
Germantown Academy ran 10:51.6 to win the distance medley relay. Haverford School ran 3:36.6 to win the sprint medley relay. Penn Charter ran 3:29.8 to win the 4x400 meter relay. Tom Pitt of Malvern cleared 6-5 to win the high jump.
 

Philadelphia, PA

RESULTS POSTED

04/07

 

Council Rock Kiwanis Invitational

Council Rock North  
 
The wind was kicking strong, but the sun was shining and the performances at the Council Rock Kiwanis Invitational suggested that most teams have taken advantage of the nice weather March and early April have given them.

The good performances started right off the bat with the Hatboro Horsham duo of Sam Hibbs (15:24.21) and Conner Quinn (15:25.20) provided a cross country flash back for their opponents. Hibbs has been running strong since late indoor, while Quinn is coming off of an injury that cut his indoor season short. Hibbs and Quinn stayed alive with the front pack for a sub 10 minute 3200 meter split. Hibbs took control of the race in the final 800 meters, while Quinn came from the back of the lead pack to earn 2nd in the final 30 meters.

Another running coming back from a long layoff was Upper Moreland's Drew Magaha. This meet was his first invitational competition since his return from mono in January. Magaha was looking to run a qualifying time for the Penn Relays, and from the gun, Magaha took off, fighting the wind to take the lead early in the 1500 meter run. After a 400 meter split of 60 seconds, the wind started playing a factor in the race, as the 30+ MPH wind gusts was right in his face on the back stretch. After fighting the wind, the final lap showed that despite missing time, his speed is there, surging to a strong US#3 performance of 4:00.10. Magaha was certainly looking closer to the Magaha of old that dazzled the crowd at Shippensburg last spring at states.

Other highlights from the meet include a 1-2 finish from the Pennridge duo of Austin Kohler (PA#3 1:56.22) and Joey Logue (PA#4 1:57.53) in the 800 mete run and a 1-2 finish in the 3000 meter run from Sam Aziz (8:52.68) and Lyle Wistar (8:53.14) of Germantown Friends. Shacor Hamilton of Cardinal O'Hara proved that he can run fast no matter what lane he is in. Running on the outside lane (lane 7), Hamilton ran a PA#2 time of 10.83 to win the 100 meter dash and finisned 2nd in the 200 meter dash behind Ryan Hynes of Central Bucks South. Hynes ran 21.89, while Hamilton ran 21.91. Both times are PA#1 and PA#2 this season. Bensalem ran two impressive relays, running a PA#3 time of 8:03.19 to earn a wire to wire win in the 4x800 meter relay, and then capped off the afternoon with a PA#4 time of 3:25.39 to win the 4x400 meter relay. In the field, Seyram Avakame of Bensalem won the triple jump with a PA#2 mark of 47-11.25, and Corey Smith of Central Bucks West cleared 14-9 to win the pole vault.
 

Newtown, PA

RESULTS POSTED

VIDEO INTERVIEWS

Sam Hibbs and Conner Quinn, Hatboro Horsham

 

Drew Magaha, Upper Moreland

 

Shacor Hamilton, Cardinal O'Hara

 

Austin Kohler and Joey Logue, Pennridge

04/07

 

Lafayette v. Lehigh Dual

Lafayette College
 

Easton, PA

RESULTS POSTED

COLLEGIATE

04/07

 

PW Colonial Relays

Plymouth Whitemarsh   

Photos by Charles Stone
 
Norristown girls ran a new state leading time of 49.27 to win the 4x100 meter relay. Central Bucks West ran a PA#2 time of 4:00.90 to win the 4x400 meter relay.
 
 
 
Cardinal O'Hara took over the state lead in the 4x800 meter relay with a winning time of 9:35.64. Central Bucks South set a meet record in the distance medley with a time of 12:32.04. For the boys, Spring Ford ran a PA#2 time of 8:00.87 to win the 4x800 meter relay, and Archbishop Ryan won three field event relays, taking gold in the long jump, triple jump, and pole vault relays.
 
Diamond Hodge of Girls High took over the state lead in the triple jump with a mark of 38-5.50. Ciara Andrews of Cheltenham earned a PA#4 mark in the long jump with a mark of 17-8. Emma Sullivan of Methacton cleared 11 feet in the pole vault. For the boys, Andrew Scanlan of Spring Ford threw 176-3 to win the javelin.
 

Plymouth-Whitemarsh, PA

RESULTS POSTED

 

PHOTO GALLERIES


Photo Gallery by Charles Stone


Photo Gallery by Patty Morgan

 

VIDEO INTERVIEWS

Norristown Coach Milton Williams

 

Norristown Girls 4x100 Meter Relay

 

Upper Dublin Sprint Medley Relay

 

Taylor and Justine Morgan Triple Jump

04/07

 

Selinsgrove Classic

Selinsgrove
 
Selinsgrove, PA
04/07

 

University of Pennsylvania Invitational

University of Pennsylvania
 

Philadelphia, PA

RESULTS POSTED

COLLEGIATE

 

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