Pennsylvania Track & Field and Cross Country News
Council Rock North tops the list of returning teams in PA headed into the XC season.
Villa Maria have their sights set beyond districts, while DuBois looks to defend in AAA. A new champ will be crowned in A.
Check out the preseason rankings for the girls of District 10
Parkland returns a lot from 2016, but can they hold off Easton and others? Central Catholic looks to repeat, but it won't be easy!
Who are the top ten District 11 boys teams by classification?
Will Easton's depth be enough to hold off the a tough Stroudsburg team? What will it take for NDES and ACC to defend titles?
Easton Area will look to add another District 11 crown in AAA, while there should be some close team battles in AA and A.
We should have a great battle in AAA between the usual powers, while Bonner & Prendie and Masterman are heavily favored in AA and A.
Here are the top ten boys teams in District 12 by classification.
PTXC breaks down the team battle in District 12 for the girls.
Here are the top ten teams by classification for District 12.
One of northeast's premier cross-country meets will be held on Sept. 23-24 at Goddard State Park in Warwick, R.I. Meet will feature middle school and high school races.
Germantown Friends' Nick Dahl will go for a repeat state title and Germantown Academy's Abbe Goldstein shoots for a big senior season.
Bishop Shanahan's Josh Hoey has a new team, but he is still favored in AAA. Look out for '15 champ Callahan Lennon in AA and Jack Miller in A.
All three District 1 champs from 2015 return: Aislinn Devlin (AAA), Katie Irelan (AA), and Emma Seifried (A)
The former Abington standout took sixth in her first-ever Olympic final.
The Bethlehem Catholic and Penn State graduate took second place to USA's Ryan Crouser
Abington Heights' Katie Dammer is favored in AAA, while Dallas' Rebecca Balara looks to win AA despite not being a Rome. Holy Cross's Lexi Walsh tries to repeat in A.
Noah and Sam Affolder will make a big impact on AAA, while a York Suburban duo will takeover as favorites in AA.
Ali, of Philadelphia, is an Olympic Medalist in the 100m hurdles.
The Abington graduate posted a big PR to advance to the finals at the Rio Olympics.
Warrior Run's Tori Ross goes for three straight D4-A titles, while the race in AA is much more wide open.
The former West Catholic standout ran 12.76 to easily get to the next round
The Abington grad took second in her preliminary heat in Rio, but was DQ'd. upon protest, she's back in!
Nick Feffer leads a new look State College team in AAA. A Somerset Area duo looks for success in AA, while junior Sam Cunkelman of Homer Center look to repeat in A.