Talkin's XC is a quick Q&A with top PA runners, and includes Striders... some of their favorites things you'll find very interesting.
Dallas senior Regan Rome has had a remarkable career at Dallas in her first three years. Rome has been a medalist each of her first three years in XC, twice in AAA and...
Four Pennsylvania harriers are among the top 25 in the country in the latest Saucony Elite 50 produced and published by the MileSplit national site.
Elk County Catholic senior Kennedy Weisner enters her final year of XC with a champion's resume. Her best year to date was last year as a junior when she won her...
Cross Country is back! Opening week has come and gone, and here is a quick run down on all the action!
They say that when you compete against the best, the best gets brought out of you.
Week 2 of the PA Cross Country season will be the opening weekend for many teams across the state. PennTrackXC will host the 5th edition of their annual cross country...
Additional InformationMS Races start a little later to give MORE TIME for course walk-throughs
Online Registration closes Friday, August 30 at 9:59 PM, 2013, or when the meet reaches capacity. Payment by check, mailed to PennTrackXC.com, 63 Colfax Road, Havertown, PA 19083, is due by Tuesday, September 3, 2013. If you can't make this deadline, please contact Don Rich to make other arrangements.
Course Map with location of Trainers, Registration, Concessions, Little Blue Houses (Porta-Potties), and Parking.
Rolling, fun, nationally certified 5000 meter all grass and trail two-loop (clockwise/counter-clockwise) course. Varsity and JV do the 5K course. Middle School/Junior High will be one 2500m loop.
Select Quotes from all the compliments we received in 2012.
Class act. Thx so much.
Mike Schuster, Osbourne Park, VA
The course was outstanding, maybe the best I have ever seen. The competition for us in the gold races were all we could handle, and the parking and facilities were first rate. The set up yesterday was much better than many of the NY State meets I have attended in my 30 years of coaching.
Bernie Gardner, Honeoye Falls-Lima, NY
I had several seniors approach me after their race and say this was one of their favorite courses they have run in high school.
Russell Coleman, Hatboro-Horsham Boys
Your meet was AWESOME!
Sharon Weisner, Elk County Catholic
Sanctioned for NY, NJ, DE, MD, WV, OH, VA and others, as needed.
$110 per varsity gender
$60 per JV gender
$60 per Middle School gender
$25 per individual
Varsity A and B races - 8 entries max each race
Junior Varsity and Middle School - Unlimited
9:00 - Middle School/Junior High - Boys & Girls Race
9:25 - Middle School Awards
9:30 - Varsity Girls Gold (top section)
10:00 - Varsity Boys Gold (top section)
10:30 - Varsity Girls Blue
11:00 - Varsity Boys Blue
11:30 - Varsity Gold & Blue Race Awards
12:00 - JV Girls
12:30 - JV Boys
1:00 - "JV" Awards
Place your varsity in the race where you believe you will get the best competition. The A race is the "hot" one. In its first four years, the meet hosted six future Foot Locker Finalists, including 2010 national champ Aisling Cuffe of NY, PA's Sara Sargent of Pennsbury in 2009, and PA's own Angel Piccirillo of Homer Center in 2010 and 2011, the latter in which she earned all-American; plus Brendan Shearn of North Schuylkill, and Regan Rome of Dallas and Kennedy Weisner of Elk County Catholic in 2012. Both Rome and Kennedy are expected to return in 2013.
Open to individuals - $25 per athlete
Friday course preview 3:30-6:00 PM
Awards, Per Race:
Race Team Individual
MS and JV: 1 Team Award per race, 15 Individual Awards per race
Varsity: 3 Team Awards per race, 20 Individual Awards per race
Host Hotel: Hampton Inn, Route 100, Allentown
Across Rt 100 from the 2011 Meet Headquarters. Better rate... better breakfast.
There are limited rooms, so please book early.
$89, up to four per room, hot breakfast included. Deadline for room rate is August 10th.
CLICK HERE TO MAKE YOUR HOTEL RESERVATIONS - ENTER THE GROUP CODE "PT5" TO RECEIVE THE SPECIAL RATE.
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