Payden Montana aims for the shot/disc double and some of the nation's top javelin throwers are set to take flight!
Articles with Penncrest
Jordan Geist has graduated, ushering in a new era of shot putting in PA.
Rusty Kujdych will be shooting for outdoor gold, but Noah Beveridge is hungry for a state crown.
We go event-by-event looking at the girls' championship sections and who to watch for from Pennsylvania.
Saint Joseph's Prep has the depth to go after 4x2 and 4x4 wins, while the 4x8 and DMR have no clear favorites.
The DVGTCA and TFCAofGP have their Meet of Champions and the TSTCA has its championship meet.
The Carnival is once again stacked and we previewed every event!
The Millrose Games, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and another Kutztown meet make up another big weekend!
A Friday TSTCA meet, along with the Dr. Sander Invitational, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and Franklin & Marshall are set for this weekend!
Thelma Davies put forth an amazing performance in the sprints, while Christina Warren, Abby Norwillo, Armonte Paulk, and Kristian Marche looked very strong.
It's a busy weekend ahead with meets at Penn State, The Armory, Ocean Breeze, Dickinson, Haverford and more!
Some big performances were put down in the last big PA invite of 2017.
Plenty of big names are slated to appear at Lehigh on Wednesday!
Rusty Kujdych leads a talented group of 3K returners.
12 girls enter this year with indoor times from last year under 2:20.
Rusty Kujdych and Noah Beveridge are the individual favorites, while Seneca Valley, LaSalle, Downingtown West, Council Rock North, Butler, Owen J. Roberts, and Spring Ford are among the teams in the mix.
Recapping another big week of XC action!
Manhattan, Mack Cooper, Mid-Penns, Central Leagues, PHAC, & more are on tap for this weekend!
Recapping another big weekend with meets at William Tennent, DELCOs, Gettysburg, Ridgway and more!
DELCOs, William Tennent, TSTCAs, Ridgway, Salesianum, Gettysburg & more headline another big week of XC action in PA!
Recaps from a busy week and telling Week 5 of PA XC action!
It was a great 2011-2012 in both cross country and track across the Keystone State. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically... so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
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Upper Dublin is the AAA boys best shot at denying North Penn a 2nd straight XC title, but other teams are lurking. Perkiomen Valley senior Jimmy Tarsnane is the top-returner from last year with a 8th place finish. Brad Miles, a North Penn junior, has run a 15:24 5k and should have a shot of finishing in the top-3 as he leads North Penn on another quest to stand atop the podium.
Ryan Whiting, Osayi Osunde, Karen Shump and Eric Sparks dazzled their audience in their respective field events at the 2005 PIAA Track & Field Championships. But only one played an entirely different type of field event on the same weekend. PennTrackXC.com interviewed all four...
There was rain and wind, but there were also some top-notch performances in the Lion Invitational - now known as the Larry Simmons Invitational in memory of Penncrest\'s great coach
It was another record-setting day at the Great Valley Relays. The sky and track were blue, so good things were bound to happen.
PA teams were at the NYC Armory on Monday 2/7 for the 168th St. Varsity Classic, and they utilized the fastest track in the world.
In the Long Jump, Conwell-Egan\'s Steve Slaton covered 22-02 before hitting sand. The jump is PA#2.
Penncrest\'s Karen Shump had thrown over 40\' twice in this, her first season of high school competition. But a PR of 2\' 5-1/2\" is huge.
A mini-invasion from New Jersey, as athletes from Camden and Lenape took most of the individual sprints and the 3200. But PA\'s athletes were closer than a second in most. More...
The 55 hurdles and the 200m were the hot events of the day. Chichester\'s Carrington Queen took the hurdles in a blazing 7.5, and Conwell Egan\'s Steve Slaton held off the closing speed of Penncrest\'s Andrew McCloskey, with both men going 23.2. Penncrest\'s Mike Morganti had more success in the shot put, continuing his undefeated streak in league competition with a throw of 51-05.
Don\'t sit on the entrance end of the stands at indoor states this year if you want to see some great shot putters. Four of the season\'s best showed how it\'s done once again, led by the super frosh Karen Shump of Penncrest.
The life and accomplishments of coach Larry Simmons will be recognized at a ceremony during halftime of the Penncrest-Upper Darby boys basketball game on January 28.
Steve Slaton made a huge impact at Lehigh the TFCAGP D2 Meet. Penn Charter\'s Kamal Marrel ran a quick 60m Hurdles. In the long jump Steve Henkelman took the win. Germantown Academy posted a fast 4x800. Penncrest\'s Mike Morganti won the shot. And Bill Lordan of Great Valley ran a 9:10.8 3000-meter for the victory.
A US#11 Long Jump from Great Valley\'s Janessa Murphy. More standout performances from the girls of West Catholic. And some fast times in the 3000 and DMR.
The 4x800 is picking up pace, as North Penn posted a PA#2 time. Brandon Turner, North Penn, became the 3rd PA athlete over 44\' in the Triple Jump. Andre Burton took the 55, and two guys broke 8 seconds in the 55 Hurdles. More...
Karen Shump is making quite an impact among the state\'s shot putters, and with a throw of 40-08, she\'s now US#3. Strath Haven\'s Lisa Vienneau is now US#7 in the mile. Haverford SR Julia Somers set a big PR in the 3000. Penn Wood\'s Simone Carter was a double champ. The 800 was quick, as well...
Brandon Lane of the High School of Engineering & Science in Philadelphia, joined the state leaders in the 60 Hurdles. Germantown Academy took the DMR.
Great Valley senior Janessa Murphy is hitting her stride this indoor, taking the state lead in the Long Jump and also winning the 55 Dash. Krista Simkins went 25.5 to win the 200. Frosh Ryann Krais won again. West Catholic, behind dual 2:22\'s from Nicole Leach and Latavia Thomas, ran 9:48.1 to win the 4x800. And Frosh Karen Shump put the shot 39-00.