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04/01 Rustin Invitational

West Chester Rustin

McKenna Keegan of Avon Grove continued her hot streak by running her 2nd state leading performance in under a week! This time around, she ran a state leading time in the 400 meter dash. The defending state champion ran a solo 57.55, which is almost a full second ahead of the rest of the state!

Karli Visconto of Nazareth Academy won the 1600 meter run in a comfortable 5:07.49. Val McLaughlin of Ridley took over the state lead in the long jump with a huge personal best of 18-6.

For the boys, Evan Sing of Penncreat threw 185-1 to win the javelin.

Girls Highlights

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West Chester, PA

04/02 Chartiers-Houston Mixed Relays

Chartiers Houston

Houston, PA
04/02 Knights Invitational

North Penn

Akeim Thomas of Upper Darby became Pennsylvania's first sub 15 second 110 meter high hurdler of the young season, winning the event in a state leading 14.90. The Upper Darby 4x100 meter relay were also victorious with a time of 43.43. Nicholas Marino of Hatboro Horsham cleared 14-3 to win the pole vault.

Boys Highlights

Lansdale, PA


04/03 -


Colonial Relays 2015

College of William & Mary

Josh Hoey of Downingtown West finished 5th in the one mile run with a state leading time of 4:19.97!

Conestoga boys also recorded a state leading mark, winning the boys distance medley relay with a time of 10:31.27. St Joe's Prep finished in a close 3rd place in 10:33.81.

For the girls, Lila Holmes of Conestoga won the 200 meter dash in 26.23 and ran 1:00.39 to finish 2nd in the 400 meter dash. Marissa Holl of Upper Dublin ran 2:21.71 to finish 3rd in the 800.

On Saturday, Downingtown West boys soared to the top of the state list in the 4x800 meter relay with a winning time of 7:55.09, the 4th fastest time in the country this week! Andrew Marston of Conestoga ran 8:39.42 to win the boys 3000 meter run. Upper Dublin girls ran a PA#3 9:44.57 to finish 2nd in the 4x800 meter relay. Ally Rome of Dallas finished 5th in the 3000 meter run in 10:32.55

Girls Highlights

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Williamsburg, VA



28th Annual Council Rock Kiwanis Invitational

Council Rock North

The indoor state champion Cheltenham Panthers were the big winners at the windy Council Rock Invitational, a meet that features several college contested events such as the 1500 meter run and the 400 meter hurdles.

That was where John Lewis stole the show! The Clemson signee gave his future school something to be very excited about. Lewis won the 400 meter hurdles in a NATIONAL LEADING TIME of 53.80! The mark was .9 second better than David Marrington of Neshaminy, who ran a US#2 54.70!

Lewis didn't stop there! Lewis competed in the 400 meter dash and won the race with a state leading 48.42, the only FAT sub 50 performance so far this season!

Joining the party was Christian Brissett, who won both the 100 (10.80) and 200 meter dashes (21.91) with state leading performances! Cordell Richardson got into the winning spirit, taking the gold in the 110 meter hurdles in a state leading 14.78.

Outside of the Cheltenham show, Kevin James of Cardinal O'Hara won the 3000 meter run in 8:45.76. Rock Fortna of Central Bucks West won the 800 meter run in a PA#2 1:57.93. Rivals Central Bucks East ran a PA#3 8:06.59 to edge out PA#4 Pennridge (8:07.93) in the 4x800 meter relay.

Boys Highlights

Newtown, PA



9th Zephyr Relays


Whitehall, PA



Diamond State Relays

Alexis I. DuPont High School

Norristown girls finished 2nd in the 4x100 (51.09) and 4x200 meter relays (1:48.39). Penn Wood ran 4:12.81 to win the 4x400 meter relay. Amelia Ali of Bensalem won the shot put with a mark of 37-2.50.

For the boys, Penn Wood earned three third place finishes in the 4x200 (1:33.84), the 4x400 (3:33.84) and the 4x800 meter relays (8:37.26). They did win the shuttle hurdles in 1:18.49.

Girls Highlights

Greenville, DE



Dunbar's Crimson Tide Invitational R

Dunbar High School

Dennison Moore of Imhotep finished 8th in the 100 meter dash in 11.38. Teammate Ade Roundtree ran 22.95 to finish 6th in the 200 meter dash.

Washington, DC



PW Colonial Relays

Plymouth Whitemarsh

Neumann Goretti girls went to the top of the state list in the 4x400 meter relay with a winning time of 3:58.36 to hold off North Penn (4:01.63). North Penn did win the 4x1 (49.16) and finished 2nd in the 4x2 to Paul Robeson's 1:46.04 and 2nd in the 4x8 to Cardinal O'Hara's 9:45.52. Alison Jones of Archbishop Ryan jumped 18-1 to win the long jump. Erin Sample of Nazareth Academy threw 37-8.75 to win the shot put.

For the boys, Chris Stone of Springfield Montco cleared 6-4 to win the high jump. Archbishop Ryan ran 3:29.79 to win the 4x400 meter relay. Spring Ford ran 10:57.95 to win the distance medley relay.

Girls Highlights

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Plymouth-Whitemarsh, PA



Selinsgrove Classic



SELINSGROVE -- The Selinsgrove Classic proved to be a cold and windy affair but the athletes that went away happy found a way to use, adjust or just ignore it.

A total of 15 meet records were broken, eight on the girls side and seven on the boys.

Mount Carmel sophomore Maura Fiamoncini threw 141-8 in the javelin despite the swirling wind on the runway.

"It was tough because everything was coming right back at you if you threw it up," she said. "I usually throw it a little higher but I had to adjust."

Fiamoncini's meet record throw has been part of an impressive season start. In her opening dual the sophomore threw 138-2, improving to a personal best 146-6 a few days before the Selinsgrove invite.

Lewisburg senior Jenna Farmer broke records in the 1,600 (5:11.65) and 800 (2:23.08).

"I really didn't know what time to expect especially with the weather today," she said.

But with competitors like Warrior Run's Tori Ross, her main focus was the 1,600.

"There is so much talent in this district. I was hoping it would be a great race and I think it was."

In the biggest surprise of the girls side Selinsgrove senior Alexis Auman set a new record in the 100 high hurdles (16.09) in what turned out to be her first hurdle race -- ever.

"The reason I did start the hurdles is to improve my triple jump," said Auman who was a 2014 AAA triple jump qualifier. "I wanted to get my phases longer."

Three-stepping her way to victory, the jumper who also set a meet record in the long jump and won the triple jump said, "It's really fun to do."

Other meet records were set by Williamsport's GeZoriea Amos in the 200 (26.18), the Williamsport 400 relay team of Amos, Gabby Thomas, Sarah Hill and Heaven Maeshack (51.56) and Central Columbia's Lindsay Carl in the high jump (5-3).


Bloomsburg sophomore sprinter Jehvel Hemphill set new marks in the 100 (11.02) and 200 (22.93)

"The wind was in my face in the 200," he said. I had to stay low to fight through it.

"I had a pretty good start and the thing that helped was my top end speed around the last corner."

The boys 110 high hurdles and 300 intermediates turned out to be a battle of Milton, versus Southern Columbia standout Luke Rarig.

In the 110s Milton junior Ian Nieves broke what was Rarig's 2014 record (15.52) with his time of 15.10. Rarig placed second with a time that also was better than the record (15.27.)

"I wanted it so bad," said Nieves. "I was thinking who wants it more."

In the 300s Milton's Josh Guthrie took first, (41.50) Nieves second (42.24) and Rarig third (42.45).

"I'm really good at working with the wind," said Guthrie. "That corner with the wind is where I won it."

Selinsgrove's Brody Beiler also used the wind to help him win the 1,600 (4:36.06)

"I just went out there fast," he said. "You've got to play the wind a little bit -- hit the headwind hard and use the tailwind."

Mount Carmel's David Fletcher was philosophical about his win in the 800 (2:06.94).

"The wind was terrible. The last back stretch was brutal," he said. "It still wanted a better time but you can't do much better with wind like this. You just have to push through it."

Meet records also came from Mifflinburg's Brian Zimmerman in the 400 (50.80), Williamsport's Qayyin Ali in the high jump (6-6); the Mount Carmel 3,200 relay team of Tom Moser, Nate Bartos, Fletcher and Ciaran Fisher (8:29.60) and the Milton 1,600 relay team of Blake Wargo, Nieves, Guthrie and Wade Heidel (3:33.58).

Girls Highlights

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Selinsgrove, PA




Dave Labor Invitational

Slippery Rock University

Slippery Rock, PA



Carnegie Mellon Quad

Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh, PA




Lafayette College

Easton, PA



Millersville Metrics

Millersville University

Millersville, PA



Muhlenberg Invitational

Muhlenberg College

Muhlenberg, PA


04/04 -


Sam Howell Invitational

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ