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1/22 TSTCA Pole Vault Competition @ Butler HS
RESULTS NOT YET AVAILABLE
1/23 Ursinus College Invitational (college)
1/24 DELCO Boys Indoor Championships @ Glen Mills Schools
By Mike Mueller
Ridley's Kevin Wilbank wins both the 60m (6.8) and 200m (22.7) races at the Delco Indoor Boys Championships. Steve Werner of Cardinal O'hara won the 60m Hurdles in 8.2 and took 3rd in the 200m with a time of 23.1. Penncrest's Anthony Batch wins the 400m in 51.4 and takes second in the 200m (23.0). Haverford's Matt Keehn won the 3000m in 9:20.2. In the DMR, Monsignor Bonner (Andrew Galoto, Sean Canvan, Brett Shepard, Max Curran) took first in 10:56.5. In the shot put, their teammate Sean Wilkes tosses it 50-1/2 for the win and Penncrest's Jerry Thompson won the pole vault in 14-3.
1/24 NYRRC Thursday Night at the Races @ NY Armory
On Thursday Night at the Race at the Armory in New York, Alex Brasington ran a 10:39.3 3000. Terence Lee, Engineering & Science, posted an 8:51.6, just off his PA#2 8:50 from earlier thsi season. And Patrick DeSamato, Friends' Central, ran 9:03.3, now PA#8.
1/25-26 10th Bucknell Bison Open (college)
1/25-26 Penn State National Invitational (college)
1/25-26 Virginia Tech Invitational
RESULTS POSTED - NO PA ATHLETES OR TEAMS
1/25 TSTCA Indoor Meet #4 @ Slippery Rock University
Emerging shot put star Dan Kwiatkowski of Erie McDowell, hit five official throws over 60', with the 5th of the series his best, a PR and US#1 63'. Second place went to C.J. Clegg, Hempfield, 54-05. In the evening's opening event, the 3000, Central Cambria's Carly Seymour ran a US#12 10:14.4 after an opening mile of 5:20. Close on her heels for the first half of the race was Latrobe's Natalie Bower, who in running her first-ever 3000, went 10:33.2. In the 55's, Cambria Jones of Woodland Hills, ran 7.1, while a 6.4 was posted by Pittsburgh Central Catholic's Tristin Stagger.
Matt Jacob, North Allegheny, was 2nd in the 3000 with a time of 9:05. First place went to Ryan Beabout (VA), 9:00.2. In the girls shot Kimberly Kanala, Hempfield, won with a throw of 40-10. Connor Barrett, Seneca Valley, won the high jump with a leap of 6-04. In the triple jumps Kerri Dantley, West Allegheny, won in 35-06.75 while Dan Sandrowicz, Indiana Area, took the boys event in 45-07.5. McDowell's Laura Kosiorek won the 55 hurdles in 8.5 and Dave Kalatshoff, Plum, won the boys hurdles in 7.7.
1/26-27 Bison Open & Multi (college)
1/26 Colgate Women's Games Semi Finals @ Pratt Institute, NY
On Saturday in the semi-finals of the Colgate Women's Games at Pratt Institute in New York, Chanelle Price added another record run to her gathering prep legacy, taking down an 18-year-old record held by Shola Lynch. Price's 2:09.62 eclipsed the mark of 2:09.73 run by Lynch in 1986. Penn Charter's Elyse Wilkinson was 2nd in the 800 in 2:16.5. In the 1500, PA girls took 3rd-5th, with Syeeda Gee, of Engineering & Science at 4:56.7, Allison Constant, Notre Dame Green Pond at 4:57.5, and Alex Brasington just 2/10th behind. Engineering & Science's Jonae McAllister tied for 4th in the 400 in 1:00.8.
1/26 Reebok Boston Indoor Games @ Reggie Lewis Center
NO PA ATHLETES OR TEAMS
1/26 TFCAGP D1 Indoor Meet #8 @ Glen Mills Schools
By Don Rich
James Faucette, Pennridge, posted a quick 8:54.2 3000, which is now PA#5. North Penn led a strong contingent in the sprint medley relay, crossing the line in 3:40.8, with four other teams under 3:51. Their DMR ran 11:06.7, as well. Neshaminy's Tim Malloy cleared 6-5 in the high jump. And Father Judge's Dave Smith put the shot 50-09.
1/26 TFCAGP D2 Indoor Meet #8 @ Glen Mills Schools
PARTIAL RESULTS POSTED
By Aaron Rich
Great Valley led a trio of teams under 3:48 in the Sprint Medley relay, winning in a time of 3:43.2. Strath Haven was 2nd in 3:44.3 and Penncrest was 3rd in 3:47.9. In other relay action, Engineering and Science won the 800 meter relay in 1:33.9 while Wissahickon won the 3200 meter relay in 8:16.1. Malvern Prep's Doug Moppert won the triple jump in 44-02. Kevin Eckel, Carroll, won the 60 meter dash in 7.1 and Manuel Morris, Octorara, won the hurdle event in 8.3.
By Mike Mueller
Malvern Prep's Matt McCullough took the 3,000m in 9:18.8 and teammate Doug Moppert won the triple jump with a 44-2 effort. In the relays, Engineering and Sciences (Ramaan Ansley, Elliot Rhodes, Dwayne Hyman, Austin Perron) won the 4x200 with a time of 1:33.9. Wissahickon (Justin Knobel, Scott Kern, Andrew Fleisher, Nick Crits) cruised in the 4x800 with a winning time of 8:16.1 and Great Valley (Mike Borzillo, Mike McClatchey, Kevin Bean, Steve Rothermel) won the sprint medley relay in 3:43.2.
1/27 Jersey City Armory USATF Development Meet
On Sunday at the Jersey City Armory USATF Developmental Meet in NJ, Chanelle Price took care of some USATF business – making the qualifying standard for the late-February USATF Championships – with a 2:07.3 800. Other Philly athletes made their state qualifiers at the same meet. Syeeda Gee, Engineering & Science, ran a 5:20.9 1600. Tori Perri, Mount Saint Joseph, went 5:23.1. And Acoya Goines, Engineering & Science, ran 1:00.6 for 400 and 26.8 in the 200. Ayanna Fields, Academy of Notre Dame, whose 7.1 is a state qualifier, and Danielle Wasilewski, Abington Heights, took 1st and 2nd in the 55.
1/27 Oberlin College HS Meet #2
By Aaron Rich
Hilary Weismiller was a triple-winner in Ohio over the weekend. The General McLane runner won the 400 in 1:08.51, the 800 in 2:30.22, and the 1600 in a time of 5:27.93. Teammate Dan Dillon also had a busy meet, but came away with only 1 victory. Dan finished in the middle of the pack in the 400 and 800, but came away victorious in the 1600 with a time of 4:41.05 to win by 3 seconds. Morgan Hanes, General McLane, was 3rd in the 1600 in 4:46.46.
1/27 Philadelphia Masters Open/Indoor @ Albright College
1/27 Sportsplex Track Showcase All-Comers Meet, Landover, MD
RESULTS CONFIRMED BY MEET MANAGEMENT
Robeson ventured to Landover to get some marks. Shatievah Lewis ran 2:24.0 in the 800. Katurrah Hayman went 26.4 for 200 and 59.2 for the two-lapper. Dashera Richardson was in at 1:00.3. In the boys' 400, Stephaun Muse ran 51.5.
PREVIEW:PA will be represented in Virgina, Massachusetts, Ohio, New York and from border-to-border in the Keystone State. On Thursday Night at the Race at the Armory in New York, Upper Dublin's Alex Brasington ran a 10:39.3 3000. I'll be providing coverage at the TSTCA Indoor Meet #4 at Slippery Rock Friday night. Looks like better weather than last year when we took 2.5 hours to get from Clarion to the meet, passing five overturned vehicles enroute. Lake Erie can be a cruel neighbor in winter.