PA#1's: Spence 1600, Price 400-800, Bailey 100, Kirkland LJ, Morales 400, Krais HJ, 300H


5/5 PCL Boys Northern Division Champs @ LaSalle College HS


Team: Father Judge 247, La Salle 153
300H: Jermaine Lowery, Father Judge, 38.38 PA#2 - Jerome Lowery, 38.58 PA#3.
400: Jermaine Lowery 50.05 PA#12
200: Jermaine Lowery 22.39
SP/DT: Tom Barr, LaSalle, 53-11.75 PA#10 shot put, 149-10 discus



5/5 PCL Girls/Boys Southern Division Champs @ Widener University



Cardinal O'Hara's Robyn Oakley, 2nd in the Penn Relays 400 Hurdles, improved her PA#9 100 hurdles time to 45.2. She also won the 100 hurdles in 15.5. Cardinal O'Hara won the team title for the girls. Saint Joseph's Prep captured the boys title with big help by the 1 and 3 finish in the 800 by J. Castillo, 1:57.9 and P. Clark, 1:59.9. They also captured the 4x800 in 8:18.4.




5/6 PCL Girls Northern Division Champs @ LaSalle College HS



Team: Archbishop Ryan 205,

100 hurdles: Tamisha Thomas, Ryan, 14.9 - Catrina, St. Hubert, 15.5.

300 hurdles: Catrino, St. Hubert, 46.3 - Tamisha Thomas, Ryan, 47.8.

4x100 relay: Archbishop Ryan, 50.9 - St. Hubert, 52.1.

100/200 Lia Harris, Ryan, 12.7 and 26.9

LJ/TJ: Christina Costanzo, Ryan, 16-53/4 and 30-21/2

SP/DT: C. McAfee, Wood, 32-4 and 89-01/2



5/5 Pottstown Track & Field Classic @ Pottstown HS


5/5 Sideling Hill League Meet @ McConnellsburg HS



5/5 Under The Lights Invitational @ Trinity (Camp Hill) HS


Summary by Joe Guty - Kara Millhouse, Boiling Springs, looked effortless as she went solo in the deuce in 10:51.42, PA#4. Northern's Rachel Wong, also running her own race, going it alone with no close competition, set a meet record in the 1600 clocking 5:00.70 -- agonizingly close to breaking 5. Abby Wong zipped a shocker in the 2-lapper: 2:19.81, also a stadium record. Runner up was soph Kathleen Hanger from Trinity in 2:26.68. Trinity's Erin Guty scored quadruple wins, a 12.85 100 / 26.35 200 / 17-1.75 LJ / 34-7.75 TJ. The LJ was a stadium mark. Trinity's Nikki Brownyard posted a solid 16.19 win the 100 hurdles and 47.21 stadium record victory in the 300 hurdles. Chris Houston of McDevitt looked sharp in a short sprint- and long sprint: 10.89, PA#8 and 49.92 PA#9, both stadium records. Shane Seymore of Trinity led from the gun in 1:58.42 for the 800, another Cobo Field mark. The Shamrocks' Billy Phillipy chucked the javelin 185-3----sidearm, and also took the triple jump. McDevitt duo of Joe Beveridge and Josh Sadlock took turns taking the pace each lap for about 6 laps ( 4:46 first 1600) en route to cruising to 10:00.56 tie in the 3200 run.




5/6 4th Robert Spagna Championships (Lackawanna Ct) @ Scranton Memorial Stadium



North Pocono's Ben Wilk posted a PA#4 discus of 162-4. If you're not over 40 feet in the girls' shot put, you're not in the top 10. April Doyle, Lakeland, inched toward that standard with a PA#11 40-03.50. Abington Heights' 4x100 ran a PA#14 49.40. Sprinter Danielle Wasilewski anchored the relay, along with their winning 4x400 to go with her individual win in the 100 and runner-up in the 200. Sarah Kimsey, Montrose, cleared 5-4, putting her in a tie at PA#7 in the high jump.


5/6 Central League JV Boys Meet @ Haverford Twp. HS



5/6 Central League JV Girls Meet @ Radnor HS




5/6 WPIAL AA/AAA Qualifiers @ various locations


AA Northern - Freedom's Ashley Adams moved up the rankings in her two events, to #7 in the discus with a 133-07 and #12 in the shot put with a throw of 40-00.50. Union's Cameron Lewis is now PA#14 in the long jump going 17-09. Hurdler Nick Spino of Jeanette improved his 110 ranking to #7 with a 14.6, but his 39.4 was not better than his current PA#4 mark. Mount Pleasant's Taylor Funk won the 100 and 300 h hurdles, but has better season marks in both, which are #3 and #10 respectively. Neshannock's Kacey Gibson won the 1600 and 3200, and remains PA#13 and #9 in those events with better marks earlier this season.

AAA Northern - Knoch's Carol Cress upped her state in the shot put to #8 with a throw of 40-7. Penn Relays discus champ Matt Kann of Fox Chapel already owns the top spot in PA, but has the top two throws after his 171-03.25 at this meet.






5/6-7 LVIAC Championships @ Glen Birney Stadium, Allentown


Easton's Price steals the show - from the Express-Times

Competing over two days at the LVIAC Champs @ Glen Birney Stadium in Allentown, Easton's Chanelle Price showed another level in beating a league record by Allentown Central Catholic's Frances Koons by five seconds, and taking the #1 spots in PA in both the 400 and 1600 to go with her signature event in the 800. Price ran the 400 in 54.2, which is US#13, just 25 minutes after her 1600.. She opened the 1600 with a 2:16-2:17 split (7 seconds faster than the boys' race according to the Express-Times, and finished in a PA# 1 4:46.7, US#6. She anchored the 4x400 to a come-from-behind 4:01.9 with a 53.5 anchor, and had split 2:03.5 on the 3rd place 9:34.7 4x800 on the first day of competition. Nazareth's Jenny Betz leapt to a PA#4 38-8 in the triple jump. Big long jumps for the guys, including a tie at PA#5 for Devin Steet of Liberty at 23-1. Whitehall's Matt Hamscher leatp 22-09.50, PA#8. Brandon Tevrin of Bethlehem Catholic sprinted to a tie for PA#12 in the 100 at 10.7.





5/7 AACA Track and Field Championships @ Gwynedd-Mercy Academy


Villa Maria Academy won the AACA champs by 12 over St. Basil and 15 over Gwynedd Mercy. Double champs included Meghan Lutz, Nazareth Academy, in the 1600 (5:04.01) and 3200 (11:14.55); Taylor Bumpas, Gwynedd-Mercy in the 400 (58.75) and 800 (2:18.13); and Lindsey Teuber, St. Basil, in the high jump (5-0) and triple jump (34-7). St. Basil won a quick 4x800, going 9:32.01, with Villa Maria and Gwynedd Mercy within 15 seconds.





5/7 Central League Championships @ Lower Merion HS


Haverford Township's Rhian Jones sped to a PA#5 11.9 100. Another PA#5 was posted in the 4x100 as the Upper Darby girls went 48.5. Two top 4x400's as Upper Darby (3:56.9) held off Conestoga (3:57.2). Upper Darby's Brandi Slaughter ran a 25.2 200, tie PA#12. Before the 4x400, Conestoga's Carly Niness won the 300 hurdles by a tenth-of-a-second (45.5) over Haverford Township's Jess Matusky, #10 and #12 in PA, respectively. And while not up to her season bests, Karen Shump of Penncrest was on top in two events with a 46-7 shot and a 143-8. discus. The boys' 4x400 has a new PA#9 as the Penncrest guys went 3:22.3. Upper Darby moves into PA#11 with their 2nd place 3:23.3. Ridley sprinter Kevin Wilbank continues to roll, moving into PA#9 in the 400 with his 49.6. He won the 200 in 21.6, which did not improve on his PA#1 ranking. Conestoga's J.C. Rizzo outkicked Penncrest's Anthony Batch in the 800 by .3, going 1:58.6.


5/7 -5/8 Ches-Mont Championships @ Coatesville HS


Coatesville throwers put themselves near the top of the state rankings with big efforts. Kaleena Gray sent a 141-3 discus flying, which is #2... along with a #3 43-10.50 shot put. Teammate DJ Thomas was out there with a 56-06.25 shot put, PA#2. Kennett's Blake Davenport is PA#8 win the discus with a 159-6. He was 2nd in the shot with a 53-04.75 #12. Alanna Owens, Rustin, put the shot a PA#4 43-00.75. West Chester Henderson posted a PA#4 4x400 of 3:54.90. Rustin's Nicole Powell ripped a PAS#8 200 of 25.23, while teammate Kayla Lee ran a PA#10 12.26 100. Powell also on the 400. Henderson Russell Jacobs leapt 22-10 in the long jump, PA#8. And three girls were under 5:09 in the 1600 behind the 5:05.65 b Downingtown East's Marie Thompson. Unionville runners were 4th-6th in the race with times from 5:12. to 5:22.



5/7 Laurel Highlands Conference Championships @ Johnstown HS



5/7 Mountain Valley Conference Championships @ Pocono Mountain West HS


Natasha McLaren of Stroudsburg was a double winner, jumping 5-4 (tie PA#7) in the high jump, and going 36-03.25 for the triple and taking 3rd with a 16-3 in the long jump. Lehighton's Vanessa Rimbey won the long jump with a PA#12 17-11. Stroudsburg's Steve Garcia is in a PA#7 tie after his 23-0 long jump. In the shot put, East Stroudsburg South's Joe Tritto threw 54-9, PA#9.



5/7 PTFCA Colonial Classic @ Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS

Cancelled for 2008 awaiting possible new venue.



5/7 Schuylkill League Championships @ Mahanoy Area HS


Tamaqua senior Alex Zubey raced to the #3 ranking in PA in the 800 and #15 in the 1600 with his strong 1:55.06-4:22.73 double. The javelin was flying in both competitions. Casey Wagner, Tamaqua, won with a throw of 134 (she is PA#2 from her 146-5 throw at Penn), and Jim Thorpe's Josh Hontz was 2' off his best of 190, which is currently PA#12. Panther Valley's Tim Smell was a 185, with Mount Carmel's Mark Costello at 183-9. Tamaqua's Megan Inama won three events, the long jump at 17-1, the triple at 34-9 and sprinted to a 12.95 100.




5/8 -5/10 41st Glenn D. Loucks Games @ White Plains HS NY


Archbishop Ryan PA#2 DMR 10:14.91 - PA#14 4x800 in 8:00.72; Sean Mallon, Archbishop Ryan, 1:58.06 800, 3rd place; Leon Wormley, Ryan, PA#11 59.91 400 hurdles.



5/8 -5/10 Elk County Meet @ Johnsonburg Area HS


Strong javs from Johnsonburg's Eric Wonderly (174-9) and Saint Mary's Michael Feldbauer, (174-5). Ridgway JR Molly Johnson won both the long and triple jumps, while Saint Mary's senior Matthew Hall achieved the same double. Alex Brazinski, Elk County Catholic, won the distance double. Teammate Kady Weisner took the 800 and 1600. Ridgway's Becky Wittman won the 100 and 200. Elk County Catholic held off Ridgway's girls in the 4x400, 4:08.85 to 4:10.89.





5/8 Colonial League Championships @ Bangor Memorial Park


Palmerton's Austin Cseh and Wilson (Easton) Area's Anthony Davidson zipped to PA#3 and #4 400's of 48.55 and 48.72, respectively. Cseh also won the 200. Wilson's Adam Eckhart leapt a PA#6 46-00.25 triple jump. Kyle Miller, Catasauqua, cleared a PA#6 15-00 pole vault. Palmerton's Casey Ord won four events, the 100-200, long and triple jumps.





5/8 -5/9 Erie County Track Classic @ Harbor Creek HS

AJ Dohanic of Girard won the 110 (15.36p) and 300 hurdles (40.65), plus the 100 (11.71p) and 200 (23.44). Double winners included Lauren Zarger, Harbor Creek, in the 1600 (5:16.31) and 3200 (11:05.33), and Sam Havko, Fairview, in the 800 (1:59.40) and 1600 4:28.51). Harbor Creek junior Ryan Repoff threw a PA#17 154-6 discus.




5/8 Philadelphia Public League Championship @ Northeast HS


Swenson soph Shanae Bailey vaulted to PA#1 in the 100 with her 11.81. Imhotep Charter's Herman Kirkland jumped his way to the top of PA with a leap in the long of 23-07.23 (Both schools are AA). Kirkland also ran a PA#4 10.81 100 and a PA#8 22.12 200. Bailey's teammate, Anthonia Ballard, ran a PA#5 14.87 100 hurdles, and also captured the 300 hurdles in 44.16, where she is already ranked PA#4 at 44.01. Khaliff Featherstone, Simon Gratz, jumped to PA#4 in a solo 400 at 48.79. Teammate Frank Wainwright hurdled to a PA#3 38.53 300 hurdles and a PA#17 110 hurdles of 14.99. Engineering & Science freshman Cierra White won the 200 in a PA#9 25.42. Teammate Jenna Arnold captured the distance double, as did Terence Lee, who added a PA#25 1:57.73 800. And Robeson's Katurrah Hayman ran a PA#9 57.30 400. Jump specialist Joella Neilson of Girls High, leapt at PA#12 17-10.75 long, and also won the triple.



5/8 -5/10 PIAA District 8 AAA Championships @ Oliver HS

Peabody celebrates monumental comback - Schenley girls win at PIAA District 8 Championships - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

City League Track Championships: Peabody runs down boys' team title
Schenley girls cruise behind Sims, Martinez - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette




5/8 Redbank Track & Field Invitational @ Redbank Valley HS


By Aaron Rich

Alex Kerr, Brookville, won the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.4 and the 300 hurdles with a time of 40.5. Anthony Stimac, Karns City, won the 200 in 23.2 and was first in the 100 with a time of 11.4. James Seidle, Clarion, won the 400 in 51.9, finished 2nd in the 200, 23.5, and 2nd in the 100, 11.4. Skyler Ganoe, Clarion, won the 400 in 59.3, and the 200 in 26.5. Nadia Kundick, Redbank, won the 300 hurdles in 47.7. Adam Bevevino, Clarion, won the discus with a toss of 148-07. Brookville won the girls 4x100 in 51.2 and Karns City won the boys 4x100 in 44.4.




5/9 -5/10 Bicentennial Athletic League Championship @ Holy Ghost Prep


Holy Ghost Prep won the boys team title and Christopher Dock, the girls. Holy Ghost's Matthew Chylak won two events, the 800 in 1:57.84 and the 1600 inb 4:26.10. Teammates James Budzinski (177-0) and David Cyhan (164-7) captured the top two spots in the javelin. David Cuevas, Bristol, won the shot and discus. And the Dock girls swept the three relays.




5/9 Lebanon-Lancaster League Championship @ Hempfield (3) HS


By Aaron Rich


Emily Dresser, JP McCaskey, won the 100 in 12.27 and the 200 in 25.20 (PA#10). Kayleigh Perry, Eastern Lebanon, won the 1600 in a PA#7 5:00.93 and the 3200 in 11:08.75. Breana Caldwell, Garden Spot, won the 100 hurdles in 15.58 and the long jump with a leap of 17-00. Kyle Fisher, Cocalico, won the 100 in 10.91, the 200 in 21.91 (PA#6), and the 400 in 49.38. Vince McNally, Conestoga Valley, won the 1600 in 4:17.80 and finished 2nd to Kevin Hull in the 800 with a time of 1:57.66. Hull won the 800 with a time of 1:56.49. Andrew Batula, Annville Cleona, won the high jump with a leap of 6-08.




5/9 -5/10 Mid-Penn Conference Champs @ Central Dauphin HS

Performance List




Neely Spence reclaims tops in PA in the 1600 -
using a big Chanelle Price PR for motivation.

Chanelle Price was #1 in PA in the 1600 for three days. Neely Spence, who Price had passed with a PR 4:46.7 on Wednesday at the LVIAC meet, passed her back with a 4:44.38 at the Mid-Penn Conference Champs at Central Dauphin HS. She doubled back with a 2:17.90 800. Cumberland Valley kicked it into gear with the help of senior Juan Steward. His 21.60 is PA#2 in the 200, and their 42.89 is PA#6 in the 4x100, where they ran into the buzzsaw of Bishop McDevitt (3), who went a PA#3 42.46. Chambersburg's Anyssa Barbour posted two top times, running a PA#3 24.84 in the 200 and a PA#5 12.12 for 100. In the trials of the 200, Harrisburg's Alysha Cook posted a PA#2 24.74, and finished 2nd in the finals. Cook was busy all day, winning the 300 hurdles in 45.10 (she is already PA#3); taking 2nd in the 100 hurdlers where she is PA#4 after posting a 15.07, fastest time one the day; and winning the 400 in 58.06. Teammate Hanif Johnson was just .75 short of his PA#2 47-1 triple jump. Hurdle specialist Michael Brown of Lower Dauphin won both his events, gong 14.34 (PA#2 14.33 in prelims) in the 110, and 38.60 in the 300, where he is currently ranked PA#1. In the 800, Tony Grab of Central Dauphin East added his name to the list with a PA#7 1:55.70. Central Dauphin East's Travis Nye threw a PA#9 shot of 54-8. Central Dauphin senior Anna Muzio continued to live over 40' with a 41-00.25 shot. She already owns PA#5 in the event and won the discus as well. Carlisle's Ashley Corum leapt 37-09.75 in the triple jump where she is 2nd ranked in the state. The Northern girls cracked the top 10 in the 4x800, running 9:28.49.

Race description by Trey Jackson, who provided timing and FAT splits for Spence's 1600.



5/9 North Tier League Meet @ Smethport Area HS


There's a youth movement in the North Tier League, as top performances cam from freshmen, sophomores and juniors. Soph Emily Giannotti of Coudersport pulled off the distance double, taking the 1600 in 5:12.76 and the 3200 in 11:22.16. Fellow soph Andy Lippert of Cameron County won the 100 and 200; and Smethport Area soph Tori Mendenez took home gold in the 100 and 300 hurdles. Frosh Bryanna Evens of Port Allegany was tops in the 200 and 400. And juniors Orion Bernard, Oswayo Valley (1600-3200), and Mark Beckwith, Otto-Eldred, (100H, 300H, Pole Vault), were multiple winners. The top senior was Northern Potter's David Cobb, who captured top honors in the long jump (21-7), the triple jump (42-01.25), and the 400 (50.68).



5/9 -5/10 Northern Tier League Championship @ Towanda HS


By Aaron Rich

Hannah Townsend, Athens, won the 100 with a time of 13.32 and the 200 with a time of 27.76. Susan Learn, North Penn, won the 1600 with a time of 5:25.59 and the 3200 with a time of 11:53.33. Verena Reed, North Penn, won the 100 hurdles in 17.62 and the 300 hurdles in 50.13. Athens won the 4x100 in 52.13 and the 4x400 in 4:19.20. Mariah Conrad, Athens, won the long jump with a leap of 17-00 and the triple jump with a leap of 35-11.50. Ashley Bristol, Troy, won the discus with a throw of 98-04 and the shot with a put of 32-11.50. Ronald Chesla, Towanda, won the 100 in 11.75 and the 200 in 23.70. He also won the 400 in 51.95. Adam Harris, Towanda, won the shot with a put of 45-02 and the discus with a throw of 147-04.



5/9 PIAA District 6 Junior High Championships @ Mansion Park, Altoona




5/9 -5/10 Pioneer Athletic Conference Championships @ Boyertown HS


Ray Quill, Pottstown, led a strong high jump competiton with his PA#2 6-8. Kyriq Williams, Phoenixville, was an inch shy, now in a 4-way PA#3 tie. And Ryan Brumfield, Owen J. Roberts, was over at 6-6. Tony Shirk, Phoenixville, cleared a PA#4 15-4 in the pole vault. Boyertown's Elizabeth Simpson won the 3200 in a PA#7 10:55.61 to go with a 2nd in the 1600. Teammate Mark Dennin tuned up for states with a 4:21.32 PA#15 1600 and a 9:23.39 3200. And Frank Buffa, Owen J. Roberts, posted a PA#11 39.11 in the 300 hurdles.


5/9 -5/10 SOL American League Championships @ Plymouth Whitemarsh HS


Ryann Krais added two more PA#1 performances to her senior resume, clearing 5-8 in the high jump and posting a 42.03 in the 300 hurdles. She had a good look at 5-10 in the high. She's already PA#3 in the long jump, but added an 18-4, and ran 13.98 to win the 100 hurdles, where her 13.50 is already PA#1. Methacton's 4x800 ran a PA#5 7:58.95. Plymouth Whitemarsh ran 49.04, a PA#7 4x100. Nick Crits, Wissahickon, is now top 10 in two events, running a PA#5 1:55.55 800. Steve Roberts, Quakertown, is #7 in PA with a 21.98 200 and #12 with his 49.26 400.



5/9 -5/10 SOL Continental Conference Championship @ Hatboro-Horsham HS


Lots of PA#10 performances in one of the deepest meets of the season. Council Rock South senior Ije Iheoma is responsible for three of the with her 24.73 PA#2 200, a 54.8h PA#2 400 and a PA#7 12.16 100. Her teammate, pole vaulter Tory Worthen, cleared a PA#2 12-7. Ali Gillen, Central Bucks East, went 43.59 in the 300 hurdles, PA#3. Council Rock North's Joe Capecci went 1:53.90 in the 800, PA#2, and was folowed across the line by PA#3's Chris Pregler of Central Bucks West in 1:54.60. Hatboro-Horsham's Steve Topper ripped through the 300 hurdles in a PA#2 38.19. And Norristown's Godwin Omo-Expadi triple-jumped a PA#2 47-6. Other top 10 performance were achieved by Alexandra Geiger, William Tennent, in the 300 hurdles; Gabriella Rinehart, Norristwon, in the shot put; Council Rock North's Matt Mindlin in the 200; Norristown's EJ Hadrick in the 400; Josh Izewski, Central Bucks East in the 3200; Brett Gilson, Council Rock South, in the javelin; and the boys' 4x800 squads from Central Bucks East, Norristown, Central Bucks West, Council Rock North and Souderton.




5/9 -5/10 SOL National League Championships @ Central Bucks South HS

SOL National Performance Lists




PA#1 48.18 400 from Abington's Chris Morales, who led six under 50 seconds, adding all to the top 20 in PA. North Penn PA#4 4x400, 3:20.04. Central Bucks South PA#3 4x800 in 7:53.64. Derek Hynes, Central Bucks South, PA#3 pole vault of 15-6. Top 20 PA 800's from North Penn's Zack Montijo (1:56.52) and Steve Franks (1:56.79). In addition to a 6th place 49.42 in the fast 400, North Penn's Justin Bookheimer won the 300 hurdles in a PA#7 38.85. Leah Nugent, North Penn, navigated the same barriers and distance in a PA#6 45.01. Kevin Steinberg, Neshaminy, won the 100 in 10.87 (he is already PA#1) and the 200 in a PA#4 21.69.





5/9 YAIAA Championships @ Dallastown HS

Performance Lists: GIRLS | BOYS




5/10 ACSI Championship @ Bangor Area HS


5/10 Firing Memorial Victory Meet (Berks Ct) @ Governor Mifflin HS


Conrad Weiser junior Lamont Fowler tied for PA#4 with a 10.81 100 and tied for PA#9 in the 200 with his 21.98. Holy Name senior Hillary Monger ran 14.88 for the 100 hurdles, PA#6, and 45.71 over the 300m barriers, a top 20 time in the state. Governor Mifflin's Nadia McKenna, a junior, was 2nd in the 100 hurdles in a PA#9 14.98. Top 15 times were posted in the boys' hurdles... Trey Cox, Wilson, ran 14.91 and Darian Garman went 39.11. Double winners included Ashley Williams, a Governor Mifflin sophomore in the 100 and 200; and Daniel Boone's Matthew Cannell in the long and triple jumps.



5/10 Girls' Inter-Ac League Championships @ Germantown Academy

Springsde's Taylor Ellis-Watson had a huge day, running a PA#2 24.73 200, a PA #3 55.91 400 and a very quick 12.39 100. Notre Dame's Ayanna Fields was 2nd in the 400 in a PA#14 57.54. Fields also took 2nd in the 100 in 12.53.



5/10 Mercer County Track & Field Invitational @ Hickory HS


Kristy Woods, Grove City, launched a PA#4 discus of 137-10. She threw 44-9 in the shot, but had a bigger throw for PA#2 at Baldwin May 2. Lakeview soph Fawn Miller sent the jav 149-3. She has been over 150 and is PA#1. Wilmington's Ryan Bell neared 200 in the jav at 197-8. He is PA#4 with a 200+ throw.



5/10 Mid-Atlantic Prep League @ The Hill School


The Hill School's Trevor Cordivari took 1st in the 400 in 50.76. Mercersburg Academy's Whitney Matthey was 3rd in the 400 in 1:01.62. Teammate James Finucane captured the distance double, as did his sister, Lena Finucane, who added the 800 title for a little family bragging rights. Hill's Kyle Place won the discus and shot.






5/10 New Balance, NYC Qualifying Challenge


Video of Chanelle Price's 2:03.20 800 Saturday May 10 at Icahn Stadium, New York City - shot by Ricky Goettel


Saturday night at Icahn Stadium in New York City at the New Balance, NYC Qualifying Challenge, Price improved her PA and US#1 800 to 2:03.20 in a solo effort.




5/10 PIAA District 2 Junior High T&F Champs @ Hanover Area HS



5/10 Susquehanna Valley Conference @ Shikellamy HS


By Aaron Rich


Lauren Redington, Shikellamy, and Keenan Michael, Mountoursville, were the athletes of the meet. Lauren won the 100 and 200 and finished 2nd in the long jump and the 4x100 relay. Keenan won the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, 200 meters, and the 4x400 relay.

Four meet records were set on the girls side. Caitlin Cavanaugh, Danville, won the 3200 run with a time of 10:57.70. Tesa McKibben, Mountoursville, won the 300 hurdles with a time of 45.35. She also won the long jump with a leap of 17-07.75. Lewisburg won the 4x400 relay with a time of 3:58.87. On the boys side two records were set. Keenan Michael, Mountoursville, won the 300 hurdles with a PA#6 time of 38.60. Mountoursville also won the 4x400 relay with a time of 3:24.84.


5/10 UAGTCA All-Comers Meet #2 @ Academy Park HS


5/10 WAADA Championships @ Greater Latrobe HS (Middle School)