You can see the next generation of stars coming just by watching their performances. Take, for example, the first Unionville Invitational. Hometown junior Katie Thaeder isn\'t unknown. After all, the week before she ran 10:06 and was the top PA girl in the 3000 at the Penn Relays. But 5:00.52 will get people to take a little more notice. And in 2nd in that race, Alycia Woodruff, a freshman from West Chester East, who went 5:22.51. The meet boasted a ton of other ranked performances, including three guys under 9:42 in the 3200 behind Amin Garnett, Coatesville (9:31.37); a 49.46 400 from Henderson\'s Tracy Robinson; a 2:15.97-2:17.63 finish by Henderson teammates Melissa Ferry and Megan Durkee; a double win by Tayvon Gray, Coatesville, 130-10 Discus, 41-11.50 Shot; plus Great Valley\'s Katy Andersen 15.55 and 46.47 in the Hurdles.