9 Events to Watch:
Boy's Pole Vault
The boy's Pole Vault has the potential to steal the show. No surprise there.
Girl's 60m Dash
Girl's 200m Dash
State leader Avery Lewis (Friends' Central) will headline the 200m dash.
Lewis will enter the meet seeded at 24.14, 0.79-seconds ahead of second-seeded competitor Amirah Nesmith (Cheltenham). However, don't underestimate Nesmith, as she'll be looking to improve upon her 24.93 from earlier this season.
Girls 60m Hurdles
Like Lewis in the 200m dash, state leader Macaela Walker (Oxford Area) will take to the track in the 60m hurdle.
Walker leads the state in the 55m and 60m hurdles, 8.07 for the 55mH, and 8.68 for the 60mH.
Girls Shot Put
Miles has thrown 40-0 this season, but that was back in December. Jones and Kopitsky have thrown season-bests over 38 feet and shown more consistency over the recent weeks.
It will be interesting to see how things play out between three of the state's top shot putters.
Boys Shot Put
Brady Mider (Berks Catholic) is another individual you can expect to dominate their event.
Mider leads the state with an impressive 61-8.25 from the 12th Annual Shot Put Night in the Valley.
Girls Long Jump
Avery Lewis will be looking for her second win on the day in the long jump.
Lewis leads the state with a mark of 20-6.5.
Girls 4x800m Relay
State-leader Upper Dublin must bring its A-game in the 4x800m relay.
Upper Dublin ran 9:35.32 back in December and will need to be ready for the strong Emmaus squad that is fresh off of a 9:41.95 effort. PA No. 8, Central, shouldn't be overlooked either.
Keep an eye on the boys' and girls' high jump, as multiple athletes are ranked at the PA No. 2 position.
These matchups should make for some exciting competition.