Emerging talent is making their mark on the PA indoor season. But it\'s the expected dominance of the West Catholic girls that keeps shining through at every meet. What is considered one of the best teams in the country, the Burrs easily captured the 4x200 and 4x400, going 1:47.4 and 4:05.4, respectively. After missing last weekend\'s meet, Nicole Leach ran 25.6 to win the 200. One of the newcomers making waves continues to be frosh Ryann Krais of Methacton. She ran a season PR of 58.8 in the 400, and beat William Tennent sophomore Kayla Hennessy by .1, taking the 55 Hurdles in 8.6 seconds. Now in high school following a stellar youth career, Clarenchell Tate of Simon Gratz beat vet Janessa Murphy of Great Valley in the 55 dash, going 7.0. In the field, the Shot Put is looking deep again this year, as four girls cracked the 35-foot barrier. North Penn\'s Angela Pasquale was quite a bit over that mark, throwing 37-03, the same as 2nd place Penncrest freshman Karen Shump. Saquenda Dallas, a sophomore at Girls\' High, triple-jumped 36-05.75.