5/7-Greg Thomas is living the tradition after 4 great times @ Delco Boys\' Champs @ Interboro

It\'s tough following in the footsteps of great runners who have set records and established legends at a school. But one after another, the next one comes along and the tradition continues. At Cardinal O\'Hara, Greg Thomas (in PennTrackXC phot from 2005 Penn Relays) set sophomore records. But that year he had Steve Hallinan as the team leader. Hallinan had followed Sean Duffy. Now, Thomas is on his own... and he\'s doing fine, thank you. At the Delco Championships over two days at Interboro, he had a track coming-out-party of sorts. We\'ll let the times speak for themselves\" 1:55.4 - 4:20.4 - 9:38.3 for 800, 1600 and 3200. And in the last event, the 4x400, he split 51-point. (No one\'s happier for you Greg than Steve and Sean). The meet produced other great performances, as well. Looking ahead to States, there are some races that will just blow the doors off - and two of those are the 110 and 300 Hurdles for the boys. Looking to make his mark will be Chichester junior Carrington Queen. On a perfect weather day, he ran 13.9 and 38.1. He\'s ready. Radnor junior Sean Mahoney, running in the American division of Delcos (now divided into American and National); posted victories in the 1600 and 3200, running 4:25.0 and 9:45.0. Glen Mills went 3:23.7 for the 4x400. Glen Mills won the National Division, while Marple Newtown (welcome back!), won the American.