5/14-Cedar Cliff shows team(s) depth-soph girls rule @ Mid-Penn Conference @ Central Dauphin

It was athlete-vs-athlete, whether AA or AAA, and in the end, the performances showed talent at all levels. Cedar Cliff continued to show its depth with both teams... winning the girls title by 33 over Milton Hershey (AA) and 36 over Cumberland Valley - while the boys were ten better than their hosts from Central Dauphin. Individually, it was the sophomore class that made sure their older teammates knew they were a force to be reckoned with - taking six individual girls\' championships.

Performances of note included: Tim Johnson, Cedar Cliff senior, doubling in 1:56.50 and 4:21.60 to win the two and four-lappers, on top of a sub-50 anchor in the winning 4x400; soph Tiera Smith of Central Dauphin East, taking the 200 in 25.97; Jordan Mitchell, Central Dauphin, winning the 100 in 11.21 and the 200 in 21.96; David Stonfer of Cumberland Valley and Javan Carter of Susquehanna in an epic 400 of 48.49 to 48.69; two sophomores under 2:15 in the 800, as Sarah Morris, Chambersburg, held off Hershey\'s Sam McMillan 2:14.10 to 2;14.77; Morrison also taking the 1600 in 5:11.34 (top four places sophomores); soph Paige Anderson, Cumberland Valley, going 11:08.36 for 3200; the Cumberland Valley girls running a 9:29.14 4x800; three boys\' squads under eight minutes behind Red Land\'s 7:58.14; Soph Kacey James, of Carlisle, throwing the Jav 138-03; and last, but certainly far from the least, Ryan Whiting closing out his last home meet with two Conference records of 65-04.25 in the Shot Put and 188-11 in the Discus.