PA States: Nugent PA AT #1 41.10 IH, Futch PA AT #1 36.43 IH! Henderson US#1, US#11 AT 8:55.43!

PIAA State T&F Championships

5/27-5/28 2011

Shippensburg University

 

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Video Interviews (Complete!)

 
Jarred Gambrell - 2011 TJ Champion - 50-1.75 Kyle Long - 2011 Discus Champion - 202-10 Rob Robbins - 2011 Javelin Champion - 221-6 Margo Britton - 2011 Shot Champion - 44-4
Kayla Hope - 2011 LJ Champion - 18-10.75 Henderson - 2011 4x800 AAA Champion - 8:55.43 Leah Nugent - 2011 300H Champion - 41.10 Drew Magaha - 2011 1600 Champion - 4:07.32
Tori Gerlach - 2011 3200 Champion - 10:36.00 Lauren Kenney - 2011 Javelin Champion - 151-4 Eric Futch - 2011 300 Hurdles Champion - 36.43 Patrick Anderson - 2011 Pole Vault Champion - 15-0
Imani Brown - 2011 Triple Jump Champion - 48-07.75 Marshay Ryan - 2011 Long Jump Champion - 18-7.50 Cardinal O'Hara - 2011 4x400 Champions - 3:17.61 Anne Holland - 2011 High Jump Champion - 5-7
Glen Burkhardt - 2011 3200 Champion - 9:07.53 Lauren Lubarski - 2011 High Jump Champion Monica Pechanec - 2011 PV Champion - 12-00 Mike Recla - 2011 Shot Put Champion - 57-00.50
Susquehanna Twp - 2011 4x100 Champions - 41.74 Hong Cho - 2011 800 Champion - 1:52.49 Tyler Smith - 2011 100m Champion - 10.87 Cierra White - 2011 100m/200m Champion
Iman Wilkerson - 2011 100m/200m Champion Trenton Coles - 2011 100m/200m Champion Angel Piccirillo - 2011 1600 Champion - 4:53.42 Margo Malone - 2011 1600 Champion
Chris Williams - 2011 110H Champion Derek Gaul - 2011 Long Jump Champion - 23-1.25 Tom Gruschow - 2011 1600m Champion - 4:17.90 Shelley Black - 2011 100H Champion - 13.83
Ryan Brumfield - 2011 HJ Champion - 6-10

 

Day 2 Summary:

3200 Meter Relay: 

AA Girls: Montoursville won a back and forth battle with Saint Basil Academy and Christopher Dock. Montoursville ran 9:25.50 to win the relay by seven seconds.

 

AAA Girls: West Chester Henderson rolled solo in an impressive display of 4x800 supremacy to a PA#1 All-Time clocking of 8:55.43 (US#11 All-Time)!  Splits were Janie Augustyn (11) 2:15.7, Michelle Tracy (11)  2:12.8, Suzanne Sanders (12) 2:13.9, Natalie Deacon (10)2:12.9.   

 

AA Boys: Lewisburg ran 7:50.66 to take home the gold medal, including a 1:55.8 anchor split.

 

AAA Boys: Central Bucks West closed a large gap to outlean Abington to win the gold medal 7:41.51 to 7:41.57! CB West splits (1:58.9, 1:55.7, 1:56.0, 1:51.0). Abington splits (1:57.6, 1:52.3, 1:56.1, 1:55.4).

 

3200 Meter Run:

AA Girls: Nicole Hilton, South Fayette, won a close sit and kick battle and dipped under 11 with a winning time of 10:55.43 with a closing lap of 74.0.  Maria Snyder, Northern Bedford, finished 2nd with a time of 10:56.86.

 

AAA Girls: Tori Gerlach, Pennridge, won the girls AAA 3200 meter run with a thrilling last lap showdown with Sara Sargent, Pennsbury.  The two were neck and neck with 400 meters to go and Sargent sat on Gerlach's shoulder.  With 200 meters to go Sargent went for broke and gained a 4 meter advantage on Gerlach.  As they moved into the final stretch Gerlach pulled even and then pulled 2 meters in front and the pair finished that way with Gerlach closing in 65.9 to Sargent's 66.7.  Gerlach ran 10:36.00 to win with Sargent 2nd in 10:36.72.

 

AA Boys: John Trueman, Springfield Twp, won a close race with a time of 9:31.66.  Brendan Shearn, North Schuylkill, was 2nd in 9:32.43.

 

AAA Boys: Glen Burkhardt, Unionville, carried on the tradition with Unionville runners winning the last 2 state titles in the event.  Burkhardt and Zach Hebda, North Hills, were 1-2 with Juris leading until about 150 meters to go when Burkhardt put on the after-burners  and pulled away with a 62.3 last lap to win in a PA#2 time of 9:07.53.

 

100/110 Hurdles

Torrey Hollis of Hughesville won the AA girls 100 meter hurdles in 15.10 out of lane 5.
 

Shelley Black of James M Coughlin repeated as 100 meter hurdles champion with a final time of 13.83.
 

Cyniel Hinton of Summit Academy needed .01 seconds to win the AA boys 110 meter hurdles. Hinton edged out Josh Nesmith of Bible Baptist 14.99 to 15.00
 

Chris Williams of Strath Haven capped off a strong year of hurdles with a AAA winning time of 14.18.

 

100 Dash

In the AA girls 100 meter dash, Cierra White of Engineering and Science took care of business and earned her first gold medal of the weekend with a 12.05 win.
 

Iman Wilkerson overcame 2010 AAA girls 100 meter champion Lydia Ali of Radnor 12.04 to 12.18 to become the new champion.
 

Trenton Coles of Clairton was in the middle of the pack half way through the AA boys 100 meter final and then surged past everyone to win the gold in 11.15.
 

Tyler Smith of Norristown led a 1-2-3-4 district 1 sweep of the AAA boys 100 meter dash with his winning time of 10.87.

 

1600 Meters

Angel Piccirillo of Homer Center came turned up the pace after the first 400 meters and repeated as AA girls 1600 meter champion with a winning time of 4:53.42.
 

Margo Malone of North Hills took advantage of a slow pace that was set through the first half of the race to break free in the final 600 meters to win the AAA in 4:55.72.
 

Tom Gruschow of Trinity (3) struggled early in his AA boys 1600 meter final. Ryan Smathers of North East attempted to take advantage until Gruschow came flying off the final turn and would pass Smathers in the final 50 meters to win the gold medal in 4:17.90.
 

Drew Magaha of Upper Moreland did not go out in 60 seconds like he planned to. He did have plenty of company with him and the pack went through 800 meters in 2:05. In the last 400 meters, Magaha blazed to a 58 flat on his way to a new PIAA meet record with a US#4 time of 4:07.32.

 

400 Meters

Michelle Davis of West Catholic got the gold medal in AA girls 400 meter dash with a time of 55.26.
 

Alicia Evans of Quakertown successfully defended her gold medal in the AAA girls 400 meter dash in 55.02.
 

Chidi Okezie of New Media Tech ran a PA#3 time of 48.12 to win the AA boys 400 meter dash championship.
 

Matt Gilmore of Cheltenham reached that elusive gold medal in the AAA 400 meter dash, becoming the first runner in PA this season to break 48 seconds, running 47.81.

 

4x100 Meter Relay

In the 4x100 meter relay, West Catholic successfully defended their AA girls championship with a time of 48.08.
 

Norristown cemented themselves as the best 4x100 meter team in the state with their AAA girls winning time of 47.13.
 

Hickory boys too home the AA boys championship with a solid 42.45.
 

Susquehanna Township completed their quest to be state champions by winning the AAA boys championship in 41.74.

 

300 Meter Hurdles

Brodie Ercole of Lewisburg entered as the best in AA and finished as the best in AA with a time of 44.17.
 

Leah Nugent of Abington no longer shares the state meet record. She broke that record by over half a second with her meet and all time Pennsylvania state record time of 41.10!
 

Todd Townsend of West Catholic became the new state champion in the AA boys 300 hurdles. The sophomore ran 39.15 for the win.
 

Eric Futch of Penn Wood completed his domination of the 300 meter hurdle event with a meet and all time state record winning time of 36.43. The junior's time is also tied for US#3.

 

800 Meters

Both girls classes were won by sophomores who ran 2:13 in the finals. Lille Brown of Boiling Springs (2:13.78 in AA) and Emma Keenan of Gwynedd-Mercy (2:13.06 in AAA) won their respective classes.
 

Junior L.J. Westwood of Quaker Valley equaled his season best with his winning AA time of 1:55.55.
 

Hong Cho of Wissahickon beat out a star studded field to win the AAA 800 meter gold medal in 1:52.49.

 

200 Meters

Cierra White of Engineering and Science retained her AA girls 200 meter championship with a winning finals time of 24.92.
 

Iman Wilkerson completed the AAA 100/200 double over runner up Lydia Ali of Radnor. Wilkerson ran 24.76 to win her 2nd gold medal of the weekend.
 

Trenton Coles of Clairton also completed the 100/200 double with his win in the AA 200 meter dash in 22.33.
 

Ronnie Gillespie of Upper Perkiomen won the gold medal in the AAA 200 meter dash in 22.09.

 

4x400 Meter Relay

In the 4x400 meter relay, West Catholic successfully defended their 2010 AA championship with little threat with a time of 3:54.03.
 

Abington took down Penn Hills AAA girls state record that they set last year with a wire to wire victory in 3:46.20!
 

Trinity sealed their team championship in AA boys with their come from behind win in the 4x400 meter relay. They took home the gold medal in 3:24.90.
 

Cardinal O'Hara also came from behind in the final 100 meters to repeat as AAA boys 4x400 meter champions with a winning time of 3:17.61.

 

Saturday AM Field

In the girls morning field events, Lanae Newsome of Brookville won the AA girls triple jump with a PA#2 mark of 38 -3.50. Christine Streisel of Tamaqua continued the tradition of her high school in winning the AA girls triple jump. Her mark of 143-11 was almost 3 feet better than the field. Kasey Kemp of Norwin cleared 12 feet even to win the AAA girls pole vault.

 

In boys field action, Derek Gaul of Schuylkill Valley had to survive a last gasp jump from Jarred Gambrell of Athens Area to win the AA boys long jump. Gaul's 23-1 was one inch better than Gambrell. De'Mond Davis White of Sharon earneds a three and a half foot victory over the field to win the AA boys discus in 172-2. Ryan Brumfield of Owen J ROberts cleared 6-10 to win the AAA boys long jump. Kyle Long of Hempfield (3) won his 2nd gold medal of the weekend with his victory in the AAA boys shot put. He finished with a mark of 58-3.75.

 

Saturday PM Field

In the afternoon field events, Megan Dornish of Elk County Catholc won her 2nd gold medal of the weekend, taking the AA girls shot put in 44-8. Jasmine Hays of West Mifflin became the new state leader in the triple jump with her AAA victory in 39-2.75. Rachel Serafin of Hempfield (7) won the AAA discus with a winning throw of 134 feet even.

 

Luke Gallaher of Forest Hills took home the AA boys high jump crown with a clearance of 6-7. Eric Hunter of Northampton cleared 15 feet to win the AAA boys pole vault. Chris Williams of Strath Haven also cleared 15 feet. Matt Green of Belle Vernon won the AAA boys long jump by nearly a full foot with his winning jump of 23-5.75.

 

Day 1 Summary:

Friday 4 x 800 Prelims:

AA Girls: Automatically qualifying in Heat 1 were Montoursville Area (top time, 9:44.47), Christopher Dock, Homer Center and Saint Basil Academy. In Heat 2, the top four teams were Boiling Springs (top time, 9:45.85), Villa Joseph Marie, Saint Mary’s Area and Central Cambria. And rounding out the next four best times were Bethlehem Catholic, Beaver (last qualifier in 9:54.45), Shadyside Academy and Millersburg. 

 

AAA Girls: West Chester Henderson had the fastest qualifying time with 9:13.22. Cardinal O'Hara had the 2nd fastest at 9:14.69 out of heat 1. Heat 1 had eight qualifiers, with the cut off time of 9:24.22.

 

AA Boys: Trinity Christian secured the top time in Heat 1 with a 8:06.45. In Heat 2, the best overall time came courtesy of Lewisburg with a 7:57.95. The last qualifying time to reach finals on Saturday was Mount Carmel in Heat 1 with a 8:12.45. 

 

AAA Boys: Penn Hills (7:50.07) and Abington (7:50.28) had the fastest times in qualifying. The top twelve we separated by under three seconds, with 7:52.90 being the 12th man in.

 

100/110 HH Prelims: Torrey Hollis of Hughesville was the top AA girls qualifer with a time of 15.01. Shalaya Sidney of Paul Robeson (15.35) and Amy Hicks of Swenson (15.40) had the 2nd and 3rd best marks. It took 16.14 to advance to the semi finals.

James M Coughlin's Shelley Black ran 13.87 to lead all qualifiers in AAA. Emerald Walden of Plymouth Whitemarsh (14.39) and Eliana Yankelev of Lower Merion (14.80) were the next best qualifiers. It took 15.43 to advance to the semi finals.

Josh Nesmith of Bible Baptist ran 14.88 to lead the qualifers in AA boys. Cyniel Hinton of Summit Academy (15.04) and Matt Moore of Southern Columbia (15.08) ran the next best qualifers out of the 2nd heat. It took 15.54 to advance to the semi finals.

In AAA boys, Kowan Scott of Wilson (3) was the first boy to break 14 seconds in the high hurdles this season with his leading qualifying time of 13.96. Wellington Zaza of Upper Darby (14.24) and Chris Williams of Strath Haven (14.29) were the next best qualifiers out of heat three. It took 15.10 to advance to the next round.

 

100 Dash Prelims:

AA Girls: Carver Engineering & Science's Cierra White blazed to a 11.80 preliminary, leading the entire field. The next fastest time came courtesy of West Catholic junior Jada Stewart, who secured a 12.17. The last qualifying time to get into Saturday's semifinal field was Huntingdon's Natalie Isett (12.81).

 

AAA Girls: Penn Hills senior Iman Wilkerson uncorked a 11.89 qualifying preliminary time, the fastest in the field and the only time under 12 seconds. Central Dauphin East junior Deme'shia Davis was the next fastest at 12.13. 

 

AA Boys: Clairton junior Trenton Coles came through the finish line in 10.90, the fastest in the field. His time was one of three under 11 seconds. Sheffield junior Kalil Slaughter was also timed at 10.90 and Del Valley Charter senior Tariq Lovelace entered at 10.95.

 

AAA Boys: Four sprinters logged times under 11 seconds, with Norristown senior Tyler Smith registering the fastest clocking at 10.86. Tunkhannock's Gavin Colley (10.91), CD East's T.J. Elliott (10.95) and Bethel Park's Shakeil Carter (10.97) all registered times under 11 seconds. 

 

1600 Run Prelims: Nicole Hilton of South Fayette (5:07.84) and Maria Snyder of Northern Bedford (5:08.20) were the only two girls to run under 5:10 in the AA girls prelims. It took 5:19.73 to advance.

Sarah Holl of Upper Dublin was the fastest qualifer in AAA with a 5:02.93. Paige Stoner of Pottsville made a surge in the final 100 meters to earn the 2nd fastest qualifier at 5:03.08. It took 5:04.77 to advance to the finals.

 

AA Boys: Northeast sophomore Ryan Smathers finished with the field's best time, securing a 4:24.97. Only three runners finished under 4:26, including Trinity's Tommy Gruschow (4:25.18) and Springfield Township's John Trueman (4:25.71). It took 4:29.16 to avance to the finals. 

 

AAA Boys: Three runners registered times under 4:15, with Great Valley junior Ned Willig netting the field's best time at 4:14.41. Mount Lebanon's Alex Moran (4:14.62) and Central Dauphin's Ed Schrom (4:14.66) were the next fastest. In Heat 2, Upper Moreland's Drew Magaha finished in lead with a 4:16.62. It took 4:23.77 to advance. 

 

400 Dash Prelims:

Girls AA: West Catholic's Michelle Davis led the preliminary heats with a top time of 56.25. Only two athletes had times under 57, including Lackawanna Trail senior Lauren Ellsworth with a 56.58. Three others had times under 58. Springdale junior Kim Watterson grabbed the last qualifying bid with a 58.01.

 

Girls AAA: Baldwin junior Krista Kuss uncorked the field's fastest time with a 55.57. Two others had times under 56 seconds, including North Hills junior Abby O'Connell (55.59) and Abington junior Jordan Matthews (55.64). Coatesville junior Kenya Woodall grabbed the last qualifying bid with a 56.58.
 

Bryce Straffin of Clarion Area (49.26) and Chidi Okezie of New Media Tech (49.68) cracked 50 seconds to lead the qualifiers in AA boys. It took 50.65 to make the finals.
 

Colin Dempster of Hatboro Horsham ran 48.20 to lead a tight group of qualifiers in the boys AAA division. Matt Gilmore of Cheltenham had the 2nd best qualifying time of 48.39. It took 48.93 to make the finals.

 

4 x 100 Relay Prelims: West Catholic set a new PIAA AA meet record in the AA girls prelim rounds with a time of 47.65! Engineering and Science ran 48.59 to earn the 2nd best qualifier. It took 49.50 to make the finals.
 

Norristown improved their state lead with their leading time of 47.38 in the AAA qualifiers. Penn Hills ran 47.49 to earn 2nd. It took 48.62 to make the finals.

For AA boys, Hickory ran 42.65 to earn the top qualifying spot in the finals. Trinity (3) was 2nd in 42.97. It took 43.63 to make the finals.

In AAA boys, PA had their first two sub 42 second performances from Susquehanna Township (41.82) and Strath Haven (41.94). It took 42.58 to make the finals.

 

300 Hurdles Prelims:

AA Girls: Brookville sophomore Aisha Newsome captured the field's best time, finishing in 45.74, which was nearly two seconds better than the rest of her competitors in Heat 2. The next seven qualifiers all secure times under the 47 second mark, making it one close race. Notre Dame Green Pond junior Amy Kester was the last to get in with a 46.97.

 

AAA Girls: Abington senior Leah Nugent set a US#4 with a 41.77, which was the field's fastest time and the only mark under 42 seconds. Coughlin's Shelley Black was the next fastest with a 42.98. The last qualifying time was courtesy of Anna Simone of Mount Lebanon, who finished in 44.81.

 

AA Boys: Annville-Cleona senior Jordan Jones was the fastest in the field with a 39.34. Two others had times under 40 seconds, including Washington junior Dustin Fuller (39.61) and Southern Columbia's Matt Moore (39.66).

 

AAA Boys: Penn Wood junior Eric Futch registered a leading mark of 37.32 and was the quickest of the field. The next seven qualifying times were under 40 seconds. Hatboro-Horshman's Derek Newsome secured the last qualifying time with a 39.58. 

 

800 Meter Prelims:

Allison Hall of Blue Ridge was the top qualifier in the AA girls 800 meter run with a time of 2:17.96. Kennedy Weisner of Elk COunty Catholic ran 2:18.34 to finish behind Hall. It took 2:21.37 to make the finals.
 

Taylor Carcella of Downingtown East ran 2:15.55 to earn the top spot in the AAA prelims. Emma Keenan of Gwynedd Mercy Academy won heat 2 in the 2nd best time of 2:16.12. It took 2:19.61 to advance to the finals.
 

Derek Pawlush of Trinity (3) broke 1:56 in the AA boys 800 meter prelims with a time of 1:55.83. L.J. Westwood of Quaker Valley had the 2nd best qualifier in 1:56.15. It took 1:58.23 to make the finals.
 

In boys AAA, the 12 finalists were separated by 1.67 seconds, led by Hong Cho of Wissahickon (1:54.25) and Drew Magaha of Upper Moreland (1:54.48). It took 1:55.92 to make the finals.

 

200 Meter Prelims:

Cierra White of Engineering and Science was the lead qualifer in the 200 meter dash in 24.77. Jada Steward of West Catholic was the 2nd fastest in 25.24. It took 26.78 to make the semi finals.
 

In girls AAA, Iman wilkerson of Penn Hills (24.78), Lydia Ali of Radnor (24.95), and Alicia Evans of Quakertown (24.97) all broke 25 seconds in the prelims. It took 26.32 to make the semi-finals.
 

For boys AA, Trenton Coles of Clairton was the only boy to break 22 seconds in the prelims (21.98). Kalil Slaughter of Sheffield ran 22.45 for the 2nd best qualifying time. It took 23.14 to make the semi-finals.
 

In AAA boys, Matt Gilmore of Cheltenham (22.13) and Ricky Bruno of Exeter (22.17) were the lone sub 22.20 runners in the prelims. It took 22.72 to make the semi finals.

 

4x400 Meter Relays Prelims:

West Catholic girls ran a solo 3:56.92 to earn the top qualifying time in the AA girls prelims. Lewisburg ran 3:58.62 out of heat one to earn the 2nd best time. It took 4:02.36 to make the finals.
 

Abington ran close to five seconds faster than every other squad in the AAA girls prelims (3:47.41). Penn Hills ran 3:52.08 for the 2nd best time. It took 3:56.86 to make the finals.
 

Trinity (3) ran the fastest prelim time in AA boys with a time of 3:23.36. Lewisburg ran 3:24.26 for the 2nd best qualifier. It took 3:26.02 to make the finals.
 

In boys AAA, Abington (3:17.28), Wissahickon (3:17.74) and North Penn (3:17.96) cracked the 3:18 mark in the prelims. It took 3:19.99 to make the finals.

 

Friday AM Field:

Rob Robbins of Northeast Bradford is the new US#2 in the javelin with a throw of 221-6! Kyle Long of Hempfield (3) threw 202-10 for a new meet record and US#3! in the discus for US#4! Margo Britton of Dallastown won the shot put by two inches over Rachel Serafin of Hempfield (7). Britton threw 44-4. Kayla Hope of Tamaqua won the AA girls long jump with a PA#2 mark of 18-10.75.

 

Pennridge senior Anne Holland repeated in the girls' AAA high jump with a jump of 5-7, though needed a jump-off to reclaim her title. In the girls' AA pole vault, Notre Dame Green Pond's Monica Pechanec secured a winning height of 12-0. Athens Area senior Jarred Gambrell became a three-time state champion in the boys' AA triple jump with a leap of 50-01.75. He did it TWICE, once in the preliminaries and on his final jump of the finals. It's a new state record and currently T-US#7.

 

Friday PM Field:

Mike Recla of Bloomsburg won the AA boys shot put with a mark of 57-0.50 on his first attempt. Lauren Kenney of State College was the winner of the AAA girls javelin with a mark of 151-4.Reading junior Imani Brown won the AAA boys' triple jump with a mark of 48-7.75. Chambersburg sophomore Marshay Ryan -- the youngest state champion Friday -- won the girls' AAA long jump with a mark of 18-7.50. Elk County Catholic senior Megan Dornish, third a year ago, was the title-winner in the AA discus with a throw of 141-3. Hickory junior Lauren Lubarski won the AA high jump with a mark of 5-4. Patrick Anderson of Kane Area cleared 15 feet even to win the AA boys pole vault.

 

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Friday Winners' Table

 

Photos by Timothy O'Dowd, Patty Morgan, Charles Stone, Michael Brock, Misty O'Connor and Don Rich
 

 

Girls AA Pole Vault: Monica Pechanec (Notre Dame Green Pond) 12 feet even

 

Girls AA Long Jump: Kayla Hope (Tamaqua Area) 18-10.75

Girls AAA High Jump: Anne Holland (Pennridge) 5-7

Girls AAA Shot Put: Margo Britton (Dallastown) 44-4

Boys AA Triple Jump: Jarredd Gambrell (Athens Area) 50-1.75 (PIAA AA Meet Record)!

Boys AA Javelin: Rob Robbins (Northeast Bradford) 221-6 (PIAA Meet Record!)

 

Boys AAA Discus: Kyle Long, Hempfield (2) PIAA AAA  Meet Record 202-10

 

Girls AA High Jump: Lauren Lubarski, Hickory, 5-04
 

Girls AA Discus: Megan Dornish (Elk County Catholic) 141-3

Girls AAA Long Jump: Marshay Ryan (Chambersburg) 18-7.50

 

Girls AAA Javelin: Lauren Kenney (State College) 151-4

 

Boys AA Pole Vault: Patrick Anderson (Kane Area) 15 feet even

Boys AA Shot Put: Mike Recla (Bloomsburg) 57-0.50

 

Boys AAA Triple Jump: Imani Brown, Reading, 48-07.75

 

 

 

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Saturday Winners' Table
 

Photos by Timothy O'Dowd, Patty Morgan, Charles Stone, Michael Brock, Misty O'Connor and Don Rich
 

Girls AA Triple Jump: Lanae Newsome, Brookville, 38-3.50

Girls AA Javelin: Christine Streisel, Tamaqua, 143-11

Girls AAA Pole Vault: Kasey Kemp, Norwin, 12 feet even

Boys AA Long Jump: Derek Gaul, Schuylkill Valley, 23-1.25

 

Boys AA Discus: De'Mond Davis-White, Sharon, 172-2

Boys AAA High Jump: Ryan Brumfield, Owen J Roberts, 6-10
 

 

Boys AAA Shot Put: Kyle Long, Hempfield (3), 58-03.75

 

Girls AA Shot Put: Megan Dornish, Elk County Catholic, 44-08

 

Girls AAA Triple Jump: Jasmine Hays, West Mifflin, 39-2.75

Girls AAA Discus: Rachel Serafin, Hempfield (7) 134-0

Boys AA High Jump: Luke Gallaher, Forest Hills, 6-7

Boys AAA Pole Vault: Eric Hunter, Northampton, 15 feet even

 

Boys AAA Long Jump: Matt Green, Belle Vernon, 23-05.75

 

Boys AAA Javelin: Tom Lang, St. Pius X, 211-04

 

Girls AAA 300m Hurdles: Leah Nugent, Abington, 41.10 PA All-TIme Best

Boys 300m Hurdles: Eric Futch, Penn Wood, 36.43 PA All-Time Best

Girls AA 3200 Meter Run: Nicole Hilton, South Fayette, 10:55.43

 

Girls AAA 3200 Meter Run: Tori Gerlach, Pennridge, 10:36.00

Boys AA 3200 Meter Run: John Trueman, Springfield (Montco), 9:31.66

 



Boys AAA 3200 Meter Run: Glen Burkhardt, Unionville, 9:07.53

 

 

 

Girls AA 4x800 Meter Relay: Montoursville Area, 9:25.50

Girls AAA 4x800 Meter Relay: West Chester Henderson, 8:55.43 (PA All Time Best, and US#11 All-Time) Splits were Janie Augustyn (11) 2:15.7, Michelle Tracy (11)  2:12.8, Suzanne Sanders (12) 2:13.9, Natalie Deacon (10) 2:12.9.   

Boys AAA 4x800 Meter Relay: Central Bucks West, 7:41.51

Boys AA 4x800 Meter Relay: Lewisburg, 7:50.66

 

Girls AA 100 Meter Hurdles: Torrey Hollis, Hughesville, 15.10

Girls AAA 100 Meter Hurdles: Shelley Black, James M Coughlin, 13.83

Boys AA 110 Meter Hurdles: Cyniel Hinton, Summit Academy, 14.99

Boys AAA 110 Meter Hurdles: Chris Williams, Strath Haven, 14.18

 

Girls AA 100 Meter Dash: Cierra White, Engineering & Science, 12.05

 

Girls AAA 100 Meter Dash: Iman Wilkerson, Penn Hills, 12.04

 

Boys AA 100 Meter Dash: Trenton Coles, Clairton, 11.15

 

Boys AAA 100 Meter Dash: Tyler Smith, Norristown, 10.87

 

Girls AA 1600 Meter Run: Angel Piccirillo, Homer Center, 4:53.42

Girls AAA 1600 Meter Run: Margo Malone, North Hills, 4:55.72

Boys AA 1600 Meter Run: Tom Gruschow, Trinity (3) 4:17.90

Boys AAA 1600 Meter Run: Drew Magaha, Upper Moreland, 4:07.32 (PIAA Meet Record)

Girls AA 400 Meter Dash: Michelle Davis, West Catholic, 55.26

Girls AAA 400 Meter Dash: Alicia Evans, Quakertown, 55.02

Boys AA 400 Meter Dash: Chidi Okezie, New Media Tech, 48.12

Boys AAA 400 Meter Dash: Matt Gilmore, Cheltenham, 47.81

Girls AA 4x100 Meter Relay: West Catholic, 48.08

 

Girls AAA 4x100 Meter Relay: Norristown, 47.13

 

Boys AA 4x100 Meter Relay: Hickory, 42.45

 

Boys AAA 4x100 Meter Relay: Susquehanna Township, 41.74

 

Girls AA 300 Meter Hurdles: Brodie Ercole, Lewisburg, 44.17

 

Boys AA 300 Meter Hurdles: Todd Townsend, West Catholic, 39.15

Girls AA 800 Meter Run: Lille Brown, Boiling Springs, 2:13.78

Girls AAA 800 Meter Run: Emma Keenan, Gwynedd-Mercy, 2:13.06

Boys AA 800 Meter Run: L.J. Westwood, Quaker Valley, 1:55.55

Boys AAA 800 Meter Run: Hong Cho, Wissahickon, 1:52.49

Girls AA 200 Meter Dash: Cierra White, Engineering & Science, 24.92

Girls AAA 200 Meter Dash: Iman Wilkerson, Penn Hills, 24.76

Boys AA 200 Meter Dash: Trenton Coles, Clairton, 22.33

Boys AAA 200 Meter Dash: Ronnie Gillespie, Upper Perkiomen, 22.09

Girls AA 4x400 Meter Relay: West Catholic, 3:54.03

Girls AAA 4x400 Meter Relay: Abington, 3:46.20 (PIAA Meet Record)

Boys AA 4x400 Meter Relay: Trinity, 3:24.90

 

Boys AAA 4x400 Meter Relay: Cardinal O'Hara, 3:17.61

 

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