12/10 WKND

Three laps is a long way to sprint. But West Catholic\'s Latavia Thomas has turned the 800 into a virtual all-out race, so why not the shorter 600 meters? She set an all-time Delaware Valley girls record with her 1:35.3 at At the DVGTCA meet on 12/10 Lehigh University, beating the fieldhouse record of former teammate Nicole Leach by two seconds, and bettering her own association mark of 1:36.5 set in early December last year. Also bettering Leach\'s mark was Conestoga\'s Carly Niness, 2nd in 1:37.0. Thomas also anchored the winning Burr\'s 4x200 to a 1:47.7 with a split of 25.7. Pennridge and Radnor battled in a fast DRM, going 12:48.6 and 12:50.0 for 1st and 2nd. Sophomore Ryann Krais of Methacton set a PR with a very quick 8.1 to win the 55 Hurdles by .6-tenths. Coatesville\'s Tierra Flowers and West Catholic\'s Simone Carter showed that the hurdle-less sprint is going to be especially fast this year, each posting a time o 7.2 with Flowers getting and nod. And Karen Shump of Penncrest continued her dominance of the Shot Put with a throw of 43-10.50.

At the 12/10 TFCAGP Division 2 meet at Lehigh University, Carrington Queen is leaving no doubt about his intentions this winter, smoking the 60 meter hurdles in 8.0, very quick for this early in the season. The 3000 is shaping up to be very fast, with two more guys under nine. Trevor Rainford, Engineering & Science, and Matlack Gillen, Springfield Montco, went side-by-side to the line, with Rainford getting the win by just 4-tenths in 8:58.5. Chestnut Hill Academy\'s Wayne Crawford put the shot 55-05.75.

At the 12/10 TFCAGP Division 1 meet at Lehigh University, North Penn\'s DMR went 10:53.4, while James Green, also a member of the North Penn squad, took the Shot Put with a throw of 50-08.50.