Josh Jones, New Castle,
clearing 6-08 at Pine-Richland (photo by Dan Casarcia)
Photo Gallery by James K. Wood of the 5/5 Pine-Richland Invitational @ Pine-Richland HS
MISSING MEET RESULTS FROM PRIOR WEEKS
4/1 - Franklin Relays @ Franklin HS
4/7-8: Union Area Invitational @ Union Area HS
4/8: 26th Purple & White Relays @ Shamokin HS (NEED GIRLS' RESULTS)
4/21: 1st Annual East Stroudsburg University HS Inv: (Coming Soon)
4/21: Crimson Tide Invitational @ Pottsville HS:
4/21: New Castle Invitational @ New Castle HS:
4/22: Apple Blossom Invitational @ Biglerville HS:
4/22: Towanda Invitational @ Towanda HS:
4/24: Philadelphia Public League Relays @ Germantown HS:
4/28: Damian Fain Invitational @ Somerset HS:
4/28: Lady Hatter Classic @ Hatboro-Horsham HS:
4/28: Pine Grove Invitational @ Pine Grove HS:
4/29: Fairfield Invitational @ Fairfield HS:
4/29: Thomas Jefferson Invitational @ Thomas Jefferson HS:
Westmont Hilltop junior Karlee McQuillen has set a new PA all-time best with the new Javelin (2002) with her US#1 throw of 161-05 on Friday, May 5th at the West Central Coaches Meet in Altoona. The old mark was 159-07 by Bald Eagle Area's Angela Hoover, thrown in the same meet in 2003.
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Lisa Vienneau doubled in the 1600-3200
with a stellar 4:57.26-11:06.65 at the Delco Girls Champs
Weekly Highlights by day: MONDAY 5/1-THURSDAY 5/4: At a dual meet against Elk County Catholic on Tuesday, Bradford's Erin Hannon triple-jumped 40-02. On Wednesday at the Colonial Classic double winners were Brittany Wallace, Rosaline Freeman, and Nathan Stewart. On Thursday at the Jordan Relays, meet records were falling in the 4x400 and 4x800, and at theHelman Invitational, Dana Haslett was a double champ. Kayla Hennessy, Josh Thomas double winners in hurdles. Sprint relays are quick @ Ken Montgomery Memorial. Serita Lachesis, Wissahickon, 2:12.13 @ Trojan Track Classic at Wissahickon.
Lisa Vienneau doubled in the 1600-3200
FRIDAY 5/5-SATURDAY 5/6: The weather cooperated again, and the performances followed suit. In Pittsburgh, there were stadium/meet records in the sprints and the shot. Two athletes named Walker and Grimm pulled off two very quick distance doubles. USC is fast in, guess what... that's right, the 800 and 4x800. In Altoona on Friday, Rachel Gehret took two of three individual events vs. Erin Hannon, but Hannon got a 40' TJ. On Saturday in Havertown at the Delco Gilrs Champs, Lisa Vienneau doubled in the 1600-3200 with a stellar 4:57.26-11:06.65, both meet records. Karen Shump PRed by 10' in the Discus with a 133, and won the shot 42-05.50. On Friday, Penn Hills' Shawn Anderson ran 11.06 and 22.54 at Baldwin. He was 2nd to North Allegheny's Cardel Johnson's 22.17. In Altoona, Tyrone's Emily Ingle ran a 2:18.96-5:03-point 800-1600 double. Westmont Hilltop junior Karlee McQuillen has set a new PA all-time best with the new Javelin (2002) with her throw of 161-05 on Friday, May 5th at the West Central Coaches Meet in Altoona. The old mark was 159-07 by Bald Eagle Area's Angela Hoover, thrown in the same meet in 2003. What a heck of a senior project by Shelton Jordan of West Chester Henderson! And performances to match the idea and the execution of the meet (with help from coach Kevin Kelly, of course.) at the 1st 1st Henderson T&F Invitational @ West Chester Henderson. The usual great times from the West Catholic girls, who seem warmed up now after the cold, wet weather; plus a school record in the 3200 by Conestoga's Liz Costello and fast 400, 800 and 1600 in the boys' races. At the Pine-Richland Invitational,Josh Jones 6-08 HJ (he has already cleared 7-0 this season); Bryan Zimmerman Freeport Boy, 194-00 Javelin. At the 77th Annual Shaner Meet @ Wyomissing Jazmin Hunt, Reading wins the 100H and does well in the HJ and LJ. Lily Otu, Governor Mifflin, over 18' in the LJ. Jason Weller, Boyertown, a fast 3200. Jason Inzana Daniel Boone, over 15' in the PV. Carrington Queen getting over the hurdles and to the line under 14 seconds. Dominique Asbury, Upper Darby, 6-9 HJ; and big shot puts by Glen Mills' Robert Williams and Nathan Stewart at the Delco Boys Champs @ Penncrest. At the Delco Girls Champs at Haverford Twp HS, two meet records in the 1600 and 3200 for Strath Haven senior Lisa Vienneau, plus a double win for Penncrest soph Karen Shump in the Shot Put and Discus - one a meet record and the other a PR; and a fast 4x800 by Archbishop Prendergast and Cardinal O'Hara. At the Blue Streak Relays at Manheim Twp HS, it was the Garden Spot and Milton Hershey girls splitting the four sprint relays, while the home town boys took both the 4x800 and DMR. Jared Odirk, Lebanon, launched a strong shot put. James Cross Wilkes-Barre Invitational @ Lake Lehman Township HSJill Rubbico Coughlin won the 100 and 200, while for the boys, Tiahgee Daughtry Tunkhannock, won the 200, High Jump, Long Jump, and Triple Jump. Ryann Krais, Methacton, contributes to team points with three individual wins in the 100H, 300H and Long Jump at the Lady Rocker Invitational @ Council Rock North HS. At the Neshaminy HS Invitational, Reggie Carter,the Bensalem speedster, showed speed in the shortest race, taking the 100 in under 11 seconds. Neshaminy's Chad Sargeant won the 200 and the 400. His team also took the 4x100 and 4x400 in quick times. Jason Rebuck, William Tennent, was a double winner, capturing the Discus and Shot Put. At the Spartan Invitational @ Hughesville HS: Rachel Houseknecht, Hughesville, wins both hurdles, while Jersey Shore teammates Sam Eck and Tarron Todd dominate the Javelin. At the Cedar Cliff Relays, the host girls posted a quick Sprint Medley. The Cumberland Valley girls broke 12:30 to win the Distance Medley Relay. And the Cumberland Valley's boys cruised to a 4x400 win. At the 19th Lower Merion Invitational, you saw a lot of blue at the front of the relays. The North Penn girls and boys won both the 4x400 and 4x800, and the boys added a win in the 4x100. Bishop Shanahan's Caitlin Fairbairn set a meet record in the Pole Vault, and Conestoga's Emily Moles tied a meet record in the High Jump.
5/1: Bellwood Invitational @ Bellwood Antis HS:
5/3: Liberty Last Chance Meet @ Liberty HS:
5/3: Colonial Classic @ Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS: GIRLS: Brittany Wallace, Penn Wood, 12.71-26.24; Rosaline Freeman, Penn Wood, 1:00.50-17-09; BOYS: Nathan Stewart, Glen Mills, 57-05.25-171-00 DT.
5/4: Helman Invitational @ Pennridge HS: GIRLS: Dana Haslett, Pennridge, 11.9-25.1-43.1-300H; Sarah Simonetti, Pennridge, 11:27.8; BOYS: Pennridge 3:27.9 4x400.
5/4: Jordan Relays @ North Pocono HS: GIRLS: Delaware Valley 50.08 4x10 in AAA - Western Wayne 50.90 in AA; Abington Heights 9:52.84 4x800 and 4:02.74 4x400, both meet records in AAA. BOYS: Honesdale 8:03.38 4x800, 3:28.12 4x400. The 4x800 was a meet record for AAA, while in AA, Lakeland's 8:04.93 was also a meet record.
5/4: Ken Montgomery Memorial @ William Tennent HS: GIRLS: Kayla Hennessy, William Tennent, 15.20-45.96 Hurdle double; Ije Iheoma, Council Rock South, 57.45 400; Council Rock South 49.52 4x100; Central Bucks West 3:59.25 4x400; Saint Basil 9:46.48 4x800. BOYS: Jay Pittenger, William Tennent 6-07; Jason Rebuck, William Tennent 167=-5 DT (53-10 SP 2nd to teammate Ahmad Garrison 54-10.50; Neshaminy 43.78 4x100-3:25.92 4x400; Josh Thomas, ANC, 40.69 (15.55); Mike Breslin, William Tennent 1:58.54 800; Steve Johnson Bristol 22.49 200.
5/4: Trojan Track Classic @ Wissahickon HS: GIRLS: Serita Lachesis, Wissahickon, 2:12.13 (meet record, betters own hand-timed 2:12.1, 2004); Kerry Swayne, Hatboro-Horsham, 5:06.28; BOYS: Matt Gordon, Upper Dublin, 1:53.51 <; B>Folarin Ijelu, Wissahickon, 21-11 LJ, 45-6 TJ; Wissahickon, 7:55.12 (meet record, betters 7:56.9 by Upper Dublin, 1986).
5/5: 1st Henderson Track & Field Invitational @ West Chester Henderson HS: What a heck of a senior project by Shelton Jordan of West Chester Henderson! And performances to match the idea and the execution of the meet (with help from coach Kevin Kelly, of course.) GIRLS: Simone Carter, West Catholic 12.24-25.02; Teammates Christiana Taylor 58.56, Latavia Thomas 2:13.08; Conestoga's Liz Costello, 10:49.52 (5:31-5:18 with 2:34 final 800m) running a bit under the weather, but a school record, nonetheless; Morgan Matecki Villa Maria, 15.98-46.51; West Catholic 50.57-4:00.12; BOYS: Chris Edleman Owen J Roberts, 49.04 (Nii-Amon Robertson, Church Farm School, 49.28 to go with a 22.23 (22.21p) win in the 200); the battle of Hendersons' Chris' in the 1600, Chris Aldrich 4:19.93 - Chris Ferry 4:20.87; Owen J Roberts 3:26.27 4x400.
5/5: 33rd Adidas Baldwin Invitational @ Baldwin HS: All it took was a little good weather, a season of training, and great competition to pull out some incredible performances in everything from the sprints, to distance and in the field. Coming off his great 3000 at the Penn Relays, Ellwood City's Jake Walker nearly got his 4:12 goal with a 4:13.26 1600, narrowly holding off Unionville's Paul Springer, 2nd in 4:13.33. But Walker also ran to a 9:16.35 in the 3200. Last word was he would focus on the 3200 at states. Penn Hills' Katelyn Grimm also pulled a distance double, going 5:07:28 and 10:57.82. Stadium and Meet Records were set by three athletes. Breehana Jacobs, Laurel Highlands, went 23.98 to smoke the 200. She also traveled the straightaway in 11.72 seconds. Schenley's Katelyn Brown ran 55.89 to set her records in the 400. And Center's super thrower Allyn Laughlin went 49-08.50 in the Shot Put. Union City's Natalie Clickett threw 44-09 and Hempfield's Samantha Fetter threw 44-07.50. North Allegheny's Sean Gill set an invitational record of 16-01 in the Pole Vault. Penn Relay's runner-up Jared Jodon cleared 15-06. And Upper St. Clair's Katie Orchowski won the 800 in 2:17.07, and anchored her 4x800 to a win in 9:29.03.
5/5: George-Jacks HS Invitational @ Clarion University of PA:
5/5: Pine-Richland Invitational @ Pine-Richland HS: GIRLS: Plum 50.2 4x100; Mars 9:54.0 4x800; BOYS: Josh Jones 6-08 HJ (he has already cleared 7-0 this season); Bryan Zimmerman Freeport Boy, 194-00 Javelin.
5/5: Schuylkill County Relays @ Pottsville HS:
Emily Ingle, Tyrone, 5:03.74 AA 1600 (photo by Scott Falkner)
5/5: West Central Coaches Meet @ Altoona HS: GIRLS: Westmont Hilltop junior Karlee McQuillen may have set a new PA all-time best with the new Javelin (2002) with her throw of 161-05 on Friday, May 5th at the West Central Coaches Meet in Altoona. The old mark was 159-07 by Bald Eagle Area's Angela Hoover, thrown in the same meet in 2003. The battle between Altoona's Rachel Gehret and Bradford's Erin Hannon has a possible spoiler in the middle. It's Kristin Brandt of Central Mountain, a sophomore who obviously has some ideas (and talent) of her own. In the Long Jump, she finished 3rd at 17-04 behind Gehret and Hannon who leapt 18-04 and 17-09.50 , respectively. In the Triple Jump, Brandt leapt 38-03, which was good for 2nd behind Hannon's big 40-footer, but ahead of Gehret's 37-03.50. BOYS: Altoona's AJ Alexander is making a sophomore statement. He simply stepped in as a veteran senior and walked off with three golds, taking the 100 in 10.84, the 200 in 22.11, and the Long Jump, going 21-09.50. But in AA, it was the senior experience of Westmont Hilltop's Brad Kanuch in the sprints that stole the day, as he was timed in 10.79 and 21.90.
Emily Ingle, Tyrone, 5:03.74 AA 1600 (photo by Scott Falkner)
5/5-6: 77th Annual Shaner Meet @ Wyomissing HS: GIRLS: Jazmin Hunt, Reading 14.77 100H (5-02 HJ 2nd/16-00.25 LJ 4th); Lily Otu, Governor Mifflin, 18-00.75 LJ; BOYS: Jason Weller, Boyertown, 9:16.25 3200; Jason Inzana Daniel Boone, 15-01.00 PV.
5/5-6: DELCO Boys Outdoor Championships @ Penncrest HS: HIGHLIGHTS: Carrington Queen, Chichester, 13.8 100H; Dominique Asbury, Upper Darby, 6-9 HJ; SP: Robert Williams, Glen Mills, 58-5 ¾, teammate Nathan Stewart, 57-3 ¾.
5/5-6: DELCO Girls Outdoor Championships @ Haverford HS: HIGHLIGHTS: Lisa Vienneau, Strath Haven, 4:57.26 1600 (70/2:24.5/3:40.0/4:56.3), 11:06.75 3200, both meet records; Archbishop Prendergast 9:24.71, Cardinal O'Hara 9:26.91 4x800; Karen Shump 42-05.50 SP (meet record), 133-00 DT.
5/6: 19th Lower Merion Invitational @ Lower Merion HS: Watch those North Penn relays fly... the girls won the 4x400 in 3:59.33 and the 4x800 in 9:30.38. The boys pulled off the same double, going 3:20.64 and 7:57.98, and for good measure, added a 43.42 win in the 4x100. Bishop Shanahan's Caitlin Fairbairn set a meet record by clearing 11-09 in the Pole Vault. Conestoga's Emily Moles tied a meet record in the High Jump at 5-05.
5/6: Blue Streak Relays @ Manheim Township HS: GIRLS: The Garden Spot and Milton Hershey girls pretty much split the sprint relays. Garden Spot took the 4x200 in 1:45.5, and the Shuttle Hurdles in 1:07.2, while Milton Hershey captured the 4x100 in 50.0 and the 4x400 in 4:04.9. BOYS: Jared Odirk, Lebanon, 55-01.75 SP; Manheim Township 18:09.2 DMR and 8:13.4 with Brad Miller.
5/6: Cedar Cliff Relays @ Cedar Cliff HS: Cedar Cliff ran a quick Sprint Medley, going 4:13.9 to beat Central Dauphin East, 2nd in 4: 14.6. The Cumberland Valley girls ran 12:27.2 to win the Distance Medley Relay. Cumberland Valley's boys cruised to a 3:22.8 4x400.
5/6: Dr. Trenton Invitational @ Preston HS WV:
Methacton's Ryann Krais at the Lady Rocker
(photo by Don Fisher)
5/6: James Cross Wilkes-Barre Invitational @ Lake Lehman Township HS: GIRLS: Jill Rubbico Coughlin, 12.55p (12.69 final)-25.75 100-200; Coughlin 51.85 4x100; Amber Gaffey 11-00 PV; BOYS: Jason Naugle Wyalusing, 14.90p (14.97 final) 110H; Tiahgee Daughtry Tunkhannock, 22.47 200, 21-04.50 LJ, 44-06.50 TJ, 6-00 HJ quad winner.
Methacton's Ryann Krais at the Lady Rocker
5/6: Lakeland Invitational @ Lakeland HS:
5/6: Neshaminy Invitational @ Neshaminy HS: Reggie Carter, the Bensalem speedster, has range. His 10.80 100 was an easy winner. Neshaminy's Chad Sargeant won the 200 in 22.58 and the 400 in 50.37. Neshaminy took the 4x100 and 4x400 in quick times of 43.40 and 3:24.55. Jason Rebuck, William Tennent, was a double winner, capturing the Discus with a 162-05 throw and the Shot Put at 50-03.25. Teammate Ahmad Gareison threw 50-02.50.
5/6: Oil City Invitational @ Oil City HS:
5/6: Spartan Invitational @ Hughesville HS: GIRLS: Rachel Houseknecht, Hughesville, 15.62 100H - 47.85 300H; BOYS: Sam Eck, Jersey Shore, and teammate Tarron Todd 183-08-182-04 Javs, respectively.
5/6: West Mifflin JV Invitational @ West Mifflin HS: