Milton Hershey won both the boys and girls team titles, holding off Central Dauphin by just four point 104-100 in the boys competiton, and the Hershey girls 116 to 94. Individually, William Penn (York)'s Knowledge Timmons continued his strong sophomore season, winning the 100 in 10.72 (10.92 Trials) and the 200 in 22.08 (22.22 Trials). Mark Mathews, Milton Hershey, took both the 110 Hurdles (15.11, 14.81 Trials) and 300 Hurdles (40.52). Ryan Whiting, another sophomore making an impact, won the Shot Put with a throw of 54-08 and the Discus Throw, going 160-00. In the 3200, senior Pat Philbin went 9:33.58 to hold off East Pennsboro's Ryan Blood (9:41.64) and Red Land's Chris Robson (9:43.85). In the girls competition, Angie Saterstad easily won the 3200 in 10:53.58. She was 2nd in the 800 in 2:25.47 to Cumberland Valley's Nicole Erby, who won by just .3. Erby also took the 400 in 1:00.13. In the Sprints, Milton Hershey's Kandance Fergusoncaptured two titles, taking the 100 in 12.39 and the 200 in 25.46. Teammate Ashley Mondie won the Long Jump (16-10.50) and the Triple Jump (36-07.75).