Pennsylvania Track & Field and Cross Country News
The Haven girls -- with a 4:51 anchor leg from Grace Forbes -- also broke the DVGTCA meet record.
The opening DVGTCA meet brought some big performances.
The DVGTCA season opens Friday night (12/14) at Lehigh
The invitational entries for the first big Armory meet of the season are here!
The latest boys' rankings are here before the start of a busy weekend!
In our final individual ranking of the cross country season, a familiar face finishes in No. 1
The first rankings list of the indoor season is here!
The MileSplit LIVE crew will get together one last time before the holidays to recap NXN, Foot Locker, and then we'll talk with Cole Hocker and the Summit Girls
All the PTXC returner rankings and event-by-event previews in one spot!
Twelve boys and girls will be selected
The Germantown Academy freshman opened up with a US#1 6.95 in the 55 meters at the Ursinus Invitational.
A list of all the PA#1s in the state!
Marlee took 13th place in sunny San Diego.
A look at the season's first set of PA#1s after Week 1 of the indoor season.
Hundreds of shots from the first indoor meet of the season!
Some standout performances and big debuts dominated the day at Ursinus.
Relive the action from the first indoor meet of the season!
The XC officially came to a close Saturday in San Diego.
We got all the updates from the season-opening Ursinus Invite.
Jakari Lomaz and Lance Hamilton are among the top returning triple jumpers in what should be an interesting year in the event.
The entries for the opening indoor meet of the winter are here!
The short answer: Yes.
A closer look at PA's three Foot Locker Nationals qualifiers, Marlee Starliper, Taryn Parks, and Patrick Anderson.
Christina Warren of Perk Valley is once again the one to beat in the triple jump.
Patrick Anderson just keeps getting better this season. He'll cap off his junior season at Foot Locker Nationals this weekend.
Savion Hebron from Neshaminy tops the 200 meter returnees list.
Thelma Davies will look to add the indoor 200 meter record to her name in her final season.
Ephrata's Tyler Shue leads the way in the 800, which no longer features national record holder Josh Hoey.