The course goes through Penn Park and finishes on the track at Franklin Field.
The meet at Northmoreland Park in Apollo was set to go off this morning.
The fastest miler in state history details his XC training for the first two weeks in August for PennTrackXC.
The Moon Area junior and multi-time state champion is getting ready for her senior XC season, but took some time to look back on the last year.
The Saucon Valley senior remains focused as ever with an eye towards the future.
Unionville senior Gemma Krautzel shares her passion for running in this Dear Running submission.
The two-time PIAA Class AAA XC state champion reflects on everything that's changed in the last five months.
Thanks to those medalists who sent their individual and team splits for both distance and relay races. We\'ll be happy to add more to the page as we receive them. Also, please feel free to indicate a PR, school record, or other milestone about your performance.
...and the Coatesville coach had gone by me right after I finished and said good job and good luck and I said those words right back and he looked at me for a second and just stared me in the eye. I could see his fear and he could see mine. I knew his team was on the verge of winning and he knew ours was too.
\"After the race, we were convinced we lost, throughout the last mile all we heard was \"you guys are losing\" and \"the titles running away right in front of your eyes.\" We just sat in a circle and waited in terrible, terrible agony for the results. .\"
\"On the starting line, I reminded everyone of how bad losing felt, and that we weren\'t going to have that feeling again. At first it seemed that our race was lackluster, judging by our times.
\"From 2003 to 2004, Coach Roseberry spent a lot of time preparing us for this race. We had run there before and trained on the course during the summer. However, nothing could prepare me for the magnitude of the race. Having shot for top three, winning this race was an amazing accomplishment for our team.\" - The season journal of Cedar Cliff\'s Pat Caulfield.