Belmont Plateau beckons for the emergence of new stars from the Philadelphia Catholic League in 2006. With the graduation of PCL Individual Champ Greg Thomas of Cardinal O
11/4 STATES WK+ SUMMARY: A historic PIAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS on a sun-bathed, cool, perfect day as a new course began its sure-to-be legendary future. The Men of Black of Coatesville, scored a modern record team score of just 26 in one of the deepest fields in the state's history. Team #1 Kyle Dawson was 3rd, behind Jason Weller, Boyertown and Paul Springer, Unionville. Neely Spence won the girls' AAA race as the Radnor girls scored an 81-102 win over up-and-coming Emmaus. Lucas Zarzeczny, Avonworth, won the boys AA gun-to-tape. West Middlesex won the team title. In Girls AA, St. Basil Academy beat a strong Lancaster Mennonite team, as Neshanock's Kasey Gibson caught Central Cambria's Carly Seymour with 400 meters to go and held on for the win. At Sunday's PHILADELPHIA CATHOLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS, packs ruled as LaSalle's boys four-peated and Cardinal O'Hara's girls three-peated. Phil Wood and Beth Kelly led their teams to the titles. Kelly's 18:44.7 was the 2nd best PCL League time ever, behind only Prendie's Sheila Klick.Coverage coming Sun-Mon-Tue-Wed to include photos, stories and as soon as possible, video(O'Hara JR Beth Kelly's 18:44.7 is #2 PCL all-time)
Will O\' Hara Girls three-peat? Individual title is up for grabs. With Wednesday 9/19 as the opening of the 2006 Philadelphia Catholic League Cross Country season, here is a preview of the upcoming season.
Select Race Flow Photos from the 2006 Philadelphia Catholic League Championships 11/5 @ Belmont Plateau, Philadelphia
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