Nov 3: A little twilight zone to the Boyertown back-to-back in AAA | Central Cambria won a title. But they took home so much more. | Coatesville doen't rebuild. They reload. | Cross country rings true in Wellsboro. | Experienced coach, expert spotters, and soccer lead North East to 9th state title. Oct 27: PODCASTS: Wellsboro and Shikellamy surprised and Lewisburg delivered in D4. Dallas' boys competed well in D2. Liberty swept individual titles and advanced two teams to states, Emmaus was Emmaus in D11. Henderson's Chris Aldrich and Carly Hamond caputured individual crowns and St. Basil held off Christopher Dock in D1. Oct 20: Winning streaks were preserved at the big Tri-State Coaches Association meet on October 28th at Cooper's Lake in Slippery Rock. Baldwin senior David Adley won his 6th invitational of the season, while Latrobe junior Natalie Bower captured her third straight Tri-States. Video interviews with both chams. Oct 13: Three videos, including the post- Manhattan interviews with Central Cambria's Carly Seymour, who set the 2.5 mile Van Cortlandt Park record of 13:56; her coach, Randy Wilson; and North Penn coach Ron Jaros after his boys' team ran the best team average of the day, 12:57.1, which happens to be the 2nd best of all time. Oct 6: There is something different this year about Vince McNally. He's hungrier than ever. Most of last year's U.S. champs are in college. But Coatesville is still Coatesville. Winners. (Posted Wednesday AM. Coming Thurs: McNally's plan). If running is mental, then confidence is currency. Just ask Heather Giovagnoli. Sept 29: Ignore North Penn at your own risk this year. A track power excels at cross, too. And it's good to get your #1 runners back. Just ask Unionville & Cardinal O'Hara. Sept 22: Holy Ghost Prep is a very small AAA school. And Central Cambria, Lewisburg and North East are AA. All four are using the pack to attack their large school competition, and winning. Plus, North East coach Ted Miller is going for his ninth state tltle. Sept 15: Carly Seymour is more fit, more rested and more confident than last year when she was 9th at Foot Lockers. But her team is right with her with big goals. Germantown Friends made some noise on the national scene with a near upset of the U.S. #1 team. They are both little schools with some big talent. Sept 8: Kara Millhouse breakthrough – Cumberland Valley is back – Chanelle Price uses cross for the 800 (but she has goals this season too) – Podcast interview with Vince McNally. Sept 1: Baldwin distance stars David Adley and T.J. Hobart – Meghan Lutz of Nazareth Academy – Mark Dennin of Boyertown.
Video posted for Paul Short and CARLISLE.Photo galleries for Carlisle and Cougar NJ All weekend results posted, including Cochranton Inv At Paul Short, Neely Spence soloed to a 17:37. Cumberland Valley girls nip Cardinal O'Hara by two points. Germantown Friends escaped with a win. At Colts Neck NJ, Christine Smith led Unionville to the team win. Colts Neck's #1 runner was held out. At Carlisle, North Penn boys defeated a strong field, including Upper Dublin, North Allegheny, Coatesville and Holy Ghost Prep. Kara Millhouse was just three seconds off the course record, outkicking Rachel Wong. At the Spiked Shoe rematch between Central Cambria and Lewisburg, Carly Seymour still was victorious, but this time Lewisburg took the team win, by a single point. At Maymont VA, Baldwin takes 3rd in the Gold Division behind David Adley's win. Click here for a video interview with David by Virginia's MileSplit editor Brandon Miles. In Maryland at the Bull Run Invitational, Strath Haven's girls were 2nd int he elite race by a single point on six man scoring. At the Bulldog Invitational Chris Bodary wins the large school race in 15:35.40. Shaniel Chambers won the large school girls race in 19:13.80. Quick college notes from Paul Short: Liz Costello (Conestoga '05) ran 2nd for a dominant Princeton team, finishing 6th overall. Brad Miller (Manheim Township '05), ran 3rd for 2nd place Syracuse.