1/7-13: Kwiatkowski,Shump US#1\'s|MD: 5 #1s|Hot Phil 3K\'s|NY:Khaliff quick|Price 2:10\'s|Quill 6-8 Jan 09, 2008

 On Friday night at the Slippery Rock University Indoor #1, McDowell's Dan Kwiatkowski continued his breakout season with a US#1 shot put of 61-11.50. Joining him at the top of the US list last weekend was Penncrest senior Karen Shump, who PRed at 49-08 Tuesday at the DELCO Girls' Championships.PHOTOS FROM 2007 PIAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS PHOTOS: 2008 TFCAGP D2 Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford College  PHOTOS: 2008 TFCAGP D1 Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford College  VIDEO: Montgomery Invitational - Girls & Boys Mile (Dennin & Hobart) and 3200 (Dennin & Lutz) by Kevin Milsted VIDEO: 60m Finals @ 1/12 TFCAGP D2 Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford College  PHOTOS: 2008 DVGTCA Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford CollegeAt the Lebanon Valley HS Meet #2, Wilson's Shane Witmyer leapt a PA#1 23-03.75 long jump. Schuylkill Valley's Devan Coon won the 55 and 200, but a minor injury will sideline her from the loaded 500 meter race this coming Saturday at the New Balance Games in New York. At the Maroon & Gold Inv at Kutztown University, Chanelle Price soloed to a 2:10.20 in the 800 a night after posting a 2:10.7 @ Colgate Women's Games in NY. Also at Kutztown, Pottstown's Ray Quill clear 6-8 in the HJ. At the Montgomery Invitational, PA carted hom five wins: Meghan Lutz, Nazarth Academy, went 11:17.33 in the 3200; Mark Dennin ran 9:25.98 in the 3200 (He was 5th in the Mile in 4:21.53); Carlton Lavong, Methacton, leapt 22-03.50 in the long jump (46-04.75 3rd in triple); Wesley Lavong threw the shot 57-03.50; and teammate Percell Berry cleared 14 in the pole vault. Hot 3000's on Saturday 1/12 in both TFCAGP meets at Haverford College. In the morning, Central Bucks East senior Josh Izewski ran solo to an 8:43.1, US#1. In Divison 2 in the afternoon, Terence Lee, Engineering & Science, put on a big 150m kick to pass Shanahan's Chris Bodary, and post an 8:50.0 (Mile 4:38). In New York at the Stanner Games, Simon Gratz's Khaliff Featherstone bettered his season-best in the 600, going 1:20.67. On Thursday night 1/10 at Pitt, in the TSTCA Indoor Meet #2, Baldwin's David Adley ran 9:04 to win the 3000 by three seconds over Canon McMillan's Kyle Gibson. Three others were at or under 9:19. On Friday night 1/11 at the DVGTCA meet at Haverford, William Penn's Brittany Wallace broke and 18-year-old facility record, going 41.7 for 300 meters.